jung brevity forum: sourdough and therapy: synthesis at work
Members' event. Henrietta Rose will be exploring synthesis in therapy through the metaphor of sourdough.
working with addicted patients: theoretical and clinical issues
Members' event. This workshop proposes a psychoanalytic model to understand addictions, which has implications for how we treat our patients.
minding the gaps: culture, race and language in the consulting room
Kannan Navaratnem will examine the ‘Gaps in/between the identities of patient and analyst’, ‘Gaps in communication and continuity’ and ‘Gaps created by the immigrant analyst and/or the immigrant patient’.
jung forum: finding a wavelength : struggling conceptually and clinically to meet a patient
Members' event. Steven Flower will explore what happens when, while working with an unusually difficult patient, the pre-set clinical and theoretical identity prove inadequate.
bpf open day 2019
An open event for anyone thinking about training as a psychotherapist including taster session, presentations and exhibitions.
exploring gender diversity
Our developing understanding of gender development and expression reveals that they are far more complex than we have hitherto tended to assume. This conference is for people working in the therapy profession who are interested in exploring this complexity.
jung forum: can we think and talk about sexuality, fantasy and fetish from a jungian perspective?
Members' event. A talk focusing on Jungian approach to all matters erotic, fantasised, and fetishised - attempting to raise more questions than to provide answers.
audiences with authors: the place of the visual in psychoanalytic practice: image in the countertransference
With Faye Carey. The book explores the place of the visual image in psychoanalysis and psychotherapy, a still relatively unexplored topic in the psychoanalytic literature.
help me love my baby
In this talk, Ju Tomaz-Merrills will present the film Help me Love my Baby, a documentary about a mother and baby, filmed at the Anna Freud Centre for Channel 4.
one-day workshop on comparative clinical methods
Members' event. Laurence Spurling and Ronald Doctor will offer bpf members the experience of using the Comparative Clinical Method (CCM) approach in their everyday practice.