Baobab Talk Series: Treating trauma in former child soldiers in Democratic Republic of Congo
Our next Baobab Talk will be held on

Wednesday 2 October 2019 at 18:30
(doors open at 18:00 & refreshments are provided)
at Kaplan International, Palace House, 3 Cathedral Street, London, SE1 9DE
(next to the Golden Hinde II, close to London Bridge Station).

There will be an opportunity for a Q&A after the talk.

It will be given by Dr. Katy Robjant who will be discussing:

"Invisible children, forgotten stories: Treating trauma in former child soldiers in Democratic Republic of Congo"
The talk will focus on the work that Dr. Robjant has been recently conducting in Democratic Republic of Congo providing psychological intervention for victims of sexual and gender based violence with the international not for profit organisation In Vivo.
Dr. Robjant is Director of Clinical Services at Freedom From Torture and Consultant Clinical Psychologist and co-Founder of Trauma Treatment International, an organization that provides psychological services to victims of organised violence and support to the organisations that care for them, anywhere in the world. She was formerly the Head of Therapy Services at the Helen Bamber Foundation. She is considered an expert in Narrative Exposure Therapy and has provided training worldwide including in the UK, Sri Lanka, Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda and Ukraine, and has worked in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
It's free entry, but we do have limited spaces so please