Knowledge Base Category: Articles

The articles and video links below speak into the issue of race and culture in the therapeutic process. The articles have a specific focus on the UK experience.

  1.  Reparation Speech given at the UK House of Common by Sir Hilary Beckles – 16th July 2014
  2.  Reworking Stereotypes for Self Identity in a Black Men’s Psychotherapy Group – Lennox K Thomas
  3.  Securing A Sense Of Identity – An African-Caribbean Perspective – Lennox K Thomas
  4.  Separation And Loss, Sadness And Survival – A Caribbean Legacy – Jacqueline Sharpe
  5.  Separation And The Sense Of Self For Refugees And Asylum Seekers – Cathy Aymer & Toyin Okitikpi
  6.  Silenced: the Black Student Experience – Eugene Ellis
  7.  Silenced: the Black Student Experience – Eugene Ellis
  8.  Supporting Black British University Students – Douglas Guiffrida et al.
  9.  The Golly In The Cupboard – The Emergence Of Identity, Imposed Or Self-Absorbed – Phil Frampton
  10.  The Internal Oppressor and Black identity wounding – Aileen Alleyne
  11.  Towards a Rainbow-Coloured Therapeutic Community – Eugene Ellis
  12.  Understanding black issues in the therapeutic process – Isha McKenzie-Mavinga
  13.  Updating Psychotherapy training: equality and diversity issues in psychotherapy Training –
  14.  Updating Psychotherapy training: equality and diversity issues in psychotherapy Training – Eugene Ellis
  15.  Voice Newspaper Article – Why strong black people do go counselling – Eugene Ellis
  16.  Voice Newspaper Article – Why strong black people do go counselling – Eugene Ellis
  17.  White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Backpack – Peggy McIntosh
  18.  White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack – Peggy McIntosh
  19.  Windrush Children And Broken Attachments – Joan Anim-Addo