9th to 11th July 2020
Venue: Grand Hotel, Gosforth Park, Newcastle
'Connections, Conflicts and CAT'
We are formed in our relationships, by our landscape and its culture. At the same time our individuality results in different ways of seeing and acting in the world leading to both conflicts and connections. CAT’s focus on the dialogical and relational aspects of our lives promotes integration of these different parts, healing, valuing and giving voice to them.
This conference aims to provide a space to consider the factors that can influence all of us both at a micro brain level and a macro social level, central to us individually, in our clinical practice and in the broader work place.
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