Koya Cassandra Conteh

Koya Cassandra Conteh

Koya Cassandra Conteh is a Therapeutic Cultural Activist, Dramatherapist & Child Therapeutic Wellbeing Practitioner who uses expressive forms of psychotherapy, via therapeutic communication & the Arts. With a wealth of experience working within the helping field in youth work, creative mentoring, and therapeutic key working, she specialises in working with individuals and families who have experienced and been affected by trauma, specifically, emotional issues, ACEs, CSA, violence & abuse, harmful practices, and racial trauma. In her role as a therapeutic cultural activist, Koya advocates for racial trauma-informed care in the fight for equity and liberation for African Caribbean people and those of the global majority. Through her practice Koya embeds Black Psychology and Afrikan Centred Healing approaches, in addition to co-developing and co-facilitating anti-racist development workshops for educational institutions, with her focus on being in action to manifest the co-creation of new narratives, approaches and methods for therapeutic wellbeing.

 

 

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Adverse Childhood Experiences
Saturday 18 September 2021