Predavanje: Theory and clinical work with ‘complex trauma’ in refugees
Vabljeni na seminar klinične psihologinje, Monice Luci, PhD, z naslovom Theory and clinical work with ‘complex trauma’ in refugees, ki bo v soboto, 10. junija 2023, med 9. in 18. uro, na SFU Ljubljana. Dogodek bo v angleščini.
This seminar will address theoretical and clinical issues that are central to the work with refugees who suffer from complex trauma.
This condition concerns a very small and specific portion of refugees who have been exposed to a series of exceptionally intense experiences, that are often human right violations related to war, torture, imprisonment, rape, etc. Due to certain characteristics of the trauma and its circumstance, they have been unable to integrate these experiences into their internal world and their self becomes profoundly changed.
Most of the ideas that will be presented come from my clinical experience with refugee survivors of torture. However niche, such work is extremely helpful in understanding trauma work and its key principles in the particular case of refugees.
This presentation distinguishes between trauma and complex trauma and uses a perspective that integrates the Jungian model of the self, some concepts of the British object relations theory, and other ideas coming from neuroscience and current knowledge on trauma that are extremely helpful in understanding how and why the self emerge so transformed from these experiences.
Clinical vignettes of psychotherapy with refugee survivors of torture will be presented as examples of what is described theoretically to illustrate the pillars of this clinical work.
Monica Luci, PhD (Italy/UK) is a clinical psychologist, Jungian and relational psychoanalyst (AIPA-IAAP & IARPP), and Lecturer in Refugee Care at the Department of Psychosocial and Psychoanalytic Studies of University of Essex. She is consultant and supervisor for NGOs and national and international organisations in psychosocial interventions and psychotherapeutic work with refugees, especially survivors of torture, human trafficking, gender-based violence and other human rights violations. She is the author, translator, and editor of publications on the themes of trauma, torture, displacement, collective violence, human rights, gender, and psychoanalysis among which the monographs Torture, Psychoanalysis, Human Rights (Routledge, 2017) and Torture Survivors in Analytic Therapy: Jung, Politics, Culture (Routledge, 2022) and the edited books, Lockdown Therapy: Jungian Perspectives on How the Pandemic Changed Psychoanalysis (Routledge, 2022) and Psychoanalytic, Psychosocial and Human Rights Perspectives on Enforced Disappearance (Routledge, forthcoming). She is part of the Steering Group of Analysis and Activism, a member of the Center for Trauma, Asylum and Refugees of the University of Essex and a member of the Board of the Journal of Analytical Psychology.
- študentje SFU Ljubljana: 25€
- zunanji obiskovalci: 40€
Obvezne prijave do petka, 9. 6. 2023, s klikom na povezavo.
Udeleženci poravnajo znesek na transakcijski račun SFU Ljubljana: SI56 3400 0101 5852 361, Trubarjeva cesta 65, 1000 Ljubljana (Banka Sparkasse d.d., C. v Kleče 15, Ljubljana), s pripisom namena Monica Luci.
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