Saturday 28th October 2023 | Online
Black Men, Trauma and Mental Health

Ebinehita Iyere

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Founder Milk Honey Bees, Doctoral Researcher and Therapeutic Youth Practitoner

Bsc Criminology and Youth Studies, PG Dip Child and Adolescent Therapeutic Wellbeing

Ebinehita is the founder of Milk Honey Bees, a creative and expressive safe space for Black Girls to flourish and put H.E.R (Healing, Empowerment and Resilience) first. Ebinehita Iyere also is a therapeutic youth practitioner at Juvenis working with young people who encounter the youth justice system and those who are impacted by violence in the community. She is currently undergoing her Professional Doctorate in Children and Young People's Services researching the experience of Black Girls in Education and recently spoke at TedxLondonWomen asking the world ‘When will they see Black Girls’. Ebinehita has extensive experience working directly with young people using holistic, relational, and creative methods to support their needs, as well as working with multi-agency professionals across systems and decision making.

Milk Honey Bees is a creative and expressive safe space for Black girls to flourish and put H.E.R (Healing, Empowerment and Resilience) first. Milk Honey Bees is rooted in the creativity, celebration and liberation of Black Girlhood by amplifying the voice and visibility of Black Girls in all facets of life, opening doors that can often be closed to Black girls and ensuring that they are able to put both their Blackness and girlhood at the forefront, enabling them to discover not only their full potential, but also who they are. It’s more than just a project, it’s a sisterhood, a family.


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