In partnership with the Kingston Women’s History Club, Georgia Highlands College will host baseball historian, Ted Knorr. Ted will give a presentation titled, Rap’s Rap: Life and Times of Herbert Alphonso “Rap” Dixon. Rap Dixon embarked on his career as a standout right fielder in the Negro League at the age of 14. He is […]
Thanks to all those who attended the lecture. You can find a link to the recording below: Topic: DEI Lecture–Unsung Moments in African American History: The Life and Legacy of John Loyd Atkinson, Sr. Start Time: Feb 18, 2022 09:33 AM Meeting Recording: https://highlands.zoom.us/rec/share/fylIp3WMJDapdmZEA1L0O_dF5oVx8X1VNhF9dWiQIU7Fg4wW49TkVr3NPO2zmdjH.oL1F17_A1jOY9UdA Access Passcode: NV#!9Q28
Georgia Highlands College Celebrates Black History Counteracting Biases Friday, February 25th 10am-11am (VIRTUAL ZOOM WORKSHOP) Dr. Bentley Gibson (Associate Professor of Psychology at Georgia Highlands College) will lead this one-hour workshop for your organization. The workshop will expose participants to information about Black history that highlights Black people as contributors to American society and the […]
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Speaker: Unsung Moments in African American History: The Life and Legacy of John Loyd Atkinson, Sr. Speaker: Emma Harris, Daughter of John Loyd Atkinson, Sr. Friday, Feb. 18th, 10:00-11:30a Click here to register for event and to receive Zoom link. Zoom link will be provided to participants 24 hours before presentation. “As Allatoona […]
If you missed the workshop on Friday , the link is provided below: “Addressing Racial Trauma in the Therapy Setting: Helping Counselors have Difficult Conversations About Race To Achieve Positive Therapeutic Outcomes” * The first 5 minutes and 40 seconds is Dorothy Morgan and me working. We forgot to turn off our cameras. Meeting Recording: […]
You don’t have to be interested in counseling or therapy to attend or to learn something from the workshop. If you’ve ever had a conversation with a loved one, a friend, or maybe a classmate or acquaintance or student about a difficult topic, this may be a good way to practice being a better listener […]
“Addressing Racial Trauma in the Therapy Setting: Helping Counselors Have Difficult Conversations about Race to Achieve Positive Therapeutic Outcomes”
September 24, 2021 9:00a-12:00p
Describe Racial Trauma and Its Impact on the Mental Health of BIPOC Clients
Identify how Race discussions can be different for White and BIPOC Counselors
Describe Cultural Humility and its Application when discussing Race in Therapy.
Sponsored by: The Georgia College Counseling Association and Georgia Highlands College-School of Social Sciences and Education
Presented by: Dr. Rhonda Perry Rivers, Licensed Psychologist
Free to GHC Community & GCCA members.
CEs: Earn 3 CEs
Zoom link will be provided 24 hours before workshop.
For More Information Contact: Dorothy Morgan at email@example.com
September 24, 2021 9:00a-12:00p
The first Pride march in New York City was held on June 28, 1970 to commemorate a series of clashes between police and LGBTQ+ protestors. This six-day skirmish, known as the Stonewall Uprising of 1969, reshaped LGBTQ+ activism in the U.S. Visit the Library of Congress website to learn more about the origins […]
Thanks to everyone who attended the latest SSE Speaker Series. Lots of great information and an awesome discussion. Please complete this very brief evaluation of lecture. Use this link: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=t1SBf6N3yUeSVeI-xdaVGQ4298i9Y7NDm-b_qGpeoBxUNlUxTFRIVVNTSjVVVU43TUY4Sk5HV1Y2SS4u Topic: GHC SSE Speaker Series: Land Sovereignty and Healing Meeting Recording: https://highlands.zoom.us/rec/share/2v7Ese2TtVPyTdiLCnTwJqVO30tymGAyWIFJ0pvxaNIQQYI3XFWi9JRbp-LSuOKB.6LPBOpYGhbc_1OxK Access Passcode: cLtm6E$N
Please join us on Friday, February 19th, 10-11:30a for the next lecture in the Social Science and Education speaker series on racism and social justice. The speaker will be Dr. Seneca Vaught, Associate Professor of History and Interdisciplinary Studies, Kennesaw State University. The title of the lecture: Talk is Not Cheap: Improving Campus Conversations on […]