Your agency gave professional business cards to all the staff, except you. There was a staff party, but you were not invited. A case manager rolled his eyes when you spoke up at a team meeting. You were speaking passionately at a clinical meeting and were asked to stop personalizing the issue. Many peer specialists experience these subtle yet real micro-aggressions. In this class, Pat Deegan helps you identify micro-aggressions and suggest practical strategies for managing and eliminating them.