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RUPTURE AND REPAIR
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VENUE
Tavistock Centre
120 Belsize Lane
London
NW3 5BA
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DATES
Monday evenings from 24 September to 10 December 2012
SCHEDULE
19.00 Registration and refreshments
19.30 Start
21.30 End
CPD HOURS
20 hours in total or 2 hours per seminar
Certificates of Attendance will be provided at the event on request.
PROGRAMME DETAILS
FEES
  • Later-bird on announcement of speakers and full programme (available until 30 July): £180 + VAT
  • Full self-funded fee (from 31 July): £225 + VAT
  • Full organisationally-funded fee (any time): £450 + VAT
  • Selection of any 5 seminars:
    £125 + VAT
  • Single seminars: £33 + VAT
BOOKING CONDITIONS
Regrettably, refunds cannot be given in any circumstances unless you cancel in writing to info@confer.uk.com 6 weeks before the first date of the event you have booked, in which case you will be entitled to a 50% refund. This does not apply to parts of an event, such as a seminar within a programme, but only to a whole event or complete series. If you need to cancel at the last minute, you may give your place to another person if you let us know that personís name at least 24 hours before the event begins.

We reserve the right to change a speaker at one of our conferences. However, if a solo presenter cancels we will offer a refund or transfer.

AUTUMN SEMINAR SERIES - RUPTURE AND REPAIR - the key to therapeutic change?
10 MONDAY EVENINGS FROM SEPTEMBER - DECEMBER 2012 - LONDON
JOSPEH SCHWARTZ TASTER
Why the therapist's feelings are vital

ABOUT THIS EVENT

When a well-established psychotherapy relationship starts to show cracks, when bad feelings abound, and enactments threaten to derail the relationship, the psychotherapist is likely to feel anxious and perhaps self-critical, fearing that the therapy is going wrong. But possibly - relational theory teaches - something actually may be beginning to work when the very relationship dynamics that brought that person into therapy are vividly represented via the rupturing process. This series will consider how such turbulence can be converted into therapeutic growth if processed with an understanding of the richness of the intersubjective space, and an openness to the dissociated parts of both partners in the therapy process.

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