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This clinical evening will explore the impact of complex trauma on the area of developmental delay and intellectual disability. Children who have a history of adverse life experiences can develop intellectual disability affecting not only individuals but their families and caregivers, which often requires multilevel interventions. On the other hand, what are the impacts of refugee trauma on people with pre-existing intellectual disability and how this individual is seen and supported in a traumatised family? How do we work clinically with this client group? In this clinical evening Lesley Whatson and Katrina Halpin will share their expertise with us on the impact of torture and trauma on the Neuro-development and attachment of people from refugee backgrounds with an intellectual   disability. This will be followed by a case presentation by a STARTTS counsellor who will demonstrate how to work with traumatised clients with from refugee backgrounds with an intellectual disability. The evening will focus on assessment, intervention and therapy to individuals. There will also be a focus on working with organisations on consulting around case-specific issues, and working with families, carers and support staff. This will also include providing lifestyle and behaviour support plans, and coaching and mentoring to families.

To view the live broadcast, please click on the following link :

LIVE WEBINAR presented by Lesley Whatson

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An exploration of the protective factors for social-emotional well-being of refugee children in the first three years of settlement. It is based on a longitudinal study to investigate the protective factors for social-emotional well-being in newly arrived children in Australia.

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This is a case study of a 16 year old Iranian adolescent which highlights the protective factors that have assisted this young girl to cope with the challenges of her particular refugee journey.

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Every person has a unique way that they embody trauma and it is important to have a broad range of tools to work with. This case presentation elaborates on various methodologies and approaches that can be utilised in such work.

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Commonly reported mental health problems in youth include depression, anxiety, externalising problems and drug and alcohol abuse. However, in low and middle-income countries (LMICs), most youth will not receive adequate psychological care. How the bridge the treatment gap?

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Joan Haliburn presents a model of therapy that is an integrated, trauma-informed, contemporary, relational and dynamic way of working with adolescents and adults. It derives theoretically from the Conversational Model, Attachment and Interpersonal Theory and a long history of short term dynamic therapies.

Dr Joan Haliburn’s new book ­An Integrated Approach to Short-Term Dynamic Interpersonal Psychotherapy is available now for purchase directly from Karnac.  Purchasing directly from Karnack offers you the cheapest and quickest way to buy worldwide. 

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A life dedicated to treating the "Untreatable", sufferers from Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). Together with Bob Hobson he developed the Conversational Model, arguably the first effective model for treating BPD. Author of many books, who is Russell Meares? In this conversation with our editor Kamal Touma, Meares shares with us his trajectory from growing up in Melbourne (Australia) to the present day.

This video is released for the occasion of the launch of Russell Meares latest book: "The Poet's Voice in the Making of Mind", a fascinating inquiry into the origin of mind.

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