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Reflections on race, religion and wellbeing

Join us for a conversation with the book authors of this seminal and relevant chapter.

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Reflections on race, religion and wellbeing
Reflections on race, religion and wellbeing

Time & Location

Jul 11, 2022, 6:45 PM – 8:00 PM

Online Event - Zoom

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About The Event

Dr Yvette Arthur, Dr Haben Ghezai, Dr Nancy Nsiah and Dr Prabhleen Sandhu are Clinical Psychologists who collectively form the Intercultural Psychology consultants. IPC offers specialist consultation, workshops, teaching and therapy on topics relating to race, culture and religion as it pertains to mental health and wellbeing. In their chapter entitled 'Reflections on race, religion and wellbeing', they explore how they have centered faith whilst navigating the intersections of their professional and personal identities as women from racially marginalised backgrounds. The book chapter aims to challenge readers to consider the value of integrating religion/spirituality and race within their therapeutic practice, whilst reflecting on how their own personal experiences of faith have sustained them through the practical and emotional challenges of centering anti-discriminatory practice.

 Arthur, Y., Sandhu, P., Nsiah, N., & Ghezai, H., (2021). Reflections on race, religion and wellbeing. In S. Aris, H. Garraway, & H. Gilbert (Eds.), Mental Health, Spirituality and Wellbeing. A handbook for health and social care professionals, service users and carers (pp. 287-298). Pavilion: West Sussex.

Dr. Yvette Arthur is a Senior Clinical Psychologist working within an NHS Early Intervention Service for people experiencing psychosis for the first time.

Dr. Haben Ghezai is a Senior Clinical Psychologist working within an NHS Early Intervention Service for people experiencing psychosis for the first time and also a Senior Clinical Psychologist and Training and Capacity Lead within a leading human rights organisation working with survivors of torture. 

Dr Nancy Nsiah works within a specialist, tertiary care paediatric hospital as a Clinical Psychologist supporting children with long term health conditions.

Dr. Prabhleen Sandhu is a Clinical Psychologist working in paediatric healthcare and child and adolescent mental health services

The event is free of charge.

Please click on the link to register your interest in attending the online event.

The Zoom log-in details will then be forwarded to all those wishing to join the event prior to Monday 11th  July.

The waiting room will be open from 6:45 pm and then the event will start at 7:00 pm prompt. The event will end at 8:00 pm. There will be time for questions and reflections.

We look forward to seeing you at the event.

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