What about us? Cultural Awareness in Clinical Practice
By Afsana Faheem & Kate Cooper
Afsana Faheem and Dr Kate Cooper from the University of Bath talk with guests from around the country about their experiences of working with diverse service users accessing mental health services. The guests also share their personal experiences and journeys within the clinical psychology profession and offer advice to aspiring clinical psychologists. @WAU_Podcast
In this episode we focus on men's mental health, with a particular focus on men from ethnic minority communities. We are joined by Ontonio Dawson who is a Psychological Therapist, Minister of Religion and founder of #SpeakBlackMan. Ontonio talks about his journey within clinical psychology and shares his invaluable experience of working with diverse communities.
In this episode, we are joined by Dr Mary Griggs, Lead Clinical Psychologist working in Bristol. Mary talks about her experience of working with the deaf community, as well as the refugee and asylum seeker communities. Mary shares useful insights about working with such diverse groups.
In this episode, we are joined by Dr Juliette McClendon who is an Assistant Professor in Psychiatry at Boston University. Juliette talks about Black mental health and how racial discrimination contributes to PTSD. Community challenges in clinical practice and advice on cultural competence is offered. @WAU_Podcast
We are delighted to share our bonus episode featuring Consultant Clinical Psychologist & President Elect for the BABCP - Dr Andrew Beck. Originally recorded for teaching purposes for our cultural competence lecture here at University of Bath. @WAU_Podcast
In this episode we are joined by a number of guests who talk about their experiences of working with diverse groups in clinical practice. The guests for this episode are Clinical Psychologists Dr Razia Akhtar and Dr Glorianne Said, as well as Counselling Psychologist Dr Nadia Rahman Sadiq. @WAU_Podcast
In this episode we are joined by a number of guests who talk about their own personal experiences of working within the clinical psychology profession. The guests for this episode are Clinical Psychologists Dr Norah O'Shea and Dr Mandeep Kallu, and CBT therapist and Chair of the equality and diversity group for BABCP - Saiqa Naz. @WAU_Podcast