FGC service

"Thanks for your help so far as the family have all said how beneficial they have found the Family Group Conference."

Social Worker, Trafford Children’s Services

Salford INA Pilot

"Thanks for everything - I learnt a great deal and I already use the skills in my day to day practise"

Family Well-Being Coordinator, Salford Primary School.

Trafford Housing Trust - Cultural Awareness Training

"On February 2nd and 4th, 39 members of our staff at Trafford Housing Trust were lead through two engaging and insightful workshops on cultural awareness by the team at Just Psychology. Their workshops were facilitated by social worker Annette Williams, assistant psychologists Hasan Waheed and Clio Oliver and Just Psychology's Director and Consultant Clinical Psychologist Dr Iyabo Fatimilehin.

Culturally-adapted Family Intervention

"We commissioned Just Psychology CIC to provide two days of training on 'Cultural Competence' to separate groups of Family Support Members and Family Therapists in February 2015.  These workers were taking part in a trial of Culturally-adapted Family Intervention (CaFI) for African-Caribbean people with psychosis.

Comments, Compliments and Complaints

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"My confidence, competence and credibility have greatly increased"

"Just Psychology’s training in culturally competent assessment enormously developed my practice as a consultant clinical psychologist in the NHS and as an expert witness in the courts. The course addressed the fundamentals of culturally determined assumptions and much more specific matters of migration and child rearing practises across cultures including the use of punishment. The course was small and interactive and allowed for the opportunity for such matters to be explored in real depth. There was an excellent reference list.

Culturally Competent Therapy Training

"Discussions were very helpful!"

"I would have happily attended another day or two!"

"I liked hearing examples from the trainers' personal experiences."

Organisations we have worked with

Delegates attending our training events have included staff from: CAFCASS, the Educational Guidance Service, Family Law Clinical Psychology Services, Freedom from Torture, Liverpool City Council, Manchester Learning Disability Partnership, Mind Space Clinic, SSAFA Forces Help, Stockport Psychology Services, Wirral Child and Family Service, as well as numerous universities, hospitals and independent practitioners.

Parenting sessions with South Asian, African & Eastern European parents, Liverpool, 2012

"I enjoyed learning from other parents"

"The examples and explanations were useful"

"It was good talking about the problems we have with kids and how to deal with them"



"Thankyou very much for your original 'parentcraft course'.  I felt great being listened to my concerns as a new mum, and I find your 'stepladder' model to be a useful tool indeed which helps me set realistic expectations of myself and my baby" (Russian parent)

Culturally Competent Assessment Training Event, April 2012

Just Psychology Training

100% of participants found the training ‘Interesting’ or ‘Very Interesting’.

Before the training, 53% of participants considered themselves to be ‘Fairly Confident’ or ‘Very Confident’ about assessing children, adults and families from different cultural backgrounds. This rose to 94% after the training.

What did you enjoy about the training?

“The film & case study.”

“The richness of information.”

“The varied mix of attendees & backgrounds – and interesting & differing perspectives.”

Psychometric Assessment Across Cultures Training Event, February 2013

 What did you like most about the training event?

"The variety of presentations and practical exercises"

"The opportunity for discussion"

"Presentations from knowledgeable facilitators"

"The opportunity to think long and hard about assumptions and limitations"

"It was beneficial to be alongside practitioners and gain further knowledge of practice"

"The balance between discussion and didactic elements was really good"

Culturally Competent Assessment Training Event, April 2013


What did you like most about the training event?

"Variety - new ideas about a complex issue"

"Recognition of difference without feeling it is necessary to know every culture. Lunch was great too!"

"Knowledge base of presenters"

"I have really enjoyed the day and found it very useful!"