How can we help counselling/psychotherapy students look at inequalities and cultural diversity within the student training group? - Gillian Proctor, Jeffrey Cornelius-White, Emmanuelle Zech & Brendon MurleyCourse
In this workshop, we will each briefly present our experiences in issues arising within training. Our focus will be on issues of inequalities and cultural diversity within training, the profession and society and issues of colonialism, oppression
Acknowledging Racial Identities in Therapy Workshop with Mark WilliamsCourse
This is a 90-minute work shop that will invite participants to consider the barriers to the inclusion of racialised identities in therapy. In our discussion we will examine findings from research studies that document the complexities and challenges
The Good White Therapist Workshop with Dr Ruth Smith PhD.Course
Based on Ruth’s PhD research into how white trainee counsellors understand race, racism and whiteness, this talk will consider her original concept of the ‘Good White Counsellor’.
Working With Our Racial Blind Spots Workshop with Sarah HenryCourse
In this workshop is to facilitate delegates’ exploration of their racial blind spots and the assumptions they make from their own racial frame of reference.
It's Not All Black And White Workshop with Dr Rachel-Rose BurrellCourse
A workshop exploring how religious faith (Christianity) is defined and expressed through the therapist - client lens; in black, white and in colour.
Cultural Colourism Workshop with Yvon GuestCourse
Colourism is discrimination against individuals based on the shade of their skin. It is thought those with the darkest skin experience more than lighter skinned people.