Racial Healing: Practical Activities for Counselors to Explore Racial Privilege, Confront Systemic Racism, and Engage in Collective Healing
Dr. Anneliese Singh will describe core racial healing strategies that counselor educators and supervisors can practice in the aim of collective racial justice and liberation. In doing so, Dr. Singh invites people to explore their own racial healing so they can build stronger relationships across multiple races/ethnicities to identify and transform structural racism within institutional settings. In doing so, Dr. Singh draws on the human rights and freedom movements within counseling, and the unique role that counselors have in freedom and liberation movements.
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. Dr. Singh has served as President for SAIGE (formerly ALGBTIC) and SACES, and has held multiple other leadership roles within ACES and ACA. Dr. Singh is the author of The Racial Healing Handbook and the Queer and Trans Resilience Workbook. Dr. Singh is @anneliesesingh on Twitter and Instagram.