The NARM Training Institute presents a special online webinar on:
NARM & Cultural Misattunement: Addressing the Impact of Cultural Trauma from Systemic Oppression
NARM Therapist Claude Cayemitte, MSW, CCTP
hosted by NARM Training Director and Senior Faculty Brad Kammer, LMFT, LPCC
This webinar uses NeuroAffective Relational Model (NARM) to present an introduction into a clinical orientation for addressing the historic and systemic oppression in American culture of minority groups, specifically focused on people of color and the LGBTQ community. Cultural trauma, a significant yet under-recognized aspect of Complex Trauma, can contribute to misattunement in therapeutic relationships due to lack of diversity in the mental health field, the legacy of systemic oppression in American institutions, implicit bias and other countertransference reactions within clinicians.
The webinar explores the impact of cultural trauma in order to increase cultural competency in working with people of color and the LGBTQ community, as well as other minority communities. The intention of this webinar is to present specific dilemmas minorities face and how clinicians can be better prepared to support these clients to incorporate agency and begin resolving the impact of systemic trauma in their individual experience. We use the basic principles of NARM to begin an important discussion facing all clinicians in the current American culture in how to most optimally create the therapeutic conditions for addressing the complexities of historical and cultural trauma.
Part 3 in this series is now available, for more information, click here.
Purchase for $65
Includes one year of video access, downloadable audio, slides, and webinar transcript.
Areas reviewed in this webinar:
Overview of cultural trauma, the historic and systemic oppression in American culture of minority groups, specifically focusing in this webinar on people of color and the LGBTQ community.
Systemic oppression, objectification and environmental failures and their role in contributing to Complex Trauma.
Identifying the specific survival strategies relied upon in these populations of clients.
Highlighting clinician countertransference and implicit bias, and its impact on clinical attunement and effective treatment.
Introducing the process of how to be an effective ally in the therapeutic relationship in addressing issues related to historical and cultural trauma.
Understanding aspects of the therapeutic relationship – including consent, agency and allyship - to advance therapeutic and social change.
Included With the Webinar:
This webinar comes with one year access to the 1.5 hour replay video. You can download and keep the audio recording of the webinar, a copy of the presentation slides and the webinar transcript.
1.5 Hour Video Replay
Online access to the 1.5 hour video replay for one year.
Download an audio version of the training that you can keep forever.
Downloadable handouts with slides from the webinar for future reference.
Download a written transcript of the entire webinar.
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