How are you feeling?

The recent weeks have been tough for a lot of us, myself included.  Rather than follow up last weeks powerful episode on police brutality y with something equally as heavy, I wanted to discuss some helpful ways that we could cope with the stress of the global events.

This week I am joined by Psychotherapist Kim Evans MSc who offers some helpful ways in which we can help cope with some of the traumas we are experiencing. Listen to this weeks episode here.

 

Psychotherapist Kim Evans of KaeMoTherapy Ltd

Kim is kindly offering free counselling sessions for Black people impacted by racial trauma.  She is also offering free self care workshops. If you are interested in receiving free sessions please email her at admin@kaemotherapy.com.

If you would like to donate to her Just Giving Page which aims to raise £2,000 in order to provide this free online service, please click here.

As my regular listeners will know, I always encourage my BAME listeners to ideally choose a therapist who looks like them or can at least share some cultural familiarity to some degree.  Kim undertook some research that essentially backs up what I have been advising! Great stuff!!  You can read her findings here.

My Personal Tips

Practising mindfulness is fundamental at a time like this. For more tips please have a look at the Mind Website.

If you’re looking for a Black or Asian therapist please contact www.baatn.org.uk

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How To Cope With Racial Trauma