Representation in Clinical Psychology
Building an Inclusive Mental Health System
African Health and Wellbeing Day is a landmark event that is aimed at the African and African Caribbean community of Britain. It brings together African centered therapists, wellbeing experts and organisations specialising in mental and physical health for a fun packed festival of educational talks, seminars and exhibitors.
The aim is to raise awareness of the culturally specific therapies and therapeutic services that build community resilience and healing. It’s a day for breaking taboos around accessing support services and showcasing solutions that tackle the shocking health disparities that Black (African and African Caribbean) people face.
This talk is one of the sessions that’s a part of the overall conference.
The Full Programme
Main Hall: 11am – 4pm
Exhibitors: Meet the best of Britains African centered therapists, wellbeing practitioners, natural product vendors and charities.
Seminars: Intimate breakout sessions with leading wellbeing practitioners
Conference Room: 11am – 6pm
Keynote 1: 11am – 12:15pm
Race, Class, Poverty & Health – Understanding the Social Determinants of Poor Health Outcomes
Keynote 2: 1pm – 2pm
Building Community Resilience – Popularising African Psychology and African Centered Therapy
Keynote 3: 2.30pm – 3.30pm
Towards an inclusive future – Representation in Clinical Psychology and the Mental Health System
Panel Discussion: 4pm-5.30pm
Challenging Mental Health Policy – Recommendations for Legislative Transformation
Who Should Attend?
- Mental Health practitioners
- Wellbeing practitioners
- Students and researchers
- GP and nurses
- Counsellors and Therapists
- Service Users
- Social workers
- Local Authority policymakers
- Fitness experts
Click here for the full program, speakers list and exhibitor information
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