Last week saw our Sixth Form Psychology students learning more about a Japanese psychological therapy called Morita therapy. After an introduction to this therapy and its unique properties by Professor Ishu Ishiyama, students were then given an insight into its practical application. Professor Masahiro Minami shared with the audience his research experiences, based in Rwanda working with the victims and perpetrators of the Rwandan genocide.
The talk was engaging and helped students to better understand how what they study in the classroom can be applied to real world situations. After a question and answer session around the work of the Morita Peace and Reconciliation services, our guests took a walk around the beautiful Sidcot campus to learn more about our Quaker school.