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Therapy and Social Change Network

The Therapy and Social Change (TaSC) Network is a broad affiliation of people interested in exploring the interface between therapeutic ideas and practices and social justice perspectives and actions. We are interested both in the ways that counselling and psychotherapy can be practiced with social justice concerns in mind (for instance, tackling unconscious biases in the consulting room), and also in the ways that therapeutic principles and practices can be extended out to the wider social realm (for instance, developing social and emotional literacy in schools).

How our mental health system has colluded with the interests of late capitalism: a call…
The July snap election in Britain is a unique opportunity to steer the political landscape…
In a mononormative culture, relationship commitment and relationship health are judged as sexual and romantic…
This session explores why the process of racialisation is integral in understanding racism in mental…
BACP’s EDI Strategy aims to embed the values that underpin equality, diversity and inclusion within…
Does the ‘political turn’ in psychotherapy and counselling do more than make the therapists feel…
Social justice, climate justice and justice for the other-than-human entwine with and support each other,…
What does it mean to be a human being who stands up for something important?…
In the face of human suffering on an almost unimaginable scale our sense of inadequacy…
Thank you for your interest in attending the book launch and panel discussion for this…