Your guide for this years event

Accommodation

Discover the perfect place to stay during The Master Series: Oxford 2024. Whether you’re seeking the charm of a historic college room or the luxury of a five-star hotel, our curated selection has something for everyone.

Each accommodation has been carefully chosen for its proximity to the conference venue, ensuring convenience for all attendees. From boutique hotels nestled in the heart of the city to modern high-rises with stunning riverside views, our options cater to diverse preferences while guaranteeing comfort and accessibility.

Unlock exclusive discounts by using the provided discount codes and direct booking links. Your comfort and convenience are our top priorities. Don’t miss out – secure your ideal lodging now for an unforgettable experience at The Master Series: Oxford 2024.

The Randolph Hotel

Experience timeless elegance and impeccable service at this historic hotel nestled in the heart of Oxford, offering luxurious accommodations and a sophisticated ambience.

Address: Beaumont Street Oxford, OX1 2LN 
Booking Code: Quote “DIRECT” on booking to save up to 30% on the usual room rate

Courtyard by Marriot

Experience contemporary comfort and convenience in the heart of Oxford at the Courtyard Marriott, where modern amenities, spacious accommodations, and a central location make it the perfect base for exploring the city’s historic treasures.

Address: 15 Paradise Street, Oxford, OX1 1LD

Malmaison Oxford

Discover contemporary chic infused with historic charm at Malmaison Oxford, where stylish accommodations and vibrant social spaces await amid the city’s cultural vibrancy.

Address: Oxford Castle, Oxford, OX1 1AY

Vanbrugh House Hotel

Indulge in boutique luxury and historic charm at Vanbrugh House Hotel, nestled in the heart of Oxford’s city centre, offering stylish accommodations and personalised service in an intimate setting.

Address: 20-24 St Michael’s Street, Oxford, OX1 2EB
Email for bookings: [email protected]

Holiday Inn Oxford

Discover comfort and affordability without compromising on quality at Holiday Inn Oxford, where budget-friendly accommodations and convenient amenities offer a welcoming retreat for travellers exploring the city’s attractions.

Address: Peartree Roundabout, Oxford, OX2 8JD
For reservations email: [email protected]

Staying at a University College offers a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the rich history and collegiate atmosphere of Oxford, providing comfortable accommodations within the iconic surroundings of these esteemed academic institutions.

Magdalen College
Nestled amidst the cobblestone streets of Oxford, Magdalen College stands as a bastion of academic distinction and architectural splendor. Since its founding in 1458, Magdalen has nurtured generations of scholars, fostering a legacy of intellectual inquiry and cultural enrichment.

  • Address: Magdalen College, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 4AU

Reimagining the conference experience with your well-being in mind

We believe in the power of embodiment and recognise the importance of movement to process your learnings and in nurturing deeper connections with yourself and those around you. That’s why we have crafted our conference to be unique and set it apart from traditional events.

The decision to host the event across multiple venues is aimed at providing you with time to move around, get fresh air, and enjoy daylight between sessions. Our conference spans various venues in the bustling heart of Oxford city centre, inviting you to discover, interact, and embrace new perspectives daily.

With this innovative approach, we aim to create an environment where learning and growth go hand in hand with well-being and connection. Join us at The Master Series: Oxford 2024 for an experience that will inspire, energise, and empower you in more ways than one.

Additional information

The choice to hold the event at multiple venues offers you the opportunity to explore, take breaks, and soak in daylight between sessions. Our conference covers different locations in the historic Oxford city centre, encouraging you to explore, engage, and adopt fresh viewpoints each day.

The Sheldonian Theatre, Broad St, Oxford OX1 3AZ

  • 7-minute walk to Rhodes House
  • 5-minute walk to Examination Schools

Examination Schools, University of Oxford, 75 – 81 High St, Oxford OX1 4BG

  • 5-minute walk to The Sheldonian
  • 15-minute walk to Rhodes House

Rhodes House, S Parks Rd, Oxford OX1 3RG

  • 7-minute walk to The Sheldonian
  • 15-minute walk to Examination Schools

We acknowledge the importance of accessibility for all participants. Although our event takes place across different venues, we are dedicated to promoting inclusivity. Please feel free to contact us for any specific accommodation needs or questions related to accessibility. See ADA statement below.

If participants have special needs, reasonable accommodations will be made for persons who request them, consistent with ADA requirements.

Code of Ethics Statement: It is the responsibility of every attendee to abide by the standards set forth in the Code of Ethics for maintaining security and confidentiality of test materials and proprietary information presented as part of this continuing education program. Any materials used as part of this program may not be copied or otherwise distributed, and no proprietary information will be disclosed by attendees to any person not registered for this program.

Conflict of Interest Statement: There is no commercial support for this program nor are there any relationships between the CE Sponsor, presenting organization, presenter, program content, research, grants, or other funding that could reasonably be construed as conflicts of interest. Utility/Validity Statement The content of this presentation, when applied according to psychological practice guidelines, within the expertise of the expertise of the practitioner do not pose any risks.

While we are unable to arrange transportation for the event, Oxford offers a variety of convenient transportation options. Taxis are easily accessible, offering convenient transportation to and from the conference venues.

Check out the following trusted taxi services for your convenience:

  • Radio Taxis: +44 (0)1865 242424
  • Oxford Taxis: +44 (0)1865 238062
  • Royal Cars: +44(0)1865777333

Travelling to Oxford, UK, is easy and stress-free, thanks to the great connectivity offered by different transportation options. Before embarking on your journey, make sure to stay updated on any travel notifications or disruptions, as schedules and traffic conditions may change.

London Heathrow Airport: The nearest major international airport to Oxford is Heathrow. From there, you can take a direct bus or a taxi to Oxford, which takes approximately 60-90 minutes depending on traffic.

London Gatwick Airport: Another option is Gatwick Airport, located south of London. From Gatwick, you can take a direct train to Oxford, which usually involves a change at Reading or London Paddington. The total journey time is around 2-3 hours.

Oxford is well-connected to major cities in the UK via train. Direct trains run from London Paddington and take around 1 hour. Trains from Birmingham, Manchester, and other cities are also available.

From London: Take the M40 motorway northwest towards Birmingham and exit at junction 8 for Oxford. The journey time from central London is approximately 1.5-2 hours, depending on traffic.

If you are planning a car journey, it is recommended to use the Park & Ride facilities (https://parkandride.oxfordbus.co.uk/where-to-park/). There are 5 Park & Ride car parks situated along Oxford’s ring road, each offering a bus service directly to the city centre. The bus ride usually takes about fifteen minutes, with an additional five-minute walk from the bus stop to the College.

Note: Sadly parking in Oxford’s city centre is very difficult and has limited car parking, so if you are planning to Park in Oxford please use the Oxford Gov site to help you find somewhere or Just Park.

As you prepare to immerse yourself in The Master Series: Oxford, for the largest mental health and trauma conference in Europe – we want to help you make the most of your time here!  

Oxford is an incredibly historic city, packed with fascinating architecture, breathtaking sights, and not-to-be-missed events. 

Whilst you’re visiting for The Master Series, why not check out everything else the city has to offer? 

  1. The historical fair of St. Giles (September 9-10): Taking place a few days before our Trauma Conference gets underway, St Giles’ Fair is one of the greatest and most prestigious events in the country. From celebrating the patron saint in the 17th century, to becoming a toy fair in the 18th century and a children’s fair in the Victorian period, St. Giles is now thought to be the largest of its kind in all of Europe!
  2. Oxford Open Doors 2024 (September 14-15): Celebrate the city’s heritage and culture by getting behind Oxford’s closed doors! People are invited to explore the colleges, university buildings and green spaces, and hidden heritage sites across the city – many of which are not usually open to the public.
  3. Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials 2024 (September 19-22): Taking place in the breathtaking grounds of nearby Blenheim Palace, the Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials offers four days of eventing action – including Dressage, Cross Country and Showjumping. 

There’s also plenty of other things going on in Oxford, so whilst you’re here why not visit:

Step into history with Oxford Open Doors 2024, where the city’s hidden gems are unveiled for exploration. Wander through the storied halls of Merton College, where JRR Tolkien wrote much of The Lord of the Rings. Immerse yourself in the magic of Christ Church which doubles as Hogwarts during multiple scenes in the Harry Potter films, or lose yourself in the literary treasures of The Bodleian Library, where at least five kings, and luminaries such as Oscar Wilde, CS Lewis and JRR Tolkien, have studied. 

Indulge your curiosity at the Ashmolean Museum or journey through time at the Pitt Rivers Museum. Take in the ethereal strains of evensong at Christ Church Cathedral or embark on a unique overnight stay at Oxford Castle and Prison. 

Don’t miss the chance to stroll through the serene beauty of Oxford’s Botanic Garden and Arboretum or experience the quintessential Oxford pastime of punting along the tranquil waters of Magdalen Bridge

As you navigate The Master Series: Oxford, let the city’s allure captivate you, and may your exploration extend beyond the conference halls. We eagerly await your tales of discovery and delight as you experience the full richness of this historic city. Enjoy your journey of exploration! 

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Select an immersion Day

Please select one Immersion Day from the list below to include with your package. You will receive an in person ticket for the selected immersion day, and virtual access to the full conference, including 90 days of recordings, with your purchase

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Trauma, Attachment, and Neuroscience with Bessel & Licia
Unlock Healing, Transform Inner Conflict, and Embrace Your True Self with Richard Schwartz
The Cultural Burden of White Supremacy Culture & The Path Toward Collective Healing with Deran Young​
Unlock the Transformative Power of Mindsight with Dan Siegel
Unlocking the Living Legacy of Trauma with Janina Fisher
Too Much of Nothing Introducing Neglect-Informed Psychotherapy with Ruth Cohn
The Sexual Grief Effect Response in Trauma with Edy Nathan
High Impact Relational Therapy with Terry Real
Healing the Legacy of Historical and Transgenerational Trauma with Linda Thai
Explore The Myth of Normal with Gabor Maté