Microaggressions or Microinequities are the “unintentional or intentional slights, hurtful words, put downs and/or insults that trigger an emotional response from the person to whom it is directed.” If left unaddressed over a period of time, the impact (which are often invisible to the naked eye), can be devastating to a person’s mental and physical health with long-term consequences. In this four hour workshop, discover the relationship between implicit or unconscious bias and microaggressions:

• What are the different types of microaggressions? What causes them? And what is the impact they have on individuals’ emotional and physical health? How about its effects on equities related to race, gender, age and sexual orientation?
• How do we identify and address the behaviors associated with the term and how do we disrupt them when they happen?
• Apply tools and skills to minimize the impact of microaggressions, whether you’re an unintentional perpetrator, or a bystander, or a recipient.
• Participants will get the opportunity to learn from each other through stories, discussions and experiential activities

This workshop fulfills a requirement for 40-hour Domestic Violence Advocate Training

We welcome participants with special needs. Please let us know if we need to make any arrangements. Please contact Dara Snyder at daras@ywcapdx.org or (503) 294-7395

Pricing and Registration

For any questions regarding registration, please contact Dara Snyder at daras@ywcapdx.org or (503) 294-7395.

Date & Time

  • Thursday, April 27, 2017
  • 10:00am to 3:00pm (with a one-hour lunch break from 12:00pm to 1:00pm.)

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Presenter and Contact Info

  • Presented by Lillian Tsai, founder of TsaiComms
  • Contact Us
    Email: training@ywcapdx.org
    Phone: (503) 294-7395