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Wessex event: trauma handed down the generations: psychoanalytic perspectives
Saturday March 20th 2020, 11:00 - 12:30
Speaker: Angela Joyce
Chair: Kate Wright
Following the presentations for Wessex bpf “Help Me Love My Baby” by Ju Thomas Merills in 2019, and “Mothers accused and abused: addressing complex psychological needs” by Angela Foster in 2020, we are delighted that Angela Joyce has agreed to give this paper to continue the theme of the intergenerational transmission of traumatic experiences. In her paper she will consider how psychoanalysis contributes to the understanding of the ways in which individuals become caught up in repetitions of the traumas of previous generations. She will present clinical examples from across the life cycle.
The meeting will be chaired by Kate Wright. Kate is a Psychoanalyst in full-time private practice. She has a background working with children and families both as a teacher and as a Counsellor in the field of Autism and Special Educational Needs.
about the speaker
Angela Joyce is a Fellow of the British Psychoanalytical Society, an Adult and Child Psychoanalyst, and a Training and Supervising Analyst. She trained as a Child Psychoanalyst at the Anna Freud Centre where she helped pioneer psychoanalytic psychotherapy with parents and infants. She is Chair of the Winnicott Trust and a trustee of the Squiggle Foundation. She has published many articles on clinical interventions with parents and babies and co-authored The Practice of Parent Infant Psychotherapy (Routledge 2005 and 2016), co-edited Reading Winnicott (Routledge 2011), wrote the introduction to Volume 6 of the collected works of D W Winnicott (OUP 2016) and edited a volume of papers: Donald Winnicott and the History of the Present (Karnac 2017).
This event qualifies for 1.5 hours of CPD
Please note: This event will be conducted online, via Zoom, the details of which will be emailed to you one week before the event.
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