Mindful Anti-Racism for White People:
Entering the Stream to
Become an Effective Ally
4-class series on Thursday PM
July 9, 16, 23 and 30, 2020
Please register at sbmg.org
or email with questions
"Andrew Bein is the finest presenter of any seminar I have attended in many years"
Victoria Hass, Clinical Psychologist, Chicago, IL
My commitment is for DBT and mindfulness approaches to be available and accessible for diverse communities and for clinicians to develop and grow in their capacities to deliver trauma-informed services and to emotionally sustain themselves through the rigors of community service. I am presenting a four-class series in July oriented for white people to bring mindfulness practice to bear on privilege and racism in service of becoming an effective ally for people of color.
I have provided DBT workshops in 30+ states through PESI. I am also available to conduct site-based training and capacity-building appropriate to your site’s needs.
“This was an excellent program. Very pertinent and practical to my work as a clinician in a psychiatry/medical setting. Exactly what I was hoping for!" Gary Robertson, MFT, San Diego
"Thanks for such a great training. It was life changing!"
Annie Williams, MA, Licensed Psychologist, Clinical Sup'v. Woodside Juvenile Center, VT
Whether conducting a site-based or regional training or leading a DBT or mindfulness group, my efforts focus on inspiring diverse clients, practitioners, and community members to integrate approaches and skills that are meaningful and transformative
Some insight regarding my clinical approaches are available through two critically acclaimed books - published by Wiley :
Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Wellness and Recovery: Interventions and Activities for Diverse Client Needs
Zen of Helping: Spiritual Principles for Mindful and Open-Hearted Practice.
2241 4th Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95818