A large part of these resources were shared with us by NESTTD, New England Society for the Treatment of Trauma and Dissociation. We owe a debt of gratitude for their permission to share.
Lifting Black Voices: Therapy, Trust, and Racial Trauma
An panel discussion about transgenerational racial trauma and its impact on therapeutic trust, featuring Dr. Tiffany Crayton, LPC-S, La Shanda Sugg, LPC, and L.J. Lumpkin, LMFT
A Free 1 CE Credit Hour Podcast Continuing Education Course… Donations Encouraged
Providing Inclusive, Respectful Care to Your Gender Questioning, Transgender, & Nonbinary Clients
From pronouns to signage to handling mis-gendering, this course provides helpful guidance about supporting gender minorities in therapy, featuring Dara Hoffman-Fox, LPC
A Free 1 CE Credit Hour Podcast Continuing Education Course… Donations Encouraged
Racism and Trauma
- The Inner Work of Racial Justice: Healing Ourselves and Transforming Our Communities Through Mindfulness by Rhonda V. Magee (Author), Jon Kabat-Zinn (Foreword)
- Separate is Never Equal by Duncan Tonatsu
- Seven years before Brown v. Board of Education, the Mendez family fought to end segregation in California schools. Discover their incredible story in this picture book from award-winning creator Duncan Tonatiuh.
- She Persisted by Chelsea Clinton
- Chelsea Clinton introduces tiny feminists, mini activists and little kids who are ready to take on the world to thirteen inspirational women who never took no for an answer, and who always, inevitably and without fail, persisted.
- Resist: 35 People Who Rose against Tyranny and Injustice by Veronica Chambers
- A perfect tool for young readers as they grow into the leaders of tomorrow, Veronica Chambers’s inspiring collection of profiles—along with Senator Cory Booker’s stirring foreword—will inspire readers of all ages to stand up for what’s right.
- Little Legends and Little Leaders by Vashti Harrison
- Author-illustrator Vashti Harrison shines a bold, joyous light on black men through history in this #1 New York Times bestseller.
Children’s Books on Racism
- The Day You Begin By Jacqueline Woodson
- National Book Award winner Jacqueline Woodson and two-time Pura Belpré Illustrator Award winner Rafael López have teamed up to create a poignant, yet heartening book about finding courage to connect, even when you feel scared and alone.
- Brown Girl Dreaming By Jacqueline Woodson
- Raised in South Carolina and New York, Woodson always felt halfway home in each place. In vivid poems, she shares what it was like to grow up as an African American in the 1960s and 1970s, living with the remnants of Jim Crow and her growing awareness of the Civil Rights movement. Touching and powerful, each poem is both accessible and emotionally charged, each line a glimpse into a child’s soul as she searches for her place in the world. Woodson’s eloquent poetry also reflects the joy of finding her voice through writing stories, despite the fact that she struggled with reading as a child. Her love of stories inspired her and stayed with her, creating the first sparks of the gifted writer she was to become.
- Not My Idea by Anastasia Higginbotham
- Not My Idea: A Book About Whiteness is a picture book about racism and racial justice, inviting white children and parents to become curious about racism, accept that it’s real, and cultivate justice.
- All the Colors We Are/Todos los colores de nuestra piel: The Story of How We Get Our Skin Color/La historia de por qué tenemos diferentes colores de piel by Katie Kissinger.
- Celebrate the essence of one way we are all special and different from one another—our skin color! This bilingual (English/Spanish) book offers children a simple, scientifically accurate explanation about how our skin color is determined by our ancestors, the sun, and melanin. It’s also filled with colorful photographs that capture the beautiful variety of skin tones. Reading this book frees children from the myths and stereotypes associated with skin color and helps them build positive identities as they accept, understand, and value our rich and diverse world. Unique activity ideas are included to help you extend the conversation with children.
Children & Anti-Racist Parenting
- Talking to Kids about Racism Part 1 https://www.facebook.com/watch/live/?v=3163881693633440&ref=watch_permalink
- Talking to Kids about Racism Part 2 w Beverly Daniel Tatum https://www.facebook.com/560763030938742/videos/264032861323725
- An Anti-Racism Conversation for All of Us with Dr. Jennifer Harvey https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0k2SQDc_d2M&t=10s
- Racism and Violence: How to Help Kids Handle the News: A conversation between Kenya Hameed, PsyD and Jamie Howard, PhD of Child Mind Institute.
- The Conscious Kid: An Instagram account and Patreon site with information on parenting and education through a critical race lens.
- Antiracist Baby by Ibram X Kendi
Articles & Publications
- Toward a Psychological Framework of Radical Healing in Communities of Color Bryana H. French, Jioni A. Lewis, Della V. Mosley, Hector Y. Adames, Nayeli Y. Chavez-Dueñas, Grace A. Chen, and Helen A. Neville
- Trainee Perspectives on Relational Cultural Therapy and Cultural
- Competency in Supervision of Trauma Cases, Jennifer M. Gómez, Wayne State University
- Trainee Perspectives on Relational Cultural Therapy and Cultural Competency in Supervision of Trauma Cases by Jennifer M. Gómez Wayne State University
- Becoming an Anti-Racist Organization: An Anti-Racist Model for Organizational Change Mary Pender Greene, LCSW-R, CGP | Summer edition of NYC-NASW news | The article is really excellent and challenging, as well. It provides a multi-level template for building an anti-racist organization
- Attending to racial trauma in clinical supervision: Enhancing client and supervise outcomes. Alex L. Pieterse
- Is Calling in the New Calling Out? Prof. Loretta J. Ross, Smith College | New York Times
- Facilitating Difficult Race Discussions: FIVE INEFFECTIVE STRATEGIESAND FIVE SUCCESSFUL STRATEGIES by Derald Wing Sue, PhD, Professor of Psychology and Education, Teachers College, Columbia University
- Multicultural Orientation in Psychotherapy Supervision by CE Watkins Jr · 2019 | Article in American journal of psychotherapy · August 2019
- Developments in the application of AEDP in the treatment of marginalized populations Several articles and books have been written about working with multicultural populations. Please click on link above to view AEDP’s resources and publications page for more information or click here.
Other Comprehensive Lists
Mental Health Focused BIPOC-led Organizations for Communities of Color
- Black Emotional and Mental Health collective BEAM – https://www.beam.community/bvtn
- Loveland Therapy Fund – provides financial assistance to Black women and girls nationally seeking therapy https://thelovelandfoundation.org/loveland-therapy-fund/
- Representation Matters in Social Work: We Need More Black Therapists – https://notesfromanaspiringhumanitarian.com/representation-matters-in-social-work-we-need-more-black-therapists/
- Sharing Hope: Speaking with African Americans about Mental Health – NAMI – “hour-long presentation that can help increase mental health awareness in African American communities…”
- Trauma Healing Fund for Black Folks – https://projectlets.org/traumahealingfund
- The Okra Project serving Black trans people https://www.theokraproject.com/
- Disarming Racial Microaggressions: Microintervention Strategies forTargets, White Allies, and Bystanders, Derald Wing Sue, Sarah Alsaidi, Michael N. Awad, Elizabeth Glaeser, Cassandra Z. Calle,and Narolyn MendezTeachers College, Columbia University
- Implicit Bias and Microaggressions: the Macro Impact of Small Acts Derald Wing Sue, Teachers College, Columbia University | (2015) YouTube
- Perceptions of Racial Microaggressions Among Black Supervisees in Cross-Racial Dyads Madonna G. Constantine and Derald Wing Sue, Teachers College, Columbia University | (2007) Journal of Counseling Psychology Copyright 2007 by the American Psychological Association Vol. 54, No. 2, 142–153 | 0022-0167/07/$12.00 DOI: 10.1037/0022-0126.96.36.199
- Racial microaggressions in everyday life: Implications for clinical practice. Sue, D. W., Capodilupo, C. M., Torino, G. C., Bucceri, J. M., Holder, A. M. B., Nadal, K. L., & Esquilin, M. | (2007) American Psychologist, 62(4), 271–286
- Is it Racist? Addressing Racial Microaggressions in Counselor Training Malott, K. M., Paone, T. R., Schaefle, S., & Gao, J. | (2015) Journal of Creativity in Mental Health, 10(3), 386–398
- Implicit Bias and Microaggressions: the Macro Impact of Small Acts Malott, K. M., Paone, T. R., Schaefle, S., & Gao, J. | (2015) Journal of Creativity in Mental Health, 10(3), 386–398
- Racial Microaggressions, Whiteness & Feminist Therapy (Journal Article)
- Racial Microaggressions in Everyday Life: Implications for Clinical Practice (Journal Article)
Native Land Map
Native Land Map https://native-land.ca/
Podcasts and Social Media
- Seeing White https://www.sceneonradio.org/seeing-white/
- Rerooted Podcast https://art19.com/shows/rerooted?page=2
- Trauma Therapist- Racial Trauma with Dr. Thema Bryant-Davis https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/episode-202-racial-trauma-with-thema-bryant-davis/id899009517?i=1000377609459
- On Being interview Resmaa Menakem https://onbeing.org/programs/resmaa-menakem-notice-the-rage-notice-the-silence/
- Decolonizing Therapy Instagram and Twitter: Resources on healing ancestral trauma compiled by Dr. Jennifer Mullan, clinical psychologist and community organizer.
- On Decolonizing Therapy with Jennifer Mullan and Bianca Laureano
- Melanated Social Work Instagram and podcast: Mental health resources, information, and discussions created and curated by four men of color in the social work field.
- Sonya Renee Taylor, radical self love https://instagram.com/sonyareneetaylor?igshid=f54z165gbx4q
- Leesa Renee Hall, antibias facilitator https://instagram.com/leesareneehall?igshid=1qtv8vsn2hxou and https://shor.by/leesareneehall
- Rachel Cargle public academic https://instagram.com/rachel.cargle?igshid=1pdiw3huo0k9g and https://linktr.ee/1thatgotawayy
- Good Ancestor podcast http://laylafsaad.com/good-ancestor-podcast
- 1619 https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/1619/id1476928106
- 13th: A documentary directed by Ava Duvernay on how the country’s history of racial inequality drives the high rate of incarceration in America.
- I Am Not Your Negro documentary
- Just Mercy https://www.justmercyfilm.com/
- The Triggered Project https://triggered1.com/home-945b8be8-7b4a-470f-ac20-f9f45d27a81f
- Brené with Aiko Bethea on Inclusivity at Work: The Heart of Hard Conversations. This podcast is on leadership and DE&I work with Brene Brown
- What if Instead of Calling People Out, We Called Them In? Prof. Loretta J. Ross | WNYC Studios
- Why Scholar Loretta Ross Is ‘Calling In’ Callout Culture
- December 03, 2020 by Dorey Scheimer and Meghna Chakrabarti | On Point NPR
- Decolonizing Clinical Supervision Presenters: Dana Stone, PhD, & Jessica ChenFeng, PhD
Decolonizing Clinical Supervision
Presenters: Dana Stone, PhD, & Jessica ChenFeng, PhD
There are many great books and articles that address oppression. This list is meant to only be a sampling of some of the many that are in print, as well as ones that appeared or were mentioned in the presentation. Articles and books about AEDP can be found on the AEDP website. Go here.
- Monnica Williams PhD Racial Trauma Readings Includes Racial Trauma and PTSD Reading List, Critical Papers, Measures and Assessment, Treatment Focused, and more.
- Mentalhealthdisparities.org/trauma-research.php is a link related to UCONN and has several resources including “Clinical Assessment of Racial Trauma”, list of related papers, PTSD in Diverse Populations
- NCBI / NIH resource: Instruments Measuring Perceived Racism/Racial Discrimination: Review and Critique of Factor Analytic Techniques
- Race and Trauma Resource List from the APA counseling.org resources: scroll down to see a list of three journal articles including “Perceived Everyday Discrimination” re Depressive symptoms and treatment suggestions, also the relationship between training and treatment.
- “Radical Hope in Revolting Times: Proposing a Culturally Relevant Psychological Framework” Mosley, Neville, et al Social and Personality Psychology Compass Dec 2019
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