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This two-part seminar aims to collectively addresses white supremacy within the creative arts therapies field.

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Sat Jun 15 2024

<div>This two-part seminar aims to collectively addresses white supremacy within the creative arts therapies field.</div><div style="margin-top: 20px"><div style="margin: 20px 10px;font-size: 15px;line-height: 22px;font-weight: 400;text-align: left;"><p>Inspired by the <a href="" target="_blank" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer">NADTA's Cultural, Humility, Equity and Diversity Committee's </a>campaign #DramaTherapistsAgainstWhiteSupremacy, the <a href="" target="_blank" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer">Creative Arts in Counselling and Psychotherapy Chapter</a> will host a monthly two-part series of speakers and working groups that aim to challenge and dismantle white supremacy within ourselves, our communities, and our professional field. As creative arts therapists, it is part of our professional, ethical, and cultural response/ability to enhance and understand how our experiences are affected by racism, capitalism, and colonialism.</p><p>This event is open to all creative arts therapists, expressive arts therapists, and therapists from adjacent fields with affiliation to Canadian creative arts therapy organizations [CATA, CAMT, NADTA, ADTA].</p><p><strong>Part 1 - Speaker Workshop: Wednesday January 12th from 7:00-8:00pm EST </strong></p><p><strong>Part 2 - Working Group: Wednesday February 9th from 7:00-8:30pm EST</strong></p><p><em>* Upon registration, attendance to both parts of the series is mandatory.</em></p><p><strong>EVENT DETAILS</strong></p><p>This event is a follow up working group to discuss the content from last months speaker presentation on January 12th with Rowena Tam (she/her), MA, C.C.C., who is a drama therapist researcher, and guest living and working in Tiohtiá:ke/Mooniyaang/Montreal, on unceded Kanien’kehá:ka territory. This follow up working group will be facilitated by Stephanie Sing, the <a href="" target="_blank" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer">CACP</a> Communications Specialist. </p><p>The working groups will hold us accountable, and will ensure that we are not just listening but are actively reflecting and responding in constructive and actionable ways in various settings in the month between the events. Committing to this work, both within our working groups and within your personal lives, is a life-long journey. Your participation in both seminars is an essential component to the process of dismantling white supremacy and its indoctrination within us all. </p><p><strong>ABOUT THE CACP CHAPTER </strong></p><p>Our chapter is a part of the <a href="" target="_blank" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer">Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association</a>. In response to a series of conversations with Canadian mental health practitioners, this chapter emerged with the intention of helping advocate, connect and create professional development and research opportunities for members that employ the intentional use of art, dance/movement, drama, photography, music, play, sand tray, and/or creative writing in their practice. Check out our <a href="" target="_blank" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer">website</a> or follow us on <a href="" target="_blank" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer">Instagram</a> and <a href="" target="_blank" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer">Facebook </a>for the latest updates!</p><p><strong>PLEASE NOTE</strong></p><ul><li> We will email you with confirmation of your registration with additional details 24-48 hours before the event.</li><li>If you have any questions please contact our President Lorelei Dietz and Special Projects Coordinator Rachel Norris at </li></ul></div></div>


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