Sat 29th October 2022 | ONLINE
Black women, trauma and mental health

Anjula Mutanda

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President of Relate, Broadcaster, Author and Relationship Psychotherapist

B.A (Hons) M.A (ed) Senior accredited MBACP. Fellow of NCS. Associate member of the APA President of Relate.

Anjula Mutanda is a highly respected relationship and clinical therapist, and mental health expert.
As a senior practitioner she is also qualified in treating a wide range of issues: post-traumatic stress, anger management, couples counselling and cognitive behavioural coaching.

Anjula also works regularly in the media across numerous channels (BBC, ITV, Channel4, Channel5, Sky,, Discovery ) as a psychological commentator and presenter. She is also the host of Bringing up Britain on BBC radio4.

She is a successful author having written 2 relationship books-now embarking on her third. Her second book “How to do Relationships” was written for the charity Relate, where she is now President.

Over 25 years, Anjula has worked in numerous clinical settings and is passionate about encouraging inclusivity and diversity in the therapeutic world, as well as continuing to challenge the way therapy is taught and delivered to different communities. She is excited to see the therapy space becoming more inclusive and to see therapists from different backgrounds challenging the status quo and bringing their immense experience, expertise and knowledge to the table.

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16:15 PM – 17:15 PM | Finding our voice

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