Onlinevents are offering a total of eight modular workshops delivered which can be taken at anytime to help provide the best quality service to clients. They can be taken in any sequence and the hours will count towards certificate training (process and group based) in Race, culture and antidiscrimination offered separately via (Email:

We take safety very seriously. Please note we will be providing safety and aftercare protocols to provide a contained space for all doing this work and in particular consideration of those with lived in experiences.

This session will orient you to the core tenets and journey of becoming an race and culture-aware therapist, and ask both individually and collectively: what will you need to do to “see” clients who are racially and/or culturally diverse to you in your therapeutic practice? These ideas will be contrasted with similar and white/white dyads identities too as well as in relating differences to "Collective otherness" as a generic term for group level discrimination and prejudice.

We will explore the contextual themes which create racio-cultural “otherness” such as power relations, systemic and indirect discrimination, social and political context, the possible meaning(s) of racial dialogue, racio-cultural identity crisis, and lived-in experiences for client groups whose house is structured differently to your own with its own epistemological frame of reference.

The purpose of these workshops is to kickstart your reflective process so you can make the leap towards equality of service regardless of racial-cultural diversity.

Your Learning Resources

  • View Recording

    View the full recording of the workshop at your leisure. Come back to the recording at any time and pick up where you left off. Watch the video as many times as you wish to deeply embed the learning.

  • CPD Certificate

    View the whole video to access a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Certificate. The Certificate is proof of your commitment to continuing and deepening your learning as a practitioner.

Course curriculum

    1. Workshop Details

    2. Workshop Recording

About this course

  • Free
  • 2 lessons
  • 1.5 hours of video content

Mamood Ahmad

I am a UKCP Psychotherapist, trainer, author and founder of "The Antidiscrimination Foundation" (TADF) which provides diversity and anti-discrimination focused consultancy & training services to institutes and individuals. (, email: I hold a private practice in the village of Binfield, Berkshire. I am very passionate about Wing Chun so best not to ask me about it unless you have a long time to listen!

Sam Jamal

Sam specialises in working with abuse, sexual issues, sexuality, trauma, relationships and group work. She is a lead trainer with the anti-discrimination foundation (#TADF)

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