Dennis L Carney
Dennis has worked with both Alfred and Tim since 2001, facilitating therapeutic groupwork interventions aimed at gay/bi men, at London's former LGBT Mental Health charity, PACE. He also lead the development of workshops targeting Black & Minority Ethnic gay/bi men and is a co-founder of Loving Men.
Dennis completed 12 years post-graduate training in humanistic integrative psychotherapy at Spectrum and also teaches a range of short counselling and personal development courses at The City Literary Institute in Covent Garden, London.
Dennis enjoys working with groups and has done so in a wide variety of settings, addressing different themes and issues.
He also works as a freelance trainer and consultant providing a range of courses on Diversity, LGBT Equality, Team Building, Anger Management, Personal & Professional Development and HIV issues in the workplace.
Dennis has made several guest TV & radio appearances over the years, discussing and challenging homophobia and racism. He appears in the soon to be completed film documentary 'Under Your Nose' that reflects on the little known history of the world's first Black LGBT Centre that opened in London during the 1980s.
Dennis lives in Brixton, South London and runs a small private practice that offers personal development sessions to clients who want to be all they can be.