About

Basi Amodu

Basi is an accredited Integrative counselling therapist having qualified with a master’s in counselling children. She has a background in domestic abuse, family and parent work that led her to becoming a therapist. She enjoys working online as a therapist and clinical supervisor in private practice. She works in schools, is a trainer and consults. She is a registered and accredited member of the BACP. A professional Member and Director of ACTO and a qualified Clinical Supervisor. Internationally, she is an Associate Member of the BSP (Barbados Society of Psychology). She has a personal and professional connection to neurodiversity.

Basi presents the second part of the workshop which is about Neurodiversity and Race. She raises some issues that have been highlighted in research, personal experiences both here and internationally. The aim of this part of the workshop is to raise awareness of the Black, Asian and Global Majority experience, to inspire further insight and research into these lived experiences. And hopefully to create more visibility and focus on this community of people.

This is a conference for all mental health practitioners working online, including therapists, psychologists, psychiatrists,…
This panel discussion is a frank, authentic, and at times, emotional discussion of the realities…
Living and Working with Neurodivergence: Mental health and Wellbeing – A Conference for Trainers, Practitioners,…