The Dying Patient in Psychotherapy – A Study of Erotic Transference and Countertransference | 15th June 2019
This talk is based on the case of a client who was diagnosed with a terminal illness soon after commencing psychotherapy. Illustrated with pictures made by the therapist as a form of self- supervision this is a story of love within the therapeutic frame as life draws to a close. It is also a case study of boarding school syndrome.
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The Dying Patient in Psychotherapy – A Study of Erotic Transference and Countertransference | 15th June 2019

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The Dying Patient in Psychotherapy – A Study of Erotic Transference and Countertransference

 

Professor Joy Schaverien

Psychotherapist, Jungian Psychoanalyst

 

Bath Royal Literary & Scientific Institute (BRLSI) 16-18 Queen Square Bath, England, BA1 2HN United Kingdom

This talk is based on the case of a client who was diagnosed with a terminal illness soon after commencing psychotherapy.  Illustrated with pictures made by the therapist as a form of self- supervision this is a story of love within the therapeutic frame as life draws to a close.  It is also a case study of boarding school syndrome.

Joy Schaverien PhD is a Training Analyst of the SAP and a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Analytical Psychology.  She has published extensively including: The Dying Patient in Psychotherapy (a new edition is in press) and Boarding School Syndrome: The Psychological Trauma of the ‘Privileged” Child, (June 2015) which was a Routledge and Amazon bestseller.

Tickets at the door only: £10 (refreshments included)