Time & Dates
9:00 AM – 11:00 AM Pacific Time
Three Saturdays: Oct 30, Nov 13 & 27
$75 USD for the series
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What We'll Learn Together
"A small act is worth a million thoughts." - Ai Weiwei
This class is designed to support white people to be better anti-racists. In a welcoming, non-judgmental atmosphere, we will learn together.
The hardest things to see are our own privilege and strengths. Process work has tools to help us see our strengths and privileges, as well as where we feel low-rank.
“…the tiniest bit of power is all we need to satisfy our self-interest at the expense of someone else. And it can happen without us even knowing it. With the best of intentions, we commit little acts of corruption daily.” – Julie Diamond
“In the End, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.” – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Racism is a problem nearly everywhere in the world, resulting in great harm to people of colour. To overcome this, whites must become aware of our conditioning and emotions around race, and use our privileges to support structural changes. For most (or many) whites, this task is very challenging and can lead to uncomfortable feelings, such as confusion, anger, fear. As a result, many are not optimally effective as anti-racists or eventually abandon the task altogether.
We, Catharine and Herb, are colleagues, therapists, and Process Workers who want to become better anti-racists and support other white folks on this path. The awareness skills of process work are helpful to us, and we hope you’ll find them helpful too. We see the limitations of what we can teach as white people. Racialized people have an expertise that white people can not acquire. Racism is personally, relationally, culturally and environmentally damaging. We believe that Process Work tools can support the life-long endeavours of anti-racism and social justice, and help to heal some of the racial divisions
This class is designed to support white people to increase our awareness of racism, our reactions and how we interact in relationships. In a welcoming, non-judgmental atmosphere, we will learn together. All are welcome, whether new to anti-racism, or with years of experience fighting for social justice. We will explore what it means to be white, explore our personal discomfort, practice working with these obstacles, and discover our individual ways of being activists.
We designed the classes to give you tools to explore our inner selves, and see how it might be connected make anti-racism, and other social justice work, personally sustainable. Proceeds from this class will be used to sponsor anti-racism events on Processwork Online.
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Herbalist, Process-oriented Therapist
Herb McDonald, Dipl. PW and Masters in Social Work, has been in love with the Process Work paradigm since 1990. He has had a lifelong fascination with the human body and the relationship between consciousness and the body. He has studied, practiced, and taught yoga for many years. Currently, he has a Process Work practice with individuals and couples and a private practice as a Clinical Herbalist.
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Catharine is a co-founder of Processwork Online, an educator, facilitator and therapist. She works with individuals and couples, facilitates teams, and coaches entrepreneurs. She works with neurodiverse couples and individuals, to help them navigate life and have better relationships.
She currently lives in Toronto, Canada, covered by the unfulfilled Treaty 13 with the Mississaugas of the Credit.
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