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Upcoming Events

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08.02.23

T.R.A.U.M.A. Exhibition Reception & Card Deck Launch

 

Join us for the opening reception of our T.R.A.U.M.A. exhibition and the launch of our arts-based card deck aimed at building awareness of abuse, facilitating conversations, and animating public debate. The exhibition will run until 05.04.03 and cards will be available on our site.

Where & when: King's College London, 5.30pm to 8pm

Bookings: Book your free tickets here & get the flyer here


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25.02.23

The Survivor Lens: Reframing Trauma Narratives through Filmmaking

 

A day of screenings, conversation, and reflection on the role of artists' films in reframing trauma narratives. Survivor artists and activists explore, question, challenge, and reimagine trauma - both individual and collective - and create a space for a new discourse to emerge.

Bookings: Click here for the full programme and tickets

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28.02.23

Safe, Seen, Supported

 

The Violence Abuse and Mental Health Network (VAMHN) celebrates the work that the network has achieved in its 4 years of existence. In this webinar, we will speak about our Safe, Seen, Supported project on how to reach and help children and young people at risk of abuse.

Where & when: Online, 10am to 11.30am (UK)

Bookings: Click here


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King's College London
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Recent Events

02.11.22

Sounding the Voices

 

The premiere of artist Andrea Luka Zimmerman’s Sounding The Voices - a collaborative poem between six women with lived experience of challenging histories, followed by a discussion on complex issues surrounding trauma narratives, silencing, societal violence, and building understanding, solidarity, and collective healing.

Listen to the recording: Click here

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16.10.22

Moving lived experience from involvement to shared leadership in mental health research and practice

 

Involving people with lived experience is becoming increasingly common, yet the field of mental health remains stuck without an in-depth understanding of what lived experience means, what it can bring, how to integrate it, and how to approach challenges and opportunities. Our panel discussion at the ECNP Congress addresses this and explores the next vital step: shared leadership.

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20.10.22

Sex after sexual abuse: reclaiming intimacy

 

In the aftermath of sexual abuse, it can be difficult to feel comfortable in your own skin, both with yourself and in relation to others. In our talk, we explore what reclaiming intimacy might look like for survivors of sexual violence.

Watch the recording: Click here

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