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Race and Social Equity (RASE) Spring Forum 2022

Speaker: Isis Bey



A Master’s Level Clinician, Ms. Bey completed her education at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in Charlotte, NC. She has over 20 years of experience working with children and families. Ms. Bey is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with the North Carolina Social Work Licensing Board. She is Nationally Certified in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy [TF-CBT] and is Nationally Certified as a Complex Trauma Professional. She is trained in additional Modalities such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Somatic Experiencing, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Ms. Bey is currently an Adjunct Professor at multiple Universities teaching undergraduate and graduate-level courses such as Trauma, Group Therapy, and Interpersonal Skills. She also provides Clinical Supervision, is an Implicit Bias Trainer, and provides training and consultation in developing trauma-informed programs, clinical spaces, professional development, and various topics in mental health and racial disparities.

Ms. Bey has practice experience using Mindfulness, Spiritual Social Work, Drumming, and Dance as a therapeutic tool. Ms. Bey offers treatment through an Eclectic Humanistic Approach. This is a person-centered, strength-based approach. The belief is that the client is the expert of his or her life experiences. Ms. Bey is a guide and coach in the treatment process, offering tools, resources, skills, and techniques to assist the individual in the healing process. Ms. Bey uses treatment modalities that are trauma-informed and evidence-based. Ms. Bey loves spending time with her family and traveling.