Are you a UK trained south Asian therapist?
At Brown Therapist Network, we have an exclusive team of therapists, which include psychologists, counsellors and therapists of disciplines in between. We understand being south Asian does not make you competant in understanding south Asian mental health, but being part of a team who is dedicated to learning, dedicated to a decolonised approach to therapy and dedicated to building a relationship with their client, enables you to flourish, as well as your client.
We want to encourage members of our community to not just seek therapy, but feel comfortable with their therapist so we have our own team of Brown Therapist Network associate therapists here.
Criteria to become an associate therapist
Do you train in the United Kingdom? (We can currently only verify therapists with qualifications gained in the UK)
Are you a licensed, practising psychologist, counsellor, or therapist?
Are you of south Asian descent?
Do you have experience in any of the following?
- Intergenerational trauma
- Perinatal issues
- Couples therapy
- Working with children under 18
- Working with south Asian clients
Can you speak a south Asian language? (This is desirable but not essential!)
If you would like to become an associate therapist, please email us your CV, registration details, and certificates of all of your qualifications.
If you are seeking therapy, complete are therapy assessment form here.