ORIGINAL DATE OF WEBINAR:
October 9, 2020
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Workshop Title: Supervising in Difficult Times
Presented By: Alex Iantaffi, PhD, MS, CST, SEP, LMFT
Workshop Description: Both supervisors and supervisees often share marginalized identities with their clients, as well as with one another. In this session we will discuss the impact of systemic oppression on the supervisory relationship from a range of perspectives. We will also address how the supervisory relationship is impacted by what is happening in the broader societal, cultural and political contexts. This session will include both didactic and interactive content. Both supervisors and supervisees are welcome to attend this session.
Workshop Objectives: The objective of this session is to develop the space for a systemic and reflective conversation about power, privilege and oppression in the context of the supervisory relationship. I believe these types of conversations around power and systems to be foundational to the practice of marriage and family therapy. The content will be particularly suitable for supervisors who may hold dominant societal identities while working with supervisees with marginalized identities and may not be aware of their implicit bias and/or know how to address these topics within the context of supervision.
Presenter Bio: Alex Iantaffi, PhD, MS, SEP, CST, LMFT is a certified sex therapist, family therapist, Somatic ExperiencingⓇ practitioner, clinical supervisor, writer and independent scholar. They are adjunct faculty at the University of Wisconsin-Stout and the chair elect for the Trans and Queer interest network of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. They were the Editor-in-Chief for the Journal of Sexual and Relationship Therapy for eleven years and have researched, presented and published extensively on gender, disability, sexuality, relationships, and HIV. Alex is passionate about healing justice and community-based and engaged scholarship. They are a trans masculine, nonbinary, bi queer, disabled, Italian immigrant who has been living on Dakota and Anishinaabe territories, currently known as Minneapolis, MN (US) since 2008. Alex has co-authored the books “How to Understand Your Gender: a practical guide for exploring who you are” and “Life Isn’t Binary” with Meg-John Barker (Jessica Kingsley Publishers). They host the podcast Gender Stories. You can find out more about them at www.alexiantaffi.com or follow them on Twitter @xtaffi