Thursday 8th & Friday 9th October 2020

Partnership – Progress and Pitfalls in working with Trauma and Dissociation

Due to the COVID outbreak the sad decision has been reached to cancel this conference. Anyone who has already booked will be contacted and receive a full refund.

Thank you, best wishes, Melanie


Melanie Goodwin – Trustee, chair and trainer for First Person Plural
Wishing you well and keep safe

Meeting your Trauma and Dissociation training needs – individual days – courses – bespoke – online  
https://www.firstpersonplural.org.uk/contact-us

Support your learning – “No Two Paths The Same – Living and working therapeutically with DID” and “A Logical Way of Being – the reality of dissociative identity disorder & other complex dissociative conditions” are two learning resource films produced for First Person Plural by Serious Media. 

Further information and ordering details available from
 http://www.firstpersonplural.org.uk/resources/training-films

Partnership – Progress and Pitfalls in working with Trauma and Dissociation

Venue – The Hayes Conference Centre, Swanwick Derbyshire DE55 1AU

Further information will follow.  Contact: Melanie Goodwin

The CTAD Clinic
RAINS

Special interest group meetings – Thursday 5-6 – NHS, RAINS and Survivors

The European Society for Trauma and Dissociation – UK network, (ESTD-UK) in partnership with First Person Plural, (FPP) would like to welcome you to their third, two-day Conference at the Hayes Centre, Swanwick, Derbyshire.

Plenaries:
Dr Mike Lloyd
Making Trauma Personal

Dr Melanie Temple
Engaging the “System” to improve are & outcomes for those experiencing Complex PTSD & Dissociative Disorders

Valerie Sinason
The Beech Effect : Fantasist or Scapegoat

Si Parton
A Journey with Trauma

Further details of plenaries and workshops;
Plenaries
Workshops

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