On Cultural Humility
With Charles Brown and Malcolm Phillips
Cultural Competency and Awareness Training
Friday March 31st and Saturday 1st April | 9:30am – 5pm
Dublin City University, Collins Ave, Dublin 9
Malcolm Phillips is a board member of the UK Chapter of the Association of Black Psychologists. He has spent over 30 years developing and managing mental health and counselling services for Black communities in the NHS, local authorities and in the voluntary sector. He was the founder and chair of Safoa, the National African and Caribbean Mental Health Network. Malcolm is currently the Director of Kawaida Therapy which provides individual and group support to Black communities and organisations, addressing racial trauma, and building resilience. Malcolm also delivers a Diploma course in Black Psychology and African-Centred Therapy.
Charles Brown is a practicing psychoanalytic psychotherapist, an addiction therapist and clinical supervisor in independent practice. He is a member of The Guild of Psychotherapists, a UKCP Honorary Fellow, and Chair of The British Association for Psychodynamic and Psychoanalytic Supervisors. Charles is Chair of the Race and Culture Committee at the UKCP Council for Psychoanalytic and Jungian Analyst College and past Chair of the Ethics Committee. He currently sits as a member of Executive. Charles is an Honorary Associate member of the Association of Individual and Group Psychotherapists (AGIP). Charles is a visiting lecturer at The University of East London where he lectures on the MA social work course. He is a training psychotherapist and supervisor and teaches on several psychoanalytic trainings. He has published several articles and contributed to book chapters.
Cost for Attending Two Days Cultural Humility Training
€60 Unwaged / €150 Waged Early Bird (Before February 28th, 2023)
€90 Unwaged / €200 Waged Registration Between March 1st and March 31st, 2023)
Race for Mental Health: Cultural Humility Training