How to Find a Therapist + Grounding Meditation Event

100 mins / English / Rating 15 / Led by Sabrina Masego and Alaina Gabriel

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How to Find a Therapist + Grounding Meditation

FREE: Book Your Place Here

Please note that space for this session is very limited, please only sign up for this event if you will attend.

At the height of the Black Lives Matter resurgence and the COVID-19 pandemic, it felt difficult to unpack what was happening all around us. It still feels this way in many ways, especially for Black and other people of colour worldwide.

Many of us are still searching for a space where we can be present, without judgement and obligation. This session will be an opportunity to access advice on how to find a therapist that's right for you, and there will be a grounding meditation to help you process feelings post-lockdown and the impact on our collective mental health as we continue to experience the repercussions of the pandemic. The session will be led by psychotherapist Sabrina Masego, who will be assisted by psychological wellbeing practitioner Alaina Gabriel.

To attend, register on this link. We look forward to seeing you there!

Past Showings

Saturday 12th November 2022 / 11am / Online

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About the EXPERT

Sabrina Masego is a professionally trained Psychotherapist who gained a BA Hons Psychosocial Studies in 2011, where her interest in understanding people began. She later studied at University of Nottingham gaining a 1st Class Masters Degree in Person Centred Experiential Psychotherapy and Counselling.

Her studies have equipped her to support clients with a range of different issues, from depression to growing beyond traumatic life experiences. Sabrina has worked in different settings - university, occupational health, workplace workshops, running weekly groups exclusively for women and private practice. She pridea herself on being able to provide a therapeutic relationship that allows my clients to explore themselves and confidently carve out the life that they would like to be living. Sabrina is an inclusive therapist, and is LGBTQIA and Neurodiverse Affirming.