The Dr. Vibe Show

On the October 4, 2020 edition of Black Canada Talking™, the guest was Dr. Vidoll Regisford – Ph.D., M.Ed., S.S.W., R.P.

– Dr. Regisford is a registered psychotherapist and counselling practitioner, with the Ontario College of Registered Psychotherapist and the Ontario Association of Mental Health Professionals
– Additionally, he is a certified Trauma & Critical Incident Stress Management specialist, serving police services, air traffic services, child protection agencies and insurance companies
– For more than 30 years, he has worked with children and youth in a variety of organizations, children’s mental health and recreational settings, incorporating various treatment modalities to effectively bring about change and wellness for his clients, their families and caregivers
– He has delivered training and skills-shops to foster parents, caregivers, caseworkers, social workers, leaders and management of detentions centers, foster homes and group homes
– These efforts have been awarded by the Association of Canadian Community Colleges, the Ontario Hospital Association, as well as international bodies focused on innovation in preventative health, such as the International Society of Blacks in Health Sciences and more
– His efforts to eradicate the barriers and stigma’s associated with mental health continue in the form of presentations, lectures, magazines and his radio program to a variety of audiences
– He has occupied positions in the non-profit/public sector, working in a variety of escalating leadership roles from Director to Vice-President, regionally and nationally, impacting Diversity and Inclusion in organizations
– He also serves as Principal of Knowledge Solutions and Associates, a general clinical and consulting practice to clients and organizations

Dr. Regisford was live on our show hosting a conversation with four Black Canadian women who have experienced anti-black racism and racial trauma in the corporate workplace.

During the conversation:

– Dr. Regisford gave his takes current status of Black Canadians and mental health
– Each of the women share some of their story of being a racialized woman in the corporate world
– Where there cultural supports in the workplaces that they are/were working in?
– Their thoughts on companies over the last few months declaring initiatives addressing racism and racial trauma in the workplace
– The effects of racial trauma has on them professionally, their families and the Black community
– Who have been their best allies

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