Psychotherapy Section Annual Training Conference 2012
This two day conference around the theme of 'Medically Unexplained Physical Symptoms: A training conference in working with people throughout the lifespan from a pan theoretical perspective' will be held at the Society's London Office on 19-20 March 2012.
The conference will be structured so that the mornings will have keynote speakers who will present their approach theoretically. This will be followed by workshops in the afternoon where participants will learn practical skills.
This conference gives an opportunity for individuals and organisations to examine and learn from psychotherapeutic and psychological approaches to working with people who present with Medically Unexplained Physical Symptoms. It adopts a developmental approach; starting with infancy through to working with older adults. Adopting a pan-theoretical and multi-disciplinary approach presentations will be informed by Attachment theory, Object Relations, Systems, Neuroscience and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.
Dr Pat Crittenden, Dalhousie University, Canada – will focus on early infant work from the perspective of Attachment theory and the Dynamic Maturational Model, Biography and Workshop abstract.
Professor Rudi Dallos, University of Plymouth - will describe working with families from the perspective of Attachment Narrative Therapy (ANT)
Dr Kasia Kozlowski, University of Sydney - will present a paper on how the body signals stress, distress, or disruptions in physiological regulation
Dr Katharine Rimes, University of Bath - will offer a CBT perspective on working with adults with MUPS
Professor David Linden, University of Cardiff - will present research into the neuroscience of medically unexplained neurological symptoms
Dr Ian Walton, GP from Tipton - will examine ways of working with patients with MUPS from the perspective of a GP with limited time
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