Hey, I’m Guilaine.
Founder and Director of Race Reflections. I am Head Disruptor here. I am a Psychologist, an Adjunct Professor of Critical Psychology and a lover of African music, chocolate and high fashion. I'm passionate about all things equality and I help individuals and organisations tackle inequality, injustice and oppression-related challenges head on.
I have spent over 15 years working with marginalised groups and with issues of equality in various roles. In management and senior management. In research. In consultation. In coaching. And also clinically. I have also worked with large corporate clients seeking to increase inclusion and equity.
I would be honoured to support your learning and development journey.
About Race Reflections
Race Reflections is first and foremost a growing community of thinkers, practitioners and organisers seeking to rethink inequality, injustice and oppression, their impact on our psychological worlds and on the world around us. It is also a bank of deeply challenging articles, think pieces and learning and development resources.
Race Reflections started as a blogging platform and after years of creating freely accessible disruptive and engaging contents and one award nomination, Race Reflections launched as membership site on Saturday 9th May 2020, taking disruption to a new level.
Race Reflections ACADEMY was set up to offer high quality, critical and practical e-solutions to inequality and injustice derived from years of study, research, practice and reflection.
We will engage your head and your heart. You will be signing up for engagement, impact and change. Because they bring psychological, sociological/cultural, psychoanalytic and group analytic perspectives, combined with empirical evidence and lived experience, our courses are comprehensive, thorough and UNIQUE.
We are confident that they will challenge you deeply and make you rethink your position, ideas and beliefs.
“I will conclude by thanking Ms Kinouani for taking such a brave initiative to bring this question once more to our attention, putting it so clearly and evocatively within a group analytic framework and requiring me, and I hope many others, to again rethink our ideas, positions and beliefs”Dick Blackell, Group Analyst