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A new client, a black woman in her 40s, was emotional at the end
of our initial session. ‘It’s been so challenging to find a therapist, and one who is culturally sensitive,’ she said. ‘It feels like a load has been lifted off my shoulders.’ As I smiled at her, I didn’t tell her what I was thinking – that I never thought as a black, working-class woman diagnosed at age 49 with dyslexia, I would be working as a qualified counsellor in private practice at age 50.
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.