Frank M. Corrigan
Part time Consultant Psychiatrist
Argyll & Bute Hospital
Frank Corrigan was a full-time Consultant Psychiatrist in a rural area of Scotland from 1985-2009. During that time there were major advances in psychopharmacology which, unfortunately, had little impact on trauma-based disorders, and especially complex trauma disorders. In response to the high suicidality of this group he trained in DBT, EMDR, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Lifespan Integration, Brainspotting and, most recently, the Comprehensive Resource Model (CRM). He retired from full-time general psychiatry in 2009, which gave time to contribute to the "Neurobiology and Treatment of Traumatic Dissociation (Springer, 2014) with Ulrich Lanius and Sandra Paulsen. He works part-time as a trauma psychotherapist in the NHS in Argyll and part-time in private practice in Glasgow. He recently co-authored the CRM book (Schwarz et al 2016).
Thursday, March 22
8:30 AM – 4:30 PM