JULY 6, 2022
Register Link: Virtual
Questions? Elizabeth O’Toole (email@example.com) Chair, WIM HSC Speaker Series
The current understanding and practice of mainstream self-care is rooted in privilege, capitalism, and colonialism. Self-care is often presented as an individualistic approach to supporting one person’s mental health. Self-care alone fails to acknowledge a) the overlapping systems of oppression that affect well-being and b) the role of community care. Collectively, we will dismantle self-care through exploration of anti-oppression frameworks: Trauma Stewardship, Healing Justice, and Community Cultural Wealth.