The  is a book club primarily focused on reading and discussing literature that raises the consciousness and increases the cross-racial skills of clinical, counselling, education and forensic psychologists.  This group is a place for personal and professional explorations and by sharing our reactions to the literature, our individual perspectives and experiences we use each other to learn and grow.
Anti Racist Bookclub for Psychologists
Fairy tales can be particularly useful as they can be understood on two levels at once: the conscious and unconscious.
 Fairy Tales and Therapy.  Online Workshop for Therapists.
WEEKLY MEETINGS MOVED ONLINE - due to current guidedance regarding social distancing
MOVED ONLINE Reflective Practice Group for Aspiring Psychologists: West Midlands/North West England /Welsh Border
Next session is Reflecting on Endings:  9am, 27th June.  This is the final session.
Online Reflective Practice Group for Aspiring Psychologists: Zoom Platform

Group analytic psychotherapy is based on the view that deep and lasting change is possible at any stage of life, but individuals need to commit themselves over an adequate period of time to reflect upon their lives for this therapy to be effective.


An analytic group usually consists of up to eight members plus a therapist, who meet on a regular basis. Everybody uses the group differently and at their own pace.


A workshop or shorter group may consist of more.


A supervision group usually consists of 3- 4 people plus therapist.


Personal concerns, conflicts and problems can be explored in an atmosphere of trust and confidentiality. Participants in groups are exposed to several points of view, and groups therefore provide an opportunity to learn from each other and to receive feedback and support. People who find it difficult to express their feelings and needs often find groups helpful. There is an opportunity for members to understand themselves and their relationships with others more deeply in a safe setting, where new solutions to old problems may be found.



'The experience of belonging to a group over time can in itself be healing. To be oneself and to have a sense of belonging: these are valuable achievements in a pressurised, at times alienated existence.' Morris Nitsun




What if I am uncomfortable discussing my problems in front of others?

It is quite a common concern to feel uneasy or embarrassed at the thought of sharing one's feelings with others, especially when first joining a group. It takes time for a sense of trust to develop, but this usually happens quite quickly, followed by a sense of relief at finding that one is not alone. The sense of closeness that develops can be immensely strengthening and supportive.