- 10 October 2020 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Rising numbers of refugees from the Middle East and Africa and the growing threat of extremist violence have fueled the rise of racist sentiment, epitomised by right wing political groupings, across Europe. This lecture suggests that their grip on the mind stems from a universal, internal racist str…
- 16 November 2020 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Connecting Conversations explores creativity through conversations between psychoanalysts and creative practitioners.
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Psychoanalytic psychotherapy training
Psychodynamic psychotherapy training
Twenty-first century Britain needs psychotherapy more than ever before. Thanks to major public figures in politics, sport and the royal family opening up recently about emotional difficulties, there is far more willingness to recognise and to discuss the prevalence of mental distress. There is consensus that we need accessible, responsive and effective services for everyone in need. And there is consensus that our NHS does not have the resources to cope with every need: the services are highly variable, fragmented, often absent, often hard to access without a long wait.