Thursday 21st & Friday 22nd March 2019

Complex Trauma, Abuse and Dissociation
Energising Hope for Recovery

Venue - The Spring Lane Building, University of York, York YO10 5DD

Completed in October 2016, this new centrally-located teaching building features
a variety of modern teaching spaces including a 350 seat lecture theatre, 26 seminar rooms
along with study and informal meeting areas.
Further information on The Spring Lane Building

An opportunity to hear many International Speakers

Working in partnership with

The CTAD Clinic
Spring Lane Foyer
Spring Lane Lecture Theatre
Spring Lane meeting room

This conference in York follows on from the success of the first ever joint NHS/Private conference on dissociation, held in Norwich in 2017.

With increased awareness of dissociation, the importance of an integrated approach between the public and private sectors has become central to positive treatment outcomes.

Dr Elly Hanson
Turning away:
How and why do societies and communities deny, distance and minimise
child sexual abuse? - and what we can do about it?

Fay Maxted OBE
‘The Truth Project’ - the story so far and hopes for the future.

Dr Rachel Thomas
Developing services in the fields of Complex Trauma, Abuse and Dissociation.
Where are we and where should we be going?

Further details of plenaries and workshops;
3 Hr Workshops
90 Min Workshops

Conference Fees

Two Days 

Full cost - £195.00

Concessions - ESTD, FPP, NHS Staff and Students - £170.00

One Day

Full cost - £105.00

Concessions - ESTD, FPP, NHS Staff and Students - £95.00

Please note that bookings close on 7th March 2019.

Conference Dinner

The optional evening meal on Thursday will be served in the Galleria Restaurant at The Roger Kirk Centre on the York University Campus from 7.00pm onwards.  This will be a 3-course buffet style dinner, with a welcome drink, which will cost £20.00, so please do join us for an informal evening.