We are not all the same: Exploring the diversity within and between ethnic minority groups in the UK

  • Zoom
  • 7th Jul '22 12.00 pm – 2.00 pm

This workshop with Dr Jackie Sewell will explore the complexities around the categorisation of ethnicities, what social identity terms mean to individuals from different ethnic minority groups, and how stated commitments to ethnic diversity can reflect and navigate the diversity of needs and experiences between and within ethnic minority groups.

Dr Jackie Sewell is a chartered counselling psychologist, researcher, coach, and workplace conflict mediator. She specialises in providing psychological support to clients who are high achievers and perfectionists at work. She works with clients experiencing a wide range of psychological issues such as over identification with work, anxiety, depression, work related stress, and burnout. Jackie also has expertise in helping clients with issues around race, culture, and identity.

For her a doctoral thesis, Jackie undertook research into the meaning of achievement (in a work context) among high achieving British born women of Jamaican heritage.

Jackie has delivered workshops and presentations on black existential philosophy and on the experiences of the Windrush Generation and their children. She has also given talks to public bodies on the impact of Covid-19 on the mental health and wellbeing of healthcare staff in the NHS and delivered mental health workshops to groups within industry.

Before re-training as a counselling psychologist, Jackie worked as a management consultant. She currently works as a psychologist for a private psychology service provider and has her own private practice in London.

The workshop will be delivered online via zoom.

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7th Jul '22 12.00 pm – 2.00 pm

£ 25.00 £25.00 each