Institute of Mental Health Symposium - Psychotraumatology
04 March 2020, 2:00 pm–5:00 pm
Join us for the spring term Institute of Mental Health Clinical-Academic Symposium on Psychotraumatology
This event is free.
- All | UCL staff | UCL students
Maria Thomas – UCL Institute of Mental Health
Conference Hall, Ground FloorWest wing, St Pancras Hospital4 St Pancras WayLondonNW1 0PE
Chair Prof. Tony David, Director of the Institute of Mental Health
- The psychological management of complex post-traumatic stress disorder: an update
Mary Robertson, Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Head of the Traumatic Stress Clinic, Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust.
- The neurocognitive basis of post-traumatic stress disorder
Prof. Chris Brewin, Emeritus Professor of Clinical Psychology, UCL
- Developmental trauma and psychosis: potential mechanisms
Dr. Michael Bloomfield, UCL Excellence Clinical Principal Research Fellow and Consultant Psychiatrist, Traumatic Stress Clinic
- Long-term outcomes of childhood sexual abuse
Dr. Rongqin Yu, Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford
- Trauma-informed approaches in an NHS Trust
Shirley McNicolas and Dr Philippa Greenfield, Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust
The IoMH Symposium is a termly half day event discussing cutting edge research and clinically relevant topics in mental health. They are open to all interested clinicians, researchers and students across UCL, Camden & Islington NHS Trust and affiliated partners.