Death Mother/ Life Mother: An anthropological contribution to the understanding of early emotional trauma
Bowlby Center (London) Clinical Forum, 7th October 2017
The Archetypal Death Mother as Nature’s Shadow
C G Jung Club, London, England (Date to be confirmed)
The archetypal Death Mother as nature’s shadow
C.J. Jung Public Lecture Series, Bristol, UK.
Understanding and Healing Emotional Trauma
Kingsclere Community Library Event, Hamshire,2016
Video (edited) available at http://bit.ly/Sieff_Kings2016
Transforming Trauma in Psyche and Body
Plenary Lecture for ‘Coming Home to the Body: The Legacy of Marion Woodman’. A conference hosted by the Pacifica Graduate Institute and the Marion Woodman Foundation, California, USA, 2015
How to Understand and Heal Emotional Trauma
Public Lecture given at Royal Society of Arts (RSA), London, 2015
Audio recording available for listening or downloading at http://bit.ly/Sieff_RSA_talk
Video (edited) available at http://bit.ly/Sieff_RSA_Vid
The Nature of the Archetypal Death Mother
Cambridge (UK) Jungian Circle, Plenary Lecture, 2015
Early Relational Trauma, Insecure Attachment Patterns and Healing – Insights from a Modern Evolutionary Perspective
Journal of Analytical Psychology International Conference, Boston, USA, 2013
Maternal Ambivalence, Early Relational Trauma and Insecure Attachment Trajectories – Insights from a Modern Evolutionary Perspective
Tavistock and Portman Trust Scientific Meetings at Tavistock Clinic, London, UK, 2013.
Attachment: How Recent Research in Evolution and Anthropology Contributes to Psychotherapy
European Association of Body Psychotherapy Conference, Cambridge, UK, 2012
The Nature of Death Mother
Marion Woodman Foundation BodySoulRythms® Conference, Chicago, USA, 2011
Resources and subsistence strategies among the Datoga pastoralists of Tanzania
Department of Biological Anthropology, University of Cambridge
How does household wealth affect livestock production among the Datoga pastoralists of Tanzania?
Department of Biological Anthropology, University College London.
How does wealth influence the subsistence strategies among the Datoga pastoralists of Tanzania?
Institute of Biological Anthropology Oxford University
Sex ratio variation in human populations
American Anthropological Association, Phoenix, Arizona
Do wealthy Kel Tamasheq (Toureg) nobles of central Mali sacrifice reproductive success for the demonstration of prestige?
Evolution and Human Behavior conference, University of Michigan