A conversation about the impact of racism on BAME and Refugee’s mental health and how mental health staff and practitioners can help increase take up of counselling and psychological therapy and; increase recovery rates.
THIS EVENT HAS SOLD OUT
Wednesday, 31 October 2018
14:00 to 17:00 (GMT)
The Stephen Lawrence Centre,
39 Brookmill Road, SE8 4HU
This panel discussion is an opportunity for mental health organisations, workers, clinicians, counsellors, therapists and volunteers to develop their awareness and understanding of why Black, ethnic minority and refugee people continue to experience poorer mental health outcomes and more likely to disengage from psychological therapy compared to White people.
Key questions explored and results for the Borough of Lewisham are…
75% disagreed or strongly disagreed
Only 18% agreed
65% agreed or strongly agreed
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