This is a full or half-day workshop exploring the impact of race in the therapeutic relationship. It also teaches how to best support clients from Black, Asian and other ethnically minoritised communities.
The social and historical impact of racism on mental health
Race, privilege, and power
Unconscious bias and its roots
Empathy and phenomenological approaches
How to discuss race in therapy
Help improve the outcomes and engagement of clients of colour
Be less awkward when speaking about race
Relate to your clients of colour
Achieve cultural sensitivity
Foster a culture of acceptance and equality in therapy
Help your client of colour feel heard
Perfect for Clinical Teams, Lecturers and Executive Teams. In our monthly therapeutic supervision sessions, we work in a way that follows the participants' lead and helps them feel validated and empowered through empathy, non-judgement, and a space to deeply reflect.
We facilitate the exploration of race, identity and leadership and the impact on psychological and emotional wellbeing. We are happy to work with solely leaders of colour, multicultural teams or leaders who want supervision of their work with racially diverse clients. We have also worked with university lecturers who are part of the Race Equality Charter and other mental health organisations.
Reasons behind fear and how to overcome it
Mindset tools to becoming more confident
The relationship that you have with your voice
Emotional and psychological aspects of public speaking
This coaching session will help you master your public speaking skills.
Overcome the fear of facing an audience
Effectively connect with your audience
Master the hidden skills of great public speakers
Turn your research and knowledge into a captivating workshop
Discover a way to earn extra income through workshop presenting
Kim delivered a brilliant training session for the Maternal Mental Health Alliance's Lived Experience Champions, looking at how to present with impact and approach public speaking with confidence.
Kim created a warm, engaging and interactive session, sharing her professional insights, tips, techniques and personal anecdotes. Feedback from the training has been really positive and I'd be delighted to work with Kim and her organisation again in the future.
Kimberly-Anne was highly recommended for her Public Speaking course and I was not disappointed!
It was engaging, challenging and afforded me to utilise my creative genius, whilst being authentic and listening to my own voice.
Take part; do the course - who knows what else you are going to find for yourself. It was such a pleasure working with Kimberly-Anne.
Interactive and engaging
Actionable information that has proven results
Research and theory-based
Examples from the practice of experienced Counsellors and Psychotherapists
Supervision for practitioners dealing with racial trauma in their work
Consultancy: Workshop follow-up or group supervision with a focus on race and culture for therapists
Public Speaking Coaching and Psychological Safety Workshops
2.5 to 3 hours.
In-person workshops come at an additional cost - you can book a call to discuss the details.
We have a team of facilitators who deliver our training, who are qualified psychotherapists and counsellors.
No, as we have a set template. However, we can add up to 2 additional slides to meet specific specialisms/requirements.
Not unless arranged; let us know in advance if you’d like our electronic workbook to accompany your workshop for £57.
No, we are willing to provide workshops, coaching and supervision for professionals from all sectors who want to look at race and culture from a mental health perspective.
Yes, you can book a call to discuss the details. We provide Public Speaking Coaching for teams of various types, looking at public speaking from an emotional and psychological perspective.
Yes, we do have this on offer. Please enquire to find out more. We offer a special price if you book what we call an 'Implementation Session' alongside a workshop.