Supervision and Training
With an Anti-Racist and Anti-Oppressive Lens

 
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After attending my first anti racist training I came face to face with the inescapable reality that I was perpetuating a system of oppression and racism. I felt ashamed and my identity as a kind, caring, humanistic social worker and defender of humanity was blown to pieces. It was as if a curtain was lifted and I was just seeing the world for the first time. So began my journey of personal awareness and accountability.

 I’ve discovered, on my journey that, although my whiteness makes me part of the problem, I can become part of the solution when I take responsibility by:

  • Deeply examining my racial identity and culture

  • Challenging my biases

  • Educating myself and learning from history

  • Networking and building alliances across race and culture

  • Challenging and expanding my perspectives

I am deeply committed to continuing this journey and supporting others on theirs.

Let’s work together.  I will challenge you to examine and deconstruct your internalized racial superiority, and to develop a deeper awareness of how power and privilege affect the way you navigate and experience the world.

Through this work, you will become better able to cultivate more authentic relationships across race and culture.

It’s important for white people to have a healing space to explore white culture, deal with internalized racial superiority and privilege, examine both the intent and consequences of their actions and create accountable partnerships to help support their development as antiracists.

 

Clinical Supervision

I offer three levels of supervisory support: individual, group and online.  

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Workshops and Training

Specializing in facilitating presentations and trainings that are rooted in restorative and anti-racist principles. which include, difficult dialogues, supervision across differences and creating respectful and appreciative workplaces. Robin speaks extensively on white privilege from an individual and organizational perspective and what it means to partner with people of color in antiracist work.

 

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About Robin

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Clinical Supervisor and Antiracist Consultant and Organizer with over 10 years of supervisory experience.  I received my Masters in Social Work and SIFI certification from New York University and have been studying and using Psychodrama and Drama therapy for over 5 years. 

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“I tell sincere white people, 'Work in conjunction with us- each of us working among our own kind.' Let sincere white individuals find all other white people they can who feel as they do- and let them form their own all-white groups, to work trying to convert other white people who are thinking and acting so racist. Let sincere whites go and teach non-violence to white people!

In our mutual sincerity we might be able to show a road to the salvation of America's very soul.”

— Malcolm X

 
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