I’m super excited because I’m interviewing a new pal and someone whose work I deeply admire, Dr. Mariel Buquè, on today’s episode of The Terri Cole Show.
Mariel is an Afro-Dominican Psychologist and educator. She helps healing wounds of intergenerational trauma for BIPOC (Black and Indigenous People of Color).
There is such a need for her skills during this unprecedented time. Mariel talks about how to learn about privilege and integrate racial justice dialogue into our daily lives. She also talks about the harm of institutional policies that create the oppressive structures that we see today, and much more.
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“When you do not have interactions with a subset of people enough, you operate from a stereotype perspective.” – Dr. Mariel Buquè
What is intergenerational trauma?
The danger of implicit biases and microaggressions
How to heal from intergenerational trauma
The importance of understanding your privileges
What is white guilt?
The meaning of corrective emotional experience
How to integrate racial dialogue into your workplace
The danger of institutional policies
“Sometimes we forget that we have a whole human in front of us that has a very specific set of experiences, and all those need to be honored in a therapeutic frame.” – Dr. Mariel Buquè
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“The lens need to shift.” – Dr. Mariel Buquè