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Ep 31: ACT Training for Settler Colonialism with Katelyn Kendrick

Beautiful Humans: The Social ChangeCast

Science & Medicine

"Shut up and show up." During this eppy, Katelyn Kendrick provides a model of what doing the work, honestly and transparently can look like. She reviews how she works to own her "stuff"(racism/colonialism/etc), confronting her own learning history, and shame and discomfort to move towards her values with committed action. She gets extremely honest about her own racist behaviors and how her past has helped to guide her current journey.  Share this episode with fellow colleagues. As always, we hope that you enjoy the conversation, as much as we enjoyed recording it. Please follow us on FB @BeautifulHumansCast or IG @BeautifulHumansChange More about Katelyn:  Katelyn E. Kendrick (she/they) is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and Qualified Behavior Analyst. She is currently the Clinical Supervisor of an Early-Intensive Behavioral Intervention clinic in the north Denver-Metro area. She has worked in education since 2009, and specifically, behavior analysis since 2013. In 2015, she received a BA in History, with a concentration in United States history from the University of California, Riverside. She subsequently received her master’s degree in Education, with a concentration in Behavior Analysis, from the University of Cincinnati in 2017. For over 10 years, she has worked with a variety of diverse families, providing home, clinic, and community-based intervention services for individuals on the autism spectrum and a wide range of other diagnoses. Katelyn is a mother, disabled, a trauma-survivor, and descended from Settler Colonizers. Currently, she is hosting an anti-racist reading group through ACBS, geared towards White professionals exploring their own internalized racism, using ACT to process the difficult feelings and emotions often associated with anti-racist work. In addition, she frequently provides ACT-based parent training and has presented professionally on topics such as Decolonization and the ACT Framework, Behavior Analysis and ACT, and cultural competence in Behavior Analysis. Outside of behavior analysis, ACT, and RFT, Katelyn enjoys musical theatre, genealogy, antiques, talk radio, cooking, and radical politics. 


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