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ReRooted with Francesca Maximé

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ReRooted with Francesca Maximé

ReRooted with Francesca Maximé

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Welcome to the ReRooted Podcast with Francesca Maximé, trauma-sensitive mindfulness meditation teacher and poet. Together we’ll take a closer look at approaches to transforming trauma with insights from psychology, neuroscience, spirituality, social justice and the creative arts. Join Francesca and her guests for an exploration of our shared connection and how we can cultivate greater compassion for ourselves and for others.

Latest Episodes

Ep. 40 – Indigenous Mindfulness with Dr. Michael Yellow Bird

Dr. Michael Yellow Bird rejoins Francesca to discuss Indigenous mindfulness, anti-racism, and the neuroscience of healing through dance.

52 min1 d ago
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Ep. 40 – Indigenous Mindfulness with Dr. Michael Yellow Bird

Ep. 39 – The Invention of White People with Jacqueline Battalora

62 min2 w ago
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Ep. 39 – The Invention of White People with Jacqueline Battalora

Ep. 38 – The Physiology of Belonging with Dr. Bruce Perry

Dr. Bruce Perry and Francesca explore how the physiology of belonging heals the colonized traumas of cultural fragmentation and implicit bias.

71 minSEP 26
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Ep. 38 – The Physiology of Belonging with Dr. Bruce Perry

Ep. 37 - Not Equal with Dr. Diane Goodman

Dr. Diane Goodman joins Francesca to talk about why it is important to distinguish our different experiences. Trainer, consultant, professor, speaker, author, and activist, Diane Goodman has been addressing issues of diversity and social justice for over 30 years. As a trainer and consultant, Diane and her associates have worked with a wide range of organizations, community groups, and educational institutions to build their capacity around diversity and social justice issues. Using a participatory approach, she helps people increase their awareness, knowledge, and skills to foster equity and inclusion. Programs address how cultural differences and issues of power and privilege affect individuals, interpersonal relationships, and organizational culture and practices. She offers practical strategies and skills to enable people to create more positive intergroup relations, and institutional and societal change. As a regular presenter at national and international conferences, Diane has offered institutes and sessions at NCORE (National Conference on Racial and Ethnic Diversity in Higher Education), Teachers College Roundtable on Multicultural Psychology and Education, The White Privilege Conference, The Diversity Challenge, AAC&U (Association of American Colleges and Universities), Association of Contemplative Mind in Higher Education (ACMHE), Creating Change, NAME (National Association for Multicultural Education), ACPA, NASPA, among others. She also gives talks and keynote speeches. Diane earned a B.A. from Tufts University in Psychology and Child Development and an M.Ed. and Ed.D. from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst with a focus on social justice education, group and organizational development, and counseling. Her humor, openness, insight, and compassion make her sessions engaging and meaningful. Learn more about at dianegoodman.com

62 minSEP 19
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Ep. 37 - Not Equal with Dr. Diane Goodman

Ep. 36 – White Women Finding Freedom: Evangeline Weiss & Kari Points

Evangeline Weiss and Kari Points join Francesca to discuss finding freedom and taking on racism, patriarchy, and white supremacy as white women.

64 minSEP 12
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Ep. 36 – White Women Finding Freedom: Evangeline Weiss & Kari Points

Ep. 35 – Brainspotting with Dr. David Grand

Dr. David Grand joins the ReRooted Podcast to talk about the Brainspotting approach to therapy.

57 minSEP 5
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Ep. 35 – Brainspotting with Dr. David Grand

Ep. 34 – Decolonizing Mental Health with Dr. Manuel X. Zamarripa

Dr. Manuel X. Zamarripa joins Francesca to discuss destigmatizing mental health, healing intergenerational trauma, and decolonizing language.

54 minAUG 29
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Ep. 34 – Decolonizing Mental Health with Dr. Manuel X. Zamarripa

Ep. 33 – No Exit, with Dante King

Francesca Maximé welcomes Dante King for a conversation around the history of systemic racism and white supremacy that leaves Black people with no exit from oppression. Dante King is a Workforce, Learning & Organizational Development professional, specializing in the implementation of equity, diversity, inclusion, social justice, and implicit/unconscious bias educational training, with more than 15 years experience.Throughout his career he has gained expertise in designing, developing, and delivering a combination of retreats, classes, and seminars. Learn more about Dante and his work at danteking.com.

64 minAUG 15
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Ep. 33 – No Exit, with Dante King

Ep. 32 – What is Whiteness? with Dr. Janet E. Helms

Dr. Janet E. Helms joins Francesca to explore the historical roots of whiteness and systemic racism, and offer perspective on privilege and racial identity. Francesca is joined by Dr. Janet E. Helms to explore the concept of whiteness. White is whiteness? What is white-bodied supremacy? Where did this come from in terms of the history of this country? How does it live in people's psyches, movements, behaviors, and actions? What kind of research supports different ways of being? These questions are explored among others concerning race relations, gender, patriarchy, autonomy, and freedom. Dr. Janet E. Helms is the Augustus Long Professor in the Department of Counseling, Developmental, and Educational Psychology and Director of the Institute for the Study and Promotion of Race and Culture at Boston College. She is past president of the Society of Counseling Psychology. Dr. Helms is an APA Fellow in Counseling Psychology, Ethnic Diversity, and Psychology of Women. In addition, she is a member of the Association of Black Psychologists, the American Psychological Society, and the American Educational Research Association. She has written extensively about race, for laypeople as well as for clinicians. Learn more about Dr. Helms: bc.edu

66 minJUL 26
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Ep. 32 – What is Whiteness? with Dr. Janet E. Helms

Ep. 31 – Racism, Capitalism, and Assimilation with Dr. Amer F. Ahmed

Dr. Amer F. Ahmed joins Francesca to discuss the roots of institutionalized racism under capitalism, and how individualization leads to forced assimilation to white culture.

59 minJUL 4
Comments
Ep. 31 – Racism, Capitalism, and Assimilation with Dr. Amer F. Ahmed

Latest Episodes

Ep. 40 – Indigenous Mindfulness with Dr. Michael Yellow Bird

Dr. Michael Yellow Bird rejoins Francesca to discuss Indigenous mindfulness, anti-racism, and the neuroscience of healing through dance.

52 min1 d ago
Comments
Ep. 40 – Indigenous Mindfulness with Dr. Michael Yellow Bird

Ep. 39 – The Invention of White People with Jacqueline Battalora

62 min2 w ago
Comments
Ep. 39 – The Invention of White People with Jacqueline Battalora

Ep. 38 – The Physiology of Belonging with Dr. Bruce Perry

Dr. Bruce Perry and Francesca explore how the physiology of belonging heals the colonized traumas of cultural fragmentation and implicit bias.

71 minSEP 26
Comments
Ep. 38 – The Physiology of Belonging with Dr. Bruce Perry

Ep. 37 - Not Equal with Dr. Diane Goodman

Dr. Diane Goodman joins Francesca to talk about why it is important to distinguish our different experiences. Trainer, consultant, professor, speaker, author, and activist, Diane Goodman has been addressing issues of diversity and social justice for over 30 years. As a trainer and consultant, Diane and her associates have worked with a wide range of organizations, community groups, and educational institutions to build their capacity around diversity and social justice issues. Using a participatory approach, she helps people increase their awareness, knowledge, and skills to foster equity and inclusion. Programs address how cultural differences and issues of power and privilege affect individuals, interpersonal relationships, and organizational culture and practices. She offers practical strategies and skills to enable people to create more positive intergroup relations, and institutional and societal change. As a regular presenter at national and international conferences, Diane has offered institutes and sessions at NCORE (National Conference on Racial and Ethnic Diversity in Higher Education), Teachers College Roundtable on Multicultural Psychology and Education, The White Privilege Conference, The Diversity Challenge, AAC&U (Association of American Colleges and Universities), Association of Contemplative Mind in Higher Education (ACMHE), Creating Change, NAME (National Association for Multicultural Education), ACPA, NASPA, among others. She also gives talks and keynote speeches. Diane earned a B.A. from Tufts University in Psychology and Child Development and an M.Ed. and Ed.D. from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst with a focus on social justice education, group and organizational development, and counseling. Her humor, openness, insight, and compassion make her sessions engaging and meaningful. Learn more about at dianegoodman.com

62 minSEP 19
Comments
Ep. 37 - Not Equal with Dr. Diane Goodman

Ep. 36 – White Women Finding Freedom: Evangeline Weiss & Kari Points

Evangeline Weiss and Kari Points join Francesca to discuss finding freedom and taking on racism, patriarchy, and white supremacy as white women.

64 minSEP 12
Comments
Ep. 36 – White Women Finding Freedom: Evangeline Weiss & Kari Points

Ep. 35 – Brainspotting with Dr. David Grand

Dr. David Grand joins the ReRooted Podcast to talk about the Brainspotting approach to therapy.

57 minSEP 5
Comments
Ep. 35 – Brainspotting with Dr. David Grand

Ep. 34 – Decolonizing Mental Health with Dr. Manuel X. Zamarripa

Dr. Manuel X. Zamarripa joins Francesca to discuss destigmatizing mental health, healing intergenerational trauma, and decolonizing language.

54 minAUG 29
Comments
Ep. 34 – Decolonizing Mental Health with Dr. Manuel X. Zamarripa

Ep. 33 – No Exit, with Dante King

Francesca Maximé welcomes Dante King for a conversation around the history of systemic racism and white supremacy that leaves Black people with no exit from oppression. Dante King is a Workforce, Learning & Organizational Development professional, specializing in the implementation of equity, diversity, inclusion, social justice, and implicit/unconscious bias educational training, with more than 15 years experience.Throughout his career he has gained expertise in designing, developing, and delivering a combination of retreats, classes, and seminars. Learn more about Dante and his work at danteking.com.

64 minAUG 15
Comments
Ep. 33 – No Exit, with Dante King

Ep. 32 – What is Whiteness? with Dr. Janet E. Helms

Dr. Janet E. Helms joins Francesca to explore the historical roots of whiteness and systemic racism, and offer perspective on privilege and racial identity. Francesca is joined by Dr. Janet E. Helms to explore the concept of whiteness. White is whiteness? What is white-bodied supremacy? Where did this come from in terms of the history of this country? How does it live in people's psyches, movements, behaviors, and actions? What kind of research supports different ways of being? These questions are explored among others concerning race relations, gender, patriarchy, autonomy, and freedom. Dr. Janet E. Helms is the Augustus Long Professor in the Department of Counseling, Developmental, and Educational Psychology and Director of the Institute for the Study and Promotion of Race and Culture at Boston College. She is past president of the Society of Counseling Psychology. Dr. Helms is an APA Fellow in Counseling Psychology, Ethnic Diversity, and Psychology of Women. In addition, she is a member of the Association of Black Psychologists, the American Psychological Society, and the American Educational Research Association. She has written extensively about race, for laypeople as well as for clinicians. Learn more about Dr. Helms: bc.edu

66 minJUL 26
Comments
Ep. 32 – What is Whiteness? with Dr. Janet E. Helms

Ep. 31 – Racism, Capitalism, and Assimilation with Dr. Amer F. Ahmed

Dr. Amer F. Ahmed joins Francesca to discuss the roots of institutionalized racism under capitalism, and how individualization leads to forced assimilation to white culture.

59 minJUL 4
Comments
Ep. 31 – Racism, Capitalism, and Assimilation with Dr. Amer F. Ahmed
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