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I teach educational, mental health, and government institutions how to create and maintain a thriving culture of racial and gender equity and communal accountability through my trauma-informed, relational-cultural, and somatic frameworks. My consulting and training methods are interactive and guaranteed not to put anyone to sleep! Book your training session on any of the five following topics or you can partner with us. All trainings and programs can be custom-designed to fit the needs of your organization. Lastly, all trainings can be abbreviated for speaking engagements.

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SOMATIC/EMBODIED APPROACHES FOR HEALING FROM TRAUMA

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"Pathways for Healing from Trauma"

For leaders who work in trauma-exposed fields and support survivors of historical trauma, intergenerational trauma, racial trauma, cultural betrayal trauma, sexual trauma, domestic violence, and other forms of trauma. You will discover:

  • Why body-oriented approaches such as somatic and embodied healing methods can be more helpful than talk therapy 

  • The benefits of somatic/embodied healing methods such as: living more consciously in your body, sharpening discernment, transforming old patterns, experiencing pleasure, and strengthening resiliency

  • Culturally relevant tools used to support marginalized communities with the understanding that this is not hierarchal or transactional work but it is relational work

  • How to create and follow-through on anti-racist, anti-sexism, and equitable policies and practices

  • The significance of helping clients release traumatic stress that is stuck in their nervous system due to the organic responses of fight, flight, or freeze

  • How trauma shows up as symptoms in survivors

  • Understanding practical and accessible emotional regulation practices, even in the midst of a crisis

  • The importance of somatic practices in your private routine as personal development and professional development (e.g. social advocacy and activism)

  • The power of cultural humility to support communities that experience pervasive threats due to their race, gender identity, religion, sexual orientation,  or disability

Who Should Attend?

  • Therapists, Social Workers, & Other Mental Health Professionals

  • Psychologists & Psychiatrists

  • Forensic Interviewers & Child Abuse/Neglect Investigators

  • Researchers & Other Academic Professionals

  • College Students, Residents, & Fellows

  • Domestic Violence/Sexual Trauma Shelter & Outreach Advocates

  • Child Advocacy Specialists

  • DEI (Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion) Specialists

  • Coaches & Other Interventionists

REDEFINING THE DYNAMICS OF BLACK AMERICAN WOMEN’S ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS (BASED ON THE RESEARCH OF DR. FAITH JOYNER)

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"The Truth About Love"

For leaders, therapists, coaches, and other healers who support Black American women’s relational well-being and is based on Dr. Faith Joyner’s qualitative research titled, Black American Women’s Lived Experiences of the Lack of Emotional Support from their Romantic Partners. You will discover:

  • The history of misogynoir and sexual oppression of Black American women

  • The history of inequity and the "code of silence" in Black American women's romantic relationships

  • Why Black American women have lower marital rates, lower rates of marital satisfaction, higher rates of singleness and higher rates of separation and divorce.

  • Reliable and valid research on how Black American women experience a lack of emotional support from their romantic partners and best practices on how to improve their situation.

  • Culturally relevant ways to safely address how false generational narratives, historic and present sociocultural factors, racial stereotypes, colonized and patriarchal influences, and systemic discrimination impact Black American romantic relationships.

  • How to use the Relational Cultural Theory (RCT) framework to support Black American women’s culturally relevant, individualized recovery plan to build confidence, self-worth, self-esteem, and interdependence; even if that means Black American women would like to find healing opportunities outside of talk therapy.

  • The importance of somatic practices to recover from trauma

RECOVERING FROM VICARIOUS TRAUMA, SECONDARY TRAUMATIC STRESS, AND COMPASSION FATIGUE

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​"What Trauma Does to the Soul"

For leaders who work in high-stress and trauma-exposed fields. You will discover:

  • The difference between vicarious trauma, secondary traumatic stress and compassion fatigue 

  • In-depth understanding of how being exposed to trauma impacts your nervous system and what symptoms are showing up due to exposure

  • How to decolonize trauma work with your clients, peers, and people you supervise

  • How to create and follow-through on anti-racist, anti-sexism, and equitable policies and practices

  • How to authentically and directly advocate for your needs

  • How to heal without disconnecting from meaningful people and community in your life

  • The importance of somatic practices in your private routine as personal development and professional development

Who Should Attend?

  • Therapists, Social Workers, & Other Mental Health Professionals

  • Psychologists & Psychiatrists

  • Forensic Interviewers & Child Abuse/Neglect Investigators 

  • Researchers & Other Academic Professionals

  • College Students, Residents, & Fellows

  • Public School Principals, Teachers, and Counselors

  • Domestic Violence/Sexual Trauma Shelter & Outreach Advocates

  • Child Advocacy Specialists

  • DEI (Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion) Specialists

  • Human Resource Specialists

  • Coaches & Other Interventionists

  • Primary Care Physicians, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners, & Pharmacists

  • Journalists

  • Military Veterans & First Responders

  • Federal & NATO Employees

  • Judges & Attorneys

  • Politicians

INSTITUTIONAL SEXUAL TRAUMA PREVENTION & INTERVENTION

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​"Combating the Ultimate Betrayal"

For leaders working to prevent sexual trauma in institutions such as colleges, U.S. Military, etc. You will discover:

  • How to successfully align your policies with state and federal requirements

  • How to practically implement culturally relevant research-based sexual assault prevention and intervention best practices specifically for the population you work with

  • Innovative approaches to preventing and responding to sexual assault, domestic violence, harassment, and stalking

  • How to disrupt societal dominant narratives (e.g. sexism, racism, heteronormativity, ableism, and gender identity) that contribute to and perpetuate power-based trauma in community members

  • How to create and follow-through on anti-racist, anti-sexism, and equitable policies and practices

  • The importance of somatic practices in your private routine as personal development and professional development (e.g. social advocacy and activism)

  • The power of cultural humility to support communities that experience pervasive threats due to their race, gender identity, religion, sexual orientation,  or disability

DISRUPTING SYSTEMS THAT PERPETUATE INEQUALITY AND INEQUITY

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"Leadership Development"

For leaders who need liberating and culturally responsible tools to support survivors of power-based trauma such as sexual assault, sexual harassment, domestic violence, racial trauma, hate crimes, LGBTQ+ discrimination and gender inequity. You will discover:

  • Your "response ability" as a leader about power-based trauma incidents in your organization

  • How to create and follow-through on anti-racist, anti-sexism, and equitable policies and practices

  • The power of cultural humility to support communities that experience pervasive threats due to their race, gender identity, religion, sexual orientation,  or disability

  • The necessity of emotional intelligence and psychological safety in the workplace to decrease stress on your team and increase innovation

  • The effectiveness of relational mentoring to improve recruitment, retention, morale, and camaraderie in your organization

  • What institutional betrayal is, how it contributes to inequality and inequity, and tools to recover from it to create trust and support in your organization

  • How to take a systemic, proactive and sustainable approach to prevent power-based trauma in your organization

  • Practical industrial/organizational (I/O) consulting solutions for work transitions

  • The importance of somatic practices in your private routine as personal development and professional development

 
 
 
 
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Partner With Us

TOGETHER, WE CAN SEE CHANGE. 

As a government certified service-disabled veteran-owned small business, we understand that strategic partnerships with industry leaders are imperative to enhance our capabilities and drive innovation. By partnering with other government-certified small businesses, including veteran-owned, women-owned, minority-owned, and disadvantaged small businesses, we can successfully build relationships that will improve our solutions to better serve our clients and community. We invite you to submit your company’s information to be considered as one of our partners.

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