I attended a full day of Continuing Education for my professional license yesterday and one of the sessions was on "Diversity". The speaker gave the following information as a way to spur discussion. I found this breakdown of information very interesting. As you look over it what thoughts or emotions result for you? As we further discussed diversity we talked a lot about privilege. An interesting point he made regarding the topic was "Recognizing our own privilege brings up many different emotions. None of them comfortable". The speakers overall point was that as caregivers for others (therapists, social workers, etc.) we need to be self-aware regarding diversity issues and intentional about discussing those issues and their impact upon us, others, our relationships, and our culture as a whole. I thought this would be an interesting discussion for us at MR as I know we have a diverse population of members here.