NTU Psychotherapy: An African-Centered Approach to Healing and Wellness
NTU Psychotherapy, developed by Henry Gregory, is an approach to working with families that allows them to recognize and tap into their inner strength for healing and oneness, understanding that healing is a natural process. NTU interventionists use spirituality-focused, culturally competent interventions to facilitate the healing process. This workshop will introduce participants to the basic elements of the NTU approach, and through didactic and experiential delivery, show its application to a range of human service practices. Additionally, the presenters will share empirical data that demonstrate positive outcomes for individuals and families served. Finally, participants will be exposed to practical tools and examples that will make the content relevant and useful in practice with urban communities.
San Francisco, California
African-Centered Psychology; Multicultural Counseling; Spiritual-focused therapy
Community Psychology | Counseling Psychology | Multicultural Psychology
Gregory, Henry and Boston, Denise, "NTU Psychotherapy: An African-Centered Approach to Healing and Wellness" (2016). Office of Diversity and Inclusion Lectures. 7.