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About KaemoTherapy

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About KaeMoTherapy

Learning, growing, moving forward...

At Kaemotherapy we specialise in helping mental health professionals (therapists, counsellors, psychotherapists) in private practice, organisations and educational settings, develop practical skills to work with a diverse range of clients and grow their businesses. We do this through our workshops, training and coaching.


Our passionate trainers help mental health professionals overcome barriers and gain critical knowledge that will enable them to work more effectively with their clients, based on the decades of experience within the team. We’ve worked with some of the largest mental health organisations here in the UK such as MIND and EAPA UK. We know mental health and understanding diversity is at the heart of working with people. And empowering people learn, grow, and move forward is at the heart of what we do.

We are passionate about supporting therapists and organisations achieve their goals and not just regarding diversity. Our public speaking coaching for therapists help them to diversify their work and earn more.

Our founder, Kimberly-Anne Evans MSc MUKCP (Psychotherapist, Public Speaker and Coach) produced pioneering research that inspired the launch of this business and can be found on the BACP Race Resources page. Kim is aware that practitioners struggle to offer the appropriate help to clients because of the gap in the curriculum regarding race and diversity. She is passionate about equality in mental health but also helping therapists to make the most of their various skills. Thus, with decades of public speaking under her belt, is exciting about also sharing her journey of how she became a confident and engaging speaker with other like-minded professionals.

If you would like to become an associate workshop host or find out more about our  coaching classes, get in touch today.

''Thanks for visiting our website, I’m excited about sharing all that we do with you.''

Kim Evans

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