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Understanding 'Privileged Abandonment' Trauma States
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We're sorry if you missed out on this talk, but if you are in the Bristol area and would like to contribute in whatever way you can towards BPA organising and presenting talks in the coming years, then please join us in our Open Meeting next Monday 7th Dec at 7:30pm


Understanding 'Privileged Abandonment' Trauma States

Nick Duffell

Author of "The Making of Them" and "Wounded Leaders"

Nick will provide a mix of didactic teaching and practical learning on the impact of boarding school on 'survivors', illustrated by video clips from the BBC film The Making of Them.

Participants will get a good introduction to working with this fast-growing but demanding client group, to detect boarding issues underlying present problems, understand the institutionalised dimension of hierarchies, bullying and abuse and learn to work with traumatic dissociation.

Nick Duffell's pioneering work on the psychology of boarding has been featured on TV and radio.

A psychohistorian and author of several books on boarding, he started Boarding School Survivors workshops in 1990 and currently provides specialist training to therapists and is researching VR supported attachment-repair at UCL



Onine (Zoom)

Timezone: Europe/London
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You will be provided with the Zoom link to access the event on the Brown Paper Ticket webpage after your booking is complete and also in the email acknowledgement. We'll also email the link to all of you again on the day of the event (but please don't completely depend on this, just in case...). We look forward to you joining us on the 30th Nov (click link from 7:15pm, event starts 7:30pm)


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Kid Friendly: No


Owner: Bristol Psychotherapy Association (BPA)
On BPT Since: Sep 18, 2020
Bristol Psychotherapy Association (BPA)


Question: Would it be possible to purchase a recording of this event?
Answer: Hello,To find out if a recording is available please contact the organizer directly via the information below. Bristol Psychotherapy Association (BPA)07773266669janmesimpson@gmail.comThank you,-The BPT Team

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