WHAT YOU GET
A FREE CONFER ONLINE MODULE OF YOUR CHOICE
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20% OFF FULL PRICE – ALL LIVE EVENTS AND ONLINE MODULES
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CAFÉ PSY conversations
Do you have an innovative way of working, a new book or area of research you feel might benefit from discussion and collegial collaboration? If so come to these Friday evening gatherings where you can present theories and ideas or listen to others in a lively chaired discussion followed by drinks and music.
19.00 – 22.00hrs
Free to members
Pushkin House, 5a Bloomsbury Square,
London, WC1A, 2TA
7 February 2020 – Janice Hiller
Arousal, Kissing and Intimacy: A neuropsychosexual approach.
20 March 2020 – Roz Carroll
Embodied Practice in a Disembodied World
17 April 2020 – Laurie Slade
Dreams in Search of a Dreamer
Café Psy is free to members and is included in your membership fee.
Bookings are required to guarantee a place at each event due to limited places.
Certificates of Attendance are provided
YOUR OWN VIDEO LIBRARY
Enjoy some of our best talks, wherever you are. These videos will become accessible upon joining.
Treating Anxiety: a neuroscientific perspective
Dr Nessa Carey:
Epigenetics and Life-Long Events
Professor Jeremy Holmes:
A History of Narcissism and its Treatment: An Effective Clinical Approach
Dr Ruth Lanius:
The neurobiological underpinnings of social cognition in chronically traumatized individuals
Dr Pat Ogden:
Sensorimotor Psychotherapy: the Body’s Role in Psychological Healing
Dr Susie Orbach:
Inhabiting the Body: a Relational Endeavour
Professor Allan Schore:
Borderline Personality Disorder as a Maturational Failure of the Right brain
Disorganised Attachment as a Reframing of Borderline Personality Disorder
Dr Sharon Stanley:
The Neuroscience of Somatics – background and theory
Dr Donnel Stern: Witnessing Across Time:
Accessing the present from the past and the past from the present