Fri, 9 April 2021

6:30 pm - 7:30 pm BST

How to Adapt and Survive in a Time of Crisis

Julia Samuel In Conversation with Erica Wagner

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One year after the first national lockdown and with the tragedy of COVID-19 still central to all of our lives, psychotherapist Julia Samuel returns to offer advice for finding strength in times of crisis and change.

One of Britain’s leading psychotherapists and a specialist in the psychology of change and grief, Julia Samuel returns to How To Academy to explore powerful, intimate stories of everyday people in times of profound uncertainty with Erica Wagner.

As the global coronavirus pandemic continues to cause profound difficulties to our health, work, and family, Julia will draw upon more thirty years of experience helping everyday people in times of uncertainty, and teach us the skills we need to adapt and hopefully thrive. She will tell us powerful stories –from a woman deciding whether to leave her husband for a younger lover, to a father handling a serious medical diagnosis – and explore the lessons we can take away and apply to our own lives in this time of crisis.

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Julia Samuel

Psychotherapist and Founder Patron of Child Bereavement UK

Julia Samuel, MBE, is a leading British psychotherapist. During the last thirty years, she has worked first for the NHS and then in private practice. She is Founder Patron of Child Bereavement UK. She is the author of Grief Works and This Too Shall Pass: Stories of Change, Crisis and Hopeful Beginnings. She lives in London with her husband, and has four children and six grandchildren.

Erica Wagner

Former literary editor of The Times, author and writer for the New Statesman.

Erica Wagner is an author, journalist, and editor.  Her latest book, Chief Engineer, a biography of Washington Roebling, garnered much praise. Twice a judge of the Man Booker Prize, she was literary editor of The Times  for seventeen years, and she is now a contributing writer for New Statesman as well as writing for many publications in Britain and the United States.