N/NY- MC-157 On the DEI Journey with Cultural Humility in the Art Therapy Profession
Please join Louvenia Jackson, PhD, MFT, ATR-BC, and Tamela Blalock, MBA, CAE, CMP, DES for this webinar, "On the DEI Journey with Cultural Humility in the Art Therapy Profession".
This session is designed to serve as introductory journey into diversity, equity, and inclusion within United States governance addressing US structural foundations and historical framework. The participants will be provided with active-learning engagements that explore the perspective of intention vs. impact and the relationship between in-group and out-group dynamics. This session also includes a review of Cultural Humility with a focus on institutional accountability reflecting on roles and responsibilities through a social justice lens. Additional active-learning features in this session include an ongoing art reflection and balanced group dialogue.
Participants who attend this session will experience the following:
- Illustration of the systemic inequities as they have been embedded in U.S. governance, and the resulting impacts to institutional culture and norms
- Assess and practice the tenants of cultural humility to improve client services, organizational communication and structure.
- Examine roles and responsibilities through self-reflective on-going art exploration and dialogue.
Dr. Louvenia Jackson
Assistant Professor, Loyola Marymount University
Professor Louvenia Jackson is an assistant professor at Loyola Marymount University in the Marital Family Therapy/ Art Therapy Department. Her work on cultural humility in art therapy has earned her May 2016 Outstanding Service Award in the Art Therapy Ph.D. Program from Notre Dame de Namur University and the AATA 2016 Pearlie Roberson Scholarship.
Tamela Blalock, MBA, CAE, CMP, DES