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The Science of Intergenerational Trauma with Udita Iyengar, PhD

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Join us for an eye-opening exploration of Intergenerational Trauma. Udita Iyengar, PhD, will guide you through the science of trauma, how unresolved trauma manifests and the effects of trauma on the brain. She will also highlight cutting edge research into trauma and explain the attachment perspective of intergenerational trauma.

You will learn if it is possible to repair and reverse intergenerational trauma, and possible mechanisms to change these patterns. Gain knowledge from real-life case studies, witnessing the tangible effects of intergenerational trauma from both biological and attachment perspectives. Don't miss this enlightening journey into the heart of intergenerational trauma. Your perspective may never be the same.
Doors open at 7pm,talk starts at 7.30pm - come down early to grab a good seat!

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Dr. Udita Iyengar completed her PhD from University College London, and her research focuses on the neuroscience of attachment, maternal mental health, and trauma. Udita has a special interest and expertise in understandingtrauma from an attachment perspective. Udita joined King’s College London IoPPN in 2016 and is currently a lecturer in the Department of Psychosis Studies teaching across different
postgraduate programmes in mental health and psychiatry. 

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Seed Talks created a friendly and inclusive atmosphere, it was a really wonderful experience. Thank you Seed Talks for facilitating such a powerful and important platform. 100% recommend you check out a Seed Talk near you!-Anna F.

Amazing content and delivered in such interesting and captivating ways. Can’t imagine there’s anyone else doing it as good as this lot are right now.-Macks C.

Been to a few talks and all have been super interesting. An enjoyable evening to go to either alone or with friends. The talks make for stimulating conversation. Highly recommend! - Daisy J

This talk is 16+. All under 18s must be accompanied by an adult, and all under 25s may require government issued photo ID to gain entry.

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