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2019 LONDON – ATTACHMENT AND TRAUMA CONFERENCE – EMPATHY AND COMPASSION IN THE HEALING PROCESS

£ 260.00£ 300.00

DATE June 21-22-23 2019

LANGUAGE English

LOCATION London

REGISTRATION FEE

• Early bird fee (within November 30th): £ 300

• University students: £ 260

• Full price: £ 450

 

 

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Empathy and Compassion in The Process of Healing

Abstract

Since our birth, every relationship with a significant other creates a deep emotional engagement, thus indelibly impressing itself upon our memory and contributing to the development of our own identity. Emotionally meaningful experiences can even have an impact on the activation of specific genes of our DNA, which are then transmitted to the next generations. Human beings build their more concrete, physical structure also based on the quality of their relational experiences; as a matter of fact, the “we-ness” – conceived as an experience of connection and resonance with another person at the biological, physiological, emotional and cognitive level  is the most adaptive and evolved way to express their identity. Therefore, from an adaptive point of view, the quality of relational experiences becomes crucially important to guarantee not only the individual’s wellbeing, but also for future generations’ sake. The major advances in neuropsychological science have made it clear: expanding the horizons of both the research studies and the treatment strategies that are focused on the individual only, thus allowing them to explore the relational and collective dimension too, has become really necessary. All these aspects will be the main subjects that will be discussed during the next “Attach-ment and Trauma” Congress, taking place in London in 2019. From the study of the human personality  whose fragmentation, due to trauma, leads to structural dissociation to the development of the individual’s autobiographical memory and identity, a broader perspective including the relational dimension, based on the studies on mirror neurons and epigenetics, will be explored. Besides this, in-depth insights into the importance of resonance in terms of communication will also be provided. Furthermore, a new concept of compassion – considered as an authentic, essential and relational channel through which the dimension of the “interbeing” can be fostered  –  will be explored. Finally yet importantly, the therapeutic approach of Mindful Interbeing Mirror Therapy, which analyses the intrapsychic and relational dimension of the therapist-client interaction from a new and different perspective, will also be presented.

 

SPEAKERS:

 

               

“EPISTEMIC TRUST AND ATTACHMENT: A FRESH LOOK AT  THERAPEUTIC PROCESSES IN PERSONALITY DISORDER”

Peter Fonagy – United Kingdom


“COMPASSION FOCUSED THERAPY AND ITS RELATION TO ATTACHMENT THEORY AND TRAUMA”

Paul Gilbert – United Kingdom


“TRAUMA AND EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE”

Daniel Goleman – United States of America


“MINDFUL INTERBEING MIRROR THERAPY: BEYOND THE RECOVERY FROM TRAUMA”

Alessandro Carmelita – Italy


“MINDFUL INTERBEING MIRROR THERAPY: BEYOND THE RECOVERY FROM TRAUMA”

Marina Cirio – Italy


“HEALING THE FRAGMENTED SELVES OF TRAUMA SURVIVORS: EXCHANGING SELF-ALIENATION FOR SELF-COMPASSION”

Janina Fisher – United Kingdom


“WORKING WITH THE EFFECTS OF EMOTIONAL ABUSE, SEVERE NEGLECT AND INVISIBILITY”

Dolores Mosquera – Spain


“TRUST, RELEASE, EMPOWER, EDUCATE  PRACTICAL PROVEN STRATEGIES TO CREATE A SAFE, EMPOWERING ENVIRONMENT TO ENABLE PERMANENT HEALING FROM COMPLEX TRAUMA”

Liz Mullinar – Australia


 

Daniel Siegel – United States of America


 

Lorna Smith Bejamin – United States of America

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