Healing from Racial Trauma

Healing from Racial Trauma

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Healing from Racial Trauma

An online workshop over two days (19th February/ 26th February) on 'understanding racism and overcoming the impact of it'.

An in-depth workshop delivered by Dr. Mustapha Sheikh, and Aamna Khokhar. 

Event date : Saturday 19/02/22 (10am - 2pm) and Saturday 26/02/22 (10am - 2pm) 

Delivery method: Zoom

Cost: £FREE! 

Racism is a system of dominance, power, and privilege based on racial group designations . . . where members of the dominant group create or accept their societal privilege by maintaining structures, ideology, values, and behaviour that have the intent or effect of leaving nondominant-group members relatively excluded from power, esteem, status, and/or equal access to societal resources.
Harrell, 2000

Unchecked the trauma of microaggressions and racially motivated encounters can leave one feeling disconnected, unsure of themselves and viscerally affected. This workshop creates definition and clarity around racism, what it is, the impact it has and how to overcome it. The workshops are a weekend session informing attendees on how to use language to connect with their own experiences, the practical exercises are designed to facilitate release and give rise to purpose.

About Mustapha Sheikh

Mustapha Sheikh is Associate Professor of Islamic Thought and Muslim Societies in the School of Languages, Cultures and Societies at the University of Leeds. He is currently Director of the Arabic, Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies subject area and Co-Director of the Iqbal Centre for Critical Muslim Studies. His areas of expertise include Muslim law and legal theory, Islamic reformist thought, Critical Muslim Studies and Islamic finance. His publications include Ottoman Puritanism and Its Discontents (Oxford University Press) and A Treasury of Ibn Taymiyyah: His Timeless Thought and Wisdom (Kube Publishers)

LinkedIn
https://www.linkedin.com/in/mustapha-sheikh-0b1990a8

m.sheikh@leeds.ac.uk
iqbalcentre.leeds.ac.uk

 

About Aamna Khokhar 

Aamna is a qualified Life Coach and has over 10 years of experience in the field of Psychology, Coaching and Mentoring. Aamna uses tools from Neurolinguistic Programming, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Perspective Taking and Effective Listening in her Life Coaching sessions, and is the founder and director of Leaf Coaching.