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Summer is coming and we are ready to share our third season of thought-provoking, engaging and informative events. From May to October we’re hosting a wide variety of events covering topics as diverse as narcissism and ADHD to sex in the brain and attachment theory. View details of all our upcoming events and how to book them.

It was a challenge to pick out our highlights for this season; each session we develop is designed to bring fresh insight to each topic, but we have managed to choose a few we think you won’t want to miss.  

Deep dive into ADD and ADHD in adults

After Stephen Seligman’s overview of neurodiversity (you can purchase the recording here), you told us you would like to know more about ADD and ADHD. Psychoanalyst, energy psychotherapist, and clinical psychologist Phil Mollon will be joining us to discuss these presentations in depth, including the interplay of neurobiology, environment and psychodynamics in the development of the ADHD/ADD picture. This live webinar is suitable for any mental health practitioner working with adult clients.

Read more about this event on 21 June and register.

Psychoanalytic focus on forgiveness and psychosis

Offering a psychoanalytic and psychodynamic lens on clinical material is what makes TR Together events standout. Two upcoming live webinars shine a light on how a psychoanalytic perspective can inform the conversation. We following events are open to anyone but might be especially interesting to psychoanalytic, psychodynamic therapists and counsellors, as well as integrative therapists:   

Traumatology-informed perspective on dissociation

We’re delighted that Valerie Sinason will be joining us to share her wealth of experience and expertise in traumatology, offering a grounding for work with dissociative patients which is effective and compassionate. Valerie will offer a theoretical talk followed by case material and a final session focused on the challenges therapists may face with clients who dissociate. This workshop on 14 June is suitable for any therapist or mental health practitioner working with trauma and any of the multiple subtypes of dissociation. Register here. 

We look forward to seeing many of you over the summer, and we always welcome your feedback on what we are doing right, and what we could be doing better.

The TR Together Team

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