A COLLABORATIVE CAREGIVER-CHILD ANTI-RACISM PROGRAM (CCARP)
My name is Alice Woolverton, and I am conducting a study about how white parents and primary caregivers and their children can learn and develop anti-racist knowledge and skills together! The title of this program is A Collaborative Caregiver-Child Anti-Racism Program (CCARP).
A little bit about me: I am a white woman completing my clinical psychology PhD at Suffolk Univiersity. I am motivated to reduce racism among children and foster the next generation of anti-racist kids!
I am offering a five-week-long program to white caregiver-child pairs. This program is based on research and developed by me, a psychologist in training who has worked with children aged 5-18, and my mentor, Amy Marks, an experienced developmental psychologist. The main goal of the program is to test its feasibility and acceptability; in other words, how you think it went and how we can improve!
Participation is completely remote and through Zoom, email, and a secure survey platform called Qualtrics. Here is what the program includes:
Completion of two sets of questionnaires, one before and one after the program (around 30 mins)
Completion of two interviews with me or Amy, one before and one after the program about what you expected and how it went (around 20 minutes/ interview)
One week of intensive guided caregiver-only learning about the topics you will talk with your child about through Qualtrics (we will teach you how to use Qualtrics!)
Two weeks of engaging with your child in developmentally appropriate guided conversations and activities about race, racism, anti-racism, and white privilege through Qualtrics
Two 15-minute consultation phone calls with me or Amy to discuss how the program is going after weeks 2 and 3
Participation is completely voluntary. Please reach out to me to learn more about participation in CCARP. My email address is email@example.com.