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Conference Presentations

The Consequences of Losing Epistemic Trust: A Perspective From the UK on Mental Disorders That Persist and Resist Treatment

Published on:
November 1, 2019
Peter Fonagy, PhD, speaks about the interface of the intrapsychic and social context of patients with persistent disorders—aka complex psychiatric patients. He addresses the social biology of persistent mental health problems, and goes on to describe how mental health policy in the United Kingdom handles these concerns.
Peter Fonagy, PhD, OBE, FMedSci, FAcSS, FBA, Head of the Division of Psychology and Language Sciences at University College London (UCL) and Chief Executive of the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families (London)

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The Consequences of Untreated Mental Health Disorders in Children are Lifelong

A Process-Based Approach to Therapies is Needed

Why are Treatments Not Improving Over Time?

The Role of Community in Our Capacity to Learn and Trust

What is Epistemic Trust and Why Does it Matter?

Does a Single Factor Underpin all Mental Disorders?

Social Context Matters in Mental Health

The Impact of Learning to Trust