Becoming a Social Justice Informed Clinician: Embodying Equity, Inclusion and Liberation to Enhance Treatment with Minoritized Clients
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Meag-gan O’Reilly, PhD
6 Hours 08 Minutes
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Aug 10, 2021
The ingrained impacts of systemic racism affect every sector and institution of our society, pushing many to the margins by means out of their control.
And our therapeutic spaces are not untouched.
Despite our best intentions, many of us are unwittingly committing microaggressions, damaging rapport, and perpetuating inequalities. Without acknowledging power differentials and uprooting our biases we can fail marginalized clients and unknowingly participate in the oppression.
No matter your racial, ethnic or cultural background, this candid one-day training will equip you to enhance your treatment with minoritized clients and inspire you to begin using your practice as a source of systemic change!
And unlike other trainings that offer overly simplified and formulaic guidance on how to do therapy with “them,” this program will visit the uncomfortable places we need to go to become better clinicians for all of our clients.
Watch Dr. Meag-gan O’Reilly, Stanford Psychologist and CEO & Co-Founder of Inherent Value Psychology Inc., for an eye-opening exploration of how using a framework of equity, inclusion, and liberation can transform you and your clinical care.
PLUS she’ll share the key concepts, mindsets and clinical examples you need to more effectively work with the intersectionality in each client and give you actionable steps you can take to help dismantle oppressive systems and effect change at a societal level.
This is one training you can’t afford to miss.
Dr. Meag-gan O’Reilly, (she/her) is a Staff Psychologist at Stanford University’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) and Adjunct Faculty in the Stanford School of Medicine. While completing her Post-Doctoral Fellowship at CAPS, Dr. O’Reilly created the first satellite clinic for Black undergraduate and graduate students across the African Diaspora. She currently serves as Program Coordinator for Outreach, Equity, and Inclusion. In this role, Dr. O’Reilly co-created the Outreach and Social Justice Seminar in 2016 with the goal of training the next generation of culturally conscious and justice-oriented clinicians.
Outside of Stanford, Dr. O’Reilly is the Co-Founder and CEO of Inherent Value Psychology INC., her private practice that provides DEI consulting, workshops, trainings, and international speaking engagements. Dr. O’Reilly is a DEI consultant for companies including Google, LYRA Health, and The United Negro College Fund’s STEM Scholar Program that supports Black college students nationwide to navigate underrepresentation and discrimination in STEM fields. She also serves as the lead clinician in a partnership with Google to provide therapeutic spaces called The Gathering Space for Black Google Employees in response to the murder of George Floyd and the chronic trauma, and grief, in the Black community. Her TEDx talk: Enough is Enough: The Power of Your Inherent Value, can be seen on YouTube and is a helpful reminder of unconditional self-worth and that our lives matter to the world.
Financial: Meag-gan O’Reilly, Ph.D. is a program coordinator for Stanford University Counseling and Psychological Services Vaden Health Center. She is a mental health consultant with LYRA and a mental health consultant with United Negro College Fund United Negro College Fund (UNCF) STEM Scholars Program. She receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc. Dr. O’Reilly has no relevant financial relationships with ineligible organizations.
Non-financial: Meag-gan O’Reilly, Ph.D. is a member of the American Psychological Association.
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