Writing Your dissertation Workshop

For students of African, Asian and Caribbean heritage

With Sharon Bond

3rd February 2018

North London Group Therapy, 9 Manor Gardens, London N7 6LA

Training to become a therapist involves many challenges. The written dissertation however, seems to create a particular kind of challenge for both students of colour and their training organisations as issues of identity, competence and vulnerability merge into, what can sometimes be, painful impasses. In this workshop we will be addressing each individuals unique challenges as well as exploring common themes within a spirit of shared learning.

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.

Who should attend the training?
Trainee psychotherapists, counsellors and psychologists of African, Asian and Caribbean heritage.

Date: 3rd February 2018
Time: 10am till 4:30pm
Venue: North London Group Therapy, 9 Manor Gardens, London N7 6LA
Fee: £45 (£35 members)

Facilitators

Sharon Bond

Sharon Bond is a Consultant Systemic & Family Psychotherapist and Director of Chiron Training Ltd. She currently teaches on the Foundation and intermediate level courses for Chiron Training. She has a well-established independent practice, which offers clinical supervision to individuals and groups and she live-supervises qualified family therapists in a CAMHS setting.

Co-host – Eugene Ellis

Eugene Ellis is a UKCP registered Integrative Arts Psychotherapist and founder of ‘The Black and Asian Therapists Network’. He has been very active in facilitating a conversation around the Black and Asian experience in the therapeutic process with the general therapy community through articles, podcasts and audiobooks as well as supporting the Black and Asian therapy community to grow and develop.

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