The African American Jungian Analysts:
On Culture, Clinical Training/Practice and Racism

Get free access to the recordings from the African American Jungian Analysts: On Culture, Clinical Training/Practice and Racism conference. This conference was put together by The Confederation for Analytical Psychology(CAP) and The Black, African and Asian Therapy Network (BAATN) to focus on the challenges therapists and clients of colour face from institutional racism, both in the UK and in the US. 


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Rotimi Akinsete is a therapeutic counsellor and clinical supervisor with extensive experience in community and NHS counselling services. He is founder and director of Black Men on the Couch, a special interest project focussing on psychotherapy and identity politics of African and Caribbean men and boys.


Fanny Brewster, PhD is a Core Faculty member in the Clinical Psychology Department at Pacifica Graduate Institute. Prior to beginning in this capacity she served for five years as Adjunct Faculty working within the Depth, Archetypal and Jungian Psychology (DJA), and Depth Psychotherapy Departments (DPT), while maintaining a New York City private practice.


Eugene Ellis is an Integrative Arts Psychotherapist and the founder of The Black, African and Asian Therapy Network (BAATN), a network of therapists passionately engaged in addressing the psychological needs of Black and Asian people in Britain, and in raising positive awareness of counselling and psychotherapy within the Black and Asian community.


Alan Vaughan PhD, JD, is an member of the C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco and in private practice as an Analyst, and a clinical and consulting psychologist in Oakland, California. He serves on the core faculty of the clinical psychology programme at Saybrook University.


Gary Younge is an award-winning author, broadcaster and columnist for The Guardian, based in London.


Helen Morgan is a Fellow of the British Psychotherapy Foundation and a training analyst and supervisor for the Jungian Analytic Association within the BPF. She works mainly in private practice as an analyst and also supervises in both the individual and the group setting. Her background is in therapeutic communities both with adolescents and in adult mental health. She is interested in developing an understanding of racism from a psychoanalytic/Jungian analytic perspective and has written a number of papers on the subject.