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23:35
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Kheya Ganguly
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24:04
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24:05
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24:06
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24:06
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24:07
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24:07
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Jolene Meskovic
24:08
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24:10
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24:10
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24:11
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24:11
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Gloria Collazo
24:13
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24:13
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24:15
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24:18
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24:19
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24:20
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24:21
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24:22
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24:22
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24:23
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24:24
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24:27
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24:27
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24:29
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24:34
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24:36
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24:43
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24:51
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24:54
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25:04
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25:11
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25:13
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25:16
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25:27
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25:36
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26:57
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27:06
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30:10
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30:18
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30:47
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30:52
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30:58
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31:09
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Everyone is coming to this work doing their best
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31:14
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31:17
Howdy, Plainview, Texas.
Dora Saso (she, her)
31:19
assume positive intent
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31:20
New Haven CT
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31:20
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31:21
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31:28
South Bend, IN
Kathryn Burton
31:29
New Brunswick, New Jersey
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31:33
Priscilla Valdez-Dallas TX
Dani Lower
31:35
Remain respectful
Kheya Ganguly
31:38
Give yourself grace
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31:40
Saint Albans, Vermont
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31:44
Oklahoma
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31:49
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31:50
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31:51
Vanessa Gaston, Vancouver, WA
Kimbrae Sanders
31:52
open mindset
Amy Leister
31:58
Tacoma, WA
Reachelian Ellison
32:01
Organizational change and trauma informed approaches
Christy Beaudin
32:03
Mesa, AZ
Digna Layne
32:11
Digna Layne Brooklyn, NY
Frankie Johnson
32:12
Newton Mississippi
David Sanchez
32:12
Carson City, Nevada
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32:17
Karen Faulk from Mobile, AL
Carroll Brennan
32:47
Good afternoon from Stuart, FL
Tricia Bassing
32:50
Alexandria, VA (started on the phone/joining video now)
WILLIE S ROSS
33:19
Good afternoon Nashville, TN
Olga bermudez
33:40
Longmont, Colorado
Dominique Miller
33:52
Good Afternoon from BK, NY
Dennis Green
33:55
Good afternoon from Syracuse, NY..
Dora Saso (she, her)
34:12
over exposure to certain perspectives
Chelsea Mueller
34:21
unknown favoritism
Susan Bellas
34:23
Not necessarily aware of these bias
Anika Jackson
34:26
Unintentional
Gary Lowery
34:42
It is the normalizing the ways especially when unfair ways you treat or see others
Kellie Pearson-Carroll
34:46
Unconscious bias is a bias that one may have and not know it.
Christy Ivory
34:55
Assuming you know without asking
Beverly Watts Davis
35:06
What is a positive impact of unconscious bias?
Deborah Kawkeka
35:07
yes
Rebecca Roth
35:09
yes
Mary Kay Massey
35:10
Yes
Gary Lowery
35:11
YES!
Jackie Holmes
35:11
Sometimes
Rae Armijo
35:11
racism & gender
Mayra Rosel-Bucio
35:12
yes
Julianne Lee
35:12
yes
Yolanda Nunes
35:12
yes
sAKIA FOS
35:13
yes
Mehala Smith
35:13
yes
Danielle Garcia
35:14
yes
Kheya Ganguly
35:15
not me ---there are so many types
Mary Fudge
35:16
yes
Christy Ivory
35:16
yes
Rosanne McPhail
35:17
Yes
Halle Ross-Young
35:18
I think racism and also gendered bias
Christine Chandler
35:18
yes
Reachelian Ellison
35:19
yes
Shawn House
35:19
yes
Doug Mayorga
35:19
πŸ‘
Rachel Kahn
35:20
Often
sarah rupnow
35:20
yes
November Church
35:21
ues
Daniela Maldonado
35:22
Yes
Carroll Brennan
35:22
That's why we lose people!
Taryn Mason
35:22
yes
Digna Layne
35:23
yes
Jay Carstens
35:23
Yes, thanks to lots of training
Jackie Holmes
35:24
Disability as well
Stevie Ibarra
35:25
yup
Connie Hubbard
35:26
Sometimes
Jessie Spiers
35:26
sexuality
Maeleen Lyman
35:27
Yes
sAKIA FOS
35:27
So overt
Tonia Takyi
35:27
it is the most common
Grace Hong Duffin
35:27
yes
Lisa Falls
35:28
sometimes
Dani Meier
35:29
Racism is one of the words that comes to mind.
shannen lyons
35:30
yes, racism mostly as well as LGBTQIA community
laura daniels
35:34
Bias ca be anything, lol
Dani Meier
35:36
Not the only one.
p w
35:38
structural racism
Michelle Levi
35:40
Implicit biased unchecked bolster explicit bias (all the isms)
Rae Armijo
35:58
True, including religious beliefs
Queen Dixon
36:02
Yesss
Cynthia Baran
36:04
race, gender, sexual identity & also substance use and MH population
Gloria Collazo
36:11
structural racism in office culture.
Colleen Mahoney
36:20
racism can be an effect of unconscious bias
Kimbrae Sanders
36:24
school testing
Jennifer Keilitz
36:25
SUD bias is a good one.
Grace Hong Duffin
36:25
I read somewhere--implicit bias is like wind--you can't see it, but you feel it and you can see its impacts...
Marielle Levy
36:32
also nationality; language
Veronica (ella, she) Lopez Ericksen
36:42
it is learned social behavior
sarah rupnow
36:48
size, age; gender
sarah rupnow
36:49
yeas
Jolene Meskovic
36:49
Grace, I like that comparison
Hilda Alexander
37:08
Yes!
B. Ryan Dunn K Komeh
37:24
it is very active
Deborah Kawkeka
37:26
Also, there are subtleties around racism
Carroll Brennan
37:40
Unconscious bias isn't "good" or "bad," it just is. How one behaves because of it can be BAD.
Caroline Wines
37:44
After being in an interracial marriage, I saw the unconscious bias in my family come out so much more than I think myself or them even knew
B. Ryan Dunn K Komeh
39:52
unconscious bias can be harmful but racism or the other "isms" seem very intentional and "active".
Hilda Alexander
40:16
We must be very intentional about working through our unconscious biases.
Marielle Levy
41:05
How about "look"ism (perceived beauty according to social standards)
Jennifer Keilitz
42:27
This can impact engagement with services.
Rae Armijo
42:45
This can impact how you connect with others - both colleagues and patients
Bettie Murchison
42:54
code switching maybe depending on who it is...
kelly Harper
42:54
Impact providers ability to believe patient's pain level
Tricia Bassing
43:00
assessment
Amy Cunningham
43:02
immediate impact on rapport
Jolene Meskovic
43:04
It can impact the quality of care as well
Ashley Washington
43:05
yes Kelly
Jurdene Coleman
43:05
🀚🏾those perceptions come with biases
Gina Schelemanow
43:08
It can stop you from listing to someone before you even know much about them. You could discount their experience without even considering that you are doing it
Susan Bellas
43:10
rapport-can I trust them and they trust me
Connie Hubbard
43:10
either accept what another says as valid or invalid
Rahel Negusse
43:12
we use that as a springboard to how we interact with them
Nerissa Heller
43:12
How we respond to patient's struggles with emotional regulation
Reachelian Ellison
43:13
I can make or break a connection
Christine Chandler
43:14
You have already formed an opinion just seeing their name and before meeting the patient
Peter Costa
43:19
There are a variety of studies that show that these types of judgments have negative impact on health outcomes, healthcare
Halle Ross-Young
43:19
I think providers can sometimes assume these factors impact a patient's intelligence, motivation to engage in treatment, or level of guardedness/being difficult
Bonnie Shea
43:20
different levels of patient care, customer service
Mark LeVota
43:20
People make decisions about their relative power and how to navigate the power dynamics of the relationship
Deborah Kawkeka
43:21
I think it is the human experience to make these decision, but it is how we respond to those judgments that matters. If we give it no weight, we can be more open.
Caroline Wines
43:21
It can impact how much patients trust us and how much we are willing to go above and beyond to help
Kimbrae Sanders
43:22
don't have the whitecoat mindset
Tiffany Webb
43:23
The impact can be as extreme as death for people who don't get equitable care
Rae Armijo
43:23
Trust is huge!
Tonia Takyi
43:25
immediately effects the was patients see us as providers
Kellie Pearson-Carroll
43:26
impacts how the person may be treated.
Giesel Girona
43:28
impacts who we hire and promote
Mimi Tarrasch
43:29
America has the worst maternal death rate in black women due to judgements about whether or not black women are trust worthy
Jackie Holmes
43:31
It can affect how patient care is delivered.
Gladys Chuy
43:33
Overall impact to delivery of care
A G
43:37
In patient care can impact the weight given to patetient account of symptoms
Anika Jackson
43:40
social norms play a role in how we view these factors, as well
Mehala Smith
43:41
medication
Matthew Doll
43:43
Trauma Informed Care
Lisa Falls
43:43
Can cause us to make assumptions that can them impact our decision making
Marielle Levy
43:49
How likely we are to want to help
Julianne Lee
43:57
making judgements about the client or patient "being noncompliant"
Cherline Gene
43:59
How do you differentiate collective unconscious bias due to ignorance as a result of living in communities that are not diverse from racism or other ism?
Halle Ross-Young
44:01
Overpathologization of experiences
Colleen Mahoney
44:05
impacts your attitude toward the person (especially thinking about the friendliness and trustworthiness of the person)
Amethyst Thorpe
44:06
How seriously the client is taken by staff
Clare Krabill
44:14
I f we are not aware of thiese knee jerk decisions we can not over rule them and they will result in greater unconscious bias.
Kheya Ganguly
44:14
Assumptions tht people are willing to share their trauma within moments of meeting us
B. Ryan Dunn K Komeh
44:15
giving people space to show up differently, to grow, and change
Nerissa Heller
44:16
How we chart/document about the person
Caroline Wines
44:16
Simply what you wear or how you talk can drastically change how you are treated
Rachel Payton
44:17
Having a bias in healthcare can affect the care you give to a person, treating one person worse than others because of certain traits or characteristics.
Ashley Washington
44:18
Sickle cell patients have high level of fear
Gloria Collazo
44:23
Making judgments and how serious the person is taken.
Elizabeth Hill
44:34
Perception of trust can impact what opportunities a person is given. Other assumptions on this list impact perceptions of affinity which impacts team building and relationship development.
Bettie Murchison
44:35
I offer Serena Williams as an example of not listening to a patien
Tricia Bassing
44:35
The initial judgements come with bias and - unchecked - will impact assessment & that assessment can be taken as truth by others.
Remi Akinmade
44:38
Organizational Research.
Queen Dixon
44:56
Impact, influence, decision
Sheila Jordan
45:00
Is this possible to get this right on an individual level in a work culture or environment that do not support this model?
Kheya Ganguly
45:02
making judgements if people will fit into "team culture" when hired
Nerissa Heller
45:07
Whether or not we blame the patient for their symtoms
Dianne Stacks
45:12
I recently involved in car accident and the assumption was that I was attempting to do something illegal since there was not damage to my vehicle and requested police report
Lawson Calhoun
45:15
We should not be making judgement at all at least that soon
Kimbrae Sanders
45:30
dont forget to be human
Wayne A Blassingame
45:36
For me there's only one race human race and we should all be treated equally
Violeta Iguchi
45:57
We make decisions quickly because we utilize our brains effectively....it's survival.
Cherline Gene
46:07
Attractiveness is also a factor that impacts how you're treated...
Kellee Hawkins Coleman, LMSW, Psy.D, CCHP
46:36
No sound
Shaida Hossein
46:44
I can hear it
Mimi Tarrasch
46:46
I can hear
Stephanie Simeon
46:47
I got plenty of sound haha
Jamie Chase
46:47
I can hear
Connie Hubbard
46:48
I hear it
Caroline Wines
46:51
I have sound
Elizabeth Hill
46:51
I have sound
Gloria Collazo
47:14
You have to fix your sound input.
Kellee Hawkins Coleman, LMSW, Psy.D, CCHP
47:35
Got it. Thanks.
Reachelian Ellison
47:57
I have no sound
Kellie Pearson-Carroll
48:20
This reminds me of my daughter who stands 6 feet 3 inches. It never fails that when we are out in public people run up to her and ask what team does she play for.
Mary Fudge
49:40
so true
shelley white
50:01
great video
Krista Moore
50:43
Loved the video.
November Church
50:46
10 is a lot
November Church
50:49
lol
Krista Moore
50:59
I was thinking that πŸ˜‚
Tiffany Webb
51:02
my office mate/good friend my boyfriend my kids my mom
Tiffany Webb
51:11
that is only 6
Dianne Stacks
51:15
I don't have ten
Dani Meier
51:29
Ten is a challenge for sure… πŸ™‚
Tami Pebsworth
51:29
Husband, children, parents, siblings, best friend
laura daniels
51:42
my son, is the only person I trust fully. My life is soo shallow
Nerissa Heller
51:55
My 2 sisters, my husband, my niece, my two nephews, my mom, my two besties
TAMIE PARGAS
52:36
husband, 2 sons, daughter law, 4 co-workers, best friend, mom
Val Smith-Byrd
52:43
SONS, HUSBAND, FIRENDS, SCHURCH CHOIR, OFFICE MATES
Gloria Collazo
53:10
they're younger than me, 5 are the same gender; 3 are a different race, but I definitely don't have a group of 10 people that I "trust" and 2 are co-workers (same work ethic, similar education background)
Connie Hubbard
53:12
Progressive thinkers primarily
Stephanie Simeon
53:18
similar gender. variety of ages, race & sexual orientation,
Val Smith-Byrd
53:22
SOME RELATED TO COMMON INTEREST
Rosemary Cree Medicine
53:39
Hello from beautiful Browning MT Blackfeet Nation, gateway to Glacier Nat'l Park
Truman Long
53:40
My wife two friends and my dog.
Val Smith-Byrd
53:44
DEFINITELY GENDER PLAYS A ROLE AS WELL
Lucia Bell
53:56
πŸ‘Most of my list is family. One is a coworker who I trust because she has proven to be trustworthy. She is the only person on my list who is a different ethnicity.
Dora Saso (she, her)
54:02
I notice that even though I can create a list, not all these people know all aspects of me, nor do I want to share all of me with all of them
Truman Long
54:25
Similar in intellectual ability and interest.
Lawson Calhoun
54:52
most of my list is family and friends and the same race except 1 male.
Val Smith-Byrd
55:08
I RECOGNIZE HOW EACH MEET MY NEEDS AND MOSTLY ENGAGE BASED ON THE NEED MET
Dianne Stacks
55:12
I understand Dora Saso
Mehala Smith
55:27
there are different levels of trust and so different people meet those different levels
Cherline Gene
55:48
Can you compartmentalize trust?
Connie Hubbard
55:54
Agree Mehala
Tiffany Webb
57:09
psychological safety
Pamela Munger
57:16
Agree with Mehala also
Truman Long
57:21
Maslow
Caroline Wines
57:35
I think similarity is a great issue. It is the same idea as the types of media we watch and the people we spend our time with. Our biases will only be reinforced if we don't expand our avenues.
Tiffany Webb
57:40
@ Truman maslow stole his theory and info from the blackfoot nation
Marielle Levy
57:41
I think once one feels unsafe, it takes a lot of work to question one's assumptions
Truman Long
58:34
didn't know that but we stole lots of things don't mean they are not true just wrong person got credit.
Laurie Tebo
58:51
We don't hear much about sizism and the bias regarding those who are obese.
Dora Saso (she, her)
59:18
or super small too - assume sud or eating disorders
Laurie Tebo
59:34
Correct.
Mary Hardiman
59:46
@LT Agree
Kellie Pearson-Carroll
01:00:09
@LT; I agree with you 100%
Freda Driscoll-Sbar
01:00:39
Laurie a very valid point. Likewise for people with MH or SU issues or physical limitations and more
Anika Jackson
01:00:46
Love this Ted Talk...Verna nails it
Lynn Wood
01:02:40
wow
Angel Hedrick
01:02:41
Default- that is interesting perspective
Lisa Willmes
01:02:54
it takes courage to be that honest
Gary Lowery
01:02:55
That is very powerful!
Bettie Murchison
01:03:21
yes I have had the same experience!
Tonia Takyi
01:03:59
mine was OBGYN, I did not trust the male
Cherline Gene
01:04:05
Socialization vs bias vs isms
Tricia Bassing
01:04:12
check them out with others
Elizabeth Fildes
01:04:19
I slow down! Stop!
Bliss Hendon
01:04:26
I get curious about them
Michele Smedick
01:04:26
When I notice it, I ask myself why.
Giesel Girona
01:04:27
I question where they come from.
Kelly Quackenbush
01:04:27
Try to pause and reflect on them
Nerissa Heller
01:04:28
Notice, be curious where that comes from
Kellie Pearson-Carroll
01:04:28
I typically take a step back to determine where the bias/thought comes from.
Anika Jackson
01:04:28
I like to ask others their perspectives on the same situation
Michelle Levi
01:04:29
Pregnant pause - take a breath
kelly Harper
01:04:31
I try to ask myself, why I thought that or what caused me to think way
Amethyst Thorpe
01:04:31
approach with curiosity
Doug Mayorga
01:04:34
I get curious with myself to see why I feel/think that
Rahel Negusse
01:04:36
feel humbled
Kristin Wade
01:04:37
get curious
Ashley Washington
01:04:38
I exclude others and do it myself
Dianne Stacks
01:04:40
Tricia I prefer a female OBGYN
Amy Cunningham
01:04:40
acknowledge and stop to question myself about them
Remi Akinmade
01:04:41
Own up to your Biases.
Debbi Naster
01:04:42
I get embarrassed and reevaluate.
Javonne Faison
01:04:42
I acknowledge them and the why....
Pamela Munger
01:04:43
Was surprised, made me stop in my tacks and question, where did this come from???
Bettie Murchison
01:04:44
confront it and use it in my workshops
Devin Sweat
01:04:45
I have to be very intentional about spending some time everyday (hopefully) reflecting on my biases
Jackie Holmes
01:04:48
Try to take a step back and think before interacting.
Carroll Brennan
01:04:52
recognize and embrace...then think about how to react
Doug Mayorga
01:04:57
I also reflect on my shadow self
Nerissa Heller
01:04:59
Feel embarrassed, uncomfortable
Mayra Rosel-Bucio
01:05:06
Take a moment to question and ask others.
Pamela Munger
01:05:17
Nerissa Heller--YES!
sAKIA FOS
01:05:18
Refer to a trusted friend as a gauge to see if the lens is bias
Betsy Burtis
01:05:20
I usually have a really stern talk with myself because I am so horrified at the realization of the bias.
Pat Chapman
01:05:22
Acknowledge and investigate
Marielle Levy
01:05:27
If feeling unsafe, first seek safety. Once feeling "safe" then question my assumptions
Mimi Tarrasch
01:05:42
I use the process of saying "thought, thought" in my head so I notice the thought and then think through the why and try to reframe the thought
Julianne Lee
01:05:47
recognize them, have a conversation with myself about why, then seek media that challenges my bias
Connie Hubbard
01:05:50
disappointed in myself. reflect on why I have that bias
Diana Rizzo
01:05:52
I take a moment to think if the bias serves me well or does not (i.e. prefer female doctor over male), does it serve a real purpose or is it something that is not necessary and can be disregarded and not used in my day
Julie Bates
01:05:53
Sometimes I'm angry and I just go all in - I don't realize until I've calmed down that I'm reacting to a bias.
Clare Krabill
01:06:04
first see the awareness as a gift. it is the seed of positive change.
Hilda Alexander
01:06:13
Take a beat and dig into where that came from
Taylor Prather
01:06:44
They can be hard to confront (can make me feel very guilty) but just attempt to acknowledge, access the "why", and educate myself via research or exposure.
Remi Akinmade
01:06:52
Conscious effort to acknowledge ones bias.
Rae Armijo
01:07:01
I definitely have been told that I process slowly. I tend to not say anything right away so I can figure out how to best respond, but sometimes I'll walk away and wonder why I said what I said if I feel uneasy about a situation.
Michele Smedick
01:07:02
I have less comfortable conversations. I sometimes ask the other person how I/we could do better. I often ask our clients if they would be willing to have a conversation with me about race. I am a white woman and my clients of other races love that I am willing to ask them how WE as an organization are doing and to share with me where we are falling short.
David Liu
01:07:10
I think that as we exist in language we must realize that we are always constructing/encountering the world through biases; we only can have situated objectivity. Finding a place of safety/comfort/equity is a constant negotiation and not a fixed or permanent place. Our last queen (Hawaiian) spoke of the width of a blade of pili grass. I think that is the apt analogy.
Mary Kay Massey
01:07:33
In the moment I usually move from surprise to shock/embarrassment/shame, then I start asking myself what is going on and why is this coming up for me?
Kellie Pearson-Carroll
01:07:56
If we are honest with ourselves all people have biases. It does not matter your disability, race, gender, etc. One of things that bothers me most is when people say that I do not see color but can give you countless examples of when and where people are not accepted today.
Tammie Howard
01:08:29
Acknowledge my bias, think about where it came from and how I want to move forward in growth around the bias.
Steven Aragon
01:08:47
Verna also has a great fun book entitled "What if I say the wrong thing? 25 habits for culturally effective people."
Betsy Reed-Henry
01:08:56
Mentally negate it, tell myself a different story. Recognize it's bias, not fact. Sometimes I feel ashamed or sad that this is how our minds are programmed.
Sheila Jordan
01:09:00
Honestly, first justify them because of my own experiences of dealing with unjust behavior related to bias. I think some times can feel like we are exempt due to our own experiences, if we are not intentional.
Kellie Pearson-Carroll
01:09:27
@MS; I agree we must be willing to ask the questions.
Camren Pineda
01:09:35
I acknowledge the experience. If I can, within the context of the time or place/situation, I challenge myself by letting the person know where is coming from. It has helped me to open and it has created more engagement.
Colleen Mahoney
01:09:58
sometimes I honestly don't recognize the bias until a little later. So I try to remember the next go around
Queen Dixon
01:10:27
Always be aware of your thoughts and feelings, what’s causing them, especially if you are meeting a person for the first time,
Violeta Iguchi
01:10:43
I call myself out and, despite doing it for a while, it's still hard. I "resist" every time.
Queen Dixon
01:11:14
Yes
Bettie Murchison
01:11:20
As a Black woman raised in the Jim Crow South the 1st 14 years of my life, I recognize when old ways intrude into my current life. In NC, we still have communities where I am not welcomed
Tiffany Webb
01:11:37
I have a lot of bias around people with money and real power like as in a chain of command, as I have more money and power my bias is more and more confirmed and my anger is bigger
Tiffany Webb
01:11:45
about injustice
Julie Bates
01:11:56
Try to be present and open to avoid allowing my biases to come out.
Caroline Wines
01:12:24
This just happened to me yesterday. I am currently pregnant with a girl and I don't want for her to be forced to the follow the typical stereotypes of women. However, if something such as sewing or other roles associated with a women role brings her joy, I don't want to dissuade her either.
David Hernandez
01:12:28
My kids bring it to my attention and I have to think about what I am thinking and speaking.
Val Smith-Byrd
01:12:31
WHEN I CATCH MYSELF AND RECOGNIZE HOW MY EXPERIENCE SHAPE IT AND TRY TO MINDFUL TO CHANGE BY EXPRESSING MY EXPERIENCE VERSUS PLACING JUDGEMENT
Marielle Levy
01:13:06
Also, reading, researching about who/what I realize I have a bias about
Frankie Johnson
01:14:56
mental health services
Tiffany Webb
01:19:27
we will get these slides right??
Mary Hardiman
01:21:34
Important distinctions
Cherline Gene
01:21:56
Health and well-being
Stephanie Simeon
01:22:37
Because health often happens outside of healthcare facilities! (food access, stress management, movement, environment, etc)
Val Smith-Byrd
01:23:53
GREAT PRESENTATION. SORRY I HAVE TO LEAVE EARLY DUE TO CLIENT APPOINTMENT.
Cherline Gene
01:24:38
I've heard social determinants of health reframed as social drivers of health because the latter is more active and open to change whereas the former seems stagnant and unmoveable
Stephanie Simeon
01:25:11
^ thank you Cherline!
Lisa Willmes
01:25:20
@cherline great point!
Deborah Davidson
01:25:28
what is the website again?
Tiffany Webb
01:25:46
Dude I like that social drivers of health
Pamela Munger
01:26:03
Yes, what is that test again?
Mandy Kubisch
01:26:53
Will all of the great tools utilized (videos/bias test/etc.) and mentioned be sent to us after the training?
Dianne Stacks
01:26:55
Facial expressions say it all for me
Anika Jackson
01:27:01
Harvard IAT: https://implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/takeatest.html
Jolene Meskovic
01:27:04
mispronouncing a name
Hilda Alexander
01:27:18
Yes! People constantly checking their "watches" while you are having a conversation! πŸ˜’
Inderia Hiralal
01:27:22
I agree entirely especially when I give a nick name to avoid the full name and they still get it wrong
Zachary Wilson
01:27:25
Mispronouncing a person's name really upsets me. Be intentional and respectful=learn their name
Mary Kay Massey
01:27:34
not honoring someone's pronouns
National Council for Mental Wellbeing PIC 1
01:27:57
Hi all, we will be emailing these slides to attendees and posting the slides and a recording of today's session on our website (https://www.thenationalcouncil.org/program/the-social-justice-leadership-academy/) after today's session. Thanks!
Hilda Alexander
01:27:59
Yes, Zachary! So important and easy to do!
Lynn Wood
01:28:13
What do you mean by Monitor Person Greetings?
Dianne Stacks
01:29:16
Thank you Anika
Lynn Wood
01:29:50
I see. Thank you. Take my cues from them.
Hilda Alexander
01:30:12
Especially as we are all returning to the office - minding folks' boundaries is very important.
Gloria Collazo
01:31:00
Incredibly informative.
Anika Jackson
01:32:04
Recognizing that lack of mal intent does not negate the impact
Hilda Alexander
01:33:39
Yes, Anika! That seems like such a hard concept for folks to get.
Michele Smedick
01:34:24
Love that Anika!
Bettie Murchison
01:34:45
incredible presentation....thank you so much
Caroline Wines
01:35:08
This was such a great presentation! Thank you for your time to speak with us today.
A G
01:35:09
Acknowledging seems to be the hardest part - as we see in all the drama around supposed "CRT" in schools !
Faith Hymon
01:35:16
Great presentation!
Louise Lynch
01:35:17
Thank you for the thought provoking presentation.
Tiffany Webb
01:35:23
This language is so helpful for me
Elizabeth Fildes
01:35:27
Thanks a billion Dr. Portia Newman!
Tiffany Webb
01:35:35
I can advocate so much better with this language
Deborah Davidson
01:35:35
Thank you for a very insightful presentation
B. Ryan Dunn K Komeh
01:35:39
Thank you!
Karl Kaliher
01:35:51
Thank you so much this has been extremely informative!
Valerie Lowe
01:35:53
Great presentation!
Violeta Iguchi
01:35:53
If the organization considers this work important, then they make time for trainings/discussions.
Jackie Brown
01:36:01
great job !
Michael Torres
01:36:04
Thank you for the presentation.
Josephine Muxlow
01:36:06
Excellent. Thank you for challenging our moral conscience
Zachary Wilson
01:36:12
What an amazing presentation! I will definitely be sharing with my organization!! Thank you!!!
Beverly Watts Davis
01:36:12
Can you share strategies to address structural racism?
Lynn Spomer
01:36:14
thank you!
Anika Jackson
01:36:18
Thank you for answering my question. It is an ongoing challenge knowing the demand for patient care.
Hilda Alexander
01:36:56
I appreciate the idea of making it a "habit" - thank you for that framing.
Tricia Bassing
01:37:52
You have to make the time. Remember - in addition to it being human and humane: the impact of bias leads to poor outcomes. It is a responsibility to include racial equity work in all we do.
Elizabeth Fildes
01:38:15
May we share the recording with our students? We have to spread this information! Thanks in advance!
Josephine Muxlow
01:38:17
Josephine Muxlow, Cultural humility so crucial. Thank you
Mary Hardiman
01:38:18
Excellent presentation, much to process and apply here. Thank you, Dr. Newman!
Anika Jackson
01:38:22
Many organizations are driven for diversity, at a basic level. The reality (and true benefit) of diversity is the diversity of thought that comes.
Freda Driscoll-Sbar
01:39:31
Thank you so very much. Very thought-provoking.
Violeta Iguchi
01:40:04
Great presentation, thank you! I'd like to continue it. I feel that we just got started!
Dora Saso (she, her)
01:40:11
Our organization has been spending the last two years in creating a base level foundation for language and basic understanding to implement trauma-informed care across the whole agency at all service levels, while ensuring the base is inclusive of diversity, equity and intersectionality...it has been eye-opening to see how broad the spectrum of personal awareness, experience and understanding is, as well as the difficulty of creating the safety for all to truly engage and grow together. I appreciate the constant and ongoing concept of practice required.
Lisa Taylor
01:40:17
This presentation has been very informative and inspiring. Thanks, Dr. Newman! Blessings on you and the work that you do and engage!
Kathleen Davis
01:40:57
This was an outstanding presentation! I wish we had more time with you!!
Queen Dixon
01:41:03
Thank you for the eye opening presentation, that causes me to be aware of my actions, before acting them out
Kendra Collins
01:41:27
Thank you!
Camren Pineda
01:41:39
Thank you Dr. Newman. A very engaging, inspirational and practical presentation. I look forward to learning more about work and resources you share in this presentation.
Tiffany Webb
01:41:45
YES MARK!!!!
Tammie Howard
01:41:49
Thank you Dr. Newman!!
Tiffany Webb
01:41:49
YES YES YES
Bettie Murchison
01:41:57
yes
Gloria Collazo
01:41:57
Thank you so much, Dr. Newman!!!!
James Rogers
01:42:00
Yes Mark!
Louise Lynch
01:42:01
WOW!!!!
Mehala Smith
01:42:13
Yes to Mark
Roberta Coons
01:42:17
Excellent presentation and questions
Tiffany Webb
01:42:23
I am tired of the emotional labor being requested and then no one listening
Mehala Smith
01:42:27
Thank you Dr. Newman for this excellent presentation
Peter Costa
01:42:45
Amen.
Tiffany Webb
01:43:40
YES Dr. Newman!!!!!!
Yasmin Gregg
01:43:44
Yesssssssssss!!!
Michele Smedick
01:43:51
I have tried numerous times to bring up racial bias and racial anxiety (or maybe it would be considered reverse racial anxiety) with my coworkers during staff meetings. I often feel as though I have offended them when bringing up situations where white coworkers have refused to deal with the poor choices or behaviors of out clients of color. Any advice on how I can have this conversation with them, and get them to participate in a conversation about how we can do better?
Tiffany Webb
01:44:00
PAY US FOR OUR KNOWLEDGE AND LIVED EXPERIENCE!!!
Lawson Calhoun
01:44:19
😊 great session, thanks
James Rogers
01:44:22
Agreed, recognize their experience and contribution as being a Change Agent. Give it legitimacy.
Ava Rose
01:44:25
I find that my psychological safety is undermined by the silence of those who I need to collaborate with to make change.....where is the collective outrage about racism/anti-Black racism?
Wayne A Blassingame
01:44:29
Yes Dr Newmam
Mark LeVota
01:44:34
Thanks so much for your thoughts
Beverly Watts Davis
01:44:55
Can you share strategies to address structural racism?
Violeta Iguchi
01:45:03
I'm also very interested in this! :-)
Tiffany Webb
01:45:50
@ ava rose yes same for me
Tiffany Webb
01:46:44
for me it is working at a tribal health care org run by white people largely and no one wants to have the conversations needed to make change
Tricia Bassing
01:46:48
Thank you!
Gary Lowery
01:46:49
Thank you, Dr. Newman!!!!
Mirchelle-Ange Laveus
01:47:05
Thank you
Mark LeVota
01:47:09
Yes. Thank you, Dr. Newman!
Kenya Eddings
01:47:15
Thank you, Dr. Newman!
Kellee Hawkins Coleman, LMSW, Psy.D, CCHP
01:47:17
Thank you Dr. Portia Newman! Very informative!
Julie Bates
01:47:19
Thank you, Dr. Newman for sharing your knowledge
Elizabeth Hill
01:47:20
Thank you for a great discussion and presentation. Thank you Dr. Newman.
Debbi Naster
01:47:22
Wonderful presentation! Thank you Dr. Newman.
A G
01:47:32
Thank you Dr. Newman. Great information and food for thought.
Doug Mayorga
01:47:39
Thank you!
James Rogers
01:47:39
Thank you Dr. Newman for a great presentation!
Afifa Tirmizi
01:47:39
would you please provide the certificate
Mary Kay Massey
01:47:40
Thank you Dr. Newman. The presentation and discussion was great.
Tiffany Webb
01:47:44
Quayna Caqneq to you Dr. Newman
Synthia Florez
01:47:56
Thanks for providing the recording!
Antoinette Harris
01:47:58
very practical information... thank you
Laura Baker
01:47:58
thank you so much!!!
Rae Armijo
01:48:07
Thank you!
Sheila Jordan
01:48:08
Is it possible to get Dr. Newman
November Church
01:48:13
Thank you!
Mayra Rosel-Bucio
01:48:27
Thank you
Fareeha Nadeem
01:48:29
Thank you.
Stevie Ibarra
01:48:29
thank you, dr. portia!
Alishia Coye
01:48:31
Much gratitude Dr. Newman, such informative information!
Marielle Levy
01:48:33
Thank you!
Halle Ross-Young
01:48:34
Thank you so much, Dr. Newman! This was such an amazing presentation! Thank you for sharing your expertise with us today
Ashanti Wright
01:48:38
Thank you! :)
Kelly O'Connor
01:48:43
Thank you!
Synthia Florez
01:48:44
Keep going, your presentation was excellent!
Dani Lower
01:48:47
Thank you for the great presentation :)
Dominique Miller
01:48:50
thank you
Pamela Munger
01:48:51
Thank you, Dr. Newman!!!
Jammie Rubio
01:48:53
thank you
Hilda Alexander
01:48:54
Thank you, Dr. Newman!
Jess Wojcik
01:48:58
Amazing! Thank you!
Dora Saso (she, her)
01:49:11
so appreciate your time and knowledge and all participants too!
Michelle Morgan-Jackson
01:49:17
Thank you for this very informative presentation.
Jolene Meskovic
01:49:20
thank you
FRANTZ H METELLUS
01:49:21
Great Training. Thank youi.
Cynthia Baran
01:49:23
thank you so much!
Colleen Mahoney
01:49:23
Excellent presentation! Many thanks!
laura daniels
01:49:24
Hand Clapping
Charity Sabido-Hodges
01:49:24
Portia, is there an email we can send you a question?
sAKIA FOS
01:49:24
This was great! Thank you!
Susan Bellas
01:49:24
thanks!
Yadira Ramirez
01:49:27
Thank you!!
Matthew Doll
01:49:28
thank you!