What happened then, affects us now! Healing African Caribbean Communities
What happened then, affects us now! Healing African Caribbean Communities Mar 06

What happened then, affects us now! Healing African Caribbean Communities

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Join us for the last part of the workshop to explore the needs of the African Caribbean Community.

In these presentations we will be exploring the excellent work of Author Dr Elaine Arnold's "Working with the family of the African Caribbean origin".

The main aim is to highlight that a specific focus needs to be on the African Caribbean as recent mental health research points to the African Caribbean as the ethnic group in particular that is encountering many issues in regards to their neuropsychology, and these issues are more likely to be a result of the issues that attachment and separation will bring if misunderstood or not acknowledged at all.

Saturday 10th October 2020 - Workshop 1 (12.00 - 14.30): Have a better understanding of the African Caribbean personality by using attachment theory.

Saturday 5th December 2020 - Workshop 2 (12.00 - 14.30): Understanding how the history of the African Caribbean has contributed to poor mental health.

Saturday 6th March 2021- Workshop 3 (1200 - 14.30): Understanding the mental health needs of the African Caribbean.

Themes that will be explored:

1) Who are the African Caribbean people?

2) The social structure of African Caribbean during slavery

3) The family under slavery

4) Abolition and its psychological impact

5) Immigration of African Caribbean people to Britain

6) The Treatment of African Caribbean people on colonial lands

7) Restriction of immigration

8) The integration of African Caribbean

9) The current state of our mental health

ABOUT THE PRESENTER:

Kiros Hetep is a Proud Father.

8 years as a qualified Amateur Boxing coach, Qualified youth Mentor, Wellbeing Advisor, qualified Intercultural counsellorI and has a main interest in Neuropsychotherapy.

My goals are to use neuropsychotherapy to facilitate healing amongst the African/African Caribbean communities, to aid in the empowerment of the African/African Caribbean people. To distigimitise mental health in the African/African communities.

My aspirations are to engage in research on the Neurobiological development of the African/African Caribbean brain and to develop literature on Intercultural neuropsychotherapy.

Honourable member of the Nafsiyat Intercultural Centre

Former Outreach worker In the Grenfell community and former counsellor at the Grenfell Inquiry.

Currently the lead counsellor at one of London's top colleges.

06-Mar-2021 - 12:00 Start date
06-Mar-2021 - 14:30 End date
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