Four Tavistock and Portman scholars are among the newest members to be welcomed into the Stuart Hall Foundation Scholars and Fellows Network.
Christina Morgan, Hamdi Adan, Ishbel Tregear, Rebecca Nyamah are all studying on one of our flagship observation Master’s degree courses, Perinatal, child, adolescent and family work: a psychoanalytic observational approach (M7).
They are now among 20 new members welcomed into the Stuart Hall Foundation Scholars and Fellows Network.
The Stuart Hall Foundation/Tavistock studentship is aimed at widening access to our M7 course and to the Child Psychotherapy clinical training at the Tavistock Centre, with applications invited from students who identify as Black, Asian or of Mixed Heritage. The bursary can contribute to the student’s fees up to Post Graduate Diploma qualification, and also to the cost of psychoanalytic psychotherapy fees in order to support a student should they wish subsequently to apply for a training in Child and Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (M80).
The Stuart Hall Foundation provides opportunities to students and academics from culturally diverse and disadvantaged backgrounds, to address the lack of diversity among academic staff and students in higher education.