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Psychoanalytic understanding of gun crime and gang culture. [videorecording] Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust

By: CAMPBELL, Donald. speaker | TAVISTOCK AND PORTMAN NHS TRUST.
Publisher: London, Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust 2009Description: 1 video disc (approx.120 mins).Summary: Respondent: Jeannie Milligan, Consultant Social Worker and Psychotherapist, Adolescent Department, Tavistock Clinic Chair: Frank Lowe, Consultant Social Worker and Psychotherapist, Adolescent Department, Tavistock Clinic There have been numerous headlines about increasing gun and gang violence in recent years and national alarm about what has been described as a growing culture of youth violence. It is also noticeable that most of the victims of gun crime have been black teenagers. Boris Johnson, the Mayor of London, came into office promising to stop youth violence in the capital and the shooting to death of 11 year old Rhys Jones in Liverpool, led the Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, to pledge that he will crack down on gang violence. But how do we understand gun and gang violence? This Thinking Space Special Event offers an opportunity to think in more depth about this problem in order to improve our understanding as well as practice with those involved in gun and gang violence. Donald Campbell is a past President of the British Psychoanalytical Society, former Secretary General of the International Psychoanalytical Association, and served as Chairman of the Portman Clinic where he worked as a psychotherapist with delinquent adolescents and adults for over 30 years. He has published papers on violence, suicide, child sexual abuse, adolescence and shame. Thinking Space is a monthly learning forum at the Tavistock Clinic, which explores issues of race and culture in therapy/mental health.
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A Thinking Space Special Event 30th April

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Respondent: Jeannie Milligan, Consultant Social Worker and Psychotherapist, Adolescent Department, Tavistock Clinic Chair: Frank Lowe, Consultant Social Worker and Psychotherapist, Adolescent Department, Tavistock Clinic There have been numerous headlines about increasing gun and gang violence in recent years and national alarm about what has been described as a growing culture of youth violence. It is also noticeable that most of the victims of gun crime have been black teenagers. Boris Johnson, the Mayor of London, came into office promising to stop youth violence in the capital and the shooting to death of 11 year old Rhys Jones in Liverpool, led the Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, to pledge that he will crack down on gang violence. But how do we understand gun and gang violence? This Thinking Space Special Event offers an opportunity to think in more depth about this problem in order to improve our understanding as well as practice with those involved in gun and gang violence. Donald Campbell is a past President of the British Psychoanalytical Society, former Secretary General of the International Psychoanalytical Association, and served as Chairman of the Portman Clinic where he worked as a psychotherapist with delinquent adolescents and adults for over 30 years. He has published papers on violence, suicide, child sexual abuse, adolescence and shame. Thinking Space is a monthly learning forum at the Tavistock Clinic, which explores issues of race and culture in therapy/mental health.

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