Exploring the narratives of ‘racial’ difference in the therapeutic setting from the perspective of British South Asian Female Counsellors and Psychotherapists.
Brief info about the research and participants wanted:
The aim of this project is to explore narratives of ‘racial’ difference in the therapeutic setting from the perspective of British South Asian Female Counsellors and Psychotherapists.
This research is being conducted as part of a Diploma/MA in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy at the Minster Centre and has been approved by the Head of Research.
I would like to hear from you if you would be willing to be interviewed for this research project. Please consider participating in this research if you:
- Identify as British South Asian
- Identify as female
- Have trained and practiced as a Psychotherapist or counsellor in the UK with a minimum of 300 client working hours
Your participation would involve taking part in a confidential audio-recorded 2 stage interview process lasting up to 60-90 minutes. The interviews will take place either online via Zoom or in person.
How to contact you:
If you are interested in taking part, please e-mail Susanna at firstname.lastname@example.org