Date: Saturday, September 23rd 2017
Time: 10:00am - 4:00pm
Trainer: Madeleine Woof is an individual and couple psychoanalytic psychotherapist.
Venue: Tavistock Relationships, 70 Warren Street, London W1T 5PB
Fees: £118 (£108 if booked and paid for by 12 August 2017)
Course code: SC4
*This event is currently full. However, you can register now and get added to a waiting list. You will be notified if spaces become available.
This course is suitable for individual and couple psychotherapists, social workers, family support workers, health visitors, midwives, people interested in learning more about developments in Attachment Theory.
- How do infants, children and adults adapt to danger and their need for comfort and protection, in their particular partnership/family?
- How do strategies develop throughout the lifecycle?
- A developmental perspective can help therapists and practitioners communicate with their adult clients because it makes maladaptive behaviour meaningful.
Drawing on research and the work of clinicians, including Crittenden and Schore, this training will outline a developmental model of attachment and adaptation which increases therapists and practitioners understanding of the dynamics in couples and families.
In addition, a developmental perspective can help therapists and practitioners communicate with their adult clients because it makes maladaptive behaviour meaningful and can lead to more effective interventions.
If you experience any problems during the application process, please contact the Training Administration team on 020 7380 8288 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note all bookings are non-refundable.