A therapeutic impasse can lead to self-doubt among therapists, as well as concerns that the client may terminate the therapy prematurely. We aim to demonstrate that these challenging moments can offer great insights for both client and therapist
Reframing Attachment: Attachment Theory and Practice in Short-Term Work
Every year we focus on a theme to better understand how to reframe our way of working in this context. This year we have decided to focus on a topic that is at the very heart of the therapeutic relationship and human development - Attachment.
More recently impasses, collisions, and collusions have been acknowledged as inherent and valuable aspects of clinical practice - the experience of getting stuck or encountering a impasse can help the therapist to understand more about the client's inner world.
The Extraordinary Intelligence of the Unconscious: Working with mind, body and subtle energy systems
Join this enlightening workshop to discover how the coupling of subtle energy fields with traditional psychotherapy can create a profound shift for clients, fostering a deeper level of understanding and freedom from repetitions and traumas for clients.
Attachment Informed Therapy: Recognising and working with patterns of insecure attachment in short-term work
The Birkbeck Training Series enters its sixth year in 2023-24. Every year we focus on a theme to better understand how to reframe our way of working in this context. This year we have decided to focus on a topic that is at the very heart of the therapeutic relationship and human development – Attachment.
In this conference, we will take a multidisciplinary view to better understand the place of the menopause transition in women’s lives. We will hear from medical, psychoanalytical, personal and psychospiritual perspectives.
Documentaries Viewed Through a Psychoanalytic Lens
This four-evening course is offered for those who are interested in a psychoanalytically informed approach to documentary filmmaking through the lens of iconic point-of-view films about family dynamics.
Our speakers will explore how shifts from separation terror and anxiety can move towards a sense of ‘going on being’ and tolerance of breaks and how this can be fostered within the therapeutic alliance.