Location: Friends Meeting House, 91 - 93 Hartington Grove, Cambridge, CB1 7UB
Date: 26 November 2011
9.45am - 12.30pm
Therapists and counsellors today very much need a theory and practice where the best of the old is conserved yet where new insights are integrated and used effectively. I will seek to show how minds may be changed by blending together the best of affective neuroscience, attachment theory, infant research, psychology, and ethology. I will argue that only when the new is blended with the old will we be able to offer a treatment that can meet the needs of our clients in an effective way.
Gambini (2007) says of Jung: “He followed the silk thread that united the physical and the psychic, he fought to envisage the unity that underlies perceptible diversities and dualities” (p. 364). It is that same silk thread that we must follow as we seek to bring the best of 21st-century thinking and research to bear upon the process of changing minds in therapy.
Margaret Wilkinson is a Professional Member of the SAP and member of the editorial board of the Journal of Analytical Psychology. She is the author of numerous papers and two books ‘Coming into mind’ (2006, Routledge) and ‘Changing Minds in Therapy’ (2010, Norton). She is in private practice in North Derbyshire, England. Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost: £17 including coffee
Venue: Friends Meeting House, 91 - 93 Hartington Grove, Cambridge, CB1 7UB
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