Aileen Alleyne

Dr Aileen Alleyne is a UKCP registered psychodynamic psychotherapist, clinical supervisor and organisational consultant in private practice. She is a visiting lecturer at training institutions and a consultant on race and cultural diversity in organisations, such as the NHS, Social Services, Education, and the Police Services. Her clinical research examining black workers' experiences in three UK statutory bodies, namely, the NHS, Education and Social Services, makes a significant contribution to the discourse on racism as a living trauma. Highlighting the concept of 'the internal oppressor', her work offers ways of deepening understanding of black psychological reactions to the wounding impact of racism. Aileen is the author of several book chapters and journal papers exploring themes on black/white dynamics, shame and identity wounding, and working with issues of Difference and Diversity in the workplace.

The Burden of Heritage: Hauntings of Intergenerational Trauma on Black Lives

The Burden of Heritage: Hauntings of Intergenerational Trauma on Black Lives

by Aileen Alleyne

  • Paperback £29.99

This book is a crucial and timely addition to the ever-present subject of Inter- and Transgenerational Trauma. It charts the modes of transmission of black ancestral trauma passed down the... (more)

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