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Dr Beverley Costa- Supporting Children and Young People with English as an Additional Language. Online Event.
Patients, whose first language is not English, are often doubly disadvantaged by their reliance on others to provide their voice and to mediate their communication. How can Low intensity Mental Health practitioners ensure that they are able to work effectively with multilingual children, young people and their families – with and without interpreters in their practice?
The experiential day’s training covers the following:
- Working effectively with an interpreter.
- Issues of power and safety in a ‘triad’ – boundaries, communication, power dynamics and relationships with both patient & interpreter.
- Maintaining clinical authority when you don’t understand the language(s) spoken in the room.
We will also consider how multilingual identities impact on emotional expression, memory recall and a sense of belonging. Why is it, for example, that children choose their friends based on whether or not they sound like them? We will explore the tensions between Safeguarding, discrimination and cultural sensitivity.
Drawing on research findings we will consider the issues of assumptions, loss, anxiety, agency, insider and outsider status, all from the multilingual/ multi-ethnic perspective. Throughout the workshop amalgamated case examples, as well as findings from research, will provide illustrations and promote discussion.
Presented by Dr.Beverley Costa, a psychotherapist, who set up Mothertongue multi-ethnic counselling service www.mothertongue.org.uk in 2000. She then founded The Pásalo Project in 2017 www.pasaloproject.org to disseminate the learning from nearly two decades of Mothertongue’s service.
This workshop will run from 10:00 am until 4.30 pm, with a 45- minute break for lunch, at a cost of £75.
Group bookings of 4 workshops or more will receive a 10% discount (£67.50 per session), and 10 workshops or more will receive a 15% discount (£63.75 per session)*.
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