BREAK THE CYCLE OF INJUSTICE BY CREATING RACIAL EQUITY ONE ORGANIZATION AT A TIME  
LEARN HOW AND WHEN IN THIS WEBINAR WITHOUT WALLS

BREAK THE CYCLE OF INJUSTICE BY CREATING EQUITY ONE ORGANIZATION AT A TIME - LEARN HOW AND WHEN IN THIS WEBINAR WITHOUT WALLS

Take your first steps toward creating RACIAL equity today.
   
There is so much to learn

How to start your journey toward social justice by understanding the connection to urban trauma.

TAKE YOUR FIRST STEPS TOWARD CREATING EQUiTY TODAY.
THERE IS SO MUCH TO LEARN

How to start your journey toward social justice by understanding the connection to urban trauma

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How do you promote and build a 
psychologically safe organization?
Where do you start?
How do you engage in trauma-informed work anchored in racial equity within your professional environment?

You can be part of the solution. It takes courage and a learning community. 
Sign up for our Webinar Without Walls today!

Why is it so difficult to know when and how to help? 

This Webinar Without Walls, led by Dr. Maysa Akbar, will introduce you to a learning community dedicated to equipping you with clear, easy-to-understand guidelines to create and sustain diversity and inclusion in your workplace and community.
   
Not like a traditional classroom lecture, in this webinar you will gain greater understanding of how to create equity one organization at a time.

Why is it so difficult to know when and how to help? 

This Webinar Without Walls, led by Dr. Maysa Akbar, will introduce you to a learning community dedicated to equipping you with clear, easy-to-understand guidelines to create and sustain social equity in your workplace and community.
   
Not like a traditional classroom lecture, in this webinar you will gain greater understanding of how to create equity one organization at a time.

Start creating racial equity one organization at a time in this Webinar Without Walls by taking these three steps:

Step #1

Find the Courage.
Be an advocate for trauma informed justice work. It starts with a new attitude.

Step #2

Expand Your Skillset.
The skills necessary for inclusive work? They aren't what you think they are. Find out why.

Step #3

Look with fresh eyes.
How to challenge social injustice? Understand this new framework and see new possibilities.
  

Your Presenter, 

Dr. Maysa Akbar

PHD, ABPP


Groundbreaking psychologist, best-selling author, and healer.

Dr. Akbar is a thought leader and expert in urban trauma, allyship, diversity, equity, and inclusion. She is an engaging and dynamic speaker who is sought by corporations, philanthropies, nonprofit organizations, urban school districts, and social service agencies in their efforts to creating equity, diversity and inclusion. She brings insight, courage, and passion to her conversations with communities of color and white communities alike. 
  
In her first book, Urban Trauma, Dr. Akbar introduces the Urban Trauma™ framework, unpacking how people of color live in a state of crisis due to oppressive societal systems, resulting in feelings of anger, rage, and hopelessness. In her second book, Beyond Ally, with wisdom and compassion, Dr. Akbar advances her social justice work through the creation of the Ally Identity Model, which details the stages of allyship in dismantling systemic oppression.
  
Dr. Akbar is a board-certified clinical psychologist and is an Assistant Clinical Professor at Yale University, School of Medicine. She is the CEO and founder of Integrated Wellness Group, psychotherapy practice specializing in treating race-based trauma since 2008. Dr. Akbar represents the American Psychological Association at the United Nations where she informs psychology practice within the international community. Dr. Akbar lives in New Haven with her husband and two children. In her spare time, she engages in meditation and yoga practices focused on healing and liberation from social-based trauma.

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