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Trauma Conference 2019

Trauma Conference 2019
Saturday 28th September 2019
‘Trauma in our Communities: Are we contributing to the healing’?
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, London, Islington

Trauma Conference 2019 was a co-creation between BME Voices Talk Mental Health and the Muslim Counsellor and Psychotherapist Network (MCAPN). It was a sold-out event that bought together a great line-up of inspiring speakers. The conference was sponsored by Place2be and The British Psychological Society – Division of Counselling Psychology. It was also supported by Juvenis and Milk & Honey.

A big thank you goes out to all the delegates, speakers and sponsors. Every one of you helped to make the conference a successful event.

‘All of the presentations by the 6 speakers were honest, touching and meaningful’

‘Brilliant conference. I have never felt so touched by the issues raised’

‘A variety of speakers spoke at MH from different perspectives. Impact has been quite inspirational for me from a professional and personal level’

‘Truly inspiring. Life affirming. Re-energised my purpose’

‘Wanted to say as a white woman, white therapist, thank you for the inclusive feeling here, for community & platform to champion your vital work’

‘Every speaker was inspiring. Liked that the speakers ranged across platforms’

‘Fantastic event. Well put together. Emotional and empowering’

‘Simply hearing the wonderful things that are out there supporting our communities. 

The expertise has been incredible and inspiring!’

‘Every speaker was inspiring. Liked that the speakers ranged across platforms’

BME Voices Talk Mental Health Trauma Conference 2019
BME Voices Talk Mental Health Trauma Conference 2019
BME Voices Talk Mental Health Trauma Conference 2019
BME Voices Talk Mental Health Trauma Conference 2019
BME Voices Talk Mental Health Trauma Conference 2019
BME Voices Talk Mental Health Trauma Conference 2019
BME Voices Talk Mental Health Trauma Conference 2019
BME Voices Talk Mental Health Trauma Conference 2019
BME Voices Talk Mental Health Trauma Conference 2019
BME Voices Talk Mental Health Trauma Conference 2019

The speakers included

David Weaver, President of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy
Dr Roxanne Khan, CPsychol, CSci, AFBPsS, FHEA, Chartered Psychologist & Chartered Scientist Director of HARM, Senior Lecturer and Course Leader for BSc (Hons) Forensic Psychology
Sharon Frazer, BA Psychology, MSc Occupational Psychology, Post Grad Cert – Workplace Counselling, Dip Medical Hypnotherapy, Dip Psychodynamic Counselling
Susan Cousins, Reg MBACP Senior Accredited Counsellor | Senior Assurance Advisor, Race-Religion & Belief at Cardiff University & author of ‘Overcoming everyday racism; Building resilience and wellbeing in the face of discrimination and microaggressions’
Ebinehita Iyere, BSc Criminology and Youth Studies, Organisational Psychotherapy: Introduction to Violence and Trauma, currently training at IATE as Child and Adolescent Wellbeing Practitioner
Dr Amira Iqbal, BSc, Dip, DPsych, C.Psychol, AFBPsS, https://www.juvenis.org.uk Chartered Psychologist, Systemic Practitioner