Top flight associates in mental health and social care delivering service improvement
HS Consultancy Associates.
DMS, CQSW, PRINCE2 Practitioner, IOSH Managing Safely Certificate
Hári has a wide range of operational and strategic leadership experience in health and social care. He is a social worker by background with nearly 30 years experience.
Hári has held a number of senior roles within social care and the NHS in central government, regional services and local services. His last public sector role being as Executive Director for Organisational Development in an inner-city Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust.
Hári Sewell is founder and Director of HS Consultancy. He is a writer and speaker in his specialist area of social justice, equalities and ethnicity, race and culture in mental health. Hári is honorary Senior Visiting Fellow at the University of Central Lancashire and Specialist Guest Lecturer at University of Bradford. Hári has had various books, articles and book chapters published, with new material emerging regularly.
Hári has a reputation for being a strong communicator. He is a nationally and internationally recognised trainer on critical race theory, unconscious bias, leading diverse organisations and teams and issues of equality and social justice.
Hári worked with another local campaigner to secure services for survivors of sexual violence and currently runs a campaign “Men Supporting Women’s Rights” including “Men Against Rape”. He is increasingly studying forms of masculinity and the possibilities in practice and employee relations to recognise the intersections between masculinity and other aspects of identity. Hári hosts the 'Seasoning the reasoning' podcasts available on Soundcloud and YouTube.
Hári has worked through these roles and his publications to improve service provision for groups with protected characteristics (as defined within the Equality Act 2010). He has used his position to advance this agenda and has earned a reputation nationally and internationally for this work.
- Social care in mental health
- Social justice, Equality and Diversity, Race Equality
- Organisational change and development
- Service users as change agents
- Policy and strategy development
- Service Improvement
- Group facilitation
- Development of person-centred recovery-focused mental health services
- Presenting to top level audiences
- Equality and the Department of Health Consultation on Red Tape | 0 Comments
- Serbian u21s, Racism and What's Beneath the Surface in the UK | 0 Comments
- Sensationalist reporting, institutional racism and the NHS | 0 Comments
- Sharp Increase in Suicides in UK | 0 Comments
- BME Mental Health Improvement: Have we given up trying? | 0 Comments
- Unconscious Bias | 0 Comments
- Why I started the Men Against Rape campaign | 0 Comments
- What Miles David Taught Us About Course Design | 0 Comments
- Hári Sewell on the George Floyd Killing and the aftermath | 0 Comments
- Working With Ethnicity Race and Culture in Mental Health Read Online
- Leading Race Equality in Mental Health Read Online Download PDF (140kb)
- Ethnicity and Spirituality Read Online
- Black and Minority Ethnic Groups Read Online
- Leading and Learning Read Online Download PDF (70kb)
- Race, Ethnicity and Mental Health Care in "Working in Mental Health" Read Online
- Making Progress on Race Equality in Mental Health Read Online Download PDF (217kb)
- Toxic Interaction Theory: One Reason Why African Caribbean People Are Over-represented in Psychiatric Services and Potential Solutions Read Online Download PDF (23kb)
- Equality Act 2010 in Mental Health: A Guide to Implementation and Issues for Practice Read Online
- Mental Health Inequalities Facing UK Minority Ethnic Populations Read Online
- Modelling Well-being in Social Care Read Online
- Developing Mental Health Policies that Address Race and Culture Read Online
- Race in "Mad or Bad: A Critical Approach to Counselling and Forensic Psychology" Read Online
- Implementing race equality policies in British health and social care: a perspective from experience Read Online
- 300 Voices Toolkit Read Online
- Working in Mental Health with People from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Groups Download PDF (429kb)