What is the role of the Therapeutic Community in 2022?
In recent times the Black Lives Matter movement has acted as a catalyst for inclusivity, awakening us to racial prejudice and discrimination.
We have become more aware of the impending climate crisis and the need for sustainable behaviours in a world where we can feel powerless to make a positive impact.
The Covid pandemic has forced us to consider our need for connection as we experience isolation and separation.
The digitisation of communication has better connected us and yet more and more people report feeling lonely.
People affected by substance use remain some of the most stigmatised and marginalised people around the world.
Now more than ever we must consider what Therapeutic Community can teach us and wider society about Inclusivity, Sustainability and Complexity.
Join us in Glasgow as we explore the role of the TC in 2022.
Call for abstracts for EFTC Conference Glasgow 2022
We are seeking your abstracts for oral, workshops and poster presentations. Showcase your research, best practice and latest innovations on one or more of this year’s conference themes;
• Oral presentations, posters and workshops are to be presented in English.
• Oral presentations will be 20 minutes
• Workshops will be 45 minutes
• Deadline for submission is 13th May 2022
• Successful submissions will be confirmed by the 10th June 2022
• Registration for the conference will open in the coming months
How to submit your abstract
Accepted abstracts will be published in the conference programme which will be available electronically
For any questions related to abstracts or presentations email eftcglasgow22@Phoenixfutures.org.uk
This year’s conference will be held from 20th – 22nd September in Glasgow, Scotland. This will be the first time the conference has been held in Scotland. The conference will be hosted by Phoenix Futures and will be held at the Royal Concert Hall.
We look forward to seeing old friends and new as we share learning and insight together through this unique conference.
The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Built-in 1990 for Glasgow’s reign as European City of Culture, the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall sits in an iconic position at the top of Buchanan Street right in the heart of the city’s bustling shopping district. Home to the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, the Concert Hall is a multi-purpose venue.
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