Inclusive Practice: Breaking the silence around race and mental health.

Inclusive Practice: Breaking the silence around race and mental health.

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Northridge House Education & Research Centre

Castle Road

T12 H970 Cork


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Inclusive Practice: Breaking the silence around race and mental health – a two and a half hour reflective workshop with Dr. Naomi Masheti.

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The Heart of Frontline Practice alliance - Dr Maeve Hurley, SHEP and Dr Nicola' O Sullivan - warmly invites you to join Dr Naomi Masheti in a facilitated 2.5-hour in-person workshop on 'Inclusive Practice: Breaking the silence around race and mental health ' on Tuesday 4th October from 10.30 am to 1pm.

The event will be hosted by Jim Sheehan, director of SHEP, one of the three collaborators behind the Heart of Frontline Practice alliance.

Dr Naomi Masheti. Naomi is the Coordinator of Cork Migrant Centre. Originally from Kenya, Naomi has been living in Cork since 2001. Before joining the CMC, she attended UCC where she completed her PhD in 2015 specialising in the Psychosocial Wellbeing of Sub-Saharan African Migrant Children.

This in-person continuing professional development seminar is open to all practitioners. The intention is to create a supportive space - where we can come together as committed practitioners to connect, share and learn and to deepen our understanding of what it means to be truly engaged in values-based, heart-ful practice.

We hope that you can take two an a half hours out of your daily routine work to join us for this nourishing and inspiring workshop on Tuesday 4th October from 10.30am – 1pm with Dr Naomi Masheti who will share his wonderful wisdom and insight.

Places are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.


This is an in-person event which will be held at Northridge House in Blackrock, Cork.


The fee for this 2.5-hour workshop is €30

Booking deadline September 20th, 2022

Cancellation Policy:

Refunds cannot be issued for cancellations received less than 2 weeks before the workshop. However, under exceptional circumstances, this can be reviewed by the organisers.


If you have any further questions about this event please contact Sabrina by phone (085) 861 9468 or by email


The Social and Health Education Project CLG (SHEP)is a not-for-profit, community-based training and development organisation established with a commitment to personal and social transformation. Our key areas of work include: a unique training programme based on experiential group work approaches; advocacy; low-cost counselling; supports for community groups and organisations, earth awareness work and international partnership.

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