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CCATS conference

Dear All,

 

After continuing success in the delivery of conferences, CCATS are holding their fourth conference on the 30th November 2017. This conference will cover a range of topics, and will showcase the various areas of research that CCATS are involved in, specifically:

 

     

  • Vicarious trauma in staff
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  • Child Sexual Exploitation
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  • Advances in Aggression
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  • Institutional abuse
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  • Deliberate self-injury
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  • Fostering
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  • Posttraumatic growth
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CCATS are research committed, and in order to support the promotion of research and innovation, this conference is charged at cost rate only. Therefore, this is a real opportunity for professional staff development at an extremely competitive cost per delegate of £60 (excluding VAT), which includes refreshments and lunch.

 

Details on the conference can be found on the following link:

 

http://www.ccats.org.uk/page/134/Conferences-and-Events.htm

 

Please circulate to any interested colleagues.

 

Kind Regards

 

Carol

 

Dr Carol A. Ireland,

Consultant Forensic Psychologist, Chartered Scientist, MBA,

MSc Forensic Psychology Course Director, Sex Offender Lead: CCATS (Coastal Child and Adult Therapeutic Services),

Senior Research Lead, Ashworth Research Centre, Lead Trainer for TIOFP,

Editor of the Journal of Forensic Practice

Senior Consultant, NetSCID-5 UK (netscid@telesage.com)

 

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