We’re joined in this engaging episode by Dr. Jade Logan, Assistant Professor at Chestnut Hill College. Dr. Logan lets us in on what it’s like for her, as a professional Black clinician and supervisor, to teach cultural competence to psychologists of varied races and backgrounds.
As part of training, psychologists spend a certain number of hours in Clinical Supervision. Clinical Supervisors guide therapists through personal blind spots or biases, and encourage self-awareness. This often includes difficult dialogue. The area of multi-cultural competence can be one of the most difficult but necessary topics to discuss.
Come on in.
We’re thrilled to introduce our new monthly feature and the two new co-hosts that are an integral part of it: Holly Sawyer, PhD, and Allison Gibbs, LCSW. We interviewed them at different points during Season 1 and for this feature we invited them to join us in dynamic, intersectional, not-so-clinical conversation.
We’re excited to have them join us and hope you find meaning and entertainment in our conversation. Join us anytime by reaching out and telling us what you think. Also, if you ask us questions, we will answer them on an upcoming podcast.
It’s our one-year podcasting anniversary! This is a transitional moment as we make exciting changes to our podcast sound, content, and format. We recorded this final session of Season 1 during a break from our typical focus for the purpose of our own self-care, and yours.
Here, we share 3 tips under 3 minutes on various topics. We offer a window into some of our process behind the scenes and hope our tips are helpful as you take your own self-care moments.
We include our top 3 tips for:
Acing a Job Interview; Body Image; Breaking Up; Curating Clothing; Dressing for Success, Exercise, Getting Ready to Clean out a Closet; Giving Constructive Criticism; Grief; Healthy Eating; and Shame.
The session in which we discuss Rape Culture and the March to End Rape Culture (MTERC) with our guest, Arika Gold. Arika is a dedicated activist and community organizer. The MTERC is an annual event to raise awareness for Philadelphians about the widespread issues related to rape culture and what is being done to end it.
Rape Culture is … (listen to Amanda Spitfire’s poem in our bonus episode!).
Also, rape culture is … teaching girls and women to take measures to prevent rape instead of telling boys and men not to rape, light sentencing for rapists, rape jokes and people defending them, not believing people who say they were raped, street harassment, certain lyrics in pop music, support for athletes and celebrities charged with rape, blaming victims for destroying a career, blaming victims…
Surely you can add to this list!
The March to End Rape Culture is a safe space for survivors and inclusive of all genders, sexual orientations, abilities, ages, and races.
This year’s March to End Rape Culture is scheduled for Saturday, September 28, 2019, from 11:00 am – 2:30 pm. Rain or Shine at Thomas Paine Plaza (across from Love Park).
The session in which we discuss a meaningful approach to living called Radical Decency with its originator, Jeff Garson. Both Jeff and his wife Dale Garson, both Licensed Clinical Social Workers, are devoted to understanding and implementing Radical Decency.
Radical Decency = Decency to self, others, and the world – at all times, in every context and without exception.