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Working with Trauma

Working with Trauma

In November 2018 we launched our year of working with Trauma by marking the Centenary of WW1.  Now we are six months into the programme and we have continued to run workshops and lectures on a painful topic that can be challenging to us all as therapists personally and professionally.  We are very pleased to be offering a workshop with Lisa Ferguson in June to specifically explore the impact this work can have on our own wellbeing.  We are also taking space to think about the impact that trauma has on organisations with a day with Kate Nowlan on 11th May.  Gwen Adshed is coming to WPF on 8th June and this event is also booking up fast.  To mark coming to the end of our year, we have Nicola Abel-Hirsch on 14th June returning us to thinking about Bion’s War.  Hope to see you there.

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