How do CAMHS clinicians respond to the faith identity of Muslim patients? by Rachel Abedi [ACP MEMBERS]

This event is part of the Doctoral Research Series. ACP members can register for free through this link. Please remember to log into the members section before registering.

Rachel Abedi’s project explores how a multi-disciplinary group of CAMHS clinicians in a diverse London borough think about the faith identity of their Muslim patients, and how this might affect the therapeutic relationship. Rachel focuses on what the clinician brings to the room, both consciously and unconsciously, rather than locating issues of difference solely in the patient. 


This is important because the clinician is a participant in an inter-subjective process, rather than a neutral, objective observer. 


This event is part of the new Doctoral Research Series. The new Doctoral Research Series will feature presentations from ACP Members recent research with a focus on diversity. This free series will provide members with an opportunity to extend their thinking on diversity and hear about current research.  


This event is free for ACP Members (non members tickets £5) and will meet on Zoom on Thursday, 21 October 2021, 20:00 – 21:30. If you are not a member of the ACP, please click here to register.


CPD Certificates: CPD certificates will be issued to attendees once the event has ended. 


Recording policy - This event will be recorded


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October 21st, 2021 8:00 PM through  9:30 PM
United Kingdom