PhD, MSc, PGCE, RN-MH, Group Analyst, Forensic Psychotherapist
Dr Anne Aiyegbusi is a Group Analyst and Forensic Psychotherapist. She worked full time in NHS forensic services for 30 years of which 15 were dedicated to Women’s Services. Anne now works part time as a Principal Psychotherapist and Group Analyst within the NHS and Psychological Approaches CIC. Anne is a member of the Board of Trustees at the Institute of Group Analysis and is the member for anti-discrimination and intersectionality. Anne has published a number of peer reviewed papers, book chapters and co-edited and co-authored books. She co-authored ‘Invisible Trauma: Women, Difference and the Criminal Justice System’ (2020). Anne is currently writing a book about forensic psychotherapy and racial trauma.
15:00 PM – 16:00 PM | Face to face; eye to eye; soul to soul: A bespoke, reparative model of group analysis for Black women
"Thank you to everyone who helped put the event together and for the speakers. It was truly a blessing"
"It was an amazing event and so professionally conducted via online. I felt in the room with all of the speakers"
"Finding my own voice has taken time and being in the presence of such empowering role models, has and will have a positive impact on my personal growth"
"A breath of fresh air to listen to other Black women speak so openly about their experience. It resonated on so many levels and there was strength in that shared experience"
"I am in awe, inspired and completely moved by the day. Thank you for a nourishing and engaging day!"
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