On-demand access to our 2021 conference content

3rd International Virtual Conference on Perspectives
on Complex Trauma 
Complex Trauma Institute in collaboration with the University of York

Online Conference's on-demand presentations

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Conference Package Includes:

7 week access to 23 presentations

CPD Certificate (15 CPD hours) 

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We're excited to announce our 3rd International Conference on Perspectives on Complex Trauma. Following the success of our first online conference in 2020 and considering the ongoing Covid-19 restrictions we will be hosting the 2021 conference virtually.

The Conference Package offers you:

 

Exclusive access to International speakers from the USA, Puerto Rico, Canada, Iceland, Kazakhstan and the UK.

The latest developments in the understanding and treatment of complex trauma as well as a clinical application of the latest development in working with adults and children (with experience from professionals working in agencies and in private practice).

International, organisational and expert clinical perspectives on working with complex trauma.

CPD certificate (15 hours!) 

7 week access to more than 20 recorded presentations.

You will be given login details which will give you exclusive access to our conference presentations so you can watch it in your own time. All our content will be accessible from the 27th of March 2021. Scroll down for a full programme. 

 

 

 

Dr Thania Acaron is a dance and movement psychotherapist, researcher, lecturer and performer. Dr Acarón currently works as a lecturer at the University of South Wales in the Faculty of Creative Industries. She also offers international workshops on movement for wellbeing, therapeutic work with the LGBT+ community, embodied decision-making, physical theatre/contemporary dance, interdisciplinary therapeutic arts and violence prevention.

She introduces dance movement psychotherapy and some of its fundamental principles: body-mind connection, kinaesthetic empathy and body symbolism. If you're attending this presentation participants are encouraged to wear comfortable clothing, have reflection materials at hand, and clear some space to move, if possible.

Dr Scott P. Sells, PhD, MSW, LCSW, LMFT, creator of the Family Systems Trauma (FST) model, has been treating children and adolescents with severe emotional and behavioural problems for over 20 years. He has over 20 publications and has written three books: Treating the Traumatized Child:  A Step-by-Step Family Systems Approach, Treating the Tough Adolescent: A Family-Based, Step-by-Step Guide and Parenting Your Out-of-Control Teenager: 7 Steps to Reestablish Authority and Reclaim Love. Scott specialises in working with impossible or stuck cases whose families have not been successful with other counselors. Scott was a former Professor of Social Work at Savannah State University in Savannah, GA and Associate Professor at UNLV in Las Vegas, NV. He founded the Parenting with Love and Limits (PLL) model that is being used across the US and Europe.

 

Miles Salter writer, musician and broadcaster from York. His creative output since 2002 has included journalism, fiction for young adults and children, running York Literature Festival for eight years, and presenting The Arts Show on Jorvik Radio. He fronts the band Miles and The Chain Gang. He has also worked as visiting lecturer at Leeds Trinity University, as well as in schools and prisons.

On the 27th of March he will perform some poems from his new book, Fix, which includes writing on addiction, therapy, and why there are so few songs about cheese. In his performance, Stories & Songs of Acceptance, Miles will also be performing some songs, and will attempt to answer the question 'what do poetry and therapy have in common?' on the 27th March 2021 (11:15 - 11:45 ).. from Miles below:

 

Dr Thania Acarón (Dance & Movement Psychotherapist)

Dr Scott P. Sells (PhD, MSW, LCSW, LMFT, creator of the Family Systems Trauma model)

Miles Salter (Writer, Musician & Broadcaster)

To have a peak at our confirmed presentations please see below.

A few more speakers will be joining us soon!

Our Past Conferences:

Conference 2020 (our 2nd conference)

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Organised  by Complex Trauma Therapists' Network in the UK (CTTN) and Complex Trauma Institute (CTI)

in collaboration with the University of York

2020 Conference Presentations

Our online conference was initially going to take place at the University of York on the 3rd of April 2020. Due to Covid-19, we decided to host our first online conference. Following demand, we are now offering access to our conference material. Please read for further information below and register. 

The online conference includes 9 recorded presentations + 11 recorded webinars. You can find further information on the content of our conference by scrolling down. 

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- Individual Access for 5 weeks £30 pp.

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1. 'Complex Trauma Viewed through the Perspective

of the Biological Fear System
Presenter: Michael Guiding (Psychotherapist and Clinical Supervisor in Private Practice)

2. 'Working Systemically with Adoptive Families' 
Presenter: Hugh Palmer (Systemic Family Psychotherapist- SFT- work with families who have adopted children)

3. 'We need to talk; differential understandings and responses to domestic abuse and violence. ' 
Presenter: Dermot Brady (Senior Lecturer Social Work Kingston and St. George’s University of London)

4. 'It’s all in the Label: Trauma & Mental Health in Offenders.' 
Presenter: Diane Harrison (Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner, & Counselling Psychologist in Training, The University of Manchester)

5. 'Complex Trauma and Pain
Presenter: Dr. Jonathan Egan (Deputy Director DPsychSc Programme in Clinical Psychology, NUI Galway School of Psychology Ireland)

6. 'Embodied Reprocessing for working with complex trauma: dealing with Internalised Voices' 
Presenters: Dzmitry Karpuk, (CTTN) Trainer, Supervisor, Consultant & Systemic Family Psychotherapist & Celia Dawson, (CTTN), Trainer & Person-Centred Psychotherapist, Certifying Coordinator at the International Focusing Institute (USA)

7. 'Essential Preparatory Work for Processing Complex Trauma: Techniques
Presenter: Isa Julgalad  (Psychologist, Systemic Therapist, Germany)

8. 'Nightmares and the Ethics of Trauma Memory' 
Presenters: Professor Tom Stoneham or Dr. R A Davies (University of York)

9. 'Reconstructing ‘Personhood’ When the Assumptive World is Shattered by Trauma' 
Presenter: Karla Dolinsky (Counsellor and Psychotherapist in Private Practice & EMDR Therapist, Crime Victim Assistance Programme (CVAP), Victoria, British Columbia, Canada)

The Complex Trauma Institute’s webinar series

1. 'Engagement and assessment of those experiencing crisis, including key workers, using online treatment processes
Presenter: Rose Maria Hall (Independent Practitioner) Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy Supervisor, Trainer and Practitioner, Psychodynamic Psychotherapist and Solution Focused therapist (M.Sc., PgDip., B.Sc., DipHE., BABCP accred.)

2. 'Working effectively and securely online: technical advice for e-therapy via ZOOM
Presenter: John Kavanagh is an Executive Business Coach and Strategy Consultant with first-had experience of the challenges faced when bringing together the single-minded world of manufacturing with the concepts and models of psychology to drive Cultural Transformation across global organisations.

3. 'Psychotherapy in the time of Covid-19: necessary shifts in perspective and approach
Presenter: Karla Dolinsky (Counsellor and Psychotherapist in Private Practice & EMDR Therapist, Crime Victim Assistance       Programme (CVAP), Victoria, British Columbia, Canada)

4. 'Neither here nor there: Working in an embodied way with trauma online
Presenter: Rod Aungier. Trainer & Therapist, SF Hypnotherapist, Somatic Developmental Psychotherapist (UKAHPP & AFSFH REG.)

5. 'Facing financial and organisational challenges during Coronovirus and beyond:Empowering therapists/organisations to think
Presenter: John Kavanagh is an Executive Business Coach and Strategy Consultant with first-had experience of the challenges faced when bringing together the single-minded world of manufacturing with the concepts and models of psychology to drive Cultural Transformation across global organisations.

6. 'Formulating Complex Trauma
Presenter: Rose Maria Hall (Independent Practitioner) Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy Supervisor, Trainer and Practitioner, Psychodynamic Psychotherapist and Solution Focused therapist (M.Sc., PgDip., B.Sc., DipHE., BABCP accred.)

7. 'Here there and everywhere, Understanding embodiment
Presenter: Rod Aungier. Trainer & Therapist, SF Hypnotherapist, Somatic Developmental Psychotherapist (UKAHPP & AFSFH REG.)

8. 'Trauma Down the line...' 
Presenter: Gwen Randall (CTTN), Trainer, Supervisor, Consultant & Person Centred Integrative Counsellor

9. 'The Unique Challenges of Trauma Therapy with Front Line Workers/First Responders during the Coronavirus Pandemic' 
Presenter: Karla Dolinsky (Counsellor and Psychotherapist in Private Practice & EMDR Therapist, Crime Victim Assistance        Programme (CVAP), Victoria, British Columbia, Canada)

10. 'Working with Domestically Abusive Men' 
Presenter: Dermot Brady (Senior Lecturer Social Work Kingston and St. George’s University of London)

11. 'Understanding Re-traumatisation' 
Presenter: Dr. Robert Davies is a Research Associate at University of York. He completed his PhD at the Department of Philosophy at York in 2017. His research focuses on memory and self-knowledge, and includes clinical and non-clinical examples of cognitive effects, biases, and unusual epistemic phenomena.

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