Date(s) - Saturday 7th June, 2014
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
City Coast Centre
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Saturday 7th June 2014
Trainer: Linda Cundy
Venue: Training Room, City Coast Centre, Portslade (Brighton & Hove), BN41 1DG
Schedule: 10am to 5pm (Registration at 9.45am)
Course Fee: early bird £95 (before 9th May; £105 thereafter), including ample lunch, all refreshments, and CPD Certificate
Attachment Theory and research have provided us with ways of thinking about human nature, human distress and psychopathology. More than fifty per cent of the general population have insecure patterns of attachment, and the vast majority of our clients and patients struggle with the legacy of early anxieties. A history of insecure attachment affects how we perceive the world, how we relate to other people and the relationship we develop with ourselves. It also informs how we present in psychotherapy or counselling.
This one-day workshop will consider what this means for therapeutic practice, focusing on assessment, identifying attachment style, understanding defences, therapeutic boundaries, transference and countertransference issues and the overall aims of therapy. The impact of the therapist’s attachment style will also be acknowledged.
This workshop is aimed at practitioners from all modalities working with adults and adolescents in private practice or other settings. In particular it will address the needs of those clients who are neither psychotic nor ‘borderline’ but whose distress is expressed in more ‘neurotic’ symptoms, and who are therefore more easily overlooked.
You can get full details about the venue for this event by clicking on the name of the location (highlighted in blue) next to the venue map at the top of this page. This will take you to a page with full details about the venue.
Bookings will close when this course is fully booked. You can add you name to the Reserve List by sending an email to info@brightontherapypartnership . You will then be notified if a place becomes available for you.
This event is fully booked.