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Interact is the Journal of the Trauma and Abuse Group (TAG), an organisation studying and supporting work concerning trauma, abuse and dissociation. Membership of TAG costs £20.00 and includes two editions per year of Interact, as well as bi-monthly members’ e-newsletters, discounts at events, and other benefits.


We are always looking for contributions to Interact and if you are interested in writing for us then please take a look at our submission guidelines in the first instance or email interact@tag-uk.net.


Back editions of Interact are now available for sale by filling in the attached order form and sending a cheque made payable to ‘Trauma and Abuse Group’ to TAG, The Willows Centre, 11 Prospect Place, SWINDON, SN1 3LQ.  Each edition costs £3.50 inc P&P and volume discounts are available (see order form for details).

The Autumn 2010 edition (Volume 10 Number 2)


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The Spring 2011 edition (Volume 11 Number 1)


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The Autumn 2011 edition (Volume 11 Number 2)


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The Spring 2012 edition (Volume 12 Number 1)

Articles include:


      Tony Buckley:  A Sensorimotor Psychotherapy approach to understanding sensation, impulse and movement         patterns as survival, recovery and endurance patterns


       Catherine Thorpe: What is Lifespan Integration?


       Nel Walker: Continuity of Being, Time and Present


       Pauline Andrew: Keeping moving forward


        Angela McCann: Is yesterday dead and gone?



The Autumn 2012 edition (Volume 12 Number 2)


Articles include:


Pat Ogden: Understanding Dissociation and the Body - Then and Now


Sue Richardson : Struggling for Relationship: Working with Caregivers


Mike Lloyd : Social Networking


Penny Johnson : Survivors at Touchstone


First Person Plural : The Windon of Tolerance


The Summer 2013 edition (Volume 13 Number 1)


Articles include:


          Sandra Buck : The RAINS Network in the UK


          Jacki Rodikis : Journey - a trip from one place to another


           Peter Jones : Counselling in Prisons Network


          Alice Graham : Working with the body - a personal journey through Sensorimotor Psychotherapy


           First Person Plural : Helpline calls from people with DID