NtVP 15th Anniversary
Just last month NtVP concluded her 15th anniversary year with the final webinar in the 5 part anniversary interview series. Former NtVP president professor Trudy Mooren interviewed professor Rolf Kleber on his personal and professional view on the history and future of psychotraumatology. You are very welcome to watch the recordings, available for members and non-members on NtVP’s website: https://www.ntvp.nl/activiteiten/psychotrauma-interview-webinars/
Annual conference “Psychotrauma Across Systems” on September 30, 2022
When it comes to psychotrauma, a systems approach is indispensable. Like a shock wave, a traumatic experience sets everything in motion. It causes a cascade of neurobiological reactions, emotions, thoughts and memory processes. The same applies to the people around us – family, school, work, society. They are themselves affected or have to deal with it: as supporting party, victims, perpetrators or combinations of these. And that in turn has an effect on how we deal with it ourselves.
At the conference we focus on the different systems in which psychotrauma takes place. From the stress system to the family, the workplace and the society. We also focus on systems that influence recovery. What influences and what sustains symptoms? The conference presents the state of the art in scientific knowledge and practical skills with the aim of better understanding the role of systems and being able to use them more effectively. We welcome you to join our Dutch-language, in-person conference. See for more information: https://www.ntvpcongres.nl/
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