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Working with PTSD and Complex PTSD from an Attachment Perspective

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Friday, 3 November 2017 at 10:00 - Saturday, 4 November 2017 at 16:00

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Early Bird Ticket for both days
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Individual Ticket for both days 3 Nov 2017 £249.00 £0.00
One day attendance ticket 4 Nov 2017 £135.00 £0.00
Video Recording: One Day 4 Nov 2017 £135.00 £0.00
Video Recording: both days 4 Nov 2017 £249.00 £0.00

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Working with PTSD & Complex PTSD from an Attachment Perspective

A 2-day training workshop at London with Dr Felicity de Zulueta

London, 3 & 4 November 2017, Friday & Saturday

This practical workshop, led by Dr Felicity de Zulueta – one of UK’s leading experts on PTSD and complex PTSD – begins by discussing the latest diagnostic criteria for simple PTSD, and its dissociative manifestations, as they are presented in the new DSM V. The workshop highlights how these diagnostic criteria ignore the existence of a wide range of presentations that arise in survivors of childhood abuse and emotional neglect as well as those who have suffered from chronic and severe exposure to traumatic events, a condition unofficially referred to as ‘developmental PTSD’ and ‘complex PTSD’. Such a state of affairs can leave therapists treating these clients / patients with little or no guidance in relation to the aetiology, diagnosis, assessment and treatment of their symptoms and makes research in the field very difficult. Dr Zulueta demonstrates how an  understanding of PTSD and complex PTSD from an attachment perspective, enables one to make sense of both the psychological and somatic  symptoms clients / patients  present with and the recent epigenetic findings relating to transmission of PTSD down the generations.

By integrating her clinical experience with Attachment research, Dr Zulueta outlines the process by which psychotherapeutically trained practitioners can assess and prepare traumatised clients for the ‘journey of therapy’ whilst bearing in mind their need for emotional regulation and a sense of security. The workshop discusses different therapeutic approaches to stabilisation & treatment of PTSD and the way severe traumatic attachments can lead to resistance to change. Viewing the assessment and treatment of PTSD through the lens of Attachment Theory, the workshop helps practitioners understand how a rupture in the neurobiological capacity to attune and the capacity to mentalise is fundamental to our understanding of traumatised individuals, while also providing practical new approaches to therapy for both complex and developmental PTSD. Utilising a series of video vignettes and clinical case examples, Dr Zulueta helps us comprehend the linkages between PTSD, Borderline Personality Disorder, dissociative disorders and violent behaviour.  

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Radisson Blu Edwardian Grafton
130 Tottenham Court Rd
W1T 5AY London
United Kingdom

Friday, 3 November 2017 at 10:00 - Saturday, 4 November 2017 at 16:00


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nscience is an independent organisation that seeks to explore the interdisciplinary richness of mental health disciplines. Through a series of seminars, workshops and conferences that are conducted throughout the year, we aim to present the latest advances in theory and research to practitioners; with a view to furthering their continuing professional development.

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