Worthy of Wellness Workshops for BIPOC Students

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Worthy of Wellness Workshops for BIPOC Students

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Date and Time

  • Thursday, February 25, 2021 from 12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Location

Online (zoom)

5998 Alcala Park San Diego, CA 92110

Cost

0

Details

This session is for BIPOC students.

There are certain concepts and practices that help Black, Indigenous, and other People of Color to heal in the face of racial oppression and trauma. The Worthy of Wellness workshop introduces the theory of "Radical Healing" (French, Lewis, Mosley, Adames, Chavez-Dueñas, Chen, & Neville, 2020), an intersectional framework for wellness and liberation suggesting that healing from racial trauma occurs when one can be both critically conscious about systemic oppression and yet still envision personal and collective liberation. As a group (students, staff, or faculty), we will explore how to get closer to radical healing. Participants can expect opportunities for personal reflection, group dialogue and exercises, and practical resources to help them enhance their wellness.

Bio: Dr. Della V. Mosley is an Assistant Professor in the American Psychological Association (APA) accredited Counseling Psychology Program in the Psychology Department at UF. She created and leads the Wellness, Equity, Love, Liberation, and Sexuality (WELLS) Healing and Research Collective. She is the cofounder of Academics for Black Survival and Wellness (#Academics4BlackLives). Dr. Della is a Black queer feminist, scholar, activist, and healer committed to liberation. Her research focuses on facilitating the wellness of Black and/or queer and transgender People of Color (QTPOC) and is undergirded by Black feminist-womanistparadigms and liberating methods of inquiry. She uses practical, evidence-based, and culturally mindful approaches to fight oppression and facilitate healing and liberation of Black and QTPOC folx. She has published in top-tier journals, has been invited to speak internationally, and is engaged in radical social justice advocacy work. Dr. Della is an APA Minority Fellow, co-authors the Psychology Today blog, “Healing through Social Justice” with the Psychology of Radical Healing Collective, and recently served as the Presidential Task Force Co-Chair for the American Psychological Association Society of Counseling Psychology.

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