Book Review: Aspergers On the Job by Rudy Simone

Asperger’s On The Job by Rudy Simone What I love about Toronto Public Libraries is that I can access a large volume of books. So when I found out that they had quite a few books on Aspergers I ordered all of them. So far, this is the only one I have managed to finishContinue reading “Book Review: Aspergers On the Job by Rudy Simone”

Being a Culturally Competent Psychotherapist #2

Over the last few weeks, I have been listening to podcasts and watching videos which has helped me to explore my blind spots and make an effort towards being more trauma-informed, and sensitive to the needs of BIPOC clients. My experience with educating myself has shaken quite a few notions, and confirmed others. More importantly,Continue reading “Being a Culturally Competent Psychotherapist #2”

Being a Culturally Competent Psychotherapist

The murder of George Flyod and the surging Black Lives Matter Movement has got therapists around the world actively talking about being more culturally competent in their practice. I wish, from the depths of my heart, that this is not a just a momentary, performative decision, but a lifelong commitment to be more culturally inclusive.Continue reading “Being a Culturally Competent Psychotherapist”