Training films for students of Applied and Clinical Psychology that address the subject of Whiteness – the invisible, silent, but powerful norm that structures racism. The films examine the role of Whiteness in psychology, in theory and practice, and the effects of Whiteness on psychology training, students, services and service users. The films are intended to make a forceful contribution to on-going debates on racism in relation to diversity, inclusion and representation.
Written, produced and presented by Prof. Nimisha Patel, University of East London. Featuring interviews with a range of clinical psychology students, trainers and service users. 2021Launch Project