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NEW Online Lecture Series - 6 Lectures on Couple Psychoanalytic Thinking

Tavistock Relationships Authors Series - Six Lectures

Tavistock Relationships Authors Lecture (Series 1)
Introducing Couple Psychotherapy

Editor: Catriona Wrottesley

"We are the products of our relationships, and our ways of relating shape our world. Central to the psychoanalytic model of the mind … is that human nature develops … in fact, I think it is possible to go further and specify the centrality, in both our inner and our external worlds, of couple and family life."

Stanley Ruszczynski

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In this self-directed learning set of six online lectures with supplementary materials, you will be able to watch and listen to contributions by six Tavistock Relationships authors who have played a major part in the development of couple psychoanalytic psychotherapy. They introduce you to some of the key thinking around what underpins the Tavistock Relationships psychoanalytic approach to thinking about couple interaction and what enables and what inhibits or prevents couple well-functioning.

- Gain an insight into expert couple techniques from some of the premier minds in the modality

- All pieces have accompanying reading lists and support offline materials 

These pieces offer individual, family and couple therapists alike the opportunity to understand, explore and use in their study or work concepts and ideas employed in the world-renowned 'Tavistock Method' of Couple Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy.

You can purchase three months' access to this unique package in its entirety for the special price of just £95, for all six course components. Alternatively individual course components are available for £25 each.

Readers and topics in the package:

Stanley Ruszczynski - Couples on the Couch: Working Psychoanalytically with Couple Relationships

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Mary Morgan - The ‘Couple Analytic Setting’ and the Psychic Development of the Couple

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Warren Colman - The Intolerable Other: The Difficulty of Becoming a Couple

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Dr David Hewison - Shared Unconscious Phantasy

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Andrew BalfourSharing Psychic Space

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Dr Christopher Clulow - Interpretation in Couple Psychotherapy: An Attachment-Informed Perspective

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Online Therapy - How to make the Transition to Working Online and How to Develop Good Practice  

Online Self-Directed Learning with Study Support Materials

Three Modules.

(Total six Hours CPD)

Module 1 (31m) How to Make the Transition to Working Online and Good Practice. Price  £40
Module 2 (1hr 06m) Technology in the Therapeutic Frame: Getting it Right for our Clients £50
Module 3 (45 Mins) Reflections from Online Practice £45

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Many psychotherapists are intrigued about the possibility of seeing clients online and consider the pros and cons of offering online sessions. This workshop will provide an opportunity to further our thinking about the advantages and limitations of web-cam-mediated therapy.

After all, the field of online therapy "is so new that standards of practice and learning resources are still being developed. None of us has enough experience as yet to be definitive, but we all feel the need to open the topic for discussion" (Scharff, 2013).

Pierre Cachia draws on his experience in setting up Tavistock Relationships’ online couple psychotherapy service, which has been running since late 2016. He will share learning from his own practice, as well as that related to having supervised Tavistock Relationships’ online clinicians over this period.

The workshop, in three filmed sections, introduces both technical and theoretical aspects of online work. Participants learn how to set up equipment for a video session and how to address related technological issues. The application of theory will be explored with particular emphasis on appreciating the differences and challenges presented when working within a digitally-mediated therapeutic frame. The use of technique will be illustrated with relevant case material. Ethical and legal considerations will be highlighted with special attention given to the management of the risk inherent in working online. Participants will be invited to share their reflections, questions and concerns.

This online workshop is suitable for psychotherapists working with individual clients and couples as well as for trainees.

Payment provides the viewer with access to the material for 3 months.


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Sexual Psychosexual Studies: Sexual Dysfunctions - Female Disorders

Online Self-Directed Learning with Study Support Materials

by Linsey Blair, Couple/Individual Psychotherapist and Psychosexual Therapist

£50 for 3 months access

In this self-directed learning course on female disorders Couple/Individual Psychotherapist and Psychosexual Therapist Linsey Blair discusses a therapeutic approach to a range of related topics. In addition to the lectures a case study is presented, using the genogram as a tool to look at the issues involved.

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Psychological Processes in Divorce

Online Self-Directed Learning with Study Support Materials

Head of our Divorce and Separation Service, Dr Avi Shmueli, presents a series of three lectures in which he examines: The physical and legal processes of divorce including processes relating to children and couple functioning; and the impact of different types of divorce on couples. The course is designed to give the practitioner a useful and rounded perspective that will help them in working with couples going through the process of divorce and separation.

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 Tavistock Relationships 70th Anniversary Conference Recording

Tavistock Relationships 70th Anniversary Conference Recording

When We Talk About Love: Learning from Experience, Innovating for the Future (£130)

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This digital recording of the Tavistock Relationships 2018 conference explores what we mean when we talk about love, and consider the nature of intimate relationships at this particular point in the 21st century.

We look at what pressures are brought to bear on the couple relationship in the age of reality television and social media.

Presentations draw from two Tavistock Relationships books: A Couple State of Mind: Psychoanalysis of Couples by Mary Morgan, and Engaging Couples: New Directions in Therapeutic Work with Families, edited by Andrew Balfour, Christopher Clulow and Kate Thompson.

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The Impact of the Internet on Couple Relationships

Online Self-Directed Learning with Study Support Materials

Marian O’Connor (Head of Training for Psychosexual Therapy at Tavistock Relationships) and Professor Brett Kahr (Couple Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist and Senior Fellow at Tavistock Relationships) consider the compulsive use of the internet “being constantly drawn into the world of virtual relationships” and the questions this poses in regard to one’s capacity for intimacy within couple relationships.

This video seminar will be of interest to practitioners working with individuals and couples who are struggling to understand the meaning and management of the internet on their relationships.

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Developments in Thinking about Same Sex Parenting & Couple Relationships

Online Self-Directed Learning with Study Support Materials

In this self-directed learning course Dr Damian McCann, Head of Development Learning at Tavistock Relationships, Dr Fiona Tasker, Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Birkbeck, University of London, and Jess MacIntyre, Project Manager at LGBT Consortium, discuss same-sex parenting in relation to couple relationships.

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Parental Conflict and the Effects on Children’s Development

Online Self-Directed Learning with Study Support Materials

This self-directed learning course features Leezah Hertzman interviewing Professor Gordon Harold about parental conflict and how it can impact on on outcomes for children.

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