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Boundaries, belonging and shame – the ins and outs of “community”

Jan Henry Großer

I, you, he


16:30 - 18:30

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Contemporary communities of people may be organised around a location, work or shared past-times, but also increasingly so around shared ideas, needs and values, life practices and styles. This workshop looks at how we establish their boundaries, how they are tied to concepts of “identity”, define belonging or not-belonging, and what dynamics guard and adapt these boundaries.

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Jan Henry Großer

Jan Henry Großer, *1963 in Germany, graduated from Hamburg University in 1995 and has worked as a psychiatrist in Berlin and London, specialising in substance misuse disorders and retaining a strong interest in sexual therapy. He spent five years as volunteer counsellor with the therapy team at Schwulenberatung Berlin and as chemsex activist, in the last five years primarily teaching workshops for PLWHIV on a variety of subjects related to mental health.

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