Course curriculum

    1. Course Outline

    2. Working Agreement - MUST READ

    3. What is Race and Culture

    1. Zoom Access: Race Based Stress & Trauma

    1. Racial Trauma: Theory and Concepts

About this course

  • 7.5 Hours (Includes 1-hour OnDemand Video)
  • Includes Online Recording of CPD
  • Online: Sat 21st May 2022 (10am to 5pm)

Working with Race Based Stress & Trauma | Course Overview

1-Day CPD: Sat 21st May 10am to 5pm includes Full Recording + AfterCare + Bonus Lectures

Join racial trauma experts Mamood Ahmad (UKCP Psychotherapist) & Sam Jamal (BACP Therapist) as they help you work with client experiences of racism, racial stress, racial trauma, and intergenerational racial trauma. This training will give you a deeper understanding, expert strategies and skills you will need to help clients narrate, heal and empower from within their wounds of racial stress and trauma.

Background

Often in psychological trainings, and even those specifically designed to treat Trauma and PTSD, the therapist can be left without the necessary knowledge and skills to work with racism, race based stress and racial trauma. The link between racism and trauma may never be made. This can leave an important factor out of therapy and consequently lead to a shortfall in the service provided, or worse, lead to negative, triggering and even harmful experiences. All this is possible even when the therapist intends ‘no harm’, so makes it essential we create a therapeutic service that is safer, more inclusive and more skillful.

Overview

The training is structured into six units with case examples and expert strategies provided throughout. There will be opportunity to ask questions, bring your own experiences, as well as view a client roleplay.

1: How Racial Trauma, Intergenerational Trauma and Stress manifest within clients

2: Assessing and conceptualising Racial Stress & Trauma

3: Processing Racial & Intergenerational Trauma

4: Client autonomous empowerment: hostile environments, self-care and anti-discrimination action

5: Relationship development, maintenance and ruptures

6: Guidance on self-development: Are you ready?

 

Audience

Any psychological practitioner such as counsellors, psychotherapists and psychologists. It is also suitable for trainees. We will provide guidance on readiness to work with racial trauma during the training so you can self-assess your development.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course, you will:

(1) Understand and be able to explain what racial stress and trauma is and be able to identify key characteristics of racial trauma and compare those with PTSD and Stress models.

(2) Be better equipped to assess and conceptualise racial trauma and stress as part of client’s overall problem presentation.

(3) Develop strategies to build the relationship, and broach racism, intersecting social identities and intergenerational trauma.

(4) Be more equipped to help the client process racial, intergenerational, and internalised forms of racial trauma.

(4) Be better prepared to help clients manage potentially unsafe environments and incorporate anti-discrimination strategies within the room as well as within service provision.

(5) Learn common mistakes therapists make in working with racial stress and racial trauma which form, often invisible barriers to the relationship and impact outcomes.

(6) Situate your learning and edge of development when working with Racial trauma and stress.

Standards of competence

This training aligns with our leading Race and Culture 2.0 standards based framework particuarly racial-cultural discrimination (link here).

Aftercare

We have specific protocols to keep the environment as safe as possible for all and particularly for people with lived experience of racial stress and trauma. The instructors will be available between breaks and after the training for upto 30 minutes to support you.

What's included?

Access to live workshop

Access to online Recording (180 days)

Certificate

About #TADF

#TADF is a network of psychological practitioners who work with individuals, institutions and training providers to embed anti-discrimination practice into their cirriculum and organisation.

Instructor(s)

Mamood Ahmad

TADF Instuctor

Mamood is a UKCP psychotherapist, trainer, author and founder of The Anti-Discrimination Foundation (TADF) which provides diversity and anti-discrimination focused consultancy and training services to training institutes and individuals. He is an expert in Anti-Discrimination practice, Trauma, Race, Culture and Intersectional Diversity. He holds a private practice in Binfield, Berkshire since 2012. He is a lifelong dedicated practitioner of Wing Chun Martial Arts. Twitter: @ahmad_mamood. Web: http://tadf.co.uk. He holds a private practice in the village of Binfield, Berkshire.

Sam Jamal

TADF Instructor (Workshop Lead)

Sam is a BACP (MBACP) therapist, trainer, group therapist, and co-lead of The Anti-Discrimination Foundation (TADF). She specialises in working with abuse, race, culture, sexuality, trauma, relationships, and group work. She has two decades of experience working within the youth services, where she dedicated herself working with gangs, young offenders, the vulnerable, and exploited young people. She professionally qualified with a degree in person-centred counselling at the Metanoia Institute for counselling and psychotherapy.