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THE SPEAKER
Phil Mollon, PhD is a psychoanalyst and member of the British Psychoanalytical Society. He also trained in psychotherapy at the Tavistock Clinic, and his original profession is clinical psychology. His PhD was a study of shame and disturbances in the sense of self. He has since written extensively on shame, trauma, and the psychology of the self. Amongst his ten books are included The Fragile Self [Whurr 1993], Releasing the Self: the Healing Legacy of Heinz Kohut [Whurr 2001], and Shame and Jealousy [Karnac 2002]. Dr Mollon has worked in the British National Health Service for over 30 years.


SHAME - THE UBIQUITOUS YET HIDDEN CORE OF MENTAL PAIN
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VENUE
LONDON
Tavistock Centre
120 Belsize Lane
London
NW3 5BA
DIRECTIONS AND MAP
DATE
Saturday 16 June 2012 - London
SCHEDULE
09.30 Registration begins
10.00 First session
11.45 Second session
14.00 Third session
16.00 End
CPD HOURS
Certificates of Attendance for 5 hours will be provided at the event.
PROGRAMME DETAILS
FEES
  • Self-funded £95 + VAT
  • Organisationally-funded £180 + VAT
REFRESHMENTS
The fee includes light refreshments and lunch
BOOKING CONDITIONS
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SHAME - THE UBIQUITOUS YET HIDDEN CORE OF MENTAL PAIN
A one-day seminar led by Dr Phil Mollon
16 JUNE 2012 - LONDON
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ABOUT THIS EVENT

Dr Phil Mollon has been described as ďa cautious revolutionary, one of those rare honourable thinkers and renaissance figures who rises above the milieu he was trained in to seek answers to difficult questions. Psychologist, psychoanalyst, practitioner of energy therapies, writer and thinker, he illuminates the impact of trauma on the human mind and body while making bridges between groups and subjects who have previously had little contact with each other.Ē (Dr Valerie Sinason). Phil Mollonís work became widely recognised following his early writings on shame, narcissism and disruptions to the sense of self. He has continued to elaborate his thinking on these clinical themes, that are so prevalent in the consulting room in shamebased cultures. This one-day seminar will provide psychotherapy practitioners with a thought-provoking and inspiring exploration of how we can help people work through the damaging consequences of this painful affect.
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