Sunday Brunch : A Decolonized Space for Black Therapists, Counsellors, Healers and those who work with Black Folks

Black Daddies Club believes that the trauma that Black people experience can look and feel different than other folks who are not Black, we also feel it is important for people to engage in talk-therapy but we also recognize that there are other innovative therapeutic practices from around the world outside of talk-therapy that can be more impact-full to people from the African Diaspora.

The Black Daddies Club, will be introducing Sunday Brunch is a networking and knowledge sharing event for the purpose of decolonizing therapeutic strategies for Black, Indigenous and Racialized therapists, counsellors and healers. The event will focus on hearing the narratives and strategies from Black, Indigenous and Racialized therapists on best practices and innovative methods of working with the mental health of Black, Indigenous and racialized communities across various communities and geographies, with the goal of learning new ways for working with Black, Indigenous and Racialized communities.

This first Sunday Brunch will launch on Sunday August 11th 2024 and will include two panel discussions, which will feature panellists from Canada, USA and South Africa.

1) “What Strategies people should consider when working with Black men and Black boys?”

2)What are some things to consider if you want to grow your therapy practice? How does Innovation play a role in your therapy practice?

What: Sunday Brunch : A Decolonized Space for Black Therapists, Counsellors, Healers and those who work with Black Folks

Topic: Panel Discussion on What therapeutic strategies to consider when working with Black Men and Black Boys?

Hybrid (in-person and virtual)

When: Sunday, August 11th, 2024 (11am to 1:30pm)

Where: Movember Canada, Toronto, 588 Richmond Street West, Toronto,

Cost: Free with registration (food included with registration – for those who show up in person )

Why: Black Daddies Club, will be introducing Sunday Brunch which will be a networking and knowledge sharing event for the purpose of decolonizing therapeutic strategies for Black, Indigenous and Racialized therapists, counsellors and healers. 

The event is to launch the series that is also connected to the launch of The Revelry Group, which is a Employment Assistance Program (EAP) which works with Black, Racialized and Indigenous Counselors, Therapists and Healers.

Register below

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/926256737837?aff=oddtdtcreator – in-person

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/926270488967?aff=oddtdtcreator – virtual