Professional Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, MSc Mental Health Studies, BSC (Hons) Psychology
Dr Ruth Mintah is a registered clinical psychologist with over 12 years’ experience working within mental health services. She has a particular interest in intersectionality and the impact of structural inequalities on the lives of marginalised groups. Her doctoral thesis explored Black women’s experiences of disclosing sexual violence which was birthed out of a passionate stance against gender-based violence and a desire to hear the narratives of Black women which are so often neglected in academia. She is a non-executive board member for Hersana, an organisation that supports Black femme survivors of gender based violence.
13:45 PM – 14:45 PM | Speaking the Unspeakable: Exploring Black Women’s Experiences of Disclosing Sexual Violence
"It was an amazing event and so professionally conducted via online. I felt in the room with all of the speakers"
"Thank you for organizing a wonderful conference. Fantastic women doing fantastic work. It was both heart warming and inspiring"
"Thank you to everyone who helped put the event together and for the speakers. It was truly a blessing"
"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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