Are you worried you acted in an unintentionally racist way to one of your family members?

You were either told by your family member or you suspect that you did.

What is Your Role to End Racism?

June 4, 2020
1:00 p.m. Mountain Standard Time

How does racism effect the family?

Racism damages family relationships by destroying trust. When you act in racist ways, you are inflicting learned racism along with emotional pain from a history of trauma onto your family members.

How can therapy help?

Therapy will help you repair the damage you’ve caused in your family. It will also help you prevent additional damage from occurring.

Meet the therapist who wants to heal racism one person at a time.

April Dawn Harter, LCSW is the founder and CEO of the Racism Recover Center. Learn about what motivated her to create the center and how she believes it will change the world.

Meet April Dawn Harter, LCSW

What Happens in Therapy?

In therapy, you will learn how to identify your learned racism, as well as, heal the trauma you’ve experienced in your life. I use a combination of Schema Therapy and Cognitive Therapy to help you get better. Therapy is online due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

How Long Does It Take to Get Better?

It’s very important in therapy to be able to explore painful memories. The sooner we explore painful memories from your past, the faster you will heal. How quickly a person heals from trauma varies per person.

Ready to Get Started?

If you’re ready to get started, then all you have to do, is fill out a form. You’ll fill out your contact information, as well as, how you would like to pay for services. I will be notified via email and will respond to you within 72 hours. In some cases, I may respond within 24 hours.

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