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Thriving From Trauma - Post-traumatic growth (PTG) and spirituality: theory, research and practice

21 December 2016 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Fees vary - see pricing information
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Did you know that only about 10% of people exposed to trauma develop PTSD?

And 50% of those who suffer PTSD get better without any treatment!

At this event you will be able to share your experiences about the journey from PTSD to PTG, from victim to survivor, and learn how the triad of meaning making, spirituality and transformation can fast track you or your clients to the next level.

For speaker information, please see the Programme tab.

BPS London Office
30 Tabernacle Street

Nearest tubes: Moorgate (Circle and Hammersmith and City) and Old Street (Northern Line City branch).

Event Location: 

Opening address by Professor Jamie Hacker Hughes, BPS Vice-President


Keynote speakers on post-traumatic growth and spirituality

Dr Ho Law Editor of the BPS Transpersonal Psychology Review introduces the special CPD event from a unique personal and professional perspective.

Dr Waseem Alladin Guest Editor, founding member of the BPS Crisis and Trauma Section, Founding Editor in Chief, Counselling Psychology Quarterly: An International Journal of Theory, Research and Practice and a leading British psychologist in the field of PTG presents: Post-traumatic growth : the missing dimensions and beyond

Margaret Chapman-Clarke Guest Editor, Editor of Mindfulness in the Workplace brings alive the ‘Yin and Yang of Life' in discovering autoethnography as a research genre, methodology and method.


Conference programme

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Section Members £27.14
Students £27.14
Non-Members £53.69



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