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Time: 8.30-10.00 pm.
This Lecture forms part of the Clinical and Theoretical Seminars (CTS) Course. Theoretical lectures can be applied for on a single or multiple basis.
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Speaker: Stan Ruszczynski
Disturbing and Disturbed: Working with patients who arouse difficult feelings. In this presentation the speaker will address the nature of the clinical experience of working with what are often called complex and disturbed patients/clients. Such patients may be known to forensic mental health or to the criminal justice system, but may be part of the work of all care services. He will describe and discuss how the disturbance aroused in others, as is often associated with these patients/clients, in the community, in services and in clinicians, is an inevitable manifestation of the nature of these patients' psychological make up. Further he will discuss how it is possible to take a clinical stance in relation to this dynamic which may become a central feature in the management or treatment of such patients.
About the speaker
Stan Ruszczynski is a psychoanalyst (British Psychoanalytic Association) and is the Clinical Director of the Portman Clinic (Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust, London), an outpatient clinic offering treatment to patients who are disturbed by their delinquency, criminality, violence and/or sexually damaging behaviours. In addition to his clinical and teaching activities, he undertakes clinical and organizational consultancy in probation, prison and secure hospital settings, his area of special interest. He is the co-editor (with David Morgan) of 'Lectures on violence, perversion and delinquency' (Karnac Books, 2007), as well as the author of a number of journal articles and book chapters. He also has a private analytic practice.
About the theoretical lectures
A series of theoretical lectures covering a broad range of themes in psychoanalysis given by Training and Senior psychoanalysts. It forms part of the BPA Clinical and Theoretical Seminars (CTS): Lectures and Clinical Discussion Groups (CDGs) running from September 2016 to July 2017. The next lecture takes place on 21 June 2017 - Psychoanalysis and (psychoanalytic) psychotherapy with Helen Alfille.
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Cost: £35 per lecture payable upon application. click to pay for lecture of the week on 07.06.17
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