The International Centre for Therapeutic Care (ICTC) and the Institute of Recovery from Childhood Trauma (IRCT) are jointly hosting an online conference exploring the use of biopsychosocial models to promote recovery from trauma.
Taking place online on Friday 6th November from 10 am – 2.30 pm the learning objectives of the conference are:
- Hear about the latest neuro-developmental research
- Gain improved understanding of the importance of adopting a biopsychosocial model to promote trauma recovery
- Learn how to use a neurodevelopmental model to inform therapeutic interventions
- Learn about the benefits of a multi-disciplinary approach to trauma recovery
We will be joined by four key speakers who will present the following talks:
The Diverse Neurobiological Processes and Legacies of Early Adversity – No One Size Approach Fits All
Speaker: Dr Matt Woolgar – Consultant Clinical Psychologist in the National Adoption & Fostering Service Maudsley Hospital
Re-building from the Bottom Up: A Therapeutic Approach to Repairing Developmental Trauma
Speaker: Dr Shoshana Lyons – Founder and Clinical Director of Beacon House
Understanding Hard to Reach Youth: A Biopsychosocial Approach Speaker: Dr Jane Herd – Founder and CEO of Orb8 Social Enterprise
Understanding and Targeting the Child’s Mid-Brain Alarm System: Post Placement Support and Interventions for Adoptive Families
Speaker: Amanda Shirtcliff – Consultant Clinical Psychologist currently working in independent practice in West Sussex
The full programme and speaker information can be found here.
Cost – £50 or £40 early bird booking by October 15thFind out more and book your place(s) here