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Psychosocial Presentation Category London 2019 Programme

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14:00
  1. York Suite
    90 mins
    An investigation into the tradition of overcoming trauma and poverty by way of traditional fighting sports such as Boxing, Muay Thai & MMA. Boxing has always been a route out of poverty in western society, from Britain and Ireland, to America and Mexico
16:00
  1. Lancaster Suite
    90 mins
    Loneliness is endemic and pervasive. Studies show loneliness has negative effects on a person's emotional, psychological and physical health. 
  2. Victoria Suite
    90 mins

    The combination presentation/workshop will examine the concepts of containment and holding environments and explore how they might apply to addiction treatment in terms of their implications for practice, service delivery and organisational development. 

18:00
  1. York Suite
    90 mins
    Recommended for professionals from both legal and BME health backgrounds as well as individuals interested in understanding the psychosocial complexities and the significance of emotion within political relationships as well as legal conflict at every level. 
10:45
  1. Lancaster Suite
    60 mins
    In this presentation, Dr. Paul Hokemeyer, an internationally renowned expert on elite identity constructs, will explore how fashion serves to amplify the class divisions that lead to a betrayal of self and an amplification of individual pathologies. 
  2. Albert Suite
    60 mins
    Presentation #2: Methods and tools for integrating the Therapeutic Community Treatment Programme models into the larger community for prevention, early recognition, treatment, and a continuum of care.
14:00
  1. York Suite
    90 mins

    Toxic shame and rage stem from trauma that is unacknowledged or unaccepted. This debilitating and complex shame is among the most destructive of human emotions. Isolation, depression, violence and anxiety emerges in a variety of ways that are profoundly damaging to the lives of the people we work with and the lives of those around them. Working with individuals experiencing unhealthy shame presents us with a formidable therapeutic challenge and by nature is so excruciating that it pushes people, particularly addicts, toward avoidance.

  2. Lancaster Suite
    90 mins
    This presentation explains the importance of developing a more integrated, collaborative and comprehensive approach to care advocacy for our recovering clients with criminal charges and other legal issues. 
09:30
  1. York Suite
    60 mins
    In this presentation, participants will learn the impact of addiction on an organisation and the implications for senior executives to develop a comprehensive Alcohol and Drug policy and Management Programme within a corporate setting.
10:45
  1. York Suite
    60 mins
    Chronic Pain occurs as a complicated web of emotions and physical symptoms. The most common way to treat pain is to use opioid medications, which actually complicate the course of chronic pain. 
  2. Albert Suite
    60 mins
    We live in an age where complex grief is woven into the tapestry of our lives. Many people are struggling to cope in the aftermath of the shocking and brutal loss of someone they love. In our world today, people are grieving the death of a child or other loved one through violence, accident or unpredicted illness. 
12:00
  1. Westminster Suite
    60 mins
    The term peer pressure usually conjures an image of a bully teasing someone until they do something, they know is wrong, but positive peer pressure can also be an effective weapon is the arsenal of drug prevention programs.  Every teacher knows that the natural leaders in a classroom, sport or club can make or break the activity, and for those that don’t trust their own instincts or experience, there is a plethora of research that shows that peer pressure can positively or negatively impact teenagers’ behaviour.  
14:00
  1. Victoria
    90 mins
    Are faith and consciousness the lights to shine on the hidden inner forces of endarkenment…. the nasty, self-destructive cycles of confusion, self-doubt and self-hatred created and maintained by the ego?

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