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Dr. Jonathan Seigel
Balint Group workshop
Exodus from Reality:The effects of digitalmedia on clients
Lee du Plessis
Fused relating: Working with externalised states of mind"
Chaired by Sandra Harrison
Working with Racial Diversity in the Consulting Room
Members' forum (Closed event*)
Presented by Stephen Pattison, lay Chair of the UKCP Ethics Committee
UKCP's New Code of Ethics
Catrin Thorpe: The 'Music' of Therapy (Open event)
Joanna Tucker: 'Seeing is believing' using video feedback in parent-infant psychotherapy to help change parent's and babies' negative representations of themselves (Open event)
Bina Burke and Helen Maté
“The dogs at the gate: barking mad or healthy aggression?”
“Exploring the place for sexuality in psychoanalytic psychotherapy”
“How does psychoanalysis work?”
“If I don’t ‘KNOW’ then how can I know who I am? The conflict between memory, uncertainty and identity.”
Thinking Psychotherapeutically about Social Media
Dr. Alan Corbett Clinical Director icap
ICAP - Immigrant Counselling and Psychotherapy. Working to help people heal their lives and deal with emotional trauma, depression and risk of suicide.
“Jung's Vision for Energy: Energy Psychology in Psychotherapy”. Details (pdf) >>
Presented by the Race & Culture Group
“Race & Culture” Details (pdf) >>
Presented by the Editorial Committee of WMIP
“A Writer’s Workshop”. Have you often wanted to write for publication – or just to help you get your ideas about your work clearer? This workshop is for you. Details >>
WMiP – Open Forum
Infant Observation Paper
EMDR (Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing)
“Imago in Dialogue with Psychoanalysis”Exploring the “Imago Couple therapy” model which focusses on Dialogue
Dr Alistair Ross
‘Sacred psychoanalysis’“Identifying and working with spirituality”Alistair is Director of Psychodynamic Studies Oxford University
“The wolf at the door: defences against the other in the therapy of a woman presenting with eating related anxieties.” Details >>
WMiP Forum Meeting
Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Details >>
Sandra DillonSandra is WMIP webmistress
“Your practice website: How to make your website work for you” Presentation slides are available on WMIP members site >>
Adjusting to Retirement
John Burnham is Principal Family Therapist in Parkview Clinic. He has published widely in the field of systemic family therapy
Changing Minds: the impact of developments in neuroscience on child development and its impact on the practice of psychotherapy
Spring Conference:Dr Phil Mollon
Hidden shame - a unifying theme in human distress and psychotherapy
“The Heart of the Matter”
“Using art as a therapeutic aid”
“Therapeutic Endings” An end of term evening with wine and nibbles
Understanding Sex Addiction
The Events Committee
A showing of an episode from the popular/controversial American made program ‘In Treatment’. Discussion around the portrayal of Therapy in the media.
The Work of Bion
Coming to Life
Laid Down - A film evening showing life from the viewpoint of a young baby
WMIP Spring Conference:Marilyn Lawrence
The Anorexic Mind - Engaging therapeutically with “Eating Disorders”,
Mirroring, Marking and Meaning-Making: an exploration of the parent’s role in an infant’s developing sense of self.
Professor Jeremy Holmes
Meta Self/better self – An attachment perspective on the Superego
Recovering our vision for the Institute
18 October 2010
Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy(I.S.T.D.P.)
Prof Sue Wheeler
The Importance of Research & Supervision – practitioners can be researchers to!
From Fusion Towards Autonomy
WMIP Spring Conference:William Meredith-Owen
“Analysts Evading Analysis”
Dr Judith Anderson
Psychotherapists for Social Responsibility - Climate change – the unbearable reality of climate change
Members Forum with Guy Gladstone
Professional Registration – Are you for it or against it!?
Dr Basia Gasiorek
Summer Conference: Jane Cheshire
Andy Hill, Head of Research BACP
How can we build a viable evidence base in Counselling and Psychotherapy?
Tour de France – the strongest don’t always win!
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