Although open only to the Creative Arts Therapies students at Concordia University today, this workshop aims to develop networks, approaches and perspective for working with and as BIPOC communities. It looks at the foundations of Two-Eyed Seeing, a perspective that embodies multiply ways of knowing. It aims to create spaces of reconciliation (or rather relationship building) between communities, using both Western and Indigenous knowledges. This acknowledges the role of oppression and the importance of empowerment, which can be applied to other BIPOC communities as well.
If interested in hosting this workshop for your organization, please feel free to contact me through the contact page.