Racial injustice remains an important issue in all aspects of our society, and the world of therapy is no exception. But despite the omnipresence of race in our lives, healing and meaningful conversations about it remain too often somewhere between difficult and impossible, characterized by avoidance, discomfort, and awkwardness. Clinicians and other human services workers are relied upon to navigate these difficult conversations, but many lack the requisite tools to do so. In this recording, you’ll explore:
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From early in his storied career in the therapy world, Ken Hardy, PhD, has confronted ignorance of the BIPOC experience and maintained a decades-long, unwavering focus on training and challenging practitioners on issues of oppression, diversity, whiteness, and trauma. His voice has attracted consistent media attention, and his many appearances include the Oprah Winfrey Show, Dateline NBC, and 20/20. As much an activist and bridge builder as a practitioner and healer, he continues to shape our pivotal dialogues as president of the Eikenberg Academy for Social Justice and director of its Institute for Relationships in New York City. His latest book, The Enduring, Invisible, and Ubiquitous Centrality of Whiteness, is being called “the book we’ve been needing to cultivate a society where multiple ideologies can coexist without domination, marginalization, or indoctrination."
Financial: Kenneth Hardy has employment relationships with Eikenberg Institute for Relationships and Eikenberg Academy for Social Justice . He receives royalties as a published author. Kenneth Hardy receives a speaking honorarium and recording royalties from Psychotherapy Networker and PESI, Inc. He has no relevant financial relationships with ineligible organizations.
Non-financial: Kenneth Hardy has no relevant non-financial relationships.
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