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The Premier Gathering of Trauma Therapists and Innovators,
Dedicated to Helping Women Heal


The horrifying truth is that violence and trauma are so pervasive, all women are affected by them in some way.

And the way women experience trauma is unique. Their posttraumatic symptoms last longer, they’re more sensitive to triggers ...

… and they’re often victims of recurrent assault and abuse from someone who’s close to them, such as their spouse, partner, or close family member.

As a therapist, you’ve likely seen the signs and symptoms of trauma in your female clients:

anxiety  •  shame  •  anger  •  depression  •  insomnia  •  nightmares
suicidal behaviours  •  difficulty with intimate relationships  •  eating disorders

 

Your calling is to help these clients heal from their pain and distress, but it’s easy to get overwhelmed and wonder,
What exactly can I do?
 
That’s why we’re bringing together the best female trauma pioneers in the world for the first time ever…in this important and timely conference.


Join us, along with hundreds of your peers, for a rare and exciting opportunity to train with the trauma experts whose time-tested treatment models and thinking are unparalleled in creating lasting change and recovery. 

You’ll discover some of the field’s most effective treatment methods, directly from the innovators who perfected them, including:

  • Judith Herman: world-leading trauma expert and author, developer of the Complex PTSD diagnosis
  • Pat Ogden: creator of the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy method and a pioneer in somatic psychology
  • Janina Fisher: internationally renowned author, shame and complex trauma expert
  • Babette Rothschild: somatic trauma therapy pioneer, best-selling author and leading educator
  • Julia Samuel: UK bestselling author and acclaimed psychotherapist
  • Eboni Webb: esteemed international DBT trainer and expert speaker on racial and transgenerational trauma
  • And many more!

Register now and discover how to transform painful, traumatic experiences into powerful opportunities for healing, well-being and growth. 

Women, Trauma & Mental Health Master Series Conference

5-6 November 2020

£799 Value
 £199 (VAT Included) Today — Unbelievable Early Bird Savings!
Earn up to 13 hours CPD AND up to 4 FREE CPD bonus sessions — included with your registration
 
Register today and you'll get...
  • 2-days of LIVE AND ONLINE presentations from leading women experts on women, trauma and mental health
  • On-demand access to ALL Master Series Conference recordings, slides and clinical resources
  • Earn up to 13 hours CPD
  • 4 FREE CPD bonus sessions with Kathy Steele, Pat Ogden, Janina Fisher, and Gail Parker (yours to keep forever!)
  • Moderated Q & A for each session
Conference Schedule
Thursday, 5 November 2020
12.00 — 19.30 GMT

Julia Samuel MBE, Grief Works Stories of Life Death and Surviving, This Too Shall Pass Stories of ChangeCrisis and Hopeful Beginnings
On Hope, Despair and Transformation: Powerful Stories of Women in Therapy
12.00 — 12.45
With Julia Samuel, MBE

Join the bestselling author of Grief Works and This Too Shall Pass to hear inspiring tales of crisis and change, direct from her consulting room. You’ll get unique insight into how to transform pain into power … for your clients, their families, and for yourself. 

Click here for information about Julia Samuel

Pat Ogden PhD, Dr Pat Ogden, NICABM Training Program, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute
Bodies and Boundaries: Attending to Women’s Somatic Narratives of Trauma
12.45 — 13.45
With Pat Ogden, PhD

Trauma has a devastating impact on a woman's body and mental health. But the body also is a powerful resource to process traumatic memories for quicker, long-lasting healing. In this session, you’ll join one of the masters of somatic psychotherapy to discover tools and techniques you can immediately use in your practice.

Click here for information about Pat Ogden

Kathy Steele, Treating Trauma-Related Dissociation A Practical Integrative Approach
Advances in Treating Trauma-related Dissociation
14.00 — 15.15
With Kathy Steele, MN, CS

Dissociation is one of the most neglected aspects of trauma work, but it’s a critical component of successful trauma treatment. In this session, you’ll join trauma-related dissociationexpert Kathy Steele for must-have insight that can revolutionise your trauma treatment results. 

Click here for information about Kathy Steele

Dr Janina Fisher
Overcoming Self-alienation: Transformational Approaches to Repairing a Ruptured Internal Attachment
15.30 — 16.45
With Janina Fisher, PhD

Join world-renowned trauma and attachment expert Janina Fisher to learn how to effectively heal the deeply rooted, pervasive wounds of trauma. You’ll discover a treatment approach that draws on Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Internal Family Systems, and ego-state work to help clients connect with their most troubled selves.

Click here for information about Janina Fisher
 

Dr Judith Lewis Herman
The Place of Justice in Recovering from Complex Trauma: Justice from the survivor’s perspective
17.00 — 18.15
With Judith Herman, M.D.

Victims of sexual and domestic violence are often faced with complicated questions of justice, especially when the perpetrator is someone who’s close to them, such as husbands, partners, family members, or respected acquaintances. In this presentation, Judith Herman, the author of the landmark book Trauma and Recovery, will draw on her recent research with survivors of sexual and domestic violence to explore the role of justice in trauma healing. 

Click here for information about Judith Herman

Pesi Women Trauma and Mental Health Master Conference Series Empowering women with the skills and insight to thrive
Panel: Addressing Collective Trauma: Healing Individuals, Communities and Generations
18.30 — 19.30
With Judith Herman, M.D.; Eboni Webb, PsyD; Anne Aiyegbusi, PhD
Click here for information about Judith Herman
Click here for information about Eboni Webb
Click here for information about Anne Aiyegbusi
Conference Schedule - Day 2
Friday, 6 November 2020
12.00 — 19.30 GMT

Cathy Malchiodi, PhD
Integrating Expressive Arts into Trauma Treatment
12.00 — 13.15
With Cathy Malchiodi, PhD

When integrated into therapy, Expressive Arts can revitalise and energise clients, helping them to engage more fully in the present while deepening implicit and meaningful sensory-based communications.
Click here for information about Cathy Malchiodi

Pesi Women Trauma and Mental Health Master Conference Series Empowering women with the skills and insight to thrive
Lunch Break
13.15 — 14.00

Arielle Schwartz
Embodied Practices for Treating Trauma and Finding Inner Calm
14.00 — 15.15
With Arielle Schwartz, PhD

Trauma greatly impacts the workings of the autonomic nervous system. Many psychotherapeutic models suggest that stabilisation is key to alleviating trauma-related symptoms. Jojn Dr. Arielle Schwartz in this ground-breaking presentation and learn invaluable embodied practices that can change dysregulated affect and arousal states into calm and connection.
Click here for information about Arielle Schwartz

Linda Graham MFT
Resilience: Transforming Any Adversity into Learning and Growth
15.30 — 16.45
With Linda Graham, MFT

Clients learn and grow from meeting the challenges and adversities of life when they have the support, resources, and skills to do so. Join international trainer and award-winning author Linda Graham, MFT, in learning the 5 factors essential for post traumatic growth and how to help even the most complex of clients develop a resilience mindset.

Click here for information about Linda Graham

Babette Rothschild MSW Author of Revolutionizing Trauma Treatment Author of The Body Remembers
The Body Remembers: The Interplay of Regulation, Self-care and Vicarious Trauma
17.00 — 18.15
With Babette Rothschild, MSW, LCSW

Vicarious traumatisation is a risk for anyone (therapist, family, friend) supporting people who are suffering from the impact of trauma and PTSD. In this session, you’ll join trauma therapy pioneer Babette Rothschild to discover self-awareness and self-regulation tools to prevent vicarious trauma and other risks to care providers.

Click here for information about Babette Rothschild

Pesi Women Trauma and Mental Health Master Conference Series Empowering women with the skills and insight to thrive
Panel: Post Traumatic Growth: Essential Skills for Recovery and Resilience

Women, Trauma & Mental Health Master Series Conference
 
5-6 November 2020

£799 Value
Just £199 (VAT Included) Today — Unbelievable Early Bird Savings!
Earn up to 13 hours CPD AND up to 4 FREE CPD bonus sessions — included with your registration.
Exclusive BONUS Sessions with your registration -a £ 79 value!
 
Essential Trauma Treatment Strategies: The Importance of Orienting and Defensive Responses
Join world-renowned expert and the developer and pioneer of Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Pat Ogden, PhD as we discuss what every therapist needs to know, the importance of orienting and defensive responses in the treatment of trauma. Discover and learn:
  • How trauma is stored in the body-mind
  • How to transform your practice by understanding the importance of orienting and defensive responses
  • Why immobilised responses need to complete to heal trauma
  • How boundaries are impacted as a result of trauma and how they can be reinstated
 
Shame - The Meaning of Shame in the Treatment of Trauma
Join world renowned trauma and attachment expert Janina Fisher, PhD as we discuss the meaning of shame in traumatic experience. Discover and learn:
  • The role of shame in traumatic experience
  • Why shame is hard to overcome
  • Shame as it relates to gender
  • Essential strategies for treating shame and trauma
  • And so much more!
 
Complex Trauma – Advances in Working with Structural Dissociation
Join internationally renowned author, trainer and consultant Kathy Steele, MN, CS for an innovative discussion on understanding the latest advances in structural dissociation as well as treating complex trauma. Join us and learn:
  • The role of shame in traumatic experience
  • Understanding the structural dissociation model
  • Fragmentation as an adaption to trauma
  • The difference between blended and fragmented parts
  • Contraindications of not using the stabilisation model
 
A Mind-Body Approach to Race-Based Traumatic Stress Recovery
Join Gail Parker, PhD and explore a mind/body approach to stress reduction and trauma recovery from race-based traumatic stress. Join us and learn:
  • Restorative Yoga supports embodied awareness and enhances an overall sense of well-being. It eases stress, aids in trauma recovery, and is an effective adjunct to psychotherapy.
  • When you lose the ability to recognize it for what it is, abusive and traumatizing, and learn to tolerate the intolerable, the unacknowledged pain does not disappear; it just goes underground and can express itself in ways that zap your vitality and make it difficult to live your best life.
  • The emotional wounds of race-based trauma land in the body. The resulting pain is not a cognitive experience and recovery cannot occur by talk therapy alone. Sometimes in the face of race-based trauma there are no words to describe the experience, and talking about it can be re-traumatizing.
Women, Trauma & Mental Health Master Series Conference
 
5-6 November 2020

£799 Value
Just £199 (VAT Inclusive) Today — Unbelievable Savings!
Earn up to 13 hours CPD AND up to 4 FREE CPD bonus sessions — included with your registration (£79 value).

 
IS THIS CONFERENCE RIGHT FOR ME?

 

Yes!  If you treat women in your practice, this conference will offer you incredible insight and skills to help them break free from past hurt, feel safe and calm, and thrive in life!  


  1. What if I can’t attend LIVE?
  2. — No worries, the recordings will be available to you, with the option to earn CPD.

  3. Do I need to take a test after the conference to get my CPD?
  4. — If you attend the live conference, no post-tests are required. Just answer a few simple questions about the presentation and you’ll get your certificate for the sessions you attended. And for sessions you couldn’t attend, you can always go back later to earn CPD after taking a short post-test.

  5. Do I have to attend the entire conference to get CPD?
  6. — This unique conference has a comprehensive opportunity for a certificate! View the conference in its entirety and complete all of the evaluations to obtain teh overall certificate.

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Women, Trauma & Mental Health Master Conference Series
 
5-6 November 2020

£799 Value
Just £199 (VAT Inclusive) Today — Unbelievable Early Bird Savings!
Earn up to 13 hours CPD AND up to 4 FREE CPD bonus sessions — included with your registration (£79 value)

NOTE: No additional discounts or coupons may be applied to this course. SUM001416 • © PESI Inc. • All rights reserved • Email: info@pesi.co.uk • Phone: 01235847393
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