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Intercultural Supervision Workshop


Event Information

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Date of Event
20th February 2024
Last Booking Date for this Event
19th February 2024


09:30 - 16:30 (Online Event)
Intercultural Supervision Workshop with Baffour Ababio 

In the early 1990s Jafar Kareem and colleagues published their book on ‘Intercultural therapy’ in which he defined the term. The workshop will apply Kareem’s definition of intercultural therapy to the supervision space. 

The minor revision to his definition below reflects the scope and aim of the workshop: ​
“A Form of dynamic psychotherapy (supervision) that takes into account the whole being of the patient (supervisor and supervisee) – not only the individual concepts and constructs as presented to the therapist (and supervisor), but also the patient’s (and supervisee’s and supervisor’s) communal life experience in the world – both past and present. The very fact of being from another culture involves both conscious and unconscious assumptions, both in the patient and the therapist (supervisor). I believe that for the successful outcome of therapy (and supervison) it is essential to address these conscious and unconscious assumptions from the beginning”. 

The workshop will draw on intercultural clinical examples and work to put forward the race and cultural dynamics and processes involved in supervising at juncture of the supervisee’s, supervisor’s, and patient’s inner and outer worlds. 

Attendee CategoryCost   
Delegate£80.00[Read More]