COVID-19 Seminars

Working Online at Psychological Depth: A Critical Approach Addressing the Challenges and Opportunities

Therapy In The Time Of Covid-19

Recorded Monday 8 June 2020

This series of seminars examines the impact of the current Covid-19 crisis on individuals, couples and families through the eyes of practitioners as we navigate this unprecedented and surreal shift in our lives.

Our speakers will explore the emotional meanings of being in lockdown, the reforming of one’s sense of self within states of isolation, or in relationships with sudden intensified intimacy. As attachment issues become more acutely felt, where life-threatening levels of danger are encountered, where jobs have been lost, livelihoods disrupted, relationships frayed, loved ones lost, these enormous pressures on the psyche are inevitably a new focus of therapy.

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SPEAKERS

Dr Aaron Balick,

FULL PROGRAMME

Working Online at Psychological Depth: A Critical Approach Addressing the Challenges and Opportunities
Dr Aaron Balick

Since the Covid-19 crisis struck in the middle of March, talking therapists have moved their practices online wholesale and globally. While some will have had previous experience of online work, most will have had little to no training and may even have strong prejudices about working in this way. Working online is no longer a choice, but a necessity, and it is the duty of every psychotherapist to do so ethically, responsibly, and critically. In this workshop, Aaron will draw on his own research in this area alongside more recent work to enable therapists to make best use of their online practices.

FEES

Confer member:
£24
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Self-funded:
£30

CPD

A CPD certificate is not available for this Talk On Demand.

SCHEDULE

This pre-recorded webinar is 1.5 hours long.