BACP Private Practice Conference 'Identity - can you tell me who I am?' - London, 23 September 2017
BACP Private Practice Conference 2017 - Identity: Can you tell me who I am?
This conference will explore a range of issues behind the question, including sexuality, gender, culture, bereavement and loss, abuse, and physical and mental ability. The emphasis will be on the issues you face as practitioners, and the newer challenges associated with our public and private selves: with social media, online identities and what lies beneath in the more private space of the therapy room.
Delegates can choose to attend two from a varied programme of workshops designed and tailored specifically for therapists working in private practice, including Mel Adisu on ‘the many layers of me’; Kate Anthony on the psychological aspects of online disinhibition and the effects on identity; Brian Charlesworth on working with a warrior’s identity in the therapy room; Debbie Clements on gender identity; Lesley Finney on archetypal defences and eating disorders; Jonathan Hartley on bereavement as a break in the ‘continuity of being’; Andelo Tabu Ngandi on spiritual identity; Tamar Posner on identity in later life; and Mary Louise Russell and Dr Gillie Jenkinson on helping ex-members of cults re-establish their identities.
Closing the conference as the last keynote speaker is Adam Pearson, Adam is an experienced speaker and gave a talk as part of TEDxKalamata. He is also an ambassador for Jeans for Genes.
Prefer to watch online? Join us for the webcast of selected content from this conference. Visit www.bacp.co.uk/webinar for further details.