Kenneth V. Hardy on Multiculturalism and Psychotherapy

by Randall C. Wyatt
Hardy discusses diversity, multiculturalism, and social justice in psychotherapy...and how he was trained to be a "pretty good white therapist."
Earn 2.5 CE Credits

Walking A Tightrope: Family Therapy with Adolescents and Their Families

by Kenneth V. Hardy
Hardy brings family therapy to life with this compelling and instructive case vignette of his work with an African-American family.
Earn 1.5 CE Credits

Beverly Greene on Race, Racism and Psychotherapy

by Lawrence Rubin
Clinician, scholar, author, and advocate Beverly Greene shares her views and experiences at the intersection of race, racism, and psychotherapy.
Earn 1.5 CE Credits

Dangerous Intimacies: Racism, Risk, and Recovery

by Rebecca J. Lester
Rebecca Lester shares her powerful clinical work with a client at the intersection of social work and cultural anthropology.

Us Versus It: Racism, Family Treatment, and Eco-Systemic Considerations

by Paula Bamgbose-Martins
Clinician Paula Bamgbose-Martins shares important insights gained in her work with African American children and their families.

A Silent Dialogue: Coming Together During Troubling Times

by Tori Lester, MA & Lawrence Rubin
Join an unspoken silent dialogue between patient and therapist for some insight on the role self-disclosure plays in the therapeutic relationship.