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BADth CPD day - Understanding LGBTQ + Mental Health - London 30th June 2018

LGBTQ+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer) mental health can often be a concern to dramatherapists, as we encounter clients of all ages, ethnicities, backgrounds and needs who identify as being part of this community.

A CPD day organised by Simon Marks, Hayley Southern and Ryan Valadas (members of The Equality & Diversity Subcommittee).

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