The BKCM Music Therapy Program Holds Space for BIPOC-identifying Creative Arts Therapists

The BKCM Music Therapy Program Holds Space for BIPOC-identifying Creative Arts Therapists

FREE - RSVP

Friday, June 11, 2021 – 7:00 – 9:00PM — FREE!

SUPPORT GROUP FOR BIPOC CREATIVE ARTS THERAPISTS

This gathering is dedicated to promote reflective dialogue that centers on the needs of creative arts therapists identifying as Black, Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC) working within and impacted by oppressive systems (colonization, ableism, white supremacy, patriarchy, queerphobia, transphobia, xenophobia, capitalism, etc.). We recognize the impact of intersectionality on each of our identities and experiences of privilege and oppression. We acknowledge that individuals who join this space may hold multiple vulnerable identities that influence their experiences within these systems. We strive to co-create an intersectional, structured space for safety. Our intention is to care for ourselves and our communities as a radical act of resistance in order to move beyond surviving to thriving.

Free RSVP here.

*Though allyship and aspiring allyship are appreciated, this group is reserved for BIPOC-identifying creative arts therapists only.

Facilitators: Jasmine Edwards MA, LCAT, MT-BC; Gabriela Asch-Ortiz, MS, LCAT, MT-BC; Dannyele Crawford, MS, MT-BC

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