We are working hard to move our events online and are pleased to present the events below over the Zoom video platform,
whilst our face-to-face events are suspended. Our events are now bookable online.
We offer a 20% discount if you book four or more workshops at once.
Our free monthly Networking Meetings have moved online successfully.
Details or all of our events are given here and members will be kept updated by email.
Please check here for updates as we add new and rescheduled workshops.
We look forward to being able to see you all in person again when it is safe to do so.
Intercultural Therapy with Baffour Ababio & AGM
April 25 @ 9:30 am - 1:00 pmFree – £35
This workshop is part of our AGM – both of which are happening online – and is free for ACPNL members. We’ll email you in the days before with details of how to attend. The AGM is from 9.30 with the workshop beginning at 10.15am.
ACPNL MEMBERS SHOULD NOT PURCHASE TICKETS FOR THIS WORKSHOP AND WILL BE SENT JOINING DETAILS IN ADVANCE.
Non-members can book by clicking here.
In this workshop Baffour will review the practice of intercultural therapy at Nafsiyat, set up by Jafar Kareem in the 1980s with the specific task of offering psychodynamic psychotherapy to Britain’s black and ethnic minority population. He will reflect on what has changed, or not changed since Nafsiyat’s inception. Through intercultural principles and case material he will explore the interplay and dynamics of the inner worlds of dominant and minority communities and practice implications in the Intercultural therapeutic encounter. The workshop will elaborate on how counsellors, psychotherapists and supervisors could attend to and support these concepts in the supervision space, and better understand the urge to sometimes minimise, avoid or distort intercultural practice in supervision.
Baffour Ababio grew up in Ghana, he is a psychoanalytic intercultural psychotherapist in private practice and clinical supervisor at Nafsiyat Intercultural Therapy Centre. Baffour completed his training at University College London and the Guild of Psychotherapists and is a member of UKCP and BAPPS (British Association for Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Supervision). Alongside his clinical role Baffour developed a career in managing mental health services integrating a community-based response to support recovery from a broad range of mental health problems. With Roland Littlewood he has co-edited a volume on intercultural psychotherapy entitled Intercultural Therapy: Challenges, Insights and Developments (2019).