Psychopathology: Theory and Practice II

Psychopathology: Theory and Practice II

With Module Speakers:
Michael KnightDr Richard SherryDr Carine MinneSian MorganProfessor Brett KahrDr Gwen AdsheadDr Phil MollonValerie Sinason PhDRichard CurenMarian O’ConnorDr Arnon BentovimDr Joel OberstarTamsin CottisDr Matthew Hagger,

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This new online module (offering 22 hours of audio-visual content) provides an in-depth introduction to the field of psychopathology. It explores a wide spectrum of psychological disturbances from the severe, such as psychosis, self-harm and the forensic psychopathologies, to more common forms of suffering such as affect dysregulation and psychosexual problems through the lens of depth psychology and psychoanalysis.





Michael Knight

Unit 1 – Basic Psychopathology

First, some thoughts and discussion about how we respond as therapists to a client at serious risk of suicide, a situation that tests the limits of the underlying robustness of our theory and practice and our relational resilience.

The main content of the presentation will then be on Maytree, a unique short stay (100 hours) respite (and therapy) centre for those in suicidal crisis, of which I was a co-founder, and the principal architect of its model. In