Radical Person-Centred Care presented by Wednesdae Reim Ifrach, REAT, ATR-BC, ATCS, LPC, NCC, CLAT, LCMHC, TPMH, LPCC

Webinar: Radical Person-Centred Care

This presentation seeks to share the nuances of creating a radicalized, person-centred framework in working with patients and clients across the spectrum of human identities. As of late, “person-centred care” and “trauma-informed care” have become buzzwords for the general ethical standard of care, when the purpose of these concepts was to elevate our care to something more. Radical person-centred care needs to be more than just listening to our patients/clients; we need to address the inequities and inequitable access those people face and work alongside them as advocates to eradicate barriers and aid in creating lives worth living.

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May 25 2023


Mountain Time
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

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  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: May 25 2023
  • Time: 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM



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  • Wednesdae Reim Ifrach (They/Them/Theirs)
    Wednesdae Reim Ifrach (They/Them/Theirs)

    Wednesdae is a trans/non-binary art therapist, fat activist and artist whose work focuses on body justice, intersectional social justice and eating disorder treatment equity access.

    They are the Director for Walden Behavioral Care’s Rainbow Road, the country’s first virtual eating disorder 2slgbtqia+ IOP & PHP. They also co-own and operate Rainbow Recovery where they support people through the gender affirmation process, complex trauma recovery, eating disorder recovery and body image issues.

    Wednesdae melds the world of art therapy, social justice, trauma recovery and eating disorder recovery into a unique opportunity for people to expand their understanding of the world. To that end M had the honor to participate in the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)’s Artful Practices for Well-being and has had artwork on display at the Baltimore Museum of Art as part of Art as Activism.

    They have presented at national and international conferences, are a former adjunct professor and continues to guest lecture. They also serve on the Board of Project HEAL, a non-profit whose mission is to create treatment equity access in the eating disorder field. Wednesdae’s biggest passions outside of work include spending time with their many rescue animals, experimenting with traditional family recipes, painting, and spending time with their partner.

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