The Course offers a regular programme of supervision workshops, along with termly conferences that supervisors can attend. Our aim is to support their role as supervisors and clinical practitioners.
DClinPsy Conferences in the Heart of London
At the end of each term the Course holds a conference on major topics of current clinical and professional interest. Conferences are attended by trainees, supervisors and UCL Staff. They aim to foster the links between the Course and supervisors in the region by supporting continuing professional development.
Childhood Sexual Abuse Conference
Date and time
Fri, June 24, 2022
10:00 AM – 5:00 PM BST
University College London
Darwin Building, B40 Lecture TheatreView map
About this event
Childhood sexual abuse is an issue that affects many of the individuals we meet clinically, yet many clinical psychologists feel anxious or under-skilled when approaching conversations about this topic. This all-day conference will explore different aspects of this complex issue, whilst centring the voices and perspectives of those with lived experience of abuse. The varied programme includes topics such as: the neurodevelopmental impact of childhood maltreatment; the perspectives of social care workers in managing new disclosures of abuse; working with sexual risk in children and adolescents; the role for creativity in therapy with survivors of abuse; developing a new service for survivors of institutionalised abuse; the rewards and challenges for therapists undertaking this work; and the role of the expert consultant.
We will have speakers from: The Lighthouse, the Adolescent At Risk Service, the Traumatic Stress Clinic, and the National Adoption and Fostering Clinic in South London.
Please sign up on the eventbrite link below:
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