Our training aims to help professionals to develop their awareness, knowledge, skills and confidence in working with children and families from Black and minority ethnic communities, and to innovate and share knowledge and expertise.
We are always happy to discuss and develop ideas for bespoke training in line with your organisation's requirements. Please contact us to let us know what training you would like and how we can help.
Past training topics include:
- Psychologically Informed Environments
- Family Group Conferences (FGCs) and Harmful Sexual Behaviour
- Attachment & Safeguarding Across Cultures
- Working with Adolescents
- Child Advocacy
- Cultural Awareness Training
- Culturally Competent Therapy
- Emotional Health and Wellbeing of BME Pupils
- FGCs and Domestic Abuse
- Mediation and Psychometric Assessment Across Cultures.
My team reported that all aspects of the day were informative, enjoyable and excellently delivered... They now feel more confident understanding the reasons behind a child’s behaviour, and will continue this learning with their own research.
(Head of Service, Salford Ethnic Minority & Traveller Achievement Service)
Cultural Consultants help improve understanding and communication, ensure that professionals can work effectively with users of their service, and that service users feel understood and can engage.
Our trained Cultural Consultants are from a wide range of cultural backgrounds, including the Caribbean, North Africa, Eastern Europe, the Middle East, China, West Africa, East Africa and South Asia. All our Cultural Consultants receive regular supervision and support from qualified health, social care and education professionals. They have been trained in professional conduct and practices such as confidentiality, record-keeping and safeguarding.
Please contact us to ask us about fees, and availability of Cultural Consultants and for an up-to-date list of the languages and cultures covered.
Read a cultural consultancy case study
Cultural Consultants Project
We were funded by Manchester Health & Care Commissioning's Mental Health Grants Programme to deliver a project with Survivors Manchester, focussing specifically on helping engage male survivors of sexual abuse from Chinese, Somali and Eastern European backgrounds.