An Interview with Dr. Thomas Parham
Dr. Thomas Parham joins us as the closing speaker for this series to discuss the ways in which we can utilize transformative healing for the future.
Under the editorial leadership of Dr. Kevin Cokley, students, scholars, psychologists, and community activists joined together to offer diverse perspectives on confronting systemic racism rooted in Anti-Blackness. This multi-disciplinary effort resulted in the text: Making Black Lives Matter: Confronting Anti-Black Racism. A Healing Paradigm (AHP) will host a 7-month series, March - October 2022 based on the book. Many of the authors in addition to several thought leaders will join us for a series of virtual discussions regarding innovative strategies for confronting Anti-Blackness, authentic Anti-racist action, and self-care. The bi-monthly author talks can be viewed live and on-demand.
In addition to attending the virtual discussions, participants have the opportunity to engage in our small group Deep Dive sessions facilitated by mental health professionals and Mbongis (community gatherings to discuss an issue) that include thought leaders such as Dr. Mawiyah Kambon, Dr. Thomas Parham, and student-scholar-activists of the next generation.
The series also offers virtual wellness activities and a resource library to support you in caring for your psychological wellbeing as you confront Anti-Blackness. We will end the series with an in-person ancestral walk led by historian Dr. Kenja McCray in Savannah, Georgia.
Psychologists, social workers, counselors, and school psychologists can earn up to 45 continuing education credits (CE's). Educators, activists, and others can earn professional development credit. Check the fee schedule for the relevant pricing.
This registration is for one workshop with Dr. Thomas Parham. By registering and participating in this workshop, you will receive 1 continuing education credit. If you would like to register for the entire series and have the opportunity to earn up to 45 CE's, click here. For more information on the series, click the links below:
A Healing Paradigm has partnered with the Faculty Development, Teaching, & Advising Center at Morehouse College to offer this series for faculty, staff, mental health professionals, and the community. Dr. Monique Earl-Lewis serves as the co-convener of the series. She is an Associate Professor in Africana Studies & Director of the Center. As an organizational psychologist, Dr. Earl-Lewis is committed to partnering with community organizations to advance the unique mission of Morehouse College that includes advancing knowledge of Black life, history, and culture. A Healing Paradigm is excited to form this partnership with Dr. Earl-Lewis and her staff.
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