'Jambo', I am the Director of Mabadiliko Therapy Ltd and the 'Founding Mother' of the Mabadiliko Intercultural Therapy™ approach
I am an Intercultural Psychotherapist; Therapeutic Coach; Clinical supervisor; Presenter & Trainer.
My current roles here within the Mabadiliko Therapy team are:
Referral Assessor - I conduct the initial assessment / consultation, prepare your case file and allocate you to an appropriate therapist within the team.
Counselling & professional Supervisor - I provide Intercultural supervision, which focuses on cultural identity, racial trauma and spirituality concepts that present within the therapeutic relationship. Exploration of transferential experiences and aspects of life coaching are also integrated within the supervision for professional development.
Training & workshops facilitator - I produce and deliver bespoke workshops, training and presentations.
"My motivation is your mission.. what's yours?"
As an integrative psychological therapist Mary draws on several theories and has a special interest in transcultural approaches to mental health and the impact of trauma. She has worked with a wide range of emotional issues in various multicultural settings and has a particular interest in working with ethnic minority client groups.
Mary has experience working systemically, within family and couple therapy, with people experiencing interpersonal issues and a number of other client groups, with moderate to severe mental health difficulties.
Mary is a PhD student with a research focus on Black Men and therapy, she is also developing a particular model of therapy tailored to the BME community.
Here at Mabadiliko Therapy, Mary supports with the initial consultations, administrative duties and research data bases.
Tuesday and Wednesday
Emma is a qualified integrative therapist with experience working with ethnically diverse client groups. She has specialised in working with those impacted by domestic abuse, trauma, family dynamics, racial identity and life transitions for many years. She works with a holistic intercultural approach, and is skilled in supporting individuals with racial identity issues, particularly those who identify as mixed or dual heritage. Emma is also an accredited parenting facilitator.
Tuesday, Thursday (Evening)
Ama is a qualified integrative therapist who works with aspects of the client's life history to bring insights to current issues. She is an experienced grief and loss counsellor, works with processing trauma including sexual trauma and domestic abuse, and helps clients integrate their personal strengths with a solution-focused approach. Ama's intercultural therapeutic approach also helps clients navigate the complexities of racial trauma and race related issues in their lived experience.
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