Date: Saturday, 7 November 2020
Time: 10am to 4pm
Speakers: Mary Morgan, Psychoanalyst and Couple Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist; and Catriona Wrottesley, Couple Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist
Fee: £118 (£108 if booked and paid for by 23 Sep 2020)
Venue: Hallam House, 56-60 Hallam Street, London W1W 6JL
Course code: SC14b
Our trainings take place on upper floors, from Spring 2020 they will be accessible by lifts with the following specification: Type 1 provides only limited accessibility for persons using a manual wheelchair as described in EN 12183:2014 or an electrically powered wheelchair of class A described in EN 12184:2014. This car accommodates one wheelchair user without an accompanying person.
This full-day CPD will examine the technique of interpretation in couple psychotherapy, and consider the range of interpretative possibilities available to the therapist at any given moment.
Interpretations can address various areas of the couple’s relationship, including their projective system, transference relationship, shared phantasy, conflicts, anxieties, defences and beliefs. They attempt to make conscious aspects of the couple relationship that are unconscious, or partially so, in order that a couple can deepen their understanding of their shared internal world.
Mary Morgan will present her views on interpretation, drawn in part from her authoritative new book on couple psychoanalytic psychotherapy, ‘A Couple State of Mind’ (Routledge, 2019).
Catriona Wrottesley will present a series of clinical vignettes to bring this material to life. A range of potential interpretations will be considered, with Mary responding to Catriona’s clinical material with thoughts about what might have been said.
The day is suitable for couple psychoanalytic psychotherapists and couple counsellors. There will be the opportunity for small-group discussion throughout the day.
If you experience any problems during booking, please contact the Training Administration team on 020 7380 8288 or email@example.com
Please note all bookings are non-refundable.