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Sunday, 27 June 2021

Tavistock Centenary Webinars


Across 2020-2021 our centenary was celebrated through a series of webinars looking back and forwards and covering all aspects of the Trust's work.  Click on the links to view a selection of these:

Opening Webinar: 

100 years of the Tavistock and Portman: Who do we think we are? With Lemn Sissay:

Child and Family / Systemic Approaches

Childhood and parenting: Psychoanalytic perspectives:

In the footsteps of Bick: Continuing the legacy of infant observation:

Inside and outside: The evolution of systemic approaches in mental health:

The Tavistock approach to autism: Development and uncertainty:

Consultation, Organisation and Groups:

Finding your own voice without drowning anyone else's:

The relevance of the Tavistock model of consulting in the context of a crisis:

"When I nod my head, you hit it": Leading and following even when it hurts


The Porcupine's dilemma: Couples and space during the lockdown:

Historical Perspectives

The Tavistock and Portman: A history of ideas

Race and Diversity

Black men and mental health recovery: An intersectionalities approach:

Dismantling institutional racism in social work: 20 years after Macpherson:

Tavistock Policy Seminar: Whiteness – A problem for our time:

Work and Wellbeing

 Work and wellbeing: Individual and team development:

Work and wellbeing: Organisations and systems:

Closing Webinar: 

The next 100 years: Innovations and insights for the 21st century:

Monday, 7 December 2020

Tavistock Response to COVID-19

Read and view Tavistock staff responding to the Coronavirus Pandemic.

Laverne Antrobus talks on a variety of themes including dealing with lockdown and the impact on children:

Francesca Cardona introduces a webinar on the Tavistock model of consulting in a crisis:

Read Jocelyn Catty on lockdown and adolescent mental health:

Sarah Helps discusses doing remote systemic psychotherapy during a pandemic:

and participating in the Oxford vaccine trial:

Graham Music interviewed about working online with client groups and many other aspects of adaptation to C19:

Claire Shaw writes about wellbeing for staff working on the frontline:

Charlotte Williams on leading and containing in Higher Education during Covid-19

Jo Williams on the necessity of mindfulness in a time of crisis:

Tuesday, 14 January 2020

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Monday, 10 June 2019

New Report on Open Access Monographs

Monographs have been a neglected area of Open Access publishing. Towards a Roadmap for Open Access Monographs is a recently published report looking at how this important format can be used to further open scholarship and research.

Read the report here:

Monday, 28 January 2019

SOJ Psychology

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