Dr. Graham Music on his book RESPARK: Igniting hope and joy after trauma and depression

Music, Graham and Van Nuys, David (2022) Dr. Graham Music on his book RESPARK: Igniting hope and joy after trauma and depression. [Audio]

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Bio: I have worked at the Tavistock Clinic in London for over 20 years, an internationally renowned NHS Foundation Trust which provides clinical services and trains therapists and other professionals. I teach on the child psychotherapy and other psychological therapy courses at the Tavistock, and supervises therapists there. I also lead on training in child development, neuroscience and attachment theory, and have a particular interest in linking cutting-edge developmental findings with therapeutic practice. My clinical work in the NHS is primarily with issues of trauma and the effect of maltreatment on children as well as on the families and other adults in the lives of such children. After having done a variety of jobs and activities in my early adulthood, including buying and selling antiques, working in housing advice, community support services and various adventures, in the late 1980s I trained as a humanistic and integrative adult psychotherapist, a year with IPSS and 4 years with the Minster centre in London. I then went on to train in psychoanalytic observational studies for a further 3 years at the Tavistock before undertaking the four year Tavistock training in psychoanalytic psychotherapy with children, young people and parents. In addition, I have trained in a variety of other ways of delivering therapeutic work, most recently in Mindfulness. I have worked as a psychotherapist in private practice for over 25 years, and also in a variety of voluntary and statutory sector settings. These include Open Door, a psychotherapy service for young people in North London, GP Practices including Stamford Hill Group Practice, and for NHS Child mental health services in Enfield and also in Redbridge and Waltham Forest. A passion of mine has been developing new services for children and young people, for example in over 35 schools in Camden and East London and setting up Hear and Now, a counselling service for young people in Redbridge working in community locations as part of the local NHS Mental Health Trust. Until recently, I was an Associate Clinical Director at the Tavistock, responsible for a range of clinical services. I also teach on a range of other courses and psychotherapy trainings in Britain and abroad, for example in Bologna, Istanbul and for 12 years, in Palermo, Sicily.

Item Type: Audio
Additional Information: No. 792
Subjects: Disabilities & Disorders (mental & physical) > Depression
Department/People: Children, Young Adult and Family Services
URI: https://repository.tavistockandportman.ac.uk/id/eprint/2660

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