We all have our blindspots – and by definition it’s nearly impossible to become aware of them without help.
In the video below, Raymond Rodriguez, LCSW-R will get into why it’s important for therapists to work on their own blindspots and racial biases.
Beyond that, he’ll talk about the problem with saying “I don’t see color” and share the approach he uses when a client expresses this line of thinking in a session.
What are your biggest takeaways from the video with Raymond? Please let us know by leaving a comment below.
If you found this helpful, here are a few more resources you might be interested in:
Working with the Trauma of Racism
When Racism Triggers Emotional Reactivity
Moving from Cultural Competence to Antiracism
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