Black Community Mental Health: Come Let Us Reason! Workshop introduction with Sharon Walker

IFT is happy to present a series of 4 workshops by authors in the ground-breaking  International Handbook of Black Mental HealthSharon Walker will present on the British incidences of black people who have died while in police custody.  She asks Is Allyship the Answer?  Other presenters are Tania Rodrigues on Trauma Sensitive Leadership, Karen Carberry on Community collaborative Interventions, and Nick Banks on Clinical Interventions and Structural Changes in Services.  Karen Carberry will be present throughout.  You can have them all for £190. Or £55 each.

Black Community Mental Health: Come Let Us Reason!

1st, 2nd, 8th and 9th July.
9:30 to 1 pm.
IFT Zoom.

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