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Disrupted Attachment, Relational & Developmental Trauma

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Children who have experienced relational and developmental trauma have usually lived through a matrix of multiple, overlapping and co-occurring traumas, losses and stressors ranging from physical, emotional or moral neglect to sexual and / or violent abuse. The impact of such traumas varies widely from individual to individual based on an array of variables – creating challenges for our therapeutic interventions. Moreover, since a majority of relational and developmental trauma experiences tend to involve interwoven types of abuse – clear differentiation can be difficult. Our task, as therapists, can be even more complicated when these trauma experiences have occurred concurrent with a weakly formed cognitive framework and / or severely disrupted attachments. 

 
At this practical and therapeutically oriented workshop, Dr Karen Treisman draws on her bestselling book on the topic and her extensive clinical experience to explore the multi-layered impact of trauma, neglect, toxic stress and disrupted attachment on children, adolescents and their surrounding adults. She looks at developmental and relational trauma experiences through the lens of the neurobiology of attachment, to distinguish between the impacts on the body (physical and sensory), brain (cognitive and neuropsychological), emotions, behaviours, learning and relationships.
 
Location London
Category Talking Therapies
Details of Event
Start date 06 Mar 2020
Start time 10:00am
Venue Address Holiday Inn Kensington, Wrights Lane, London, W8 5SP
Cost
Amount £249
About
Organiser Nscience
Speaker Dr Karen Treisman
Website https://www.nscience.co.uk/6-and-7-march-2020.html
Contact No. 020 7096 1722
Email cpd@nscience.co.uk
Keywords Child, Psychological, Psychology, Psychotherapy, Therapy, Trauma
Regions Greater London

 

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