Joy Schaverien | BOARDING SCHOOL SYNDROME DAY EVENT | THE SWINDON COUNSELLING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY CENTRE|12th March 2016
Joy Schaverien PhD is a Jungian analyst, psychotherapist and supervisor with a private practice in Rutland in the East Midlands, UK. Joy writes and lectures extensively on a varied group of topics including psychoanalysis, gender in psychotherapy, art and psychoanalysis and the psychological effects of boarding school. Boarding School Syndrome describes common symptoms suffered by those affected by early boarding. Originator of the term her new book is to be published by Routledge in June 2015. Based on extensive research with ex-boarders, in psychotherapy and in semi-structured interviews, it depicts the enduring psychological effects of this trauma.
Joy Schaverien, Jungian analyst, Boarding School Syndrome, Boarding, School, Syndrome, Psychotherapist, supervisor, Private, Practice, Private Practice, Rutland, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Author, gender in psychotherapy, consultations, East Midlands
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BOARDING SCHOOL SYNDROME DAY EVENT | THE SWINDON COUNSELLING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY CENTRE|12th March 2016

Councilling-and-PsychotherapyBoarding School Syndrome: Broken Attachments – a Hidden Trauma

Saturday 12th March 2016 – 10.30am-4.30pm
Alexandra House Conference Centre, Wroughton, Swindon SN4 0QJ
£85.00 including lunch and parking

 

The day will begin with an illustrated talk, which will demonstrate how this syndrome calls for a particular psychotherapeutic approach.   We will then develop thinking in relation to clinical practice working with other traumatised groups and individuals.  Consideration will also be given to parallels with children in the care of the local authority.  It is hoped that there will be lots of time for discussion of clinical work.

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