Fortnightly Saturday Half Day Workshops
A series of six seminars and discussion on the work of Donald Winnicott. The course intends to provide an insight into some of his key ideas, with discussions of how they might be applied and with reference to specific papers. Topics for each seminar are: Early Development; Transitionality; Playing; Use of an Object; Illness; Hate in the Countertransference.
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Who the course is for
Anyone with an interest in Winnicott's work and how the ideas can be used in clinical work with patients. It is suitable too for those considering undertaking training or further training in psychodynamic, analytic or psychoanalytic fields, and for those working in mental health fields who are wanting to expand their understanding of these concepts.
British Psychotherapy Foundation, 37 Mapesbury Road, London NW2 4HJ.
The course will be lead by two members of the bpf/BPA who have a particular interest in the teaching the work of Winnicott. Participation by the course members will be encouraged so that we can learn from one another whilst discussing Winnicott’s concepts and their clinical applications.
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Coffee and tea will be provided
£230. Payment can be made by Cheque/Credit/Debit Card. Cheques made in favour of the bpf.
Or by Bank Transfer: The Co-operative Bank, Sort Code: 08 02 28, Account No. 68474694 quoting ‘CPD/9’ as reference for this payment.
All cancellations must be made in writing. Cancellations made no later then four weeks prior to the commencement of the course are eligible for a full refund minus an administration charge of £25.
For more information and an application form, please contact:
Sandra Pereira, MSc, Postgraduate & Public Courses Officer, British Psychotherapy Foundation,
37 Mapesbury Road, London NW2 4HJ Tel 020 8452 9823/ Fax 020 8452 0310
bpf courses qualify for CPD. The bpf welcomes applications from all sections of society