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RELATIONAL TURNS IN PSYCHOTHERAPY
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VENUE
Tavistock Centre
120 Belsize Lane
London
NW3 5BA
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DATES
Saturday 1 December 2012
SCHEDULE
09.30 Registration and refreshments
10.00 Start
16.00 End
CPD HOURS
Certificates of Attendance for 5 hours will be provided at the event
PROGRAMME DETAILS
FEES
Fees include full programme, materials, tea and coffee and lunch
  • Full self-funded fee £90 + VAT
  • Full organisationally-funded fee: £150 + VAT
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RELATIONAL TURNS IN PSYCHOTHERAPY: CREATIVITY AND CONFORMITY, SEXUALITY AND THE FATHER
A one-day seminar led by Professor Andrew Samuels
SATURDAY 1 DECEMBER 2012 - LONDON
ABOUT THIS EVENT

This workshop is an opportunity to explore how a relational approach to common challenges in the psychotherapeutic relationship can provide both therapeutic progress and an ethical stance. Professor Andrew Samuels will first consider the issue of professional identity and the complexity of occupying a role that serves the field, the patient and the self in a time of rapid and disquieting change.

He will then discuss two specific issues that therapists invariably encounter: our internal representation of masculinity and how this impacts on our work with fathers, boys and men who attend for therapy. Secondly, how the relational turn has provided us with ethical yet related ways of working with sexual desire in the psychotherapeutic relationship.

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