To make a difference we must have support from mental health institutes, voluntary membership orgs, training institutes, as importantly practitioners (counsellors/psychotherapists, psychologists, psychiatrists and mental health professionals). Please let us know if you would like to support this activity.
We receive no funding/sponsorship and are currently operating not for profit. All funding is via donations received from training participants which will be used to invest back into TADF projects and eventually paying people for services. If you are interested in sponsoring our ideas we have many projects we wish to complete in relation to antidiscrimination practice. We especially need help / support in marketing, communication and campaign work.
We thank the National Counselling Society (NCS) who took it upon themselves to process our Introduction to Race, culture and antidiscrimination through Quality Checked CPD training recognition.
We provide services to the following organisations.
The training was trialled with 10 participants during November ending 9th December 2020. Our launch is dated 2/12/2020 and the following people were the first people to support the race and culture core competence framework for the mental health professionals.
Mamood Ahmad (UKCP Therapist)
Sam Jamal (BACP Therapist)
Nikos Tsigaras (Psychologist HCPC, BPS)
Dr Mark Widdowson (Trainer, UKCP)
Erin Stevens (NCS &BACP)
Lucia Sarmiento Verano (BACP Psychotherapist)
Neelam Ahmad (Trainee forensic psychologist, MBPsS)
Ed Hewitt-Symonds (BACP), Lecturer in Counselling, Glyndwr University
Note this does not mean the above people or orgs accredit our training, but have indicated support for the project so far.