This powerful documentary raises significant issues about the transmission of trauma across generations, the impact of having a major criminal as a father, the different ways in which children process the experience and what interventions Group Analysis can contribute which can help such victims heal their personal trauma and prevent any possibility of inflicting personal or more wide (family and social) pathology.
Philippe Sands, is a professor of law at University College London, and a barrister at Matrix Chambers. His new book, from which the film is drawn, is East West Street: On the Origins of Genocide and Crimes against Humanity (2016).
Jason Maratos, is a Training Group Analyst, a Psychiatrist and a member of the IGA. He is the editor of the IGA’s 40th anniversary publications Foundations andApplications of Group Analysis for the Twenty-First Century (2015; 2016)
18:30 Documentary: My Nazi Legacy
20:30 Response by IGA group analyst Jason Maratos
Followed by large group and Q&A with Philippe Sands
IGA Members/Students £10
Please note that light refreshments (juice, wine and nibbles) are included in the ticket price.
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