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Latest Blog Posts
How do you deal with earth-shattering health news as a working parent? Over the years, Catriona and I have drawn from theories and research linking back to our work as therapists to maintain our physical and mental well-being. We have lived it and, although no days are easy for us, we successfully juggle health, work and being a parent; and somehow wake up to three amazing children, who are thriving and growing each day. These are our 12 tips that we hope you find useful.
We are all saddened by the news of Benjamin Zephaniah’s passing. What a beautiful soul. Watch Eugene Ellis in conversation with Benjamin Zephaniah at the Black Men on the Couch event at the Bernie Grant Centre, Tottenham 2011. This event was the second in the series aiming to change the status quo surrounding counselling and psychotherapy.
We are thrilled to announce the launch of our new webpage, dedicated to honouring the Windrush generation as we kick off this year’s Black History Month in association with The National Archives. Explore captivating interviews, photos, insightful research papers, archival records, and a plethora of useful links. We celebrate the rich history and remarkable contributions of our incredible community and explore the vibrant stories that have shaped our past and resonate with our present.
A new publication by Karen Shireen Minikin
Date for the diary!
The book-launch event will take place on Wednesday, 11th of October, 5:30 pm
Available for pre-order
20% Discount: use code SMA38, available on the Routledge website until 31st October 23.