NESTTD

NEW ENGLAND SOCIETY FOR THE TREATMENT
OF TRAUMA AND DISSOCIATION




AEDP

Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy

In Solidarity. Black Lives Matter.

As a faculty, as an Institute and as individuals, we are committed to do our own work

We recognize the importance of ongoing work with anti-racism training, practices and processes. The AEDP Institute faculty and admin recently participated in “Groundwater” antiracism training with the Racial Equity Institute (REI). We plan to continue training in antiracism and engage with various organizations, leaders and teachers in the years ahead.

We are committed to develop new programs and policies to increase sense of safety, voice and leadership for self-identified Black community members in all aspects of AEDP Institute sponsored courses, training and supervision, with a more inviting fee structure to be developed with community input. We want our trainings to be as safe as possible, as well as welcoming and affordable so that Black therapists want to come to us for training and want to make AEDP their psychotherapy home.

Making the implicit explicit, in acknowledgment of the immeasurable toll of systemic racism, we are changing our policy, practice and language with respect to course fees for Black mental health professionals: as of July 1, 2020, we invite Black professionals to participate in AEDP sponsored online seminars and courses on a ‘pay-what-you-wish’ basis; no application required.

We are currently offering Increased accessibility for Black community members to AEDP supervision to facilitate the path to certification and leadership. 

a) The AEDP Institute will sponsor a BIPOC majority pay-what-you-wish, faculty-led Online Core Training

b) We are working hard to increase the number of BIPOC Experiential Assistants in AEDP trainings.

c) We have partnered with mental health organizations committed to anti-racism work and organizations primarily composed of BIPOC clinicians and trainers.

We invite you to join us!

Contact Us: Email (AEDP Administrator): admin@aedpinstitute.org


EMDR

Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing

The Time is Now- A Call for Change

We recognize that systemic racism has created many social barriers for Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC). One of these includes professional education for the treatment of trauma. In response to this ongoing crisis, EMDR trainers and training programs are creating scholarships for clinicians who wish to be trained in EMDR and who will use their clinical skills to dismantle systemic racism. We are dedicated to supporting this cultural change by providing those clinicians with the healing power of EMDR.

Please see below the various offerings to BIPOC clinicians

1.     Scholarship Fund for BIPOC Clinicians | Rebecca Kase & CO.

rebeccakase.com/scholarship-fund-bipoc-clinicians

Scholarship Fund for BIPOC Clinicians. This Scholarship Fund was created to support colleagues of color advance in EMDR. At Rebecca Kase & CO, we recognize that systemic racism has created many social barriers for Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC). One of these includes education.

2.     EMDR Basic Training Schedule | Basic & Advance EMDR Training ...

emdrprofessionaltraining.com/basic-training-schedule

Application for BIPOC scholarship EMDR Professional Training™ is committed to ensuring that BIPOC clinicians, clinicians that work with the BIPOC community, or clinicians that serve marginalized or under-served communities are offered opportunities to train in culturally competent EMDR therapy.

3.     The Time is Now. A Call for Change. - EMDR Therapy Training

www.emdr-training.net/the-time-is-now-a-call-for...

We are working on creating scholarships for clinicians who wish to be trained in EMDR and who will use their clinical skills to dismantle systemic racism. We are dedicated to supporting this cultural change by providing those clinicians with the healing power of EMDR.

4.     EMDR Therapy Training for BIPOC Clinicians Part I April/June ...

icm.thinkific.com/courses/emdr-therapy-training...

This training space is specifically held for clinicians identifying as Black, Indigenous, Latinx, Asian and other traditionally underrepresented persons of color (BIPOC). We believe that creating this space for learning is valuable to our community and works to fully realize our commitment to Social Justice by actively promoting diversity ...

5.     Scholarships — LoveYourBrain

www.loveyourbrain.com/scholarships

Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC): Due to impacts of structural racism, there is a lack of diversity in white-majority yoga and healthcare spaces. To increase diversity and equity, we offer sliding scale scholarship opportunities for BIPOC who are deeply committed to supporting the TBI community in the long term through yoga and ...

6.     Application | COMBO/ASSYST-R Scholarship | English

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The Scholarship Fund provides partial scholarships to licensed mental health professionals. Priority is given to Black, Indigenous, other people of color (BIPOC), LGBTQ+, disabled and other minoritized clinicians. Scholarships are awarded on a first come, first served basis.

IFS

Internal Family Systems

IFS Institute is committed to expanding diversity and broadening inclusion within the IFS community and among participants in IFS trainings. IFS Institute offers an IFS Training Scholarship Policy as a holistic approach to expanding training affordability for those with economic challenges and additional support for traditionally underrepresented populations, including people of color.

 

IFS Institute may provide a tuition reduction for Racial/LGBTQ scholarship.

Applicants may receive up to a 60% tuition scholarship. While scholarships are available, IFS Institute will continue to use economic need as the primary criterion for awarding financial support.

For questions about need-based scholarships: training@selfleadership.org, 708.383.2519

 

· Note: Only submit a scholarship application if you have also submitted a training program application. We will review your scholarship application if you are accepted into the training. If you are accepted to the training’s waiting list, we will review your scholarship application if/when you get a space in the training itself.

Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute

SPI

SPI acknowledges the complex and institutional barriers that have historically impeded BIPOC therapists from joining and contributing to SPI and larger trauma-informed educational spaces.

To expand access to our highly acclaimed mind-body talk therapy approach, we offer BIPOC Scholarships to address a financial barrier that BIPOC may face when seeking to study SP.

This is not the only barrier we seek to remove.

As an organization, we are prioritizing growing our collective community in a way that is centered in Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Anti-racism. Our Trainers, our Colleagues, and our Advisors are self-identified BIPOC members. It is SPI’s aim to ensure we cultivate and sustain an environment where BIPOC can feel supported, seen and heard – and carry that forward in serving BIPOC client populations.

Please note our Scholarship offerings

BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) Scholarship

The BIPOC Scholarship is a partial tuition award for SP Trauma Themes (Level I) training participants in financial need who identify as BIPOC and that provide mental health services to diverse populations.

Scholarship Amount

Everyone’s needs and situations are different. Please let us know how much scholarship assistance you need and why. The possibilities are: 30%, 50%, and 80%.

Preconditions to Eligibility

Candidates must meet the following preconditions to be eligible for consideration for the scholarship:

·        Applied and accepted into an upcoming SP for Trauma Themes course

·        Identify as BIPOC and provide mental health services to diverse populations

·        Be a licensed mental health professional, or professional on track for licensure

·        Provide proof of licensure (or proof of work being done to obtain licensure)

·        Submit a completed application to financialaid@sensorimotor.org

How to Apply

First, you need to submit the standard enrollment application ($25) to gain acceptance into an upcoming SP for Trauma Themes course.

Once enrolled, to be considered for the Scholarship candidates must complete and submit the following Application, along with the requisite documents constituting proof of eligibility (see ‘Preconditions to Eligibility’), to financialaid@sensorimotor.org.

1: Please let us know more about you. We want to know about and are interested in your cultural/ethnic background, previous education and training, and any ways that you are giving back to your community.

2: Please explain how receiving the SP training could benefit your practice and the clients in your community.

3: Tell us how much scholarship assistance you need and why. The possibilities are: 30%, 50%, and 80%.

4: Tell us what training are you enrolled in (level, location or time zone, and start date)

We are excited to know and work with you!



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