When: 25 Feb 2021 time: 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM
Exploring the barriers to inclusion within Counselling and Psychotherapy Training and Education, taking place on Thursday 25th February 2021. 6-8pm
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The aspiration for this event is to start a dialogue with programme leaders, tutors, and educational institutions which can inform future diversity and inclusion standards and competences within the industry and practice, with an initial focus on race and ethnicity.
This has been a collaborative and cross-industry effort, with multiple organisations (including PCSR) invested in making real and positive change in Counselling and Psychotherapy training. The event includes an expert panel line-up, and is chaired by Kadra Abdinasir, Head of Children and Young People’s Mental Health at the Centre for Mental Health.
More details on the event and information on how to register can be found on the Event Page. Space is limited for this free event, so don’t delay!
Exploring the barriers to inclusion within Counselling and Psychotherapy Training and Education
Date: Thursday 25 February 2021 6-8pm
Where: Virtual event via Zoom. Applicants to register for a free place (150 available)
Aimed at: Counselling and Psychotherapy Clinical Training Providers
Hosted by: Place2Be, which chairs the sector’s Diversity & Inclusion Coalition
Session Objective: To identify and better understand the diversity and inclusion needs within our professional teaching and learning with Course and Programme Tutors and Leaders.
This event seeks to engage with educational institutions, trainers, programme leaders and other individuals and industry bodies, invested in counselling and psychotherapy training. With an initial focus on race and ethnicity, we will be bringing together a panel of knowledgeable experts and facilitating group discussions which address common themes in training, such as:
The challenges and barriers experienced in counselling and psychotherapy training by our diverse communities
What does good practice look like? Sharing models of good practice of diversity and inclusion in training
What resources and support are needed to ensure training is inclusive and that diversity and inclusion is fully embedded into training?
How do we bring about system level change across the training field?
The aspiration is for this event to start a dialogue to inform future diversity and inclusion standards and competences within the industry and practice.
Chair – Kadra Abdinasir, Head of Children & Young People’s Mental Health, Centre for Mental Health. Also Strategic Lead for The Children and Young People’s Mental Health Coalition.
We look forward to welcoming you.
*Brought to you by the Coalition for Diversity and Inclusion. Membership includes: ACC ACP, BACP, BPC, CPCAB, MCAPN, NCS, Place2Be, PCSR and UKCP.
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