The Need to Forget: The Capacity to Remember

Saturday 13 July 2019 - London

With speakers Richard Curen, Dr Ronald Doctor and Katya Orrell

At this seminar we will consider two possible relationships to past traumatic events: remembering, and working-through on the one hand; repressing, disavowal and acting-out on the other, and how the tension between these can be skilfully managed in the therapy relationship. Memories are core to our accumulating experience of life, providing a sense of an ongoing self and meaningful continuity. They can make us feel comfortable with the familiar, and securely connected to the past, while providing a framework for the future; it is our collection of conscious and unconscious memories that, in part, makes us who we are.

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ONLINE BOOKING

Early bird: £100
Self-funded: £120
2 x Self Funded: £200
This ticket type is for 2 people. Please specify the name of the second attendee where prompted on checkout.
Organisationally-Funded: £200
Psychotherapy trainee: £80 (Limited to 10 places)
A psychotherapy trainee is someone undertaking a therapy training course of at least 8 hours study per week.
This event + the online module Trauma and Dissociation: £215

FEES

Handouts and lunch included
Early bird:
£100 (Available until 11 May)

Self-funded:
£120

Self-funded x 2:
£200

Organisationally-funded:
£200

Psychotherapy trainee:
£80 (Limited to 10 places)

This event + the online module Trauma and Dissociation:
£215

CPD

Certificates of attendance for 6 hours will be provided at the event

VENUE

The Tavistock Centre
120 Belsize Lane
London
NW3 5BA
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SCHEDULE

Saturday
09.30 Registration and coffee
10:00 Start
11:00 Coffee
13:30 Lunch
16:00 Tea
17:00 End