Meeting the Author- Dr C. Susan Mizen


23 Mar 2024    
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm


Bookings closed

Event Type

Interactive Zoom online event

19:00 to 20:30 UK time (20:00 Central Europe, 12:00 California, 15:00 East Coast)

Dr Mizen will present her Michael Fordham Prize-winning paper:

The Self and alien self in psyche and soma

Published in the Journal of Analytical Psychology, 2022, Vol. 67, 3, 774–795

This will be the third event in the JAP series in which selected authors present their papers and provide the opportunity to ask questions and to enter into a discussion.

Participation is free but restricted to psychotherapeutic practitioners.

Dr Susan Mizen is a Jungian Analyst and a Fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrists where she chaired the Psychotherapy Faculty Executive between 2014 and 2018. She chairs the Talking Therapies Task Force a collaboration of psychotherapy organisations making the health economic case for investment in intensive psychotherapeutic services for patients with severe Personality Disorder. She developed a psychotherapeutic day and outpatient programme in Exeter as an alternative to locked placements. Her Relational Affective Model is an analytic, neuro-scientific approach to therapeutic work with this patient group. She investigated the model in a neuroscience PhD at The University of Exeter which she has just completed.   She also works in private practice in Exeter as an Analytical Psychologist.


Bookings are closed for this event.