Involuntary Dislocation: Theoretical Framework, Field Work and Jungian Reflections
Involuntary dislocation is proposed to address the wide spectrum of phenomena that are connected when people abandon their homes due to a variety of different upheavals, e.g. military conflict or disasters, but also various forms of social or even psychological marginalisation. The usual ‘mental health’ approaches to these phenomena are from the perspectives of ‘trauma’. A framework will be discussed that widens this focus and also includes resilience and ‘adversity-activated development’. Examples from field work will be given and Jungian reflections developed.
WELCOME TO THE THURSDAY LECTURES 2015-16
Thursday Lectures are held at The Essex Church, 112 Palace Gardens Terrace, London W8 4RT
Doors open 7.00pm with liquid refreshment available, lecture and discussion 7.30 – 9.15
CPD Certificates available on request
£15 Booking not necessary. No charge for Club Members and Friends
Some lectures are recorded and copies can be purchased. No other recording permitted.
RENOS PAPADOPOULOS PhD is Professor of Analytical Psychology and Director of the Centre for Trauma, Asylum and Refugees, University of Essex, Honorary Clinical Psychologist and Systemic Family Psychotherapist at the Tavistock Clinic and training and supervising Jungian psychoanalyst and systemic family psychotherapist in private practice.
As consultant to the United Nations and other organisations, he has been working with refugees and other survivors of political violence and disasters in many countries. He lectures and offers specialist training internationally and his writings have been published in fourteen languages.