Attachment, simple and complex traumas all have a profound impact not only on the brain but also on the development of an individual’s personality.
In recent years, there has been a growing consensus within the scientific and therapeutic communities on the relationship between attachment, trauma, personality development, and pathology. Major advances in various forms of therapy have proved their overwhelming efficiency in the treatment of attachment disorders and trauma. Encouragingly, increasing numbers of studies are being carried out evaluating the most important and effective aspects of both trauma therapies and the treatment of personality disorders, thus shedding more and more light on this important and fascinating subject.
Next May, a panel of world-leading experts will gather in London to share their vast knowledge about attachment, trauma, and personality development. After the first unforgettable conference in May 2017, this congress promises to be an unmissable event in the international fields of psychology and psychotherapy. Each of the three days will consist of 11 presentations and a panel discussion in which participants are encouraged to bring their questions to the experts, allowing informative and fascinating conversations to take place.