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“Race” and Culture – Belonging within Educational Psychology
22/11/2019 - 16:30 to 18:00Free
Training and working as an Educational Psychologist (EP) is a challenging journey. In addition to academic and work demands, Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) individuals may face an additional challenge of trying to fit in with others with the service or the course. A sense of belonging to the EP team or training course is important for the mental health and wellbeing of the TEP/EP. There are a number of different factors that may influence the sense of belonging for a trainee or an EP. One aspect is their relationship with their supervisor and the supervisee-supervisor relationship.
The aim of this session would be to consider the impact of supervisory relationship experiences of TEPs and EPs from Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) Communities. This may include discussions on:
Developing and understanding of how BAME TEPs/EPs see themselves.
Reflecting on what is impact for Educational Psychologists in supervision.
Understanding Educational Psychologist cultural identity and self-reflection.
Considering the ways forward in making supervision culturally responsive.
Room 206 (2nd Floor)
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