Nurses, doctors, bankers, police, immigration officers, you name it. Frontline workers in any and every field encounter Black Canadians daily, many may be grappling with ancestral and race-based trauma, amongst many other mental illnesses. Whether these individuals are seeking help through psychotherapy or not, as someone who may be serving them, and frankly as a human being, it is important to identify, understand compassionately respond to their clients. BMHM workshops and webinars not only encourage race-related conversations, but they empower attendees to confront their own biases and respond to their Black clients with compassion and new-found understanding.
Our workshops cover a range of topics, including:
- historical and race-based trauma
- structural racism cultural competence
- mental health stigma
- social determinants of health
- mental health in the Black community & more