EVENTS & ACTIVITIES
We announce all our upcoming events here!
DCLINPSY REFLECTIVE PRACTICE EVENTS
Multiple dates available
The DClinPsy Reflective Practice events provide a support space for 2021 entry applicants on the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from BME backgrounds to enhance their reflective skills and gain tips for managing anxiety ahead of interviews.
Find out more information or sign up here: www.dclinpsyreflection.eventbrite.co.uk
Multiple dates available
This lecture series advocates for a decolonised approach to psychiatry and psychology by increasing exposure and discussion of theoretical and empirical research on race and psychiatry/psychology. In also providing recommendations, it seeks to empower mental health professionals, students and academics to action transformative change in research and practice.
14 May 2021, 17:30 - 19:00: 'Race and racism in psychiatry and psychology’s history' - Delivered by Hari Sewell
28 May 2021, 17:30 - 19:00: 'Psychological impacts of racism and the aftermath of George Floyd' - Delivered by Dr Dwight Turner
10 June 2021, 17:30 - 19:00: 'Race in mental health research, policy and practice' - Delivered by Dr Shubulade Smith CBE
15 June 2021, 17:30 - 19:00: 'Modern day racism at work' - Delivered by Professor Binna Kandola OBE
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DEdPsy Reflective Practice Event
18 January 2021
In collaboration with Trainee Educational Psychologists for Cultural Change (TEPICC), the DEdPsy Reflective Practice Event provided a support space for 2020 entry applicants on the Doctorate in Educational Psychology from BME backgrounds to enhance their reflective skills and gain tips for managing anxiety ahead of interviews.
In Conversation with Black Professors in Mental Health
21 October 2020
To acknowledge and celebrate the incredible contributions of Black professors in mental health research, the BiPP Network, in collaboration with King’s College London, hosted an 'In Conversation with Black Professors in Mental Health' event to discuss. intersections between ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status and mental health; and experiences of inequalities and discrimination in health services
Racial Trauma and Wellbeing Event
15 June 2020
We held an online event supporting, witnessing and in solidarity with prospective and registered mental health practitioners of Black African and Caribbean origin, descent or heritage on being with our own and responding to clients’ experiences of anti-Black trauma.
Race, Racism and Mental Health Event
5 March 2020
We collaborated with the Centre of Pan African Thought to design and deliver the 'Race, Racism and Mental Health' Mini Masters Programme - a three week program that integrates the rich and diverse approaches to mental health that are not taught in mainstream education.
5 September 2019
Our first event was an momentous occasion inviting psychiatrists, psychologists, students, mental health practitioners and researchers to collectively pool their experiences; expertise and skills to enlighten those on racial inequalities within the mental health system, and concerns in accessing careers in psychiatry and psychology.