PSYCHOANALYSIS, TRAUMA AND MILITARY MENTAL HEALTH




PSYCHOANALYSIS, TRAUMA AND MILITARY MENTAL HEALTH

Day Conference at The Anna Freud Centre

18 October 2014
9.30am – 5.00pm

Military conflict and its psychological consequences has been an important  factor in the development of psychiatry and psychoanalysis in the 20th century, and the treatment of casualties of war have led to a new understanding of complex trauma. This important conference looks at the lessons that can be learned from past and current forms of diagnosis and treatment.

SPEAKERS AND TITLES

Michael Molnar
Lingering Trauma: Freud’s War with Psychiatry

Tom Harrison
Strange Meetings at Northfield: Dilemmas of Psychiatry at War

Emile Wijnans 
Ten Years Down: An Army Psychologist’s Reflections

Mike Swinburne
A War in the Mind: Some Challenges of Working Psychoanalytically with Homeless Veterans

Felicity de Zulueta
Psychological Effects of War

Jo Stubley
Psychoanalytic principles in the understanding of complex trauma

John Gale
A therapeutic community for traumatised veterans

Duration 18 October 2014 - 18 October 2014
Times Saturday 18 October 9.30 am - 5.00 pm
Cost £60 Adults / £45 students/concessions (£5 discount for Members of Freud Museum)
Venue Anna Freud Centre London
Address 12 Maresfield Gardens London NW3 5SU, ,
Contact 020 7435 2002 / / www.freud.org.uk/events/75659/psychoanalysis-trauma-and-military-mental-health/

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