Fri, 03 May | Aashna Counselling and Psychotherapy

Let's Get Uncomfortable 3rd Encounter: Exploring challenges organisations face being more inclusive

Aashna and PCU Chair, Richard Bagnall-Oakeley invite training organisations, professional bodies BACP, UKCP, NCS, etc and social justice organisations PCU, PCSR, etc to explore the challenges organisations face in being more inclusive
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Let's Get Uncomfortable 3rd Encounter: Exploring challenges organisations face being more inclusive

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03 May 2019, 18:15 – 21:15
Aashna Counselling and Psychotherapy, 1 Castle Mews, London N12 9EH, UK

About the Event

Let’s Get Uncomfortable: Embedding Explorations of Race, Ethnicity, Culture and Power in Counselling & Psychotherapy Trainings

3rd Encounter: Aashna and PCU Chair, Richard Bagnall-Oakeley invite training organisations, professional bodies BACP, UKCP, NCS, etc and social justice organisations PCU, PCSR, etc to explore the challenges organisations face in being more inclusive

ABOUT Let's Get Uncomfortable

As part of Aashna’s vision to generate dialogues and facilitate change around diverse issues, we have affiliated with the Black, African and Asian Therapy Network (BAATN), the Minster Centre, Psychotherapists and Counsellors for Social Responsibility (PCSR) and the Psychotherapy and Counselling Union (PCU) for a series of encounter events to explore and develop a framework for embedding explorations of race, ethnicity, culture and power in counselling and psychotherapy training.

OUR AIM

To hold a series of encounters exploring race, ethnicity, culture and power within our trainings. Each encounter will be held at Aashna Counselling & Psychotherapy, ending at The Minster Centre, London for the final gathering. We hope that from these discussions involving key organisations and professional bodies we start to create action and change in counselling and psychotherapy trainings.

In this series of encounters we invite students, trainers, supervisors, heads of organisations and training organisations of all backgrounds to create dialogues and action around our key question: What would a more inclusive training genuinely look like?

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