Vedia Maharaj

Vedia Maharaj is a clinical supervisor, trainer and psychotherapist. Her theoretical approach is person centred with particular interests in complex trauma, complex loss, displacement and thinking beyond European concepts of resilience and healing. Vedia train’s on a range of topics that relate to the intersection of human rights, inequality, diversity and psychotherapy. Her key client groups include adolescents and young adults, asylum seekers, refugees, people who have been trafficked and people of colour. She is a researcher of Indian Indenture histories and is committed to supporting black and people of colour therapists through her work at the Black African and Asian Therapists Network. Vedia is a contributing author to ‘Black Identities and White Therapies’ edited by Colin Lago and Divine Charura.

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