The Establishment on the Couch | 9th May 2015 | IN LONDON
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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The Establishment on the Couch | 9th May 2015 | IN LONDON

establishmentThe Establishment on the Couch
A psychological exploration of class wounding – in the consulting room & society

 

A 1 day conference led by Prophecy Coles, Nick Duffell, Steve Potter & Professor Joy Schaverien

 

Saturday 9 May 2015

 

Recent fears about the role of the establishment as an increasingly uncaring and un-empathic entity lead to question: what are the deep, psychological structures of those people who govern and control with so little apparent concern for those who have less – less money, opportunity, safety, education and cultural capital?

This day begins our enquiry into the psychological impact of deeply rooted inequalities in Britain, and the interpersonal behaviour of those who have experienced privilege and yet relational deprivation as children. We want to examine both the mind-set of entitlement on which this societal structure is founded, and its shadow of broken attachments, loss and abuse. How do we manage class issues in the consulting room?