The Grounding Workshop follows Music Therapy New Zealand’s Annual General Meeting, at the Onehunga Community Centre, 83 Church Street, Onehunga, Auckland.
The MThNZ bi-cultural relationships group are proud to be supporting ‘The Grounding Workshop’. We are fortunate enough to be able to significantly subsidise this workshop to ensure that it is affordable for New Zealand Registered Music Therapists and members to attend.
Please R.S.V.P your attendance to firstname.lastname@example.org
including the pre-AGM dinner on Saturday 24th September at 7pm at The Goodhome Onehunga
by Sunday 4th September.
The day will start with morning tea, followed by our AGM and music making. After lunch the three-hour workshop will take place.
‘The Grounding Workshop’ will explore notions of cultural competence, cultural safety and cultural intelligence in a professional facilitated conversation. Including:
The colonisation of Aotearoa-New Zealand and its implications for now and beyond
Unconscious bias including structural institutional racism
That it is not enough to just be “not racist” – we must be “anti-racist”
Dismantling racism with intelligence
Inequity is evidence of bias
The most up-to-date international discourse on racism and anti-racism
Exploring tokenism vs authenticity
The Engaging Well formula/strategy for dealing with racism