By Daseta Gray Racism is embedded in our world and in all facets of academia, and the institution of Psychoanalysis is not immune.
Urban Kids Journeys welcomes you to an exciting (and free!) Baby and Wee Zoom Session for families with children 0 to age 3, this Saturday, August 1st from 11 am-12 pm!
By Daseta Gray In 1492, Italian explorer Christopher Columbus landed in what is now the Bahamas.
There are many books about the experiences of the enslaved however, there has not been an in-depth analysis of the psyches of the brutal white men and women who, for centuries, operated a system of brutality while they took away the voices of their captives.
By Daseta Gray Many enslaved African infants and toddlers were forcibly separated from their mothers for years without the opportunity to develop an ego which prevented them from developing a healthy relationship with internal objects.
By Daseta Gray At its best Psychoanalysis is about courage, the courage to explore uncomfortable terrain. The analyst and the analysand embark on a journey together.
Note: Ms. Grey offers this work as a living document, not complete, and in process. She looks forward to developing the work through dialogue. We commend her bravery in this regard and invite you to participate.
“Raising Voices for Babies,” is a growing statewide movement, bringing together diverse professionals in local communities who work with infants, toddlers and their families.
It’s a growing statewide movement, bringing together diverse professionals in local communities who work with infants, toddlers and their families to promote high-quality & comprehensive services and become the “Infancy Voice” within broader Early Childhood Initiatives.
The Congressional Black Caucus Health Braintrust released Friday, September 18, 2015 the 2015 Kelly Report on Health Disparities in America, an official Congressional analysis of the state of African-American health that aims to reversing negative health trends in communities of color from Harlem to Hollywood.
HW Partner First 2000 Days NY™ Campaign @ the Harlem Book Fair: The journey to literacy for our youngest learners Join us as we discuss how social- emotional development, mental health and investing in our youngest learners help chart the path to literacy.
As a leader in the community, business owner, parent, and member of the community it is up to us to help our infants and toddlers have a great start to their success later.
By Daseta Gray, M.Ed, Certified Infant/Toddler Specialist Disposition means ones attitude, perspective and beliefs. As an Educator, child care provider, parent and community leader you must keep in mind you are the key to helping to develop young minds.