A Mind In Time : Unpacking Transgenerational Trauma
Presenter: Dr Tracey Farber
Clinical Psychologist Dr Tracey Farber explores the concept of transgenerational trauma as shares her insights about her work with Holocaust survivors and her research into what she has coined ‘catastrophic grief’.
She discusses the importance of working with and listening to Holocaust survivors and survivors of trauma and genocide. The conversation also touches on the loss of childhood, existential loneliness, resilience, and the importance of empathy.
14 July 2021 @ 19h30-20h30 SAST1 HPCSA point applied for
NO RECORDING will be available for this webinar.
About the Presenter
Tracey Farber is a clinical psychologist, holding a BA (Hons.) in Social Work, a M.A. (Clinical Psyche) (WITS) and a Ph.D. entitled “Integrity versus Despair”: The experiences of South African Holocaust survivors.
After completing her psychology degree, she entered private practice over 20 years ago, where she has had extensive experience working with adults who have personality and relationship difficulties.
She has also worked in conjunction with child therapists and counselled parents. Tracey has lectured and taught workshops about Trauma and its long term effects, she has also lectured at the Dept. of Psychiatry at Wits Medical School.