winnicott's clinical relevance
A series of five seminars and clinical discussion on the seminal work of Donald Winnicott. Discussion will focus on how they might be applied in the clinical setting. The course intends to provide an insight into some of his key ideas and why they continue to be of such importance.
who is it for
- Anyone with an interest in Winnicott's work and how his ideas can be used in the clinical setting with patients.
- It is suitable for those considering undertaking training or further training in the field and those working in mental health who are wanting to expand their understanding of these concepts.
Topics for each seminar will include:
- Early Development
- Use of an Object
- Hate in the Countertransference
The seminars will be facilitated by a senior member of the bpf who has a particular interest in Winnicott.
Five seminars on a Saturday morning (10am – 12 noon) once or twice a month over a term.
To be confirmed
On offer of a place, you will be invited to register and pay via debit card through a secured payment page.
Please note that the bpf will not be held responsible for travel/hotel expenses made or incurred in the unlikely event of this course either being cancelled or postponed. See our cancellation and refund policies for more information.
how to apply
To apply for this course, please download and complete the application form supplied and email it to Sandra Pereira at SandraP@bpf-psychotherapy.org.uk
Alternatively, please print it and return it to Sandra Pereira at 37 Mapesbury Road | London | NW2 4HJ.download application form
Currently there are no resources available for this course.
The building has limited access - please call us on 020 8452 9823 to discuss your needs.
If you have any questions please contact Sandra Pereira, MSc, Postgraduate & Public Events Officer, British Psychotherapy Foundation, 37 Mapesbury Road, London NW2 4HJ Tel 020 8452 9823 Fax 020 8452 0310 E-mail: email@example.com.
The bpf welcomes applications from all sections of society. The bpf values diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
Image of Donald Winnicot courtesy of The Winnicott Trust - The Squiggle Foundation.