A few seats left for this Saturday’s forum

There has been huge demand for this weeks forum. We only have 3 spaces still left.

Working with a Victim of Crime with Dr Paola Franciosi, Consultant Psychiatrist in Psychotherapy.
 
We will close bookings first thing on Friday morning. As always you can turn up on the day and we will try our very best to accommodate you.
 
We look forward to seeing everyone.
 
 
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SFF April 6th: Working with Refugees

We are delighted to have Nasrin Parvaz and Karen Rowe speak about working with refugees.

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Nasrin is a human and civil rights activist and author. She has written Beneath the Narcissus, based on her imprisonment in Tehran between 1982 to 1990. She has an a degree in Psychology, an MA in International Relations and has completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Systemic Theory at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust. Find out more about Nasrin in our Speaker Spotlight feature.

Karen Rowe has been a  Psychotherapist, Supervisor and Trainer and Consultant for over 20 years. She is currently Course Leader for the MA in Psychotherapy at Regents College School of Psychotherapy and Counselling, Regents Park, London.

The next SFF on Saturday March 2nd

Working with a Victim of Crime.
Dr Paola Franciosi, Consultant Psychiatrist in Psychotherapy.
Art by Nancy SperoAn attempt at understanding the impact of a violent, unexpected event on the internal world of a person and the psychological mechanisms in the process of recovery.
Dr Franciosi is a Consultant Psychiatrist in Psychotherapy in private practice. She is the former Head of the Psychotherapy Department in Abraham Cowley Unit, Chertsey & former Head of the Psychotherapy Department in HMP Holloway Prison.

Separation & Reunion Seminar 2013

 

Separation & Reunion Seminar 2013

Theme:  ‘Why Women do not leave abusive men?’ The difficulty of breaking attachments

Following from our conference last year on Domestic Violence, this seminar examines the difficulty of breaking attachments from an abusive situation.

Kirstie Sheehy, a Criminologist and Specialist Projects Manager and Trainer will facilitate the seminar entitled ‘why women do not leave abusive men’

 Kirstie has developed and managed a large number of award winning and highly acclaimed projects involving offenders, homeless individuals, those with substance misuse issues and mental health problems in both the voluntary and statutory sector over 20 years.

 Date:  Saturday 23 February 2013

 Time:   11am – 2.00pm

 Venue: Goldsmiths College (main building) Room 150 Lewisham Way, London SE14 6NW

 

Trains from London Bridge to New Cross Gate

Buses from Paddington, Holborn, Victoria, Waterloo: 21, 53,436, 453, 136, 171, 172, 177

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Entry fee to this event is £10.00 per delegate and a concessionary fee of £7.00 for Students, retirees and the unemployed.

 Should you require further information on this event, please email SRF’s admin team on serefo.info@gmail.com or ring 020 7801 0135.

 Yours faithfully,

 Separation & Reunion Forum