Given the current racial climate in the United States, Black families can be at an increased risk for experiencing racism and discrimination. As a result of both the current climate and the racism the Black community has endured for centuries, Black families are also at an increased risk for experiencing racial trauma and the negative psychological, physiological, and relational health concerns that are associated with racial trauma. Unfortunately, due to the historical minimization and invalidation of the impacts of racism, there are few clinical resources that exist to positively address the symptoms related to experiencing or witnessing racism. However, given the significant impact that racism has on the Black community, it is imperative that mental health professionals are adequately trained to address racial trauma and that they actively take an anti-racist stance within their clinical practice.
In this 2-hour continuing education webinar, Dr. Jamila Holcomb will facilitate an in-depth discussion of racial trauma, explore common barriers to addressing racial trauma, and discuss clinical best practices clinicians can use to address racial trauma within the therapeutic context. Participants will leave this webinar with clinical tools to begin establishing an anti-racist clinical practice and be better equipped to equitably serve the Black community.
This introductory continuing education webinar is designed to help clinicians:
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Dr. Jamila Holcomb a licensed marriage and family therapist in Tallahassee, Florida and is the owner of Holcomb Counseling and Consulting, LLC. She specializes in individual, family, and trauma counseling.
Dr. Holcomb also provides consultations and training centered around anti-racism, diversity, equity, and inclusion within the education and mental health fields. She is also Teaching Faculty at Florida State University in their Family and Child Sciences Department.
Dr. Holcomb obtained her master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) from The Family Institute at Northwestern University, and her PhD in MFT from Florida State University.