Healing the Invisible Wounds of Racial Trauma in Therapy
A Conversation with Ken Hardy
Even when therapy is “trauma-informed,” it rarely focuses on the impact of race-based oppression and microaggressions and the pervasive impacts from these experiences.
Join Ken Hardy, PhD, author of the new book Racial Trauma: Clinical Strategies & Techniques for Healing Invisible Wounds, alongside Networker’s director Zach Taylor to learn racially-sensitive, trauma-informed interventions and strategies that centralize race and racial oppression in every facet of the therapeutic process and relationship.
CategoriesClinical Practice & Guidance Trauma