Racial trauma and oppression are topics with a long and sordid history within the United States.
The following resources, which were developed by the Community Technical Assistance Center of New York (CTAC), will help practitioners better understand, discuss, and process racism in their work with individuals and families.
Free registration is required to view them.
- Legacies of Pain and Resilience: Clinical Implications for Understanding Historical Trauma and Race (Webinar)
- Addressing Historical Trauma (Black Boys and Men Podcast)
- Race, Racism, & Clinical Practice (Digital Resource Guide)
- How Racism Impacts those We Serve and How We Serve: Are We Meeting Participants Where They Are? (Webinar)
- Race-based Traumatic Stress and Psychological Injury (Webinar)
- Race and Trauma: The Role of Racial Trauma in Psychotherapy (Webinar)
- Race, Poverty & Trauma: Microaggressions and the Therapeutic Alliance (Webinar)
- Police Brutality & Trauma (Black Boys and Men Podcast)
- Raising Our Black Sons: A Mother’s Perspective (Black Boys and Men Podcast)
- Resilience and Steps Forward (Black Boys and Men Podcast)
- The Social Determinants of Health: Connecting the Dots (Digital Resource Guide)
- Identity, Bias, and Cultural Humility: Connecting to Ourselves and Others (Webinar)
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Learn more about CTAC NY. Other specialized resources are also available, including a page featuring Resources for Providers Working with LGBTQIA Populations and COVID-19 Resources.
Listen to Season 2 of Black Boys and Men: Changing the Narrative.