Towards a Rainbow-Coloured Therapeutic Community: Psychotherapy and Politics International. 9(3): 188–193 (2011)

Updating Psychotherapy Training: equality and diversity issues in psychotherapy training: The Psychotherapist. Issue 61: Autumn 2015

Why Strong Black People Do Go To Counselling. The Voice Newspaper. November 8 – 14, 2012

Silenced: the black student experience. Therapy today. December 2013

These and other articles can be found here


Race Issues in Therapy: Finding Our Voice across the Black/White Divide. In Intercultural Therapy: Challenges, Insights and Developments. 2019.


April 2009: The Black and Asian Therapist Network Conference. What Happens in The Therapy Room. 

June 2016: Embodying Social Justice Conference. The Race Conversation, Being Aware of the Body and Finding Our Voice. 

March 2017: Centre for Pan African Thought Conference: Tackling Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome. The Myths and Benefits of Psychotherapy 

May 2017: Keele Counselling Conference. The Taboo Of Talking Openly About Race. 

May 2017: University of Edinburgh, Annual Margaret Jarvie lecture. Finding Your Voice. Race Trauma and the Body. 

October 2018: Confederation for Analytical Psychology: On Culture, Clinical Training/Practice and Racism. The Collective Intergenerational Wound.

March 2019: Confer – Post-Slavery Syndrome Conference: Intergenerational PTSD in the Consulting Room Today. Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome and PTSD in the Black Community