Posts Tagged ‘community’
What is BIPOC Therapy?
BIPOC Therapy is centered on being culturally sensitive and trauma-informed. BIPOC therapists work from an anti-oppressive and anti-racist framework. In essence, BIPOC therapy is culturally safe therapy where people can collaboratively explore how to reconnect with themselves and their cultural roots, while also discussing and addressing issues of discrimination (ranging from microaggressions to overt racist…< Read More >
What is BIPOC
BIPOC is an acronym that stands for “Black, Indigenous, and People Of Color.” Black refers to people of African or Caribbean ancestry, who have a unique history in North America. Indigenous refers to people whose ancestors were native to the Americas prior to colonization by Europeans. Many Indigenous people, if not all, were negatively impacted,…< Read More >
Edmonton’s New Walk-In Counselling Society of Edmonton (WICSOE) – Now Open!
The new walk-in clinic opened its doors within a year of having to close them at another local agency due to funding difficulties. The walk-in clinic is unique in that it offers single-session support for families, couples, and individuals when they need it most – in crisis! You can learn more about WICSOE…< Read More >