Trish Farley

Author: Trish Farley

Trish Farley is an anti-oppressive social worker, consultant, trainer and community organizer based in New York City. With over a decade of experience in nonprofit programs, her working knowledge draws from building relationships in a variety of settings: schools, transitional housing programs, juvenile detention, etc. Currently, she is a consultant for the school-based prevention program at Freedom Institute, a nonprofit recovery center in Manhattan. She receives anti-racist training and ongoing mentoring from the People's Institute for Survival and Beyond, which she credits for transforming her life and career.
  • MSW, Silberman School of Social Work, Hunter College; BA, Rutgers University at New Brunswick, NJ; Licensed in New York State
  • Social Worker, Consultant, Anti-racist Trainer/Community Organizer, Adjunct Lecturer
  • Freedom Institute, People's Institute for Survival and Beyond, NYU's Silver School of Social Work
  • Prevention, Lifestyle Change, Structural Racism, Anti-oppressive Practice
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Check Your Blind Spot: Understanding Implicit Bias

Implicit bias is a well-studied phenomenon. The phrase refers to the unconscious attitudes we have towards groups of people. So, what does this look like in treatment?