Join us for our inaugural Coffeelogue event: Empowering diverse practitioners and their communities.
We are excited to welcome our great friends Shammi and Pretish from Aashna.
They will discuss their experiences in setting up a practice that supports/embodies difference, diversity and works towards a truly inclusive space.
Date: Saturday 8 September 2018
About the Coffeelogue
For those new to this event (that’s all of us!) the Coffeelogue is a space where we get together to learn and socialise, meet some new colleagues and find out what others are up to, as well as digest new ideas over coffee and croissant.
The term ‘Coffeelogue’ was coined by Doron and Darren, to depict both causal and deep space that can occur in short and informal settings.
We hope to learn together and from each other in the form of a casual learning community in a friendly atmosphere with the added fun of late morning coffee/tea and pastry.
(And of course for all you health freaks like us there will be alternatives surprises…)
The added bonus is that we structure it as a CPD event so you’ll be able to count it as CPD hours (a CPD certificate will be provided as well).
10am–10.30am: Coffee/croissant/meet etc
Shammi and Pretish are both second generation British Indians. Through their own exploration of difference they’ve created a therapeutic space that reflects the rich diversity of the world we live in.
Aashna embodies difference, diversity and works towards an inclusive space where therapists from all modalities, ethnicities, cultures, faiths and socio-economic backgrounds (to name a few) can reach their communities and support each other in doing so. It’s a truly integrative, relational and inclusive therapeutic practice.
In Aashna’s own words:
Aashna was set up in September 2017 and as we reach our first birthday we would like to explore some of the challenges we face in working with diverse groups and supporting these communities. Some of the questions we will explore include:
- How do we support diverse therapists in reaching the communities they wish to support?
- What obstacles are in the way for therapists to start private practice?
- How do we empower diverse therapists in private practice ?
We look forward to sharing this time with you and exploring these important questions, where we can learn from each other in this informal and friendly atmosphere.
Places are free.
To confirm your booking please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Darren, Dianne, Doron and Cressy
07848 013 328
07426 336 322
Photo: Doron Levene