Through this interactive workshop participants will gain critical consciousness of systemic racial inequity. Participants will have the opportunity to reflect on and deconstruct racism-related constructs as well as develop new knowledge about how to heal racial inequities. This workshop includes introspective journaling, cross-racial dialogue, perspective-taking, and collective problem-solving. At the conclusion of the workshop, participants will feel more knowledgeable about their own implicit biases, racial identity, and institutional policies and practices that are oppressive. Participants may feel more comfortable and confident in their ability to have constructive cross-racial dialogue and feel more capable of antiracism work.

TOPICS COVERED: Racial identity, racial socialization, implicit bias, microaggressions, racism

INTENDED AUDIENCE: Individuals from all racial/ethnic backgrounds


  • Reflect on and deconstruct racism-related constructs and why this knowledge is important for people of color and White people.
  • Facilitate introspection about personal racial identity and give some examples of what racial identity development looks like in the real world for people of color and White people.
  • Explore the racial socialization people of color and White people have received, including internalized privilege (dominance) and internalized oppression.
  • Collaboratively explore how racial healing involves acknowledging the grief that can come with deep learning, examination, and understanding of racism.


  • Increase awareness and knowledge of racial inequities
  • Build confidence in cross-racial dialogue about race and racism

FORMAT: Live interactive webinar ("Synchronous") on Zoom

DURATION: 4-hour course

WHEN: Ongoing


INVESTMENT: C$ontact for pricing

Workshop Facilitator

Ciera Lewis, MA

CIERA LEWIS is a doctoral student in the Clinical-Community Psychology PhD program at Georgia State University. She specializes in helping clients build skills to manage racial or cultural stress, explore racial/ethnic identity development, acculturation issues and family dynamics. She has years of experience helping clients navigate life transitions, identify their life purpose, and seek more fulfilling relationships with others as they simultaneously heal from depression, anxiety, or trauma. She is passionate about promoting wellness through a social justice lens by being attentive to issues related to identity in therapy sessions. Under clinical supervision, she uses a combination of evidence-based approaches and techniques to help clients heal: Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), and mindfulness. Ciera is also a registered yoga and meditation teacher and infuses these practices into treatment. She works with individuals, couples, and families from diverse backgrounds.During her free time, Ciera enjoys hiking, yoga, and creating art. Contact: [email protected]

Explore racial healing

Collaboratively acknowledge the grief that can come with deep learning, examination, and understanding of racism.

Facilitate introspection of personal racial identity

Explore ways that racial identity development looks different for people of color and White people.

Explore types of racial socialization

Understand how racial socialization leads to internalized privilege and internalized oppression.

For information about our Corporate Workshops, please contact our office at:

(770) 284-1044