Dennis L Carney

Diversity, Groupwork and personal development

About Dennis

For over 25 years Dennis has facilitated group, professional and personal development courses, as a freelance trainer and consultant, working with a wide variety of organisations across all work sectors.

 

Staff Training
He provides high quality training and consultancy services to clients who are managing change in service delivery, policy and organisational development, offering a range of professional staff training courses to organisations, both large and small.

He counts the Environment Agency, Social Care Institute for Excellence, The NAZ Project and East Thames Housing Association, amongst many others, as satisfied customers.

Dennis is also an Organisational Development Associate at Abundant Sun, a qualified Assertiveness Trainer and offers Team Building as part of his growing work portfolio.

For more than a decade, he has designed and taught courses, as a part-time lecturer at London’s City Literary Institute, on a variety of subjects including: Anger Management, Diversity, Ethics, Group Facilitation, Sexuality Awareness and Using Gestalt Two Chair Techniques.

 

Personal Development
Until recently, for 13 years, he facilitated therapeutic group interventions at PACE that explored themes around identity, self-esteem, assertiveness, shame, relationships and sexual health.

Dennis also provides support to a limited number of individual clients at his private personal development practice and works within BACP's ethical framework.

Dennis has completed 12 years of training in Humanistic Integrative Psychotherapy at Spectrum. He is an Associate and Leadership Group Member of the Black and Asian Therapists Network and a founder member and Director of Loving Men.

 

More about Dennis
In 2003 and 2006 he received Black LGBT Community Awards in recognition of his community development work with these communities in the UK.

Dennis grew up in Manchester and now lives in Brixton, London. He is committed to helping organisations challenge discrimination across all diversity strands and supporting personal development clients to be all of who they can be.