Welcome to the CDT Section webinar - "From Collective Trauma to Healing: Fostering hope after Covid-19"
This year our virtual webinar will focus on fostering hope and resilience in the face of adversity and the return to a ’new normal’ after Covid-19.
We will have a morning of stimulating presentations with opportunity for questions and networking.
This will include:
- Using social identities to enhance resilience,
- Thriving when work is tough
- New mental health issues that have arisen during COVID 19
- The VOICES network of asylum seekers and refugees and
- Bearing witness in the NHS
Dr Annette Greenwood, Associate Fellow of the BPS and Chair Elected for the CDT
Kate Upton, Registered Adult Nurse and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Kay Bridger, Doctoral Candidate
Nerea Jimenez del Nogal, Committee Member of the BPS, CDT Section
Dr Anne Douglas, Committee Member of the BPS, CDT Section
Dr Blerina Kellezi, Associate Professor in Social and Trauma Psychology
Dr Heather Sequeira, C.Psychol. PhD. is the Director of PTSDTraumaWorkshops and developer of the PTSD Masterclass
Dr Elaine Johnston, Co-opted Member of the BPS, CDT Section
Please note, all speakers, timings and content are subject to change.
All timings are BST.
Friday, June 18, 2021
Welcome and introduction
Using social identities to enhance resilience to trauma and disaster
Dr Blerina Kellezi
Thriving when work is tough in covid and non-covid times
Kate Upton, Kay Bridger and Nerea Jimenez
Returning to ‘normal’ for those with new mental health issues
‘We may be facing the same storm but we are not all in the same boat’. The impact of Covid 19 on asylum seekers and refugees in the UK
‘How do we scrub up?’ Supporting colleagues during the pandemic and beyond
|13:00 - 14:00||AGM - Access details available in the Members area of your BPS account|