Tue, May 31|
Free My Mind: Healing from Racial Stress in the Workplace (1)
Racial stress is on our minds now more than ever. Join us for an empowering conversation geared to learning how racial stress shows up at work and how to free your mind and heal.
Time & Location
May 31, 2022, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM EDT
About the Event
Today's workplace is a tale of cities: some employees are thriving, while others are struggling.
Did you know that almost 50% of Black and Brown employees report experienceing discrimination in the workplace and that 75% of Black workers who experience discrimination said that it was due to race?
It's true...and this might be true for you!
Join our discussion to unpack how racial stress shows up at work and gain strategies to help you:
- Improve your physical and emotional health.
- Regain control of your emotions and communication
- Live a more happy and fulfilling life.
- Advocate for a better work environment
- Find a community of support, and
- Gain access to culturally responsive emotional wellbeing resources
Workshop will be facilitated by Dr. Charmain Jackman and Christine Joseph, LMHC
Dr. Jackman's Bio:
Dr. Jackman is a Harvard-trained licensed Psychologist with 23+ years in the mental health field. She is the founder and CEO of InnoPsych, Inc., an organization on a mission to disrupt racial inequities in mental health. She also consults with organizations on topics including mental health, and racial trauma, employee wellbeing. She has won several awards for her impactful work including the 2021 American Psychological Association’s (APA) Citizen Psychologist Award and City of Boston’s 2021 Innovator of The Year award. Dr. Jackman has been featured on national media outlets such as the New York Times, NPR, PBS, and the Boston Globe.
Christine Joseph's Bio:
Ms. Christine Joseph is an Expressive Arts Therapist who has dedicated the last ten years supporting the emotional needs of her client. She utilizes music, drama, poetry, movement, art, and narrative writing as ways to connect and communicate with one’s self and with others. She received a Masters degree in Expressive Arts Therapy at Lesley University and her B.A. in Women’s Studies from the University of Florida.
She has trained adults and teens on mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotional regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness. Ms. Joseph also continually affirms the power of the arts as a vehicle of empowerment. Ms. Joseph has worked both globally and nationally, which has heightened her understanding from various cultural perspectives. Ms. Joseph is currently an adjunct professor at Lesley University teaching Human Development and Principles and Practices of Expressive Arts Therapy.