Racial Healing—Understanding racism, meaningful allyship, and reclaiming your whole self

Racial Healing—Understanding racism, meaningful allyship, and reclaiming your whole self


About this Episode:

In this episode, Dèsa Karye Daniel talks to Dr. Annelise Singh about the power of racial healing. They discuss why exploring your racial identity is important, how BIPOC and white communities can be intentional in their work, and challenge listeners to get uncomfortable while reflecting on how racial change can happen in mental health.


About Anneliese:

Anneliese Singh, PhD, LPC (she/they) serves as Associate Provost for Faculty Development and Diversity/Chief Diversity Officer at Tulane University and was previously the former Program Coordinator for the Counselor Education and Supervision doctoral program at the University of Georgia. Her scholarship and community organizing explores racial healing and racial justice, as well as NIH-funded work with trans and nonbinary people. She has written extensively on qualitative methodology and multicultural and social justice competency development in the counselor education and the larger helping professions – serving on the Multicultural and Social Justice Counseling Competencies, ACA Multiracial Competencies, ACA Transgender Counseling Competencies, ACA LGBQIAA Counseling Competencies, and ASGW Multicultural and Social Justice Group Work Principles. Dr. Singh has served as President for SAIGE (formerly ALGBTIC) and SACES and has held multiple other leadership roles within ACES and ACA.


APA Citation for this Episode:

Daniel, D.K. (Producer). (2021, May 5) EP203: Racial Healing: Understanding racism, meaningful allyship, and reclaiming your whole self [Audio Podcast]. The Thoughtful Counselor. Retrieved from https://wp.me/p7R6fn-XsW


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