Journalists, researchers, television producers, and others …
… are often looking to develop and deepen their ‘stories’. SAP analysts listen to stories all day, and they have a way of bringing something ‘other’ into consideration.
There is a wide body of knowledge and resource among the membership upon which the media may draw – from neuropsychological (useful if you are writing about the modern development in brain science, genetics and similar subjects), developmental (which can elucidate aspects of the genius and the mystic, the victim and the criminal, the troubled and the terrible), and collective (developments in social trends, international issues and geo-political movements), to the mythological (how, as individuals, we repeat, illustrate and identify with myths ancient and modern), to name just a few subjects.
The real work SAP analysts do is about helping the individual become him/herself. This deep work may itself be of interest.
Among our members we have artists, medics, writers, businesspeople, musicians, social workers, the clergy, academics and ….. more or less any other kind of person you may care to mention. In other words, people who can speak more than one language and whose experience and expertise may be called upon to elucidate many subjects and issues.
In terms of a list we have individuals who may be able to help on the following subjects:
- Mental Health
- Fairy Tales, Myths
- The National Health Service
- Substance Abuse
- Eating Disorders
- The Behaviour of Children
- Sex and Gender
- Marriage and Relationships
- Art, Women and Creativity
- Bereavements and neo-natal death
- Mid-life crisis
- etc. etc. etc.
For further information please contact:
Tel: (+44) 020 7435 7696
Our members can provide supervision and guidance for counsellors, psychotherapists, doctors, clergy, personnel managers, and other members of the ‘caring professions’.
About the Members
All Members of the Society have completed an intensive training in the analysis of adults or of children or both. Many combine private practice with work in the NHS, universities and in a variety of voluntary agencies.
All members are registered with either the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy or the British Psychoanalytic Council as well as the International Association of Analytical Psychologists.