EUROPEAN SOCIETY OF TRAUMATIC STRESS STUDIES (ESTSS)
YOUNG MINDS SUMMER SCHOOL
*Unfortunately the ESTSS summer school planned for this May has had to be put back until May 2020. For more information please contact us on email@example.com*
The UK Psychological Trauma Society in collaboration with Ulster University are
delighted to invite applicants for the ESTSS Young Minds Summer School, to be
hosted in Northern Ireland.
The summer school will bring together young professionals working in the psychotraumatology field for a week of career development and tuition. Participants will meet
new colleagues from across Europe and will have ample opportunity to liaise with
established and highly renowned academics working in the field. Together participants
will discuss how to get published, how to apply for research funding and how to build a
collaborative research network. All participants will be able to share their own areas of
research and will be offered small group-based tuition with experienced academics who
can provide advice on a wide array of research matters.
There will be an initial social day titled 'knowing me, knowing you' in which participants
can meet in a relaxed and fun filled environment which will include a trip to the Giants
Causeway, a lunch, and an evening meal. The final day will focus on collaboration within
the group and together participants will plan future activities such as conference
symposium, publications and / or funding applications.
Confirmed Speakers / Tutors:
Professor Cherie Armour - Ulster University
Professor Siobhan O'Neill - Ulster University
Professor Rolf J. Kleber - Utrecht University
Dr Margaret McLafferty - Ulster University
Dr Jana Ross - Ulster University
Dr Dominic Murphy - Kings College London
Professor Bill Flack - Bucknell University,
Dr Trudy Mooren - Centrum '45, Amsterdam
Click for the summer school flyer with full details including ways to register.
The 16th ESTSS Conference, Rotterdam
14 – 16 June 2019 in Rotterdam, the Netherlands
Trauma in Transition: Building Bridges
The conference focuses on sharing our joint expertise, presenting and collecting knowledge and experiences relevant to the field of traumatic stress, by building bridges between different perspectives, disciplines and countries. It is inviting submissions that fit the following conference tracks:
Assessment & Diagnosis, Biological & Medical, Child Trauma, Public Health, Transcultural & Diversity, or Intervention Research & Clinical Studies.
Registration Opens: October 1, 2018 Call for Abstracts: November 1 – December 21, 2018 Early Bird Registration Deadline: March 1, 2019 Preconference Workshops: June 13, 2019 16th ESTSS Conference: June 14 – 16, 2019
Regional Cardiff Conference 2019
All Nations Centre | Sachville Avenue, Heath | CF14 3NY Cardiff | United Kingdom Wednesday, 4 December - Friday, 6 December 2019
Our credit/debit card bookings page is now open!
Pre-Con Workshop: EMDR Master Class and update. Dr Dereck Farrell
Thursday, 5 December 2019
Morning Workshop 1. Treating Complex PTSD with EMDR. Victoria Williams and Julie Campion
Morning Workshop 2. (Part 1) Introduction to traumatic stress (One day). Dr Dominic Murphy
Morning Workshop 3. PTSD/Complex PTSD and medically unexplained physical symptoms: Theory, Evidence and Clinical Practice. Dr Tony Downes & Daniel Phillips
Afternoon Workshop 2. (Part 2) Introduction to traumatic stress. Dr Tracey Vick & Dr Julie Dorey
Afternoon Workshop 4. Multi-modular Movement Desensitisation Reconsolidation (3MDR) therapy for treatment resistant PTSD. Dr Neil Kitchiner and Kali Barawi (In the 3MDR lab with demonstration of the equipment)
Afternoon Workshop 5. A Modular Approach to Complex PTSD Treatment. Prof Thanos Karatzias
Friday 06 December 2019
Morning Workshop 6. Integrating Restorative Engagement to support therapeutic intervention in individuals suffering from PTSD. Tina Foster and Laura Thompson
Morning Workshop 7. The International Trauma Inventory: A Clinician Administered Assessment for ICD11 PTSD and Complex PTSD. Dr Neil Roberts
Afternoon Workshop 8. Birth trauma leading to PTSD and its treatment/management. Dr Cerith Waters
Afternoon Workshop 9. Complex PTSD stabilisation skills training for non-mental health professionals. Clare Crole-Rees
Save the date!
The 2020 UKPTS Annual Conference
The 2020 UKPTS Annual Conference will be in Glasgow over the 5th and 6th March 2020 and themed "Trauma, Adversity and Social Inclusion".
We have reserved the Grand Central Hotel 99 Gordon Street, G1 3SF, walking distance from Glasgow Central Station and are currently putting together the programme. That will be circulated shortly and members will be given an opportunity to buy conference tickets at early bird rates ahead of general release later in the year.
UKPTS Annual Membership
2019 (Jan to Dec)
UKPTS/ESTSS Full Membership
2019 (Jan to Dec)
UKPTS/ESTSS Student Membership