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Lunch & Learn with Tenniel Brown
June 5 @ 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
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Hosted by Tenniel Brown of the Centre of Anti-Oppressive Communication;
Four Online 45min engaging and informative training sessions with completion certificates.
Max 300 participants each week. Please register online to participate; pridetoronto.com/lunchandlearn
This week’s topic: LGBT2Q+ and Allyship 101
LGBT2Q+ 101 and Ally-ship Training provides knowledge and awareness about the vibrant and diverse identities and experiences of the LGBT2Q+ community. Participants will learn about language and identities from an intersectional lens as well as strategies for ally-based actions to help develop new relationships with the gender and sexually diverse community.
Tenniel Brown, B.A., M.S.W., R.S.W. Since 2001 Tenniel Brown has been committed to providing accessible and transformative support services to individuals, families and groups in diverse communities across Canada. Tenniel has received a Master of Social Work degree from Wilfrid Laurier University, specialized in therapeutic practice with individuals, groups and families. She is an experienced facilitator, speaker, clinical supervisor and educator. Using an Anti-Oppressive, Trauma-informed, Eclectic approach she provides customized Counselling, Coaching, Training, Facilitation and Advising services to Individuals, Couples, Organizations and Groups. Through a combination of practice experience, extensive clinical training, theory (LifeSpan Development, Strength-Based Perspective, System Theory, Cognitive Theory, Postmodernism, Anti-Oppressive Approach, and Client-Centred Approach), and a unique intuitive sense passed down from her grandmother; Tenniel has been successful in assisting hundreds of people in transforming their lives and realizing their dreams. Tenniel has completed a 400hr-Yoga Teacher Training, specialized in Hot Hatha Yoga (Bikram Style) and Yin Yoga. She is passionate, caring and engaging yoga teacher, devoted to spreading her love of the asanas and breath work to black and racialized communities. Her classes incorporate breath work, dance, African indigenous healing, emotions focused therapy and postures; to create a truly transformational experience.
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