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Terms of Use

Welcome to Culture Ally!

These terms and conditions outline the rules and regulations for the use of Culture Ally’s website, located at https://cultureally.org/.

By accessing this website we assume you accept these terms and conditions. Do not continue to use Culture Ally if you do not agree to take all of the terms and conditions stated on this page.

The following terminology applies to these Terms and Conditions, Privacy Statement and Disclaimer Notice and all Agreements: “Client”, “You” and “Your” refers to you, the person logged on this website and compliant to the Company’s terms and conditions. “The Company”, “Ourselves”, “We”, “Our” and “Us”, refers to our Company. “Party”, “Parties”, or “Us”, refers to both the Client and ourselves. All terms refer to the offer, acceptance and consideration of payment necessary to undertake the process of our assistance to the Client in the most appropriate manner for the express purpose of meeting the Client’s needs in respect of provision of the Company’s stated services, in accordance with and subject to, prevailing law of Netherlands. Any use of the above terminology or other words in the singular, plural, capitalization and/or he/she or they, are taken as interchangeable and therefore as referring to same.

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We employ the use of cookies. By accessing Culture Ally, you agreed to use cookies in agreement with the Culture Ally’s Privacy Policy.

Most interactive websites use cookies to let us retrieve the user’s details for each visit. Cookies are used by our website to enable the functionality of certain areas to make it easier for people visiting our website. Some of our affiliate/advertising partners may also use cookies.

License

Unless otherwise stated, Culture Ally and/or its licensors own the intellectual property rights for all material on Culture Ally. All intellectual property rights are reserved. You may access this from Culture Ally for your own personal use subjected to restrictions set in these terms and conditions.

You must not:

  • Republish material from Culture Ally
  • Sell, rent or sub-license material from Culture Ally
  • Reproduce, duplicate or copy material from Culture Ally
  • Redistribute content from Culture Ally

Parts of this website offer an opportunity for users to post and exchange opinions and information in certain areas of the website. Culture Ally does not filter, edit, publish or review Comments prior to their presence on the website. Comments do not reflect the views and opinions of Culture Ally, its agents and/or affiliates. Comments reflect the views and opinions of the person who post their views and opinions. To the extent permitted by applicable laws, Culture Ally shall not be liable for the Comments or for any liability, damages or expenses caused and/or suffered as a result of any use of and/or posting of and/or appearance of the Comments on this website.

Culture Ally reserves the right to monitor all Comments and to remove any Comments which can be considered inappropriate, offensive or causes breach of these Terms and Conditions.

You warrant and represent that:

  • You are entitled to post the Comments on our website and have all necessary licenses and consents to do so;
  • The Comments do not invade any intellectual property right, including without limitation copyright, patent or trademark of any third party;
  • The Comments do not contain any defamatory, libelous, offensive, indecent or otherwise unlawful material which is an invasion of privacy
  • The Comments will not be used to solicit or promote business or custom or present commercial activities or unlawful activity.

You hereby grant Culture Ally a non-exclusive license to use, reproduce, edit and authorize others to use, reproduce and edit any of your Comments in any and all forms, formats or media.

Hyperlinking to our Content

The following organizations may link to our Website without prior written approval:

  • Government agencies;
  • Search engines;
  • News organizations;
  • Online directory distributors may link to our Website in the same manner as they hyperlink to the Websites of other listed businesses; and
  • System wide Accredited Businesses except soliciting non-profit organizations, charity shopping malls, and charity fundraising groups which may not hyperlink to our Web site.

These organizations may link to our home page, to publications or to other Website information so long as the link: (a) is not in any way deceptive; (b) does not falsely imply sponsorship, endorsement or approval of the linking party and its products and/or services; and (c) fits within the context of the linking party’s site.

We may consider and approve other link requests from the following types of organizations:

  • commonly-known consumer and/or business information sources;
  • dot.com community sites;
  • associations or other groups representing charities;
  • online directory distributors;
  • internet portals;
  • accounting, law and consulting firms; and
  • educational institutions and trade associations.

We will approve link requests from these organizations if we decide that: (a) the link would not make us look unfavorably to ourselves or to our accredited businesses; (b) the organization does not have any negative records with us; (c) the benefit to us from the visibility of the hyperlink compensates the absence of Cultureally; and (d) the link is in the context of general resource information.

These organizations may link to our home page so long as the link: (a) is not in any way deceptive; (b) does not falsely imply sponsorship, endorsement or approval of the linking party and its products or services; and (c) fits within the context of the linking party’s site.

If you are one of the organizations listed in paragraph 2 above and are interested in linking to our website, you must inform us by sending an e-mail to Cultureally. Please include your name, your organization name, contact information as well as the URL of your site, a list of any URLs from which you intend to link to our Website, and a list of the URLs on our site to which you would like to link. Wait 2-3 weeks for a response.

Approved organizations may hyperlink to our Website as follows:

  • By use of our corporate name; or
  • By use of the uniform resource locator being linked to; or
  • By use of any other description of our Website being linked to that makes sense within the context and format of content on the linking party’s site.

No use of Cultureally’s logo or other artwork will be allowed for linking absent a trademark license agreement.

iFrames

Without prior approval and written permission, you may not create frames around our Webpages that alter in any way the visual presentation or appearance of our Website.

Content Liability

We shall not be hold responsible for any content that appears on your Website. You agree to protect and defend us against all claims that is rising on your Website. No link(s) should appear on any Website that may be interpreted as libelous, obscene or criminal, or which infringes, otherwise violates, or advocates the infringement or other violation of, any third party rights.

Your Privacy

Please read Privacy Policy

Reservation of Rights

We reserve the right to request that you remove all links or any particular link to our Website. You approve to immediately remove all links to our Website upon request. We also reserve the right to amen these terms and conditions and it’s linking policy at any time. By continuously linking to our Website, you agree to be bound to and follow these linking terms and conditions.

Removal of links from our website

If you find any link on our Website that is offensive for any reason, you are free to contact and inform us any moment. We will consider requests to remove links but we are not obligated to or so or to respond to you directly.

Disclaimer

To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, we exclude all representations, warranties and conditions relating to our website and the use of this website. Nothing in this disclaimer will:

  • limit or exclude our or your liability for death or personal injury;
  • limit or exclude our or your liability for fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation;
  • limit any of our or your liabilities in any way that is not permitted under applicable law; or
  • exclude any of our or your liabilities that may not be excluded under applicable law.

The limitations and prohibitions of liability set in this Section and elsewhere in this disclaimer: (a) are subject to the preceding paragraph; and (b) govern all liabilities arising under the disclaimer, including liabilities arising in contract, in tort and for breach of statutory duty.

As long as the website and the information and services on the website are provided free of charge, we will not be liable for any loss or damage of any nature.

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Mind-Body Healing for Racial Stress and Trauma

This workshop examines the definition of racism, explores the concept of white-body supremacy, and considers the physical impact of racial ideologies. In particular, it explores how racial conditioning and racial trauma have impacted American racial bodies. Additionally, it considers how race and racism are experienced and transferred physically and emotionally through the body.
This workshop also defines racial trauma and identifies how traumatic retentions impact individuals and racial groups. Participants practice mindful activities that help mitigate racial trauma and disperse traumatic retentions. These mindful activities will teach participants strategies to still the hyperaroused body, decrease racial distress, help connect racialized bodies, and help heal traumatic responses.

Antiracism Consultation Group 2

This consultation group provides an opportunity for clinicians to consider how issues of racial conditioning, racial distress, and racial trauma may be impacting current cases. There will be an opportunity for 2 case presentations utilizing a structured format. In addition, clinicians will consider which mindfulness and somatic healing tools may help with these cases, as well as other clinical considerations.

Enhancing Racial Emotional Intelligence and Awareness Through Mindful Practice

This workshop considers how mindfulness can support antiracist work and help participants engage race and racism in their clinical practice. We will explore triggering aspects of race and strategies for remaining present amid these challenges. This interactive workshop allows participants to practice meditative practices that (1) enhance racial emotional intelligence, (2) develop racial awareness, and (3) help clinicians manage racial distress. The workshop also considers the role of self-compassion and self-care to help clinicians develop a holistic approach to manage the intensity of working with race.

Antiracism Consultation Group 1

This consultation group will focus on cases in which clinicians are engaging triggering aspects of race, either themselves or with a client. There will be an opportunity for 2 case presentations utilizing a structured format. Clinicians will consider which mindfulness tools may help manage these cases, as well as other clinical considerations.

Culturally Responsive Counseling in Schools: A Social Justice Approach

This intermediate-level workshop is designed for counseling programs that provide services within the K-12 setting. The workshop begins with a review of bias and how a growth mindset offers a foundational approach for disrupting bias. It then moves into the concept of social justice and considers how it is at the center of a culturally responsive approach to school counseling. Next, it explores a social justice approach that looks at the similarities and differences of equality and equity in the school setting. Moving into treatment planning, clinicians will consider the role of advocacy, empowerment, consultation, and activism in addressing issues related to race. Finally, clinicians will engage in interactive simulations of intensive cross-cultural counseling issues that might occur in the district. Clinicians will be supported in devising interventions and utilizing mindfulness strategies to manage strong feelings.

Race Talk: Strategies for Effective Discussions around Race and Racism

Talking about race, racism and other issues related to cultural identities often causes people to feel anxious. This intermediate-level workshop identifies how “race talk” can be triggering and helps participants consider their capacities for these conversations. Participants explore their own race stories and explore how it feels to communicate these narratives. This workshop teaches participants how to better “read race” during any interpersonal interaction, address racial issues at the moment, and manage intense emotional feelings that arise during these moments. Participants learn mindful strategies for decreasing strong personal reactions, including empathy, self-compassion, mindful listening, and mindful meditative exercises. Importantly, this workshop also provides tools for keeping racial discussions safe and gracious, yet effective ways to engage an individual who says something that is racially offensive.

Culturally Responsive Counseling: Addressing Cultural Biases that Influence Clinical Practice

This beginner-level workshop begins with an informative overview of key concepts in antiracist clinical practice, including definitions of race, prejudice, discrimination, racism, and antiracism. It also explores the similarities and differences between the following concepts:
This workshop assists clinicians in identifying vocabulary for their approach to working with socially and culturally diverse clients. In addition, participants consider the ethical responsibilities of therapists concerning race, racism, and social justice. Clinicians engage in critical self-exploration, in which they explore their own biases as therapists. Finally, participants identify the racial issues they are most comfortable addressing as therapists and the topics about which they remain silent.

Culturally Responsive Self-Awareness: Mapping Cultural and Social Identities

This beginner-level workshop builds cultural awareness, one of the core competencies of culturally responsive counseling. It explains the concept of intersectionality and its applicability as a framework for engaging an individual’s diverse social and cultural identities. This interactive workshop invites participants to explore their intersecting identities and map their shifting locations as part of marginalized and privileged communities. Participants are encouraged to apply their reflections to their clinical practice by considering how their lived identities impact their clinical decisions and clients. Finally, participants are supported in identifying tangible ways to establish and maintain professional practices that build their cultural awareness.

Mind-Body Healing for Racial Stress andTrauma

This workshop examines the definition of racism, explores the concept of white-body supremacy, and considers the physical impact of racial ideologies. In particular, it explores how racial conditioning and racial trauma have impacted American racial bodies. Additionally, it considers how race and racism are experienced and transferred physically and emotionally through the body.
This workshop also defines racial trauma and identifies how traumatic retentions impact individuals and racial groups. Participants practice mindful activities that help mitigate racial trauma and disperse traumatic retentions. These mindful activities will teach participants strategies to still the hyperaroused body, decrease racial distress, help connect racialized bodies, and help heal traumatic responses.

Antiracism Consultation Group 2

This consultation group provides an opportunity for clinicians to consider how issues of racial conditioning, racial distress, and racial trauma may be impacting current cases. There will be an opportunity for 2 case presentations utilizing a structured format. In addition, clinicians will consider which mindfulness and somatic healing tools may help with these cases, as well as other clinical considerations.

Enhancing Racial Emotional Intelligence and Awareness Through Mindful Practice

This workshop considers how mindfulness can support antiracist work and help participants engage race and racism in their clinical practice. We will explore triggering aspects of race and strategies for remaining present amid these challenges. This interactive workshop allows participants to practice meditative practices that (1) enhance racial emotional intelligence, (2) develop racial awareness, and (3) help clinicians manage racial distress. The workshop also considers the role of self-compassion and self-care to help clinicians develop a holistic approach to manage the intensity of working with race.

Antiracism Consultation Group 1

This consultation group will focus on cases in which clinicians are engaging triggering aspects of race, either themselves or with a client. There will be an opportunity for 2 case presentations utilizing a structured format. Clinicians will consider which mindfulness tools may help manage these cases, as well as other clinical considerations.

Culturally Responsive Counseling in Schools: A Social Justice Approach

This intermediate-level workshop is designed for counseling programs that provide services within the K-12 setting. The workshop begins with a review of bias and how a growth mindset offers a foundational approach for disrupting bias. It then moves into the concept of social justice and considers how it is at the center of a culturally responsive approach to school counseling. Next, it explores a social justice approach that looks at the similarities and differences of equality and equity in the school setting. Moving into treatment planning, clinicians will consider the role of advocacy, empowerment, consultation, and activism in addressing issues related to race. Finally, clinicians will engage in interactive simulations of intensive cross-cultural counseling issues that might occur in the district. Clinicians will be supported in devising interventions and utilizing mindfulness strategies to manage strong feelings.

Race Talk: Strategies for Effective Discussions around Race and Racism

Talking about race, racism and other issues related to cultural identities often causes people to feel anxious. This intermediate-level workshop identifies how “race talk” can be triggering and helps participants consider their capacities for these conversations. Participants explore their own race stories and explore how it feels to communicate these narratives. This workshop teaches participants how to better “read race” during any interpersonal interaction, address racial issues at the moment, and manage intense emotional feelings that arise during these moments. Participants learn mindful strategies for decreasing strong personal reactions, including empathy, self-compassion, mindful listening, and mindful meditative exercises. Importantly, this workshop also provides tools for keeping racial discussions safe and gracious, yet effective ways to engage an individual who says something that is racially offensive.

Culturally Responsive Counseling: Addressing Cultural Biases that Influence Clinical Practice

This beginner-level workshop begins with an informative overview of key concepts in antiracist clinical practice, including definitions of race, prejudice, discrimination, racism, and antiracism. It also explores the similarities and differences between (1) Cultural Competence, (2) Cultural Humility and (3) Culturally Responsive.

Additionally, this workshop assists clinicians in identifying vocabulary for their approach to working with socially and culturally diverse clients. In addition, participants consider the ethical responsibilities of therapists concerning race, racism, and social justice. Clinicians engage in critical self-exploration, in which they explore their own biases as therapists. Finally, participants identify the racial issues they are most comfortable addressing as therapists and the topics about which they remain silent.

Culturally Responsive Self-Awareness: Mapping Cultural and Social Identities

This introductory-level workshop builds cultural awareness, one of the core competencies of culturally responsive counseling. This workshop defines key concepts related to cultural awareness including, intersectionality, privilege, marginalization, social identity, and power. This interactive workshop invites participants to explore their intersecting identities utilizing Pamela Hays’ ADDRESSING model and then map their shifting locations as part of marginalized and privileged communities. The workshop then considers the practice of personal disclosure of identity as part of psychological practice, and ethical considerations. Finally, tangible ways to establish and maintain professional practices that build their cultural awareness are offered for life-long learning and professional development.