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Event:Undoing Aloneness 24 June 2017

Promoting Attachment and Inclusion

UNDOING ALONENESS: INTRODUCTION TO ACCELERATED EXPERIENTIAL PSYCHOTHERAPY (AEDP)

With Angela Massucco and Fumie Kamitoh
 
 Saturday, 24 June 2017

In this one day workshop we will outline the four state AEDP model of change as developed by Dr Diana Fosha in New York AEDP is attachment based and experiential way of working with individuals that aims to 'Undo Aloneness' at the core of client self and fully encourages positive growth in their relationships.

News:Call for Papers: SPR UK & European Chapters Conference Oxford 2017

SPR UK & European Chapters Conference Oxford 2017

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

 

The Society for Psychotherapy Research (SPR) UK & European Chapters is hosting a joint conference in Oxford, UK, September 2017 and we are inviting submissions for the conference.

 

The conference will take place on Wednesday 20-22 September 2017 in the historic setting of the Examination Schools, in the centre of Oxford. The conference banquet will be hosted in the impressive Grand Hall at Balliol College.

 

The theme for the conference is: ‘Psychotherapy practice and research: Finding the common ground’ with

Publication of landmark psychoanalytic psychotherapy for depression study

A landmark research study has been published in the World Psychiatry Journal by the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Mental Health Trust.

The Tavistock Adult Depression Study (TADS) provides significant evidence for the efficacy of long-term psychoanalytic psychotherapy for NHS patients suffering from chronic depression.

Started over ten years ago, the study is the first randomised controlled trial in the NHS to establish if this type of psychotherapy can help people not helped by treatments currently provided: antidepressants, short-term courses of counselling or cognitive behavioural