Using Time as a Clinical Intervention
North West Regional Psychotherapy Association (NWRPA)
Most therapy takes place in sessions which last for around 50 minutes. In this Zoom talk Astrid Gessert will draw on the work of French analyst Jacques Lacan and outline the rationale for varying the duration of sessions.
Astrid Gessert is a psychoanalyst and a member of CFAR and of the College of Psychoanalysts-UK. She has worked in the NHS, in private practice and as a supervisor. She contributes regularly to public lecture and training programmes. She has written articles and edited books, including ‘Obsessional Neurosis: Lacanian Perspectives’ (Routledge 2018).
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