Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, Post Graduate Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Masters in Clinical and Community Psychology, Post Graduate Certificate in Low Intensity Cognitive Behavioural Interventions, Bachelor of Science in Psychology
Ron has researched and written extensively on the experiences of marginalisation and decolonisation, with features in The Psychologist, The Clinical Psychology Forum, and various blogs. Ron is dedicated to changing the current visual landscape of clinical psychology and providing confidence to those worried about entering the profession due to the colour of their skin. His overall aims/interests are two-fold: one to amplify the voices of young, Black men who often find their voices are not validated or acknowledged in society; two to keep challenging the inequalities that exist within clinical psychology and to actively contribute to decolonising the profession.
12:00 PM – 13:00 PM | The Life of a Top Boy: A qualitative exploration of young, Black men and their stories of experiencing violent activity in the context of gang affiliation and trauma
16:15 PM – 17:15 PM | Reflections: On being a Black male therapist
"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"
"I feel so uplifted and moved by this conference. Absolutely fabulous to see black therapists in conversation. Thank you"
"Great conference and well worth the time investment. Thank you all involved in making this happen"
"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"
"Thank you so much for putting this day on; As a black male therapist I feel so uplifted!"
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