Kevin J Brazant MA, BA, FRSA, FHEA
Kevin J Brazant is a lecturer, coach, and currently lectures on both the BSc and MSc Social Work programmes at London Metropolitan University whilst also delivering training and workshops for local authority stakeholders. His experience as a trained Mediator, High Risk Conflict Management Specialist, his practice centres around separated families subject to public and private family law proceedings embroiled in high level contact disputes with historic Domestic Violence and Abuse (DVA). He is an accredited Group Leader for Tavistock Relationships (TR) delivering couples and group work interventions on couple communication. He advises as a member of the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Fatherhood ensuring that legal and policy frameworks keep up to date with the changing nature of family life.
Kevin has been awarded for his impactful work with boys, men and fathers from minority ethnic groups, in particular of African heritage, which includes the production of award-winning documentary “Unheard Voices” which explores the experiences of young, teenage fathers in Hackney, east London. Other achievements include both the charity OLMEC and Hackney Council formally acknowledging him for making an outstanding contribution to training local authority and voluntary sector professionals in practice approaches that are culturally appropriate for African heritage men and fathers.