Listen to the BBC Radio 4 coverage of the joint BPC & UKCP survey on quality psychotherapy services in the NHS, published earlier this year here
Service user Louisa, shares her experience of psychotherapy services, both in the NHS and privately, poignantly describing lower intensity treatments as a sticking plaster over a deep wound and that psychoanalysis gave her a language for the things that she couldn't speak of before.
All proceeds go to the Camden Psychotherapy Unit
It’s the magic of Hogwart’s versus the wizardry of former England nationals—teaming up to help preserve an essential London service.
All on the hallowed grounds of Lord’s.
Friiday 26 April 2013, 11:00
BBC Radio 4
'Claudia Hammond reflects on the enduring impact of Anna Freud's approach. By insisting on observation in her nurseries, she promoted the understanding of the child's perspective. Her continuing legacy can be seen in the way children are cared for in hospital and within the legal system today.
The Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy NOW conference will once again feature an awards ceremony to celebrate achievements in the psychoanalytic community, this year we will be seeking nominations for the following awards:
Innovative Excellence: This award celebrates a striking example of ground-breaking work. The innovative nature of the work can be in terms of clinical practice, research, or socially inclusive practice, such as working with selections of the community who may traditionally find access to therapeutic treatment difficult.