This training is offered in two sessions and attendance at both sessions is expected. Your registration here is for both sessions.
•Part 1: Co-researching Anti-oppressive Practices: Monday, November 28, 9:00am-1:00pm Pacific
•Part 2: Co-researching Anti-oppressive Practices: Thursday, December 1, 9:00am-1:00pm Pacific
For more details about this training please visit https://mhttcnetwork.org/centers/northwest-mhttc/event/co-researching-anti-oppressive-practices-parts-1-2-social-justice
Join our presenters for this workshop on articulating the ways anti-oppressive practices accompany us or can be invited more explicitly into our moment-by-moment practices. Catching the movement from broader ideas of social justice into tangible practices and know-how invites us to slow down and come close in describing the multiplicity that surrounds and travels through the conversations and exchanges we participate in. Slowing down is political, it resists exclusion or othering practices, it asks us to creatively seek out the pockets and windows in restrictive systems and ideas to co-create counter practices to the effects and consequences of injustices in ways that invite being seen on one’s own terms and heard in one’s own words.
The Mental Health Institute has been funded to train and expand the knowledge base of the behavioral health workforce to increase equity and inclusion for underserved populations in Washington state. If you do not work in WA state, you will be removed from registration. Please note: Some of the content offered through the Mental Health Training Institute is targeted for specific direct practice populations. It is the attendee’s responsibility to determine what topics are relevant to their work.
By joining this event hosted on Zoom, your name will be visible to other participants, the Northwest MHTTC, and our presenters.