The IEDTA Events Calendar includes IEDTA-sponsored events and other events submitted by members, for the benefit of the community. For general information about EDT events, click here. For information about what is appropriate for this calendar and how to submit event suggestions, please see the “Suggest an Event” page.

ISTDP and Maternal Depression (in Spanish): Healing the Attachment Trauma – with Dr. Elke Schlager

La Cima Hospital Barrio Los Laureles, San Rafael de Escazu,, San Jose, Costa Rica

This training will provide an introduction to ISTDP and offer video demonstrations using this therapy with mothers struggling from postpartum depression. The lecture and video demonstrations of psychotherapy will be in Spanish and include cases of mothers with varying degrees of fragility and resistance. The presenter will also incorporate findings from her research into the relationship between insecure attachment styles, self-critical personality traits, […]


Masterclass with Dr Nat Kuhn

Getting from Start to Finish in ISTDP Presented by Dr Nat Kuhn Lecturer (Part-Time) in Psychiatry Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA TOPICS TO INCLUDE: Finding your way back when you get stuck. Understanding the ISTDP journey across sessions. The application of the technique of ‘Head on Collision’. Full Fee: £160  ISTDP-UK Members: £150 All fees […]


ISTDP-UK Symposium: Freud Museum

Freud Museum 20 Maresfield Gardens, London, United Kingdom

Experienced ISTDP clinicians will present at a Symposium in the Freud Museum. Teaching via use of video extracts of therapy sessions will be provided to demonstrate the use of ISTDP techniques as powerful agents of change. Presenters include: Alexandra Knowles Dr Sharon Lewis Dr Leo Russell


The Role of Emotions in Mind-Body Health with Dr Angela Cooper

The Greene Avenue Community Centre 1090 Ave. Greene, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

The blockage of psychological and emotional processes is thought to result in altered autonomic, endocrine, and immune system activity related to the development of these physical conditions and accounts for a large proportion of family practice visits often having co-occurring anxiety, depression and/or trauma. Patients with Medically Unexplained Symptoms (MUS), persistent physical symptoms or mind/body […]


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