May 6 – June 10, 2023
Saturdays, May 6 through June 10, 8:30 am - 10:30 am, PDT
We often either don’t know why what we said or did is being called a microaggression, or we’re desperately resisting any possible inference that might lead to someone judging our behavior as racist. So how and where can we learn more? Join us for this five part series to explore the challenges of responding to microaggressions from the perspective of the person making them, the person watching them or the person experiencing them. Learn skills to help you regain choice and effectiveness when responding to improve your chances of creating connection while attending to the needs of those most impacted. Our empathic but direct coaching will help create the shifts in awareness you're seeking.