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Closed Practitioner Event

Mutual care, art making and wellbeing

Exploring the roots of white supremacy in wellness and mental health and how collective artistic connection can shape things differently

Date: Saturday 17th August 2024
Time: 10.30am – 12.30pm
Venue: Online via Zoom


This workshop aims to explore and create a reflective and adaptive space around the themes of collective connection and creation in response to an increasingly pathologized world. We will explore the roots of white supremacy in therapy practice and begin to challenge what it means to be well and healthy. What is anti-racist or anti-oppressive practice? Can we begin to name and share what this looks like? We will work to imagine alternative forms of mutual care through art and creative connection.

Please do come prepared with art materials – this can be a piece of paper and pen.

Who should attend this training

Professionals and students welcome.



Richa Okhandiar-MacDougall
Facilitated by Poppy Banerjee

This event has been organised the BAATN South Asian Narratives Group:
Poppy Banerjee, Vedia Maharaj, Naila Dunleavy, Anvita Madan-Bahel, Nafeesa Javed, Palak Mehta.



Online meeting via Zoom.

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Saturday 17th August 2024

10.30am – 12.30pm


£25 for members
£20 for student members
£35 for non members
£50 for Organisations

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    • Bookings can be made any time up until Thursday at 5 pm before the day of the event.
    • Only the next two upcoming dates will be open for registration at any one time.
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