Online virtual Listening Service
Transcultural therapy means that the counsellor is willing to understand and work with the different or similar cultural experiences and belief systems of their clients. A transcultural approach can be particularly helpful when experiences of prejudice and oppression may be contributing to the client’s feelings.This approach supports individuals to make use of autobiography, family and cultural history to heal emotional crisis, depression and relationship problems. Issues such as identity, sexuality, domestic violence, sexual abuse, bereavement and life change can be shared and supported. Individuals can also be supported to recover from trauma, develop coping strategies, use relaxation techniques, develop self esteem and assertiveness and create harmony and balance in their lives.
Online Transcultural Supervision group: Spaces available.
A monthly skype group with up to four members.
The group is led by Dr Isha Mckenzie-Mavinga
The group is for practicing therapists and meets monthly on first Tuesdays at 6.30PM or third Thursdays at 7PM.The group can be used to supplement regular supervision and provide an opportunity to develop and explore Transcultural concepts and practice.
There is a particular focus on therapeutic relationships and exploring ‘black issues’.
This is a supportive personal development group that faces challenges and develops insights about the impact of diversity and oppression that may arise in therapeutic work.
For more information contact email@example.com
Facilitator Dr Isha Mckenzie-Mavinga. (UKCP reg) Integrative Transcultural Psychotherapist, lecturer and published writer. Isha has 30 years experience as a therapist and she has worked in student counselling, mental health and with women impacted by violence in relationships. Her interest in talking therapies stems from the experience of finding her own voice and learning about power issues in relationships. Isha believes that everyone has the ability to reach their full potential and that supportive listening and the acknowledgement of cultural influences can help individuals to achieve this.
Her recent publications are : Black Issues in the Therapeutic Process. (2009)The challenge of Racism in Therapeutic practice (2016)
Clinical supervision and consultations.
This service is offered to practicing therapists who may need a space to work with their general practice issues and explore their relational concerns about working with diversity, sameness and oppressions.
For more details contact Isha: firstname.lastname@example.org