For Black Couples: When a Reframe isn't Enough

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Dr. Henry discusses clinical strategies for treating Black couples from the lens of the Integrative Systemic Therapy (IST) framework and using an innovative model called Integrative Culinary Therapy (ICT). Due to the history of Black people in the U.S. and the distinct multigenerational transmission of culture and identity in the Black community, rationale will be established for culturally informed interventions to be a sound approach for treatment. Dr. Henry provides relevant sociocultural information that highlights the unique coupling habits of this marginalized population, as well as an overview of IST and ICT. 

Speaker Biography

Racine R. Henry, Ph.D., LMFT, CCTP has been practicing psychotherapy since 2008 and currently holds a license in Marriage and Family Therapy in New York. In addition to extensive work with couples, Racine is experienced in group therapy, family therapy, anger management training, and treating various mental health diagnoses including depression, infidelity, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and adjustment issues. Dr. Henry is a Clinical Fellow and Approved Supervisor with the American Association of Marriage & Family Therapy as well as a Core Faculty member of The Family Institute at Northwestern University. Additionally, Dr. Henry is the founder of Sankofa Marriage & Family Therapy, PLLC and the creator of Integrative Culinary Therapy and the “A Palate For Love”™️ series.

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