This workshop designed for graduate and qualified psychologists will explore the use of self in clinical psychology through a range of reflective and experiential exercises, and practice-based examples. Attendees will consider the important and influential others in their lives through the narrative therapy ‘Club of Life’ exercise.
Refreshments: Tea and coffee only will be available.
Please see the programme tab for further information.
The London and Home Counties’ Branch of the British Psychological Society is pleased to bring you opportunities to hear speakers on different topics. The views expressed by the speakers are not necessarily the views of the Society or Branch.
The BPS London Office,
30 Tabernacle Street,
Nearest tubes: Moorgate (Circle, Metropolitan, Hammersmith and City and Northern (City branch) lines) and Old St (Northern Line (City branch)).
Stephanie Minchin is a Clinical Psychologist working with children, young people and families. Stephanie has an interest in systemic and narrative practices, cultural and diversity issues, community psychology and creative practices.
James Randall-James is a Clinical Psychologist working with Looked After Children and a visiting lecturer at the University of Hertfordshire. James’ main research interests are in systemic and team-based approaches, working beyond psychiatric diagnosis, clinical training, and service-user involvement and co-production.
Who can attend?
This is a free event for member of The British Psychological Society only.
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