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As we are all aware, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has led to a need for social distancing to help prevent the spread; for this reason we are holding this conference as a one-day live online event.

This conference will be a one-day live online conference

  • Event Date     :  Tuesday 6th December 2022
  • Event Time     :  09:30 to 17:00
  • Event Venue   :  One Day Live Online Conference


Neurodiverse populations are significantly more likely to be exposed to trauma and adversity across the lifespan, yet they are significantly under represented in trauma frameworks, services and innovations.

This event brings together national and international experts to offer a clinically focused programme to inform our understanding of the trauma needs and treatment approaches for this population. This focus, as well as presentations describing  innovations in the trauma field will be of particular use to clinicians and applied researchers. #TNDP2022

Who was this event of interest to?

The event is of interest those registered practitioners engaged in direct clinical practice in the area of trauma care. This includes psychologists, psychiatrists, mental health / learning disability nurses and professionals working in prison settings. The conference is also of interest to health leaders involved in policy and service leaders.

How to Book

INPORTANT INFORMATION : A Registration Form must be sent via email at the time of payment please. 

  1. 1.  Complete a Registration Form and email it to
  2. 2.  Make your payment using one of the PayPal links below
  3. 3.  To pay via Invoice, please arrange for a Purchase Order to be sent to
  4. 4.  To pay via cheque, please make your cheque payable to St Andrew's Healthcare and post it to                                                                                                                                         Miss C Oxlade, Academic Department, St Andrew's Healthcare, Billing Road Northampton, NN1 5DG
  5. 5.  For discounted group booking rates, please email

When payment (or Purchase Order) and a completed Registration Form have been received, you will then receive an email confirming your registration and payment and providing you with a Zoom link to join the conference.

If you have any queries regarding payment please either email or telephone 01604 616069.

Bookings for the conference close at midnight on Sunday 4th December 2022

Registration Form

Please complete a Registration Form and email it to  Further information on how to pay via invoice or cheque are provided on the Registration Form along with all booking Terms and Conditions.

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Early Bird (ends 6th November)



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Meet Our Speakers

Dr Sarah Wigham


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Dr Sarah Wigham

Senior Research Associate

University of Newcastle

Dr Gary Byrne

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Dr Gary Byrne,

Senior Clinical Psychologist Assistant Professor, Trinity College Dublin.


Dr Arvid Nikolai Kildahl


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Dr Arvid Nikolai Kildahl

PhD/Specialist psychologist

Norwegian Advisory Unit for Mental Health in Intellectual Disabilities


Professor Regi Alexander

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Professor Regi Alexander

President, Intellectual Disability Forum, Royal Society of Medicine Associate Dean, RCP,

Visiting Professor, University of Hertfordshire

Dr Paddy McNally

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Dr Paddy McNally

University of Ulster

Jon Taylor,

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Jon Taylor

Consultant Forensic Psychologist

Derbyshire Community Forensic Mental Health Team & Healthcare Dept HMP Whatton

Dr Liesbeth Mevissen

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Dr Liesbeth Mevissen

PhD, Clinical Psychologist, EMDR Europe Consultant

Researcher Knowledge Centre Quality Innovation, Netherlands

Dr Deborah Morris, Director Centre for Developmental and Complex Trauma

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Dr Deborah Morris

Director Centre for Developmental and Complex Trauma