The Trauma Summit is a two-day conference taking place on 13th and 14th June 2022. For the very first time we are offering delegates the choice of either an in-person or virtual ticket. You can choose what works best for you.
With over 40 speakers including Dr Bruce Perry, Gabor Maté, Bessel van der Kolk, Rachel Yehuda and Kenneth Hardy you will have full access to all presentations. Over the two days trauma experts will present their latest research and understanding of trauma and trauma recovery. Discuss modalities and how trauma affects both individuals, families and communities.
The Trauma Summit creates space for everyone to network either virtually or in-person, meet delegates from around the world, take part in live Q & A sessions and meet with both virtual and live exhibitors. With over 55 hours of content, you will be spoilt for choice, but you won’t miss a thing! With both tickets you will have six months full access to all content to watch at a time convenient for you.
All Action Trauma conferences are CPD accredited and you will gain a minimum of 18 CPD points (With the option of earning more when you watch the presentations you missed online).
Nuala McKeever is a professional comedy writer and performer and an amateur student of the human condition. After having her own show on television, she has written five plays, the most recent of which, In The Window, toured to Edinburgh, the USA and India.
Nuala is a regular occasional presenter on BBC Radio Ulster. After the death of her partner in 2013, she became interested in the practice of Zen Buddhism, taking lay vows in 2017.
During lockdown she managed to finish her first novel (writing, not reading!) stay sane and put on weight. She lives in Belfast with her cat Lolli and an addiction to potato crisps that she has just wrestled into submission.
Nuala is currently writing a new stand up comedy show for the Open House in Bangor this August.
Jane Mulcahy is a Research Fellow with REPPP leading the Whitetown pilot project at the University of Limerick.
She graduated with her PhD in Law from University College Cork in 2020 on the topic of “Connected Corrections and Corrected Connections: post-release supervision of long sentence male prisoners”.
Eileen Beamish, Director, Well Being in Mind Limited
(MSc BSc HDip, NLP, Former CMC)
As a former Certified Management Consultant, Eileen has over 30 years of experience of evaluating initiatives aimed at improving public health and wellbeing and healing addiction / underlying trauma. Her meta-analysis of three decades of research revealed a series of factors that consistently produced success. This motivated her to establish Well Being in Mind Limited in 2017.
A multi-disciplinary scientist, experienced facilitator, meditator and accomplished musician (harpist), Eileen has had the privilege of receiving advanced one to one coaching on Neuro Linguistic Practitioners (NLP) from one of the world’s leading NLP trainers.
Using results from contemporary neuroscience on the impact of particular music and language on wellbeing, Eileen creates sessions and programmes that enable people to have fun and relax as they effortlessly activate their capacity to renew and revitalise from within.
Well Being In Mind’s operates a trauma-informed practice. Clients include employers, carers, relatives and services users of hospices, hospitals, rehabilitation centres, care homes, supported livings, community settings and other therapeutic locations including organic gardens.
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Earn at least 18 CPD/CE points and receive a certificate at the end of the conference.
Learn from 40+ world-renowned trauma experts presenting in person or via live stream and discover the latest in trauma research on a wide variety of modalities.
A wide range of presentations on modalities and topics including EMDR, Neurofeedback, Epigenetics and Polyvagal Theory.
Connect with 40+ organisations offering systems of support and fantastic resources you can apply within your own field of work and study.
We are delighted to welcome over 40 exhibitors to the Trauma Summit 2022. You can learn more about the organisations who will be exhibiting by visiting their stand or their website.