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

Dr Anne Aiyegbusi

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Group Analyst and Forensic Psychotherapist

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.

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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

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