Joy Schaverien | BOARDING SCHOOL: Surviving the Syndrome
Conference for psychotherapists, counsellors, mental health workers, boarding school survivors and other interested people. Conference overall aims are to: Present key aspects of what has been published about the psychological and other effects of boarding. Explore helpful therapeutic approaches for clients who are former boarders. Consider current research and a possible agenda for future research Enable networking amongst those interested in this important topic Speakers include: Nick Duffell, Joy Schaverien, Alex Renton, Thurstine Basset, Anni Townend, Olya Khaleelee.
BOARDING, SCHOOL, Syndrome, Joy Schaverien, Trauma, theraputic
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One Day conference on Boarding School Syndrome | Sussex University | 9th September 2017

University-of-BrightonBOARDING SCHOOL: Surviving the Syndrome

Broken Attachment and Childhood Trauma

University of Brighton

A one day conference on Boarding School Syndrome

Saturday 9 September 2017
9.30 am to 5.00 pm

Conference for psychotherapists, counsellors, mental health workers, boarding school survivors and other interested people.

Conference overall aims are to:

  • Present key aspects of what has been published about the psychological and other effects of boarding.
  • Explore helpful therapeutic approaches for clients who are former boarders.
  • Consider current research and a possible agenda for future research
  • Enable networking amongst those interested in this important topic

Speakers include: Nick Duffell, Joy Schaverien, Alex Renton, Thurstine Basset, Anni Townend, Olya Khaleelee.

Conference tickets are £95.00 which includes access to all sessions including workshops, refreshments and a hot and cold buffet lunch. Tickets are very limited so book now to avoid disappointment.

Click here to download the Conference programme

For more details, contact Laura Williams: or email:

southcoastevents@brighton.ac.uk if you require assistance with registration.

Or you can book direct by clicking the Button below.

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