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Building racial equity - the ID project
Learn more about your bias - Implicit Bias Tests (Harvard)
An essay - with resources - for the beginning anti-racist in all of us. Written by Dr Donohoe and includes candid conversation and a few of my favorite resources
Science-based practices for a meaningful life, curated by the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley.
An essay I wrote as part of the 'Let's talk about Race' series from PublicSource
Julian Treasure offers a 5 minute Ted Talk on ways to be a better listener. Take the time. Hone the skill.
Forbes article which places the impetus for improved D+I practice at the core of the company. Give it a think.
An older article (2014) - but I love the important notion that bias can become internalized - and thus
This article is a great primer for our day together - it talks about common reactions to anti-racist experiences in clear language. One of my perennial favorites.
academic publications by doctor Kelly
Selected readings from the field
I am a fan of research. It informs our work and helps to answer the essential question - 'why do you do what you do'. Whether in individual therapy or while consulting with a large organization - being aware of current research is essential to success and positive outcomes. Therefore, I approach each client, situation, and opportunity as a research question.
Here are some of the articles that inform my work. I work hard to stay abreast of the most current trends in psychological research. Additionally, as you can see from this site - it is also essential to read read read what is being offered in policy rags, business magazines, and trade publications - not to mention influential and thoughtful blogs.
If you see something you think I ought to read, please send it to me. Thank you.
Below are a FEW articles I love, and I will add and add all the files in my cabinet to share with you until this page runs a mile long. :) The facts are friendly. Also, scroll over the images at the top of the page for other links, etc.
As always, please reach out with discussion, questions, rants, and additions.