Would you like a clearer understanding about the origins and impact of Black psychology and how it affects people from Afro-Caribbean communities living in the UK?
This webinar, delivered by Malcolm Phillips and Bhavna Sennik will address this and also provide a clearer idea how you might apply that knowledge to clients you see from those same cultural backgrounds.
Please note, this webinar will not be recorded.
To avoid disappointment please only book a place if you are able to attend the live webinar.
Malcolm Phillips: I began the task of developing African and Caribbean approaches to mental health work in 1987 when employed as a counsellor working with young people in London Charity. It was there I became aware of the need for developing specific services to cater the needs of African and Caribbean communities. Since 1990 I have worked developing African centred services in the voluntary sector, NHS and in local authorities. In 1993 I co-founded the Black Therapy Association which provided the first Diploma training in Black Therapy. I was the founder and Co-Chair of Safoa, the National African and Caribbean Mental Health Network. I am currently a board member of the UK Chapter of The Association Of Black Psychologists, I have lectured widely in the UK, Europe and USA on delivering therapy and Mental health services to Black communities.
Registration is FREE and available online and only open to DCoP Trainee Members.
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Please note, this webinar will not be recorded. To avoid disappointment please only book a place if you are able to attend the live webinar.
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