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IRCT BEST PRACTICE FORUM ONLINE EVENT

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BEST PRACTICE FORUM WEBINAR: ATTACHMENT & TRAUMA INFORMED CARE

ORIT BADOUK EPSTEIN

‘The role fear plays in the severely traumatised client’

Orit will be discussing the core principles of Attachment Theory. In particular she will focus on Disorganised attachment and the way in which fear manifests itself in clients who have suffered childhood neglect and abuse.

Orit Badouk Epstein is a UKCP registered Attachment based Psychoanalytic psychotherapist, a trainee supervisor and a trainee therapist. She trained at the Bowlby Centre, London where she is the Editor of the journal “Attachment-New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis”. She specialises in attachment theory and trauma and regularly lectures.

RICHARD CROSS

‘Creating Resiliency for Professionals when Working with Traumatised Children: harnessing understanding of attachment and trauma within organisational group and individual contexts’

Richard Cross is a UKCP registered psychotherapist and child psychotherapist. He has worked with children and young people since 1991 when he became interested in trauma, dissociation and attachment. This led him to collaboration with Dr Sandra Bloom to implement and pilot an trauma-informed approach called ‘The Sanctuary Model’ in the UK in 2004. He is Head of Assessment & Therapy at Five Rivers Child Care where he leads research and development on collaboration with AFC/UCL and supports a team of psychologists and psychotherapists developing innovative approaches such as ATIC (Attachment & Trauma Informed Care).

Friday, 12th of March 2021 / 10:00 – 12:30 (GMT)

 

Some comments from our Best Practice Forum attendees…

" I learnt so much...kept me engaged all day...I would definitely recommend to colleagues "
" I gained a huge increase in my knowledge and understanding of Attachment "
" The research confirmed the vital role that social relationships and nurturing environment play in helping children recover "
" This is such a powerful forum for me...such a beacon in austerity...so many passionate speakers "
" The forum was really useful for my role and will make a real impact on my practice "
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