Check out what we have to offer! Whether you're an individual looking to expand your knowledge and allyship in relationship to historically disenfranchised human beings, or a mental health or social work professional seeking meaningful continuing education that goes beyond checking the boxes, we've got something for you!
When you complete registration for an online training or course, you will receive a PDF ticket which contains your access link and password. You will also receive an additional email with helpful information about your training or course.
We are offering small group registration for select trainings. For trainings where group registration is available. Select up to 20 tickets in our group registration event. The number of tickets purchased must match the number of people in your group. A $2 additional fee is included in each ticket for group registrations. If you have a group larger than 20 people that you would like to register for a training, please visit our Group Training page.
Current Trainings and Courses
- Mon, Nov 01Online EventNov 01, 2021, 5:00 PM – Dec 31, 2022, 5:00 PMOnline EventThese one-hour webinars include pre-recorded content and supplemental materials focusing on a range of topics designed to improve cultural humility and your therapeutic knowledgebase. A certificate of completion noting contact hours earned will be provided upon completion of the quiz and survey.
- Mon, Nov 01Online Asynchronous CourseNov 01, 2021, 5:00 PM MDT – Dec 31, 2021, 5:00 PM MSTOnline Asynchronous CourseThis 4.5 hour asynchronous course uncovering and discovering the historical and more recent racial disparities in healthcare will unpack ideology and narratives surrounding race and pain, and will discuss the practice of forced sterilization.
- Wed, Nov 17Online Asynchronous CourseNov 17, 2021, 5:00 PM MST – Dec 31, 2021, 5:00 PM MSTOnline Asynchronous CourseThis 4.5 hour asynchronous course uncovering and discovering the historical and more recent racial disparities in healthcare will unpack ideology and narratives surrounding race and pain, and will discuss the practice of forced sterilization.
Intended Audience: This training is appropriate for anyone seeking to improve their knowledge about Black history and improve their allyship with the Black community.
Professionals in any field and the general public are welcome.
This course will challenge you to break the cycle of isolating Black excellence and history into a month’s worth of time, once a year. Black history is more. We challenge you to break the cycle of white America’s continuous attempts to make up for centuries of Black oppression cosigned with heinous behaviors like racism and discrimination. You can also look forward to meaningful engagement and difficult moments of reflection that will contribute to an abundance of growth in both your personal and professional life.