My Psychotherapy Career: Creating psychotherapeutically and racially informed organisations

How can organisations work more therapeutically?

In this episode Helen Willingham, our head of content and engagement, talks to UKCP psychotherapist Hendrix Hammond.

Alongside his clinical work as a family and systemic psychotherapist, Hendrix began consulting with organisations and their staff on diversity and engaging marginalised individuals. This work drew him to start his doctorate in organisational consultancy.

Helen speaks to Hendrix to find out about his work supporting organisations to create a more culturally informed environment. 

‘I started running these workshops on anti-racist approaches in work contexts, thinking about the challenges of having a diverse workforce, what gets in the way of certain conversations and just thinking about feelings and anxieties that people hold in relationship to talking about the subject matter.’ 

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