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The title of Foluke Taylor’s talk is for therapists who have considered leaving / when being at (and after) the end of the world is enuf. Foluke explores how the stories we tell – about therapy, and being a therapist/client, and the aim of a therapeutic – shape how we respond in a world of racialised, gendered hierarchies. What stories are we forced to contend with while we study and practice, and how do they shape our therapeutic interventions and responses? As we celebrate 20 years of BAATN, what are the emerging stories that might hold and carry us into a desired future?