In our Berkeley Clinical Group, we have been discussing intergenerational trauma and what healing can look like as a collective community supporting the families and youth we serve as well. As we do the work with communities that have been historically marginalized, discriminated against and oppressed, we find it even more important to decolonize therapy and our practices along with providing support through the lens of healing centered approaches. We are learning from the works of Dr. Shawn Ginwright, Dr. Thema Bryant, and Dr. Jennifer Mullan. In addition, a lot of our team members working at Seneca have also experienced intergenerational trauma and it is equally important that we hold a space that supports their experiences providing quality care to the families and youth we serve. Please feel free to spend time watching the videos below of the above trainers and experts in our field that are doing groundbreaking work to reimagine what our work can look like with the families and youth that are served at Seneca.
Blog Post Written By: Eidit Choochage, Clinical Supervisor
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