The grief journey of our clients is impacted by race, culture, gender, sexual orientation, age, economics, inequalities and power differentials.
But without understanding the dynamics of our clients experiences we can find ourselves unprepared to work with diverse clients and fail to offer support that is ethical, relevant, and culturally sensitive to their needs.
This thought provoking and honest presentation will offer a new lens through which to view your grief work with diverse and underserved populations and give you a socially just framework you can use to reach across divides and make healing connections with clients of all backgrounds!
|Manual - Reach Across Divides (5.4 MB)||24 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Alesia Alexander, LCSW, CT, is a therapist, author and grief, loss and inclusion consultant who serves as co-director of the Tapestries Institute, which provides customized education, training and consultation services to meet the needs of individuals, groups, and organizations interested in doing grief support and inclusion work in their community. Alesia was featured in the PBS documentary Speaking Grief and has worked in community, non-profit, and individualized settings for over 20 years, Certified in Thanatology, she has been honored to walk with young people and families living with loss.
Financial: Alesia Alexander is the founder, executive director, and consultant for Project KARMA, Inc. She has employment relationships with Lotus Therapy Tapestries Training Institute. She is a consultant for Catch Your Limit Consulting Inclusion and receives royalties as a published author. Alesia Alexander receives a speaking honorarium and recording royalties from PESI, Inc. She has no relevant financial relationships with ineligible organizations.
Non-financial: Alesia Alexander is a member of the Association for Death Education and Counseling and serves on the advisory board for the Speaking Grief Initiative.
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How inequalities in race, gender, sexual orientation and age impact support of grief and loss
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