Drop the Disorder Online Festival 2022, 16th Sept

Don’t miss this ground- breaking event. A myriad of fabulous speakers – more to be announced soon…

In additon to the inspirational Dr Gabor Mate, Dr Margot Sunderland will be joining the AD4E Online Festival line-up on 16th September

Reserve your place via this link (donation only)

Links to the recording of festival presentations will be made available to delegates after the event.

Margot is Director of Education and Training at The Centre for Child Mental Health London, CEO of The Higher Education Psychotherapy training college, The Institute for Arts in Therapy and Education ( academic partner of University of East London), Honorary Visiting Fellow at London Metropolitan University, Senior Associate Member of the Royal College of Medicine, and Co-Director of Trauma Informed Schools Uk. Dr Sunderland is also Child Psychotherapist with over thirty years experience of working with children and families.

She is also  the author of over twenty books in the field of child mental health, which collectively have been translated into eighteen languages and published in twenty-four countries.  Her internationally acclaimed book, “The Science of Parenting” (Dorling Kindersley) http://www.dorlingkindersley.co.uk, won First Prize in the British Medical Association Medical Book awards 2007 Popular Medicine section. (Paperback version entitled “What Every Parent Needs to Know”). The book, endorsed by one of the world’s leading affective neuroscientists, Professor Jaak Panksepp, is the result of ten years research on the long-term effects of adult-child interaction on the developing brain. Dr Sunderland has two doctorates, one in child psychotherapy, thesis entitled “The Application of Art and Science to the Psychological Treatment of Children

Dr Sunderland was a member of the Early Years Commission, Centre for Social Justice, Westminster and co- author of the cross party advisory report “The Next Generation” (early years intervention). She is also founder of the “Helping Where it Hurts’ programme which offers free arts therapy to troubled children in Islington Primary schools. She directed the Gulbenkian funded research study, which in liaison with University of Cambridge School of Education, measured outcomes for this intervention. Dr Sunderland makes TV and radio appearances as a child and parenting expert. Overall, she is concerned to ensure that parents, teachers and mental health professionals alike, are offered the most up to date psychological and brain science research on how children and young people can be enabled to thrive. She is passionate about social change for a kinder, warmer world.

Reserve your place via this link (donation only)

Reserve your place via this link (donation only)

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