Psychotherapy Section members should attend but anybody else within BPS who is interested from all sections also members from other psychotherapy bodies such as BACP and UKCP and ACP – other professional bodies and interested members of the public. The Conference is about helping excluded groups within psychotherapy treatment.
Learning outcomes and objectives
- Which groups are Excluded from Treatment
- How do we help and support excluded groups
- How do we recognise systems that are exclusive
- How can we become more inclusive
Who is the course intended for?
This is for any member of BPS but also other psychotherapy bodies such as UKCP and BACP and ACP Other professional bodies may attend and interested members of the public.
30 Tabernacle Street
Friday 18th October 2019
Please note, all speakers, timings and content are subject to change.
Dick Blackwell, Consultant in Group and Family Therapy
Liberation Psychology, the Social Unconscious and the Politics of Inclusion/Exclusion
Isabel Clarke, Consultant Clinical Psychologist
Comprehend, Cope and Connect; engaging the individual from where they are – across diagnostic boundaries and cultures
Dr Phil Cox (Psych.D, C.Psychol)
The Outsider: Inclusion and Exclusion in the Therapeutic Relationship.
Dr Farhad Dalal
The Bureaucratisation of the Romanticised Other
Professor Dr Zenobia Nadirshaw MBE
Triple and Double Jeopardy in Psychotherapy
|BPS Members||£60.00 (£50.00 + VAT)|
|Non-Members||£60.00 (£50.00 + VAT)|