News and Announcements
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.
Celebrating Diverse Practice: Spirit, Mind and Body
Tickets are now available.
Angel Abitha Chi – knowing who we are on a spirit and soul level
Amal Wartalska – socially inflicted trauma and Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR)
Stephen Abdullah Maynard and Sabnum Dharamsi – classical and contemporary perspectives on the Self in Islamic Counselling
How can writing, as a way of telling stories that must be told, that cannot be told, help us to reckon with all the undoing that needs to be done?
Drawing from her book UNRULY THERAPEUTIC: BLACK FEMINIST WRITINGS AND PRACTICES IN LIVING ROOM, Foluke speaks to creative writing and its space-making possibilities.
“Decolonising Psychoanalysis – Theorising Our Own Experience – Transatlantic Dialogues” Anshu explores the question: can we really escape from the colonial and Eurocentric mindsets that accompanied the birth and growth of psychoanalysis through the 20th and now 21st Centuries?
David’s keynote argues the urgency for establishing anti-racism at the epicentre of the counselling professions and reframing it to serve every part of the population.
Dr Harbrinder Dhillon-Stevens' Keynote talk from BAATN’s 20th-anniversary conference is available to listen to. The...
This issue is a double issue that comprises, six peer-reviewed articles, one interview, and six commentaries honouring Keith Tudor who has authored PPI for many years. Articles include experiences of British Bangladeshi clients, Grenfell Tower and the process around establishing an anti racist policy.
Rameri Reshkhi Moukam’s keynote talk from BAATN’s 20th-anniversary conference is available to listen to. This is for...