IPD are pleased to announce that IPD Fellow and founder member Dr. Alan Corbett’s new book ‘Psychotherapy with Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse: The Invisible Men’ has just been published as part of the Karnac Forensic Psychotherapy Monograph Series.
This book focuses on the therapeutic needs of men who have experienced sexual trauma, either in childhood or adult life. Drawing on the author’s extensive clinical experience The Invisible Men examines the impact of sexual abuse upon boys and men, and looks at the particularly gendered impact of sexual attacks upon masculinity. Creative ways of working both individually and in groups with male survivors and those supporting them are explored, providing a unique insight into a much neglected area of therapeutic endeavour.
“Sometimes, it just stops me from doing anything”: A qualitative exploration of epilepsy management in people with intellectual disabilities and their carers
2nd Oct 2015: IPD Annual Conference, AGM and workshop – “Working together: Psychotherapy and Positive Behaviour Support”. For the flier please click IPD 2015 Conference
LGBT – Improving practice for people with learning disabilities
5 October 2015. Birmingham
A day aimed at front line staff, families and anyone interested in the lesbian, gay or bisexual and gender dysphoria community of people with learning disabilities.
British Institute of Learning Disabilities
Birmingham Research Park
97 Vincent Drive
0121 415 6960
Our offices are easily accessible by both car and public transport, located a short walk from Birmingham University train station and just off the A38. There is also a bus stop very close by. The link below gives full details about how to find us, as well as using a sat-nav and link to use in a mobile phone map App.
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