Building Bridges – East & West Psychology & Psychotherapy in Practice

Census data has revealed that Britain’s multicultural and multiethnic population is on the increase and statutory and other psychology and psychotherapy services need to reflect the changing demands and needs of this population.


09:30 Registration
10:00 Workshop starts
16:30 Workshop ends



The conference will present opportunities for practising professionals and academics to understand and reflect on their practice/work in relation to making psychological and psychotherapy services appropriate for all sections of British Society. The day will consist of presentations in the morning followed by workshops in the afternoon.

This one day conference is being delivered by the Division of Clinical Psychology's Faculty of Race and Culture. 

Learning outcomes and objectives 

  • To increase participants confidence and effectiveness in working with people from culturally different and diverse backgrounds
  • To increase  awareness of working with difference in therapeutic situations and in the supervisee/supervisor relationship
  • To offer the opportunity to explore potential barriers arising in cross cultural therapy
  • To have a healthy debate on current practice to enable movement towards a more universal healing psychology and psychotherapy


Dr (Akbar) Waseem Alladin CPsychol CSci AFBPsS, Divine Charura, Zack Eleftheriadou CPsychol CSci AFBPsS, Dr Narendrakumar Keval CPsychol, Dr Addila Khan CPsychol, Ann Laungani, Professor Roy Moodley, Professor Zenobia Nadirshaw CPsychol CSci AFBPsS, Professor Stephen Palmer CPsychol CSci AFBPsS and Dr Rashmi Shankar CPsychol
More information on facilitators

Booking information


  • DCP members: £25
  • Students: £25
  • Society members: £35
  • Society non-members: £45

How to book:

Please complete and return the registration form.

Please note that we are only able to accept payment by cheque for this event.

Wed, 04/07/2012 (All day)
Contact Information: 

Professor Zenobia Nadirshaw 
DCP Faculty of Race & Culture
7 Park Drive
NW11  7SN

For enquiries, please telephone: 07780 902095

Division of Clinical Psychology Faculty of Race & Culture