Remembering Trauma

Remembering Trauma, Neglect & Oppression until they are addressed

remembering trauma

remembering trauma

Trauma, Neglect and Oppression can remain frozen in us until we remember how we responded to them and remember the process of the trauma.

“Many efforts to overcome trauma risk the real danger that we repeat the same pattern of oppression that we wanted to stop.”
Remembering is acting out and story telling (ritual and narrative)
Personal presentation of ourselves and visioning who we wish to become and how we wish to transcend our current situation

Through personal encounter we change in behaviours
and transcend our former way to become ourself in a new communion

Facilitation provided by –

Keynote presentation – Fr Hans Zollner S.J.

Father Zollner is Academic Vice-Rector, Dean of the Institute of Psychology and President of the Centre for Child Protection of the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome. He is member of the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors and was appointed Consultor of the Congregation for the Clergy in April 2017 by Pope Francis.

Father Zollner is one of the leading experts on matters of safeguarding of minors and prevention of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church.

Sunday 21 October 2018: 1000h to 1630h

Cloisters Hall, St Benedict’s School,
Marchwood Crescent W5 2DZ

A learning and training day for group facilitators, psychotherapists, politicians, educators in schools, institutes, universities, seminaries, religions, practitioners in new and traditional monastic communities, health care professionals, focalisers and community builders

CPD certificates will be issued

Presenters; Milan Bijelič (Diploma, ProcessWork UK), Lea Misan (Diploma student, Processwork UK)

playful approaches to serious problems

remembering trauma

Remembering Trauma

Programme:
09.15  Arrival, registration, coffee and tea
10.00  Welcome and Introductions by Abbot Martin Shipperlee (xxxx)

10.15  Beginning together: Introduction by facilitators

11.15  – 12.45 :

12.45 Lunch with work in small groups

13.45 Presentation 3
proposed: Milan Bijelic

14.45 Presentation 4
proposed: Lea Misan

15.15 Key note presentation

16.00 Coffee and tea, with work in small groups

16.30 Plenary and closure
Abbot Martin Shipperlee and speakers

18.00 Evensong with ….
We are hoping to have supportive messages for the day from HH Dalai Lama, Vincent, Cardinal Nichols Archbishop of Westminster, Dr Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Mohammad Shomali, Islamic Centre of England, Gregory Polen OSB (Abbot Primate of the Benedictine ConFederation).

Remembering Trauma: Contributors

Milan Bijelič

Milan Bijelič (Processwork UK) from 1998 until 2014 has been involved in the post-war relief and community development programmes in Croatia. “Part of my work involved planning and organizing regional Processwork forums / seminars for conflict transformation and for working on mistrust and other psycho-social dynamics that were barriers to grass-roots economic development in the areas directly hit by the war.”

 

Remembering Trauma: Information

Sessions: Sunday 21 October 2018 10.30h – 16.30h

Some accommodation is available in the House for Guests.

Register or enquire for “Remembering Trauma, Neglect and Oppression”

please contact us at:
info AT benedictine-institute DOT org

or write: “Remembering”
74 Castlebar Road, Ealing, London W5 2DD

Please bring a packed lunch

created 16 October 2017