Graham Music

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Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust

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Graham Music, PHD, is Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist at the Tavistock and Portman Clinics and an adult psychotherapist in private practice. His publications include Nurturing Natures, Attachment and Children's Emotional, Sociocultural and Brain Development (2011) and Affect and Emotion (2001), and next year he will publish 'The Good Life: Wellbeing and the new Science of Altruism, Selfishness and Immorality'. He has a particular interest in exploring the interface between developmental findings and clinical work. Formerly an Associate Clinical Director in the Tavistock child and family department, he has also worked therapeutically with maltreated children for over two decades, has managed a range of services concerned with the aftermath of child maltreatment and neglect and organised community based therapy services, particularly in schools. and in GP practices . He has recently been working at the Portman clinic with forensic cases. He organises trainings for therapists in CAMHS, leads on teaching on attachment, the brain and child development, and teaches and supervises on the Tavistock Child Psychotherapy Training and many trainings in Britain and abroad.

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