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Open Training Event

Writing your dissertation workshop

For students of African, Asian and Caribbean heritage with Sharon Bond

11 March 2023 10:30am – 4:30pm Online


With the support of therapeutic practitioner, Sharon Bond, who is well versed in this area and has many years of experience supporting students through the dissertation process we will be exploring:

  • Translating your competence onto paper.
  • The areas of the writing process that are personally challenging.
  • What informs you in your writing.
  • The process of finding your voice.

Want to meet face to face instead? There is another event on the 13th May 23. Find out More

Who should attend the training?

Trainee psychotherapists, counsellors and psychologists of African, Asian and Caribbean heritage.

Please note: All participants who book onto this training please bring with you a short statement – no more than 500 words in length – in response to the following question “When did you first know that you were Black/ Brown? What was the impact on you of knowing this?”


Sharon Bond


Online meeting via Zoom

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£65 (Members £50)
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Booking Conditions

  • Bookings can be made any time up until 5 pm on the day before the event.
  • Only the next two upcoming dates will be open for registration at any one time.
  • If you have difficulty booking, email the BAATN administrator
  • If an event is full, email the BAATN administrator to go on the waiting list. If a place becomes available before 5 pm on the day before the event, priority will be given to those at the top of the waiting list.

Full payment will need to be made to guarantee a place.

Refund policy and other booking information

What delegates have said:

“Fantastic training. Well delivered and structured. The trainer was very competent and knew her stuff.” 

“I highly recommended this course. But, get on it months before your dissertation starts. It will boost your confidence in how to approach your work and find your voice in it”

“The workshop provided a safe and conducive space to explore and discuss issues related to writing dissertations from a Black perspective. Highly recommended.”

“I appreciated (and am grateful for) the facilitator ‘going the extra mile’ to support attendees, where requested.”


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