What can clinical psychology offer in response to mass fatality terror attacks?

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This will be the theme of a free public lecture on Thursday 24 January 2019 at the Division of Clinical Psychology annual conference in Manchester.

The Manchester Arena attack on 22 May 2017 was the worst terrorist attack in the UK since the attack on the London transport system in July 2005. Dr Alan Barrett and Clare Jones from the Manchester Resilience Hub (MRH) will be sharing their experiences of supporting the psychological wellbeing of those affected over the last 20 months.

The talk will also touch on themes of identity for those affected, the city of Manchester and clinical psychologists working in Manchester.

The MRH is an innovative enhanced NHS mental health outreach and screening service and brings together clinical psychologists and psychological therapists from CAMHS and adult mental health services across Greater Manchester.

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