The Cumbria TA Conference began in 2005 and we always meet in late February or early March in Penrith. We have been blessed with a host of wonderful speakers and workshop presenters over the years. Our conference theme is chosen collaboratively between our keynote speaker and our conference committee. Here is a look back at the keynote speakers and themes we have enjoyed over the years:
2019: Sue Eusden: Attachment – Hide and Seek: The experience of asking for help.
2018: Ray Little: Looking forwards, looking backwards, and the maintenance of clinical boundaries
2017: Lis Heath: Belonging
2016: Cathy McQuaid: What makes a therapist
2015: Helen Hargaden: To be or not to be – is that the question?
2014: Sabine Klingenberg: Celebrating rites of passage
2013: John Heath: Body of knowledge
2012: Jim Davis: Therapeutic diversity
2011: Graeme Summers: Trauma and recovery
2010: Alastair Moodie: Perspectives on positive change
2009: Robin Walford: TA for today
2008: Kathy Leach: TA is OK
2007: Steff Oates: The body of TA
2006: Chris Davidson: TA in the real world
2005: Mary Cox: Celebrating success