We are the leading Intercultural Private Therapy service dedicated to offering a culture sensitive, trauma informed approach to talking therapies, for individuals aged 18 and over.
Here at Mabadiliko Intercultural Therapy (M.I.T) we support your healing process and help you find the pieces to your puzzle that make you feel whole; working to heal the mind, body and spirit holistically via talking therapy and creative spiritual expression.
Our services are delivered by qualified members of the Black African Asian Therapy Network (BAATN) and members of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), with a combined total of more then 40 years experience delivering talking therapies.
If you are trying to find a therapist and looking specifically for a black therapist or a therapist of colour, look no further!
We provide a safe space to explore many common mental health issues such as anxiety, depression and stress. We specialise in sexual trauma and survivors of domestic abuse. In addition to this, we support with the effects of racial trauma and race based stress, with a culturally and spiritually sensitive approach.
We are a Not For Profit, Community Interest Company (CIC) based in Lewisham, London Borough of Culture 2022.
MABA-DI-LIKO is ‘CHANGE’ in Swahili.
We are advocates for CHANGE and provide specialist transformational counselling and psychotherapy services throughout the UK.
Our mission is to improve mental health access, experience and outcomes for People of Colour (PoC), African, Asian, Caribbean diasporic communities, dual heritage persons, and those that identify as coming from an ethnic minority or global majority group.
Our approach to talking therapies gives significant consideration to your ancestral origins as well as cultural and spiritual influences, no matter where in the world you are born and/or raised. The belief that these aspects influence your mental health experiences has inspired the
Four Pillars of M.I.T (Culture, Ethnicity, Identity and Spirituality).
Our approach enables holistic therapy that truly holds the
‘person’ at the ‘centre’ of their therapy.
The therapeutic journey is a collaborative process, 'you get out what you put in'. We work with you to identify aspects of your life that might be holding you back from your dreams and goals, and establish a set of tools for your 'tool bag' to support your healing journey during and after therapy.
We specialise in intercultural therapy for issues associated with childhood trauma, sexual trauma, domestic abuse, generational and racialised trauma.
We provide Intercultural therapy for various common mental illnesses such as:
and much more.
We accept self referrals and third party referrals including GP referrals and referrals from other charitable organizations.
To make a referral for therapy please complete a referral form.
To make a referral for supervision please see the supervision page.
"It's really important to be able to talk about race racism and discrimination in therapy without fear of judgement, and feel understood without having to over explain things."
"Talking about private things in my culture is not really something we do, but this therapy has really helped me learn how to open up and understand myself better."
"Thank you so much for your help, I would have never believed that I could be the person I am now before I met you."
READ MORE TESTIMONIALS BY CLICKING HERE
Black Learning Achievement Mental health (BLAM) are hosting four online Zuri Therapy racial wellness workshops delivered by various racial wellness therapists, every month.
Our associate therapist Muku leads a workshop focused on healing from racial trauma.
Limited spaces for those that identify as African, Asian, Black, Caribbean or Minority Ethnic that work for the London Borough of Lambeth Council to access 16 free, online intercultural therapy sessions.
CURRENTLY NOT ACCEPTING REFERRALS - PLEASE CHECK BACK FOR UPDATES
We host various programs for UBUNTU SLN including Ubuntu Wednesday which is a 6 week program for young people and Coffee Saturday, a space to meet, share, laugh and create meaningful connections and conversations amongst the
African diaspora community.
To help meet the needs of the wider community and those less financially able to afford private therapy, your support and contributions are greatly appreciated. We are also fundraising for our new therapy centre and welcome your support.
Please visit our Go Fund Me fundraiser page. CLICK HERE for details.
Your generous donation is much appreciated.
We will be closed from
18th December to 1st January
You can still self refer within this time but there will be a delay in contacting you to arrange a consultation.
Thank you for your patience and understanding