Willingness | Trauma and the Memory Workshop - Trauma and the Memory
  1. During this training, participants will engage in a dynamic exploration aimed at dispelling prevalent myths surrounding the intersection of trauma and memory.
  2. It will address misconceptions about memory recall. Thus challenging assumptions such as the notion of flawless recollection and the uniformity of memories. Special attention will be given to contentious topics like repressed memories. Offering a balanced view informed by both empirical research and clinical insights.
  3. The ultimate goal is to empower participants with a trauma-informed lens. To foster an environment that encourages critical thinking, collaboration, and a compassionate approach toward individuals who have experienced trauma.
  4. A certificate of completion for CPD training will be given to each attendee after the workshop.
  • Students👩‍🎓- In Psychology, social work, criminology & law, 
  • Professionals such as psychologists, psychiatrists, psychotherapists, and social workers. 

Wednesday, 10th of April at 12 pm to 2 pm at the KSU Betsson Common Room, University of Malta, Msida.  Click here for the Location on Google Maps.

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Dr. Ronald Zammit has over eleven years’ experience working across outpatient and inpatient mental health settings in the NHS in England and is trained in working therapeutically with clients across the lifespan and with the full range of mental health needs. Additionally, Dr. Zammit has received training in Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) and worked in a comprehensive DBT programme for individuals with Emotionally Unstable Personality Disorder. Further training includes a Post-Graduate Certificate in Evidence-Based Psychological Treatments, a Master's in Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy, and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. He is a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional proficient in multiple therapeutic approaches, particularly in CBT, DBT and EMDR.
Willingness Team – a team of over 65 professionals who come together to create innovative services and ideas, such as Sex Clinic Malta, and Dating101 workshops.
Betapsi - an association which represents all Psychology students in Malta. Throughout the year, Betapsi organises a host of activities which appeal to all students.

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