Thu, 02 Jul|
COPING WITH RACIAL TRAUMA
Inside Out June Well-being Event
Time & Location
02 Jul 2020, 18:00 – 20:00
About The Event
Following the demand for our 'Coping with Racial Trauma' Workshop, we will be facilitating another workshop on Thursday 2nd July 2020.
Racial trauma is the cumulative effects of racism on an individual’s mental and physical health (Carter and Forsyth, 2009). It has been linked to anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Recent events have resurfaced experiences of racial trauma for many people within the Black Community, so we are creating a safe space for those who have been affected. If you have been feeling physically, mentally, socially and spiritually exhausted due to current events, join us on Thursday 2nd July 2020 for:
COPING WITH RACIAL TRAUMA:
In this 2-hour interactive event, we will be discussing:
- The spectrum of Racial Trauma
- Psychological impacts of racial trauma
- Effective research-backed tools and techniques to cope with racial trauma
This event will be facilitated by 3 Mental Health Professionals from the Black Community:
@Dryvettearthur - Clinical Psychologist
Dr Yvette Arthur (CPsychol, MSc, BSc) is a charted clinical psychologist, who has worked in the community and in hospitals, with various age groups. She primarily provides psychological therapy to individuals, groups and families.
Yvette currently works in an early intervention service for people experiencing psychosis. She also provides consultation to a children’s home. Yvette is passionate about community psychology, understanding mental health amongst people from Black and Minority Ethnic communities, and highlighting the positive relationship between faith and mental health.
@deji_vu - Forensic Mental Health Practitioner
Deji Maxwell (BSc, MSc) is a forensic mental health practitioner working for one of the major mental health charities in the UK. He works on a specialist gangs project which entails completing mental health assessments and interventions on young gang nominals and those believed to have gang affiliation. He recently helped to roll out the #knifefree advocacy campaign with the Home Office and has been invited to Number 10 Downing Street to celebrate his work with young adults. He has over 6 years of experience in the mental health sector and has worked in all branches of the field (adults, children & forensic). He has a master’s degree in clinical psychology and an undergraduate degree in psychology. He has worked his way through the sector building strong connections and is now involved in numerous consultations with London local authorities, the government and MOPAC helping to influence policies on youth violence, knife crime and mental health. He has delivered training/presentations to the national probation service and has been to several universities to give mental health talks.
@nessabanks_ - Psychological Therapist
Vanessa Boachie (BSc, PGCert), Founder and Creative Director of Inside Out UK is a Social Entrepreneur with a background as a Psychological Therapist and Wellness Coach. Vanessa has been working in mental health for five years and is particularly interested in empowering others to manage and optimising their mental well-being. She has worked with leading organisations such as Virgin Group Ltd, BBC, NHS, House of Commons and Crown Prosecution Service. Vanessa has facilitated creative mental health educational workshops and events across the country in Higher education, corporate organisations and places of worship, as well as one to one well-being sessions. She is on a mission to help others 'live their best lives' through supporting them to develop an understanding of themselves.
For more information contact: email@example.com
This online workshop will be hosted on Zoom, further detail will be sent following registration.