Tavistock Trauma Service: lectures on trauma

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Organised by:

Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust

11 January 2024 - 07 March 2024

Time: 19:00 - 20:30

Price: £30.00

Location: online


Are you looking for new ways to refresh your trauma-informed knowledge and practice?

Hosted by Dr Jo Stubley, Consultant Medical Psychotherapist and Psychoanalyst who leads the renowned Tavistock Trauma Service, join our trauma lectures to hear a variety of speakers – all with expertise in different areas of trauma and related fields.

All lectures are followed by a Q&A, where you’ll have the chance to raise your questions live.

Our innovative external lecture series on trauma are designed to reflect the clinical approach of the Tavistock Trauma Service, emphasising an adapted psychoanalytic approach with multi-modality and trauma-informed care.

Spring series 2024

Date: 11 January 2024
Time: 7-8.30pm
Price: £30

Dr Gail Lewis will outline an approach to intersectionality and offer some considerations for how and to what extent psychodynamic clinicians can incorporate an intersectional approach into their practise.

Date: 1 February 2024
Time: 7-8.30pm
Price £30

In this presentation, Angela Kennedy will explore how the arts can be an aid in trauma recovery and community health through theory and practical examples. A framework for utilizing arts is described, along with potential unintended consequences of the arts in health agenda.

Date: 7 March 2024
Time: 7-8.30pm
Price: £30

Dr. David Levit will discuss his work on integrating somatic approaches from outside of psychoanalysis into psychoanalytic treatment, particularly for patients suffering from early developmental trauma and severe dissociation — focusing on how somatically based approaches from somatic experiencing can enfold into and enhance psychoanalytic treatment.

You can also book these lectures as part of a cost-saving bundle of £75.

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