Msc, DipCouns, Diploma in Clinical Supervision
Rotimi Akinsete is a psychotherapist and clinical supervisor boasting extensive experience in NHS, community and University counselling services. Formerly leading adolescent counselling at an NHS Foundation Trust, he managed a diverse team addressing complex issues. Beyond this, Rotimi exceled as an independent facilitator, trainer, and advisor for transformative leadership programs worldwide. A respected figure, he contributes to discussion panels around EDI, while also conducting impactful workshops. Noteworthy is his authorship of "This Book Could Help: The Men's Headspace Manual.", written for Mind, the mental health charity.
Having held influential roles at the University of Oxford, University of Surrey and the University of the Arts, and University of Greenwich, Rotimi champions personal growth and wellbeing. He spearheads "Black Men on the Couch," a unique program for self-reflection and discovery, featuring candid public counselling interviews between a psychotherapist and high-profile black, male individuals.
15:00 PM – 16:00 PM | Black Men on the Couch: Trauma and us
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