Breaks In Therapy Working with planned and unplanned breaks in clinical work | 1st July 2023
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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Breaks In Therapy Working with planned and unplanned breaks in clinical work | 1st July 2023

Confer Logo for EventSaturday 1st July

13.30 – 18.30

A live webinar or In Person event with Charles Brown, Linda Cundy, and Prof Joy Schaverien

This conference will explore the roles and meanings of planned and unplanned breaks in therapy, how they may be experienced by client and therapist, and their impact on the therapeutic process.

From traditional five-times weekly psychoanalysis through to the more common weekly sessions, fortnightly or ad hoc appointments, the time between therapeutic contact creates structure, rhythm and space.

Pauses are an inevitable feature of therapeutic work, but it is important to reflect on how they are experienced by the client, many of whom may feel rejected or abandoned due to their relational history. A change of rhythm to the therapy can give us access to the client’s internal worlds and attachment patterns.

To see the Timetable for the event:

FEES

Bookings close at 9:00am BST Wednesday 28 June

Live Webinar:

£70.00 (Member £56)
This Includes a subtitled recording of the event and a transcript, with access for a year.

In Person:

£120.00 (Member £96)

Find out how to become a member

CPD Credits: 3.5 hours for attendance.