News

October 21, 2013

CONFERENCE 2013: Barry Watt thinks about the politics of representation and the ethics of clinical disclosure

As underscored by many at our conference, one of the characteristics of trauma is the need by the traumatised to repeat their stories, apparently endlessly. There has, over the course of the twentieth-century and now into the twenty-first century, developed a lucrative trauma industry whereby the traumatised, whose voices historically have so often been neglected when […]

October 19, 2013

A Forum for Debate

Following on from Barbara Cawdron’s reflections on the SITE 2013 conference on Trauma, we would like to invite opinions from others. If you were at the conference and would like to make a comment and take part in the debate in a spirit of open dialogue, please send your thoughts to the website editor rob@robweiss.co.uk as a […]

October 12, 2013

Barbara Cawdron reflects on the SITE 2013 Conference on Trauma

On Saturday October 5 2013, the Site held a conference on the topic of trauma adding the question: ‘Can’t we just let the past BE the past?’ and then elaborating ‘Why we need to talk about trauma and what might happen if we don’t’. The question of speaking or not speaking about trauma arose throughout […]

September 29, 2013

2013 Conference on Trauma: Programme

The SITE 2013 conference on October 5th is on Trauma and asks the question: Can’t we just let the past BE the past? The  papers investigate why we need to talk about trauma, and what might happen if we don’t. See the programme below for more details. Some full-price place are still available.  Conference Booking […]

September 19, 2013

New website

Welcome to our new website. We hope you will find it informative and useful. The training section has lots of information about training with The SITE, including information on past seminar series, fees, duration, etc. The Events section aims to keep you up-to-date on our growing public programme, including conferences, workshops and talks. There are […]

July 10, 2013

Trainings in London and Cornwall

For further details, see our training pages. The Site is currently seeking further applications for the training from interested and suitably qualified applicants.