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27 March 2021


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3rd International Virtual Conference on Perspectives on Complex Trauma - 2021

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3rd International Virtual Conference on Perspectives on Complex Trauma - 2021
3rd International Virtual Conference on Perspectives on Complex Trauma - 2021

Time & Location

27 March 2021

Recordings Available


About the Event

Our 3rd International Conference on Perspectives on Complex Trauma includes 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).

6 months access to more than 20 recorded presentations from international, organisational and expert clinical perspectives on working with complex trauma.

CPD certificate (15 hours)


Dr Thania Acaron - Dance & Movement Psychotherapist  ‘Embodied Therapeutic Skills in Practice: Dance Movement Psychotherapy’

Miles Slater - Author, Poet & Broadcaster

‘Stories & Songs of Acceptance’

Dr Scott Sells - PhD, MSW, LCSW, LMFT, creator of the Family  Systems Trauma model

‘Treating the Traumatized Family: Step-by-Step Family Systems Approach’

Michael Guilding - Trainer, Psychotherapist, & Supervisor

‘Complex Trauma as a chronic dysfunction of the biological fear system: Implications for psychological  therapy and examples from clinical practice’

Dr. Khaleel Isa - Clinical Psychologist, UNICEF

‘Ethical and clinical best practices when working with person(s) in cross-cultural contexts in  complex crisis’

Stephanie Dawson - Senior Practitioner, Family Action Survive & Thrive

‘Moving from a systemic world into the world or trauma: working with families who have been impacted by  domestic violence’

Jude Boyles, Manager New Roots Therapeutic Service and Child and Family Wellbeing Project,  South Yorkshire Refugee Council & Kathryn Townley, Child and Family Psychological Therapist  for the Child and Family Wellbeing Project

‘Working with resettled refugee children, young people and families: a wraparound approach’

Sasha Nemeckova - Dramatherapist, Refugee Council

‘Making meaning beyond words: a trauma informed model. Working creatively with separated children  seeking asylum’

Shagufta Balquis, Systemic & Family Psychotherapist (MSc, UKCP & AFT Accred), Clinical  Psychotherapist

‘​Working Systemically with People In A Mental Crisis During Coronavirus Pandemic’

Sarah Palmer, Children’s Services Practitioner with the NSPCC and a Person-Centred counsellor 

‘​Helping children to recover from complex trauma'

Tina Puryear, Facilitator International Association of Facilitators (IAF) & Hannah Rutledge, Trainer  in Human Rights Sector

'Collective Care in this Time of Collective Trauma'

Rose Hall, Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist, Psychodynamic Psychotherapist, Counselor  and Solution Focused Therapist

‘​Therapy Outside the Box’

Dr Robert Davies, Associate Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, University of York 

‘​Traumatic Memory, Image, and Emotionality’

Dr Clare Walters - Absolute Specialists Wellbeing

‘The Focussed Mindfulness Method™ (FMM) for complex trauma’

Wendy Sloneker - Grief Recovery Specialist

‘Complex Trauma and Grief Recovery from Multiple Losses’

Dzmitry Karpuk & Celia Dawson - Psychotherapists, CTTN & CTI

‘Embodied Reprocessing in Working with Flashbacks Experienced by Clients with PTSD’

Erene Hadjiioannou - Integrative Psychotherapist

‘Offering Talking Therapy Pre-Trial’

Arlette Kavanagh & Audur Gudmundsdottir - Systemic psychotherapists

‘Towards a Systemic Lens in Trauma work’

Cherie Deakin - Integrative psychotherapist

‘​Therapist Factors and their Significance to Training and Supervision​’

Karla Dolinsky, M.C., M.Sc. Registered Clinical Counsellor, Trauma Therapist based in Victoria  (Canada)

‘Working with First Responders'

Dr Karazhanova Anar, Head of Clinical Psychology Department, Psychiatrist,  Psychotherapist, NAO MUA (Astana Medical University, Kazakhstan)

‘Preliminary results of a study of the prevalence and long-term consequences of Adverse Childhood  Experiences in the Republic of Kazakhstan’

Raahat Manrai, Dr. Emily Taylor, Dr. Rachel Happer & Dr. Cristobal Guerra, PhD candidate in  Clinical Psychology (University of Edinburgh).

‘Understanding the psychological characteristics of care-experienced adolescents with complex trauma  exposure’

Arlette Kavanagh & Lisa  Blaney,  Systemic Family Psychotherapists, Calm Together Project  

A digitally inspired psychosocial support tool – a community response to Covid 19’

Antonio J. Martín-Bejarano García, Trainer and Psychologist, Msc General Health Psychology;  Msc Psychological Intervention in Disasters and Emergency Situations.

‘​Psychological impact on COVID-19 first line workers, a reflexion about how to address their needs when  providing psychotherapy to them.’

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