Psychotherapeutic Work with Intergenerational Trauma

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With Module Speaker:
Dr Pamela AlexanderDr Aileen AlleyneDr Doris BrothersProphecy ColesDr Françoise DavoineDr Dori LaubDr Isha Mckenzie-MavingaDr Clara MucciProfessor Franz RuppertLennox ThomasMaya Jacobs-WallfischDr Estela Welldon

  • This online resource provides a unique package of lectures and presentations by the speakers below, supported by notes, captions and diagrams
  • This content is available 24/7 for 1 year per subscription
  • The package offers 10 hours of video, accredited as 20 hours CPD
  • All the materials have been commissioned by Confer and cannot be obtained elsewhere
  • The literature has been studied in order to offer a reliably researched, hyperlinked bibliography

ONLINE BOOKING

Self-funded: £180
Organisationally-Funded: £200
Institutional account (4 or more): £85 per user
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CPD Certificate of Attendance: £36 per user
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FEES

Self-funded:
£180

Organisationally-funded:
£200

Institutional account (4 or more):
£85 per user

Teaching licence (10 or more):
£50 per student

Test and Certificate of Attendance:
£36

CPD

A certificate of attendance may be applied for up to 20 hours of CPD (pro rata on the basis of correct answers in multiple choice questionnaire. £36

MODULE
INCLUDES

  • 10 hours of video presentations illustrated with captions, diagrams or images
  • Supporting notes, slides or references
  • Bibliography linked to relevant articles and books
  • Additional resources relating to each speaker
  • Discussion forum
  • A Certificate of Attendance through which you can acquire up to 20 hours CPD on the basis of a multiple choice questionnaire assessing your knowledge of the module (additional £36)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. To recite the different levels of intergenerational trauma: historical or societal trauma, family trauma and traumatic attachments, and how these may interplay between at least 3 generations
  2. To assess and explain how the psychological mechanisms by which traumatic affect is transmitted from one generation to the next, and elaborate at least 2 of these.
  3. To be able to illustrate how intergenerational trauma can manifest in specific psychological vulnerabilities, and to apply this insight to diagnosis and assessment of patients with 1) associations to experiences that they don't remember and 2) how patients describe their parents' personal histories
  4. To plan a psychotherapeutic intervention aimed at breaking the cycles of the past in traumatised families, and describe the stages of this intervention.
  5. To explain the meaning of acculturation, and describe its effects across generations in relation to at least one community effected by displacement, absorption or annihilation
  6. To describe and critique the procedures of at least one method of working with intergenerational trauma, for example family constellations work or psychoanalysis

STUDY GUIDES

Further reading
  • Comprehensive reading list & journal articles
Study guides
  • Diagnosis and assessment if Intergenerational Trauma
  • Intergenerational trauma - Mechanisms of transmission
  • Types of intergenerational trauma
  • Treatment approaches