Thinking about Gender in Clinical PracticeBook tickets
Hallam Institute of Psychotherapy
There is much clinical concern around the areas of gender Identity and Gender Dsyphoria.
How might these fraught issues be best approached in clinical practice?
Many practitioners may have thought that this is a vanishingly small population whom we might happily re-direct to specialist services
However the enormous increase in cases of young people presenting with gender identity issues in now means that most of us are now likely to have some contact with the young people struggling with Gender Dysphoria.
This seminar is intended for practitioners in counselling and psychotherapy who are interested in taking their understanding of this difficult terrain beyond the simplicities of “only affirm”. We hope to provide a thoughtful environment in which to do so.
Sue and Marcus Evans
Sue and Marcus Evans have extensive clinical experience in this field.
Sue Evans is a psychoanalytic psychotherapist who has worked for nearly forty years in a variety of mental health services in the NHS, including the national gender identity service for children at the Tavistock. She now has a private practice in SE London. She is a member of the British Psychotherapy Foundation, the London Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Service, and is registered with the British Psychoanalytic council.
Marcus Evans is a psychoanalysts with the British Psychoanalytical society. He worked in mental health services and as an adult psychotherapist in the NHS for forty years. For several years he was clinical lead of the Adult and Adolescent Departments at the Tavistock. He was also one of the founder members of the Fitzjohn’s service for the treatment of patients with severe and enduring mental health conditions an/or personality disorder. He is the author of Making Room for Madness in Mental Health and Psychoanalytic Thinking in Mental Health Settings.
Together they have written Gender Dysphoria – A Therapeutic Model for working with children, Adolescents and Young Adults.
Programme for the day:
The Webinar will be hosted on Zoom. Participants will be sent a Zoom link in advance of the day.
10.30. Welcome from the Hallam Institute of Psychotherapy
10.35. Presentation from Sue and Marcus Evans
11.30. Short break.
11.45. Discussion with Sue and Marcus Evans
CPD certificates can be provided for those attending the Webinar.