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Are you tired of staying silent about your negative work experience?

Are you done with not being able to sleep or eat because of the stress?

Are you feeling stuck and trying to figure out your next move?

Are you frustrated with bias at work and want tools and support to help you navigate?

Do you feel alone and confused about how you can change your circumstances?

If you answered ‘Yes’ to any of these questions, then the Free My Mind from Racial Stress: A Guide to Reclaiming Me workshop series is right for you.  Unfortunately, many people often stay silent about the discrimination they experience in the workplace due to fear, shame, confusion, and lack of knowledge about their options. Overtime, these racialized incidents, whether microaggressions or intentional racist acts, can lead to poor physical and mental health outcomes, career stagnation, and resignation or dismissal. The emotional toll of discrimination can lead to racial stress and in severe cases, racial trauma and impact our emotional, financial, and physical health and interrupts our career trajectory.  Remember, you are not alone.


This workshop series is designed with you in mind. We have crafted each workshop to include opportunities for private reflection, building the knowledge base, and coping strategies that provide a blueprint for reclaiming your identity and power. Our goal is to create a safe space for you to release the negative emotions around your workplace hurt; engage in practical activities to help you to establish and/or restore boundaries; practice activities that can help to restore and reclaim you!

If you answered ‘Yes’ to any of these questions, then the Free My Mind from Racial Stress: A Guide to Reclaiming Me workshop series is right for you.  Unfortunately, many people often stay silent about the discrimination they experience in the workplace due to fear, shame, confusion, and lack of knowledge about their options. Overtime, these racialized incidents, whether microaggressions or intentional racist acts, can lead to poor physical and mental health outcomes, career stagnation, and resignation or dismissal. The emotional toll of discrimination can lead to racial stress and in severe cases, racial trauma and impact our emotional, financial, and physical health and interrupts our career trajectory.  Remember, you are not alone.


This workshop series is designed with you in mind. We have crafted each workshop to include opportunities for private reflection, building the knowledge base, and coping strategies that provide a blueprint for reclaiming your identity and power. Our goal is to create a safe space for you to release the negative emotions around your workplace hurt; engage in practical activities to help you to establish and/or restore boundaries; practice activities that can help to restore and reclaim you!

If you answered ‘Yes’ to any of these questions, then the Free My Mind from Racial Stress: A Guide to Reclaiming Me workshop series is right for you.  Unfortunately, many people often stay silent about the discrimination they experience in the workplace due to fear, shame, confusion, and lack of knowledge about their options. Overtime, these racialized incidents, whether microaggressions or intentional racist acts, can lead to poor physical and mental health outcomes, career stagnation, and resignation or dismissal. The emotional toll of discrimination can lead to racial stress and in severe cases, racial trauma and impact our emotional, financial, and physical health and interrupts our career trajectory.  Remember, you are not alone.


This workshop series is designed with you in mind. We have crafted each workshop to include opportunities for private reflection, building the knowledge base, and coping strategies that provide a blueprint for reclaiming your identity and power. Our goal is to create a safe space for you to release the negative emotions around your workplace hurt; engage in practical activities to help you to establish and/or restore boundaries; practice activities that can help to restore and reclaim you!

MEET THE FACILITATOR

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​Christine Joseph, LMHC  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 has trained adults and teens on mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotional regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness.

Ms. Joseph 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 is currently an adjunct professor at Lesley University teaching Human Development and Principles and Practices of Expressive Arts Therapy. She continually affirms the power of the arts as a vehicle of empowerment.

DATE

JUNE 10, 2023

10AM - 12PM EDT 

What you will get strategies to:

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Navigate racial stress, racial trauma, and toxic work cultures.

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Identify microaggressions and gain tools to address

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Gain tools to recognize toxic work cultures and identify strategies for advocating for a better workplace

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Feel more confident addressing bias in the workplace

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Distinguish and demonstrate how to continue to heal, hold boundaries, and rebuild self-identity, self-esteem,  and self-efficacy.

INVESTMENT

Email thrive@innopsych.com for more information. 

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