University of Essex free online series of talks on working with troubled children
16:00 - 17:30
Chris Tanner and Rodrigo Sanchez Escandon, University of Essex
Lectures, talks and seminars
Psychosocial and Psychoanalytic Studies, Department of
Alison Evans email@example.com
Join us for this fascinating final talk in a series of free online talks on working with troubled children.
Each talk is given by one of the team of experienced lecturers and practitioners on our innovative degree programme Therapeutic Communication and Therapeutic Organisations.
Tuesday 7 July, 4pm-5.30pm
Supporting the staff: creating the space to think
This workshop is about how to support staff teams, and in particular how to unpack the stresses of work, reflect on its different impacts, and recover the space to think. We will be looking at case studies, at what psychodynamic theory can tell us, and putting some of it into practice.
Chris Tanner is the Course Lead for the fdA/BA Therapeutic Communication and Therapeutic Organisations programme. He is a senior lecturer in the department. He has worked for many years as a teacher and carer in schools and communities. He is a specialist member of the special education & mental health tribunal service. He provides organisational consultancy to a range of public service organisations.
Rodrigo Sanchez Escandon is a lecturer in the department. He has worked for a variety of therapeutic organisations and children's homes in Mexico City and Nairobi. He has also worked with homeless people for a number of years. In the UK he has worked as a therapist and clinical manager in the NHS. He is a registered psychoanalyst (IPA,BPC,BPF) with over 10 years of experience in private practice.