Somatic Memory

A Study in Trauma and Somatic Memory

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Saturday 13 and 20 June 2020 - A Live Webinar

A Two-Day Workshop with Dr Janina Fisher PhD

  • Includes a recording of the event with access for a year
  • Bookings close at 9.00am BST Thursday 11 June

It is not the traumatic events that haunt survivors for decades afterward. It is the impact or legacy of those events in the form of emotional, body and behavioural memories.
Janina Fisher, PhD

In this workshop, we will look at how the neuroscience and attachment research of the past twenty years has transformed our notions of “memory”. We now know that “the body keeps the score,” that our most painful experiences are less often remembered than encoded in wordless somatic and emotional memories.

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ONLINE BOOKING

Confer member: £48 (SOLD OUT)
Self-funded: £60 (SOLD OUT)

FEES

Handouts included:

Bookings close at 9.00am BST Thursday 11 June

Confer member:
£48
(Click here to become a member)
(SOLD OUT)

Self-funded:
£60
(SOLD OUT)

CPD

Certificates of attendance for 6 hours will be provided

VENUE

This is a live online webinar using Zoom software. Zoom is free to download and use.

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To download Zoom free of charge click here.

SCHEDULE

Saturday 13 June
15.00 (BST) “The Body Keeps the Score”
16.15 Break
16.45 What is a Memory?
18.00 Discussion
18.30 End

Saturday 20 June
15.00 (BST) Transforming One’s Relationship to a Traumatic Past
16.15 Break
16.45 A Repair Model, not a Remembering Model
17.45 Discussion
18.15 End