Contributed by Anatasia Kim

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Therapeutic Skills in the Workplace

Confronting Racial Wounds

Just like families, coworkers often need help talking honestly and listening deeply, especially when it comes to issues around diversity, equity, and... Read more

Case Study June 30, 2020

Crossing Cultures

The Surprising Complexity of Countertransference

A shared cultural understanding can be a powerful asset in therapy, adding a familiarity and depth to the exploration of countertransference. Read more

VIDEO: Handling Microaggressions in Therapy

An Eight-Step Process for Talking About It With Your Clients

Let's say your client lets a microaggression slip during a session. Do you bring it up? Therapist and author Anatasia Kim shares her eight-step process for... Read more

In Consultation September 4, 2019

When to Speak Up

Handling Microagressions in Therapy

What to do about addressing microaggressions in therapy. Read more

Anatasia Kim

Anatasia Kim, PhD, is an associate professor at The Wright Institute in Berkeley, CA.  She has a private practice and provides consultations and trainings to organizations on matters related to diversity, equity, and inclusions.  She’s the coauthor, with Alicia del Prado, of It’s Time to Talk (and Listen): How to Have Constructive Conversations About Race, Class, Sexuality, Ability & Gender in a Polarized World.