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Dr Libby Nugent
May 2022: Reflective Practise Space

Dr Libby Nugent

ZOOM Platform - Saturday 21st May 2022
10:00am - 11:30am

This is a reflective session for psychologists to think about antiracism, themselves and their work environments.

This is an opportunity for psychologists to explore systemic and structural work dynamics as well as process clinical and professional issues; to reflect on issues of the interface of the personal and professional including our relationship with antiracism, leadership, power, position and privilege; along with sharing academic understandings, and importantly to receive emotional support when navigating the complexities of working as a psychologist .

The Racial Complex - Fanny Brewster
July 2022 Book Club Meeting

Dr Libby Nugent

Discussing the book 'The Racial Complex: A Jungian Perspective on Culture and Race' by Fanny Brewster

Saturday 30 July 2022 10:00 – 11:30 BST

Fanny Brewster revisits and examines Jung’s classical writing on the theory of complexes, relating it directly to race in modern society. In this ground breaking exploration, Brewster deepens Jung’s minimalist writing regarding the cultural complexes of American blacks and whites by identifying and re-defining a psychological complex related to ethnicity.

At the beginning of the session there will be a brief presentation around the book. Most of the session will then be taken up in open discussion drawing on the group member's experience of reading the book, sharing reflections, questions, thoughts and associations to help develop our understanding of this work. 

Dr Libby Nugent
November 2022: Reflective Practise Space

Dr Libby Nugent

ZOOM Platform - Saturday 19th November 2022
10:00am - 11:30am

This is a reflective session for psychologists to think about antiracism, themselves and their work environments.

This is an opportunity for psychologists to explore systemic and structural work dynamics as well as process clinical and professional issues; to reflect on issues of the interface of the personal and professional including our relationship with antiracism, leadership, power, position and privilege; along with sharing academic understandings, and importantly to receive emotional support when navigating the complexities of working as a psychologist .

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