Wellbeing Review - Service Users, Student Union and Student Societies

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BAATN review of University of Bath's mental health and wellbeing support, with a particular focus on the needs of people of colour.

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The Black and Asian Therapist Network (BAATN) has been commissioned to review the University of Bath's mental health and wellbeing support, with a particular focus on the needs of people of colour in the context of its commitment to combating institutional racism.

As part of the review, BAATN would like to invite student service users of Bath's mental health and wellbeing service, Student Union members and members of student societies to participate in an online student focus group to identify gaps/shortfalls and strengths in provision.

Your involvement in this forum will, of course, be confidential and any information you give will be anonymised.

Review facilitators

Rotimi Akinsete, Therapeutic counsellor and clinical supervisor (Author of This Book Could Help: The Men's Head Space Manual)

Karen Minikin, Trainer, Psychotherapist, Counsellor and Supervisor

Eugene Ellis, Founder and Director of BAATN (Author of ''The Race Conversation: an Essential Guide to Life-Changing Dialogue'')

About The Black, African and Asian Therapy Network

BAATN is the UK's largest independent organisation to specialise in working psychologically, informed by an understanding of intersectionality, with people who identify as Black, African, South Asian and Caribbean. BAATN provides consultation and bespoke training to support, challenge and encourage organisations to engage proactively and consciously with the impact of racial oppression, institutional and systemic racism. For further information on our vision, mission, values and beliefs, please see www.baatn.org.uk/about/

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We are the UK’s largest independent organisation to specialise in working psychologically, informed by an understanding of intersectionality, with people who identify as Black, African, South Asian and Caribbean. Our primary focus and area of expertise is to support people from these heritages. However, we are open to other People of Colour who are affected by prejudice due to the colour of their skin and global white power.

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