Working with Young Refugees and Asylum Seekers: Context and Content

 Registration is closed for this event

 

30 November, 9-5pm

Lewis Suite, Resource for London, Holloway Rd

Lunch and refreshments provided throughout the day

 

Standard Rate: £95

Student/Trainees: £80

 

Speakers include: Sarina Campbell, Derek Dyer, Caitlin Dowling, Susannah Fairweather, Rayhah Feldman, Mitchell Harris, Hayley Lawrence, Vicky Lynch, Sheila Melzak, Eithne Nightingale, Korina Soldatic and Ferelyth Watt

 

About the event

This event is open to all interested in and working with this client group.

This event brings together child psychotherapists, social workers, clinical psychologists, social anthropologists, NGO's and film makers to debate and think about the needs of young refugee and asylum seekers.

 

Given the particular needs of this group and the wider systemic issues, it is crucial that disciplines come together to share ideas and experience to best develop work and thinking in this area.

 

At the event we will:

  • Discuss the complexities working with this patient group entails
  • Consider what practitioners may need to think about outside of main clinical aspects
  • Provide support for practitioners to best meet the needs of the child/young person
  • Provide insight and an analytic frame to the therapeutic and emotional needs of this patient group
  • Explore some of the clinical themes emerging from this patient group

     

See the full programme and speaker biographies here                              

 

When
November 30th, 2018 9:00 AM   through   5:00 PM
Location
Resource For London (Lewis Suite)
356 Holloway Road
London, London N7 6PA
United Kingdom

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Contact
Phone: 02079227751
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Event Fee(s)
Standard Rate £ 95.00
Trainees/Students £ 80.00
Speaker/Presenter £ 0.00

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