Geraldine Godsil

Geraldine Godsil is a training analyst and supervisor with the British Jungian Analytic Association. She has in the past been Clinical Director of a London based organization providing brief therapy to employees of various companies and worked for several years in the NHS in Yorkshire. She taught and supervised in Estonia for five years. She has an interest in representation and the way dissociation operates at different levels in traumatic histories. She currently works in private practice in East London and has a particular interest in supervising difficult cases both here and abroad. Her paper Residues in the analyst of the patient’s symbiotic connection at a somatic level : unrepresented states in the patient and analyst (2018 JAP 6-25) was awarded the Michael Fordham prize for 2018.

 

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