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From fragmentation to integration - a consumer perspective

Dr Cathy Kezelman AM

This presentation will highlight a life-saving psychotherapeutic process of recovery from childhood trauma, from a consumer perspective. When the death of my niece triggered a 'breakdown', being a doctor was no help. As I grew anxious, developed panic attacks, became depressed, suicidal and then experienced nightmares and flashbacks I thought I was losing my mind. Fiercely independent and abhorring vulnerability I reluctantly consulted a clinical psychologist, imagining that a few sessions would 'fix me'.

WORLD DREAMING: WORLD CONGRESS FOR PSYCHOTHERAPY
24-28 August 2011 Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre
Darling Harbour, Australia.
Visit The World Council for Psychotherapy at http://www.worldpsyche.org

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Dr Cathy Kezelman AM

Dr. Cathy Kezelman is a medical practitioner, President and Director of Blue Knot Foundation (formerly Adults Surviving Child Abuse (ASCA)), a national organisation which advocates for and provides services to Australian's abused as children and a Director of the MHCC (Mental Health Coordinating Council). She is also a survivor of childhood trauma and a mental health consumer. She is a founding member of the committee driving a national agenda around Trauma-informed Care and Practice, a member of the Cross-Jurisdictional Working Group: Responding to Sexual Assault National Project, on the reference committee of ACSSA (Australian Centre for Study of Sexual Assault) and represents ASCA on the Coalition for Protecting Australia’s Children, Mental Health Council of Australia, Families Australia and a number of other committees/working groups. She is a prominent voice in the media and at conferences, as well as author of her own memoir: Innocence Revisited - a tale in parts. For more information go to www.cathykezelman.com

 

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