COVID-19 and the BAME Community

In this podcast, listen to Rabeya, a bilingual psychotherapist who works at Nafsiyat Intercultural Therapy centre, explore the impact COVID-19 continues to have on people from black and minority ethic groups and how we can contribute to help those facing extra difficulties. Nafsiyat are a charity who offer intercultural therapy in over 20 languages to […]

COVID-19 and the BAME Community

Resource description: In this podcast, listen to Rabeya, a bilingual psychotherapist who works at Nafsiyat Intercultural Therapy centre, explore the impact COVID-19 continues to have on people from black and minority ethic groups and how we can contribute to help those facing extra difficulties. Nafsiyat are a charity who offer intercultural therapy in over 20 […]

Free Online Workshops on Intercultural Awareness

Keeping Well North Central London (NCL) is proud to offer this free interactive, experiential workshop for all health and social care staff across North Central London. The workshop will aim to enhance participants’ self-awareness, empathic knowledge and understanding of the experiences of people from cultures other than their own. The aim is for this to form […]

Uncomfortable Conversations (about race)

In this podcast to mark Black History month,  listen in on Keeping Well NCL Hub colleagues’ Ola Ajala (black Nigerian born, British mental health nurse and family therapist)  and Jocelyn Blumberg  (White South African born, Clinical Psychologist)  conversation about race, privilege, Black History Month and why uncomfortable conversations are important for growth.

Uncomfortable Conversations (about race)

Resource description: In this podcast to mark Black History month,  listen in on Keeping Well NCL Hub colleagues’ Ola Ajala (black Nigerian born, British mental health nurse and family therapist)  and Jocelyn Blumberg  (White South African born, Clinical Psychologist)  conversation about race, privilege, Black History Month and why uncomfortable conversations are important for growth. Read time: minutes Link […]

Black History Month webinar: Racism, stigma and fear: Barriers to accessing mental health

Watch our webinar where we discuss the existence of multicultural Britain over the centuries and how it lay hidden and barely visible before our modern age, due to injustices and racism towards communities deemed ‘foreign’ and / or ‘other.’ It is presented by Baffour Ababio, psychoanalytic intercultural psychotherapist at Nafsiyat Intercultural Therapy Centre, which was […]

Heather Chambers – Growing Up Black

Resource description: Heather Chambers is an Assistant Psychologist working in the Camden MOSAIC CAMHS’s team for children with disabilities. Heather shares her powerful poem and an accompanying commentary to frame the poem that asks important questions about how all of us can actively do, say, and think things differently when racism is active – our […]

Irene Henderson – Coronavirus and Race

Resource description: Irene Henderson is the Clinical Governance & Quality Manager and Race Diversity Champion at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust. Irene shares some observations about where race and racism seem to have featured in the unfolding story of COVID-19, and some ideas about what any of us, whether from a BAME background […]