Blog

13
Nov

A Century of Insight

This blog is by Archie, a 21-year-old psychology undergraduate at Bournemouth University currently on his placement year.  Archie is volunteering with us, as well as with Portugal Prints – an […]

16
Oct

Transgender and therapy

Bob Withers, an SAP analyst, describes his interest in working with trans people.  He will be speaking on the clinical implications of working with transgender people in a forthcoming talk. […]

04
Oct

Introduction to Jung: a weekend exploration

Come to  an innovative, residential weekend based in beautiful Grasmere in the heart of the Lake District Friday tea-time, March 9th through to Sunday brunch, March 11th 2018 Each year the […]

26
May

Coming to Rock Bottom

Dr Mary Addenbrooke explains why Jungian ideas are important in understanding addiction We need to talk more about – what makes a person who is addicted quit their addiction for […]

11
Apr

Michael Fordham prize winners announced

The joint winners of the 2016 Michael Fordham prize for the best articles in the Journal of Analytical Psychology are: Sue Austin, “Working with chronic and relentless self-hatred, self-harm and existential […]

07
Mar

SAP supports Refugee Council

Dr Alessandra Cavalli writes about the work she does with the Refugee Council to provide psychological support to teachers. In 2015 55 millions people were forcibly displaced worldwide. 23 millions […]

20
Oct

Temporality and Shame

Hessel Willemsen, a Training Analyst, describes the clinical implications of the relationship between temporality and shame Temporality is lived time, the time of our lives, and not the abstract time […]

19
Oct

Finding Attunement

Averil Williams, a member of the SAP, thinks about the value of music therapy to her work with psychotic patients As psychotherapists or analysts we often have experiences of working with […]

1 2 3