Children in Troubled Worlds Conference 2009 – programme page

25 September 2009 – The eighth Children in Troubled Worlds’ conference promises to be a unique experience. Two Oxford based poets, Tom Paulin and Bernard O’Donoghue offer a poetry masterclass,exploring the evocation of meaning in and between words in poetry.

Pamela Sorensen will present a paper on exploring aspects of learning from Dr Meltzer in person and in his writing with reference to the film “The Story of the Weeping Camel”. Attendees are encouraged to view this film before the conference. Additional speakers include Meg Harris Williams, writer, artist, and psychoanalytic thinker, Rosemary Duffy and Gerry Byrne.

Children in Troubled Worlds Conference

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Is Psychotherapy Research Asking the Wrong Questions?

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