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International & Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Complex Trauma and its Treatment

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 The conference will offer a combination of keynote presentations and workshops facilitated by UK-based and International professionals in the field of complex trauma. We will have clinicians sharing their experience from Germany, Canada, Ireland and the UK.

The conference will provide a forum for practitioners working with different issues around complex trauma with a view to share perspectives, best practices, improving mutual understanding of complex trauma and further collaboration. You will also hear about our successful collaboration with academics from the University of York and why it is important to engage academia in research around different issues of complex trauma. It will cover topics such as:

  • An update around new development around Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (ICD -11)

  • Nightmares and the Ethics of Trauma Memory

  • Complex Trauma and Pain

  • Embodied Reprocessing for working with complex trauma

  • How to prepare clients for trauma-integration

  • Differential understandings and responses to domestic abuse and violence

  • Understanding a Complex Trauma through the perspective of the biological Fear System

  • Latest development around suicide bereavement  

  • Working systemically with adoptive families

  • Trauma & Mental Health in Offenders

    The conference will include a combination of international keynote presentations and workshops: there will be a number of practical workshops for psychotherapists and others working with trauma sufferers; workshops on key theoretical issues related to trauma; and perspectives and experiences from the NHS, voluntary and private sectors.
Location York
Category Talking Therapies
Details of Event
Start date 03 Apr 2020
Start time 9:30am
Venue Address Derwent College (University of York), University Rd, Heslington, York, YO10 5DD
Amount £125
Organiser Complex Trauma Therapists' Network in the UK (CTTN) and Complex Trauma Institute (CTI)
Keywords Conference, Psychology, Psychotherapy, Therapeutic, Therapy, Trauma
Regions North East


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