Dennis has worked with groups, over the last two decades, in a wide variety of different settings primarily as a freelance trainer, consultant and thearpeutic groupworker, focussing on Communication and Relationship Skills, Self Esteem, Diversity, Sexual Orientation, Team Building and HIV issues in the workplace.
Since 2001 Dennis has worked with both Alfred and Tim facilitating therapeutic workshops aimed at gay/bi men at PACE and he leads the development of workshop programmes targeting Black and Minority Ethnic gay and bi men.
Dennis has trained in humanistic psychotherapy at Spectrum since 2001 and is a member of the Spectrum Post-Graduate professional community. He teaches part-time at the City Literary Institute within the Counselling and Psychotherapy department.
Dennis appeared in the Channel Four documentary ‘Trainers, Reggae and The Olympics’ that explored, amongst other things, homophobic lyrics in dancehall music. Dennis is also the current Vice-Chair of the Black Gay Men’s Advisory Group (BGMAG).
Thank you for a fantastic and varied event. Loving men gets better and better.