BISR and CMHA summer school

BISR and CMHA summer school
Developing psychodynamic work with children and adolescents
The Summer School will be held in Birkbeck University in London from July 19th to July 23rd.  It is on “Developing Psychodynamic Work with Children and Adolescents”. The Summer School is intended for those interested in developing their skills and understanding in their work with this age range. The topics will cover all age ranges and the implications of clinical work with a range of difficulties clinicians encounter.
 
11 experienced and internationally acclaimed speakers will present their work. The summer school provides a huge range of rich learning opportunities through the many lectures, seminars and panel discussions on offer.      

Registration contact: Lily Zhou
Tel: 0086-13671313246 Email: npasdunit@163.com 
 

 

The conference will draw together a range of distinguished speakers who will offer lectures on their specialisms.  The topics will be a psychodynamic approach to development in the toddler period: trauma, observations from toddler groups, the latency period, specific adolescent issues, understanding complex developmental delays. There will be opportunities for participants to present their own cases to experienced supervisors


BISR and CMHA summer school on Developing psychodynamic work with children and adolescents

 

SCHEDULE

Date

Time

Speaker

Topic

Day 1

July 19th

 

 

 

 

9:00-9:15

 

Opening Ceremony

9:00-10:20

Viviane Green

Introduction to a developmental and psychodynamic approach to clinical work

10:40-12:30

Stephen Frosh

Post memory and trauma

13:30-15:00

Monica Lanyado

Mourning and acceptance through play in the treatment of traumatic childhood loss.

15:20-16:30

Monica Lanyado &Viviane Green

Case presentations (two groups)

16:30-17:00

Monica Lanyado &Viviane Green

whole group

Day 2

July 20th

 

 

 

 

9:00-10:20

Anne Alvarez

“Levels of intervention” in Psychoanalytic Therapy with Disturbed Children

10:40-12:30

Inge Pretorius

Toddlerhood. A developmental phase

13:30-15:00

Marie Zaphiriou Woods

Supporting development in groups for parents and toddlers

15:20-16:30

Three teachers

Case presentations (three groups)

16:30-17:00

Three teachers

whole group

Day 3

July 21st

 

 

 

 

9:00-10:20

Viviane Green & Angela Joyce

Assessing latency

10:40-12:30

Angela Joyce

Clinical approach the treatment relationship

13:30-15:00

Ann Horne

“Children who privilege the bodywho act rather than reflect” with examples from latency

15:20-16:30

Ann Horne & Viviane Green

Case presentations (two groups)

16:30-17:00

Ann Horne & Viviane Green

whole group

Day 4

July 22nd

 

 

 

 

9:00-10:20

Viviane Green

Adolescence. An approach through embodiment

10:40-12:30

Louise Phillips

Impact of impingements on the self in adolescent girls

13:30-15:00

Ricky Emmanuel

“Pluck from the memory a rooted Sorrow” Psychotherapy with a bereaved adolescent with an eating disorder

15:20-16:30

Ricky Emmanuel & Viviane Green

Case presentations (two groups)

16:30-17:00

Ricky Emmanuel & Viviane Green

whole group

Day 5

July 23rd

 

 

 

 

9:00-10:20

Lesley Caldwell

Winnicott: introduction to a clinical and theoretical approach (1)

10:40-12:30

Lesley Caldwell

Winnicott: introduction to a clinical and theoretical approach (2)

13:30-15:00

Lesley Caldwell & Viviane Green

Case presentations (two groups)

15:20-16:30

Lesley Caldwell & Viviane Green

Case presentations (two groups)

16:30-17:00

Lesley Caldwell & Viviane Green

whole group

17:00-17:15

 

Closing Ceremony


BISR and CMHA summer school on Developing psychodynamic work with children and adolescents    

 

                 Introduction of the Training Teachers

 

Viviane Green

  • Pre-Head of Child Psychotherapy Training at the Anna Freud Centre
  • London Supervisor for child psychotherapy at Anna Freud Centre and British Association of Psychotherapists
  • Course Director MSc in Psychodynamic Counselling with Children and Adolescents at Birkbeck, University of London
  • Vice Chair of the ACP (Association of Child Psychotherapists UK) Training Council Senior Honorary Lecturer at University College London

 

Anne Alvarez

  • Trained as a Clinical Psychologist in Canada and the USA before training as a Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist in the UK
  • An honorary Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist (and retired Co-Convener of the Autism Service), Child and Family Dep't. Tavistock Clinic, London. 
  • Visiting Professor at the San Francisco Psychoanalytic Society in November 2005.
  • Author of Live Company: Psychotherapy with Autistic, Borderline, Deprived and Abused Children, and has edited with Susan Reid, Autism and Personality: Findings from the Tavistock Autism Workshop
  • Has for many years been an appreciated teacher and supervisor in Stockholm, Oslo, Copenhagen and Helsinki

 

Ann Horne

  • London School of Economics and Political Science, U. of London, MSc
  • Experienced psychoanalytic child & adolescent psychotherapist; former head of a training school
  • Fellow, British Psychotherapy Foundation 
  • Senior member, British Association of Psychotherapists
  • Senior Honorary Consultant Child & Adolescent Psychotherapist, Tavistock & Portman NHS Trust
  • Expertise latterly with children/ young people exhibiting violence, sexually abusive behaviour, delinquency and otherwise acting against others

 

Lesley Caldwell

  • An Honorary Professor in the Psychoanalysis Unit at University College, London.
  • Psychoanalyst of the BPA, a member of the BPF, and a guest member of the BPAS, in private practice in London.
  • Editor for the Winnicott Trust; Joint General Editor of the Trust’s The Collected Works of D.W.Winicott (Oxford University Press?2016).
  • Training and Supervising analyst for the IPA's China programme.
  • Training analyst for the Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy Trainings.
  • Teaches and supervises on the MSc in Theoretical Psychoanalytic Studies and the MPhil/PhD in Psychoanalytic Studies in the Psychoanalysis Unit at UCL.
  • Honorary Senior Research Fellow in the Italian department at UCL;
  • Coordinator for AHRC funded project Psychoanalysis and the Humanities;
  • Editor for Art, Creativity, LivingThe Elusive ChildSex and Sexuality: Winnicottian PerspectivesWinnicott and the Psychoanalytic Tradition.

 

Angela Joyce 

  • Upheld the analytic tradition in the Child Psychotherapy Service and in PIP
  • Central figure in AFC clinical services
  • Pre-Head of Child Psychotherapy at the Anna Freud Centre
  • Adult and Child Analyst
  • Psychoanalytic parent infant psychotherapist
  • Child psychotherapy and parent infant psychotherapy to psychiatric in-and out-patient setting within an RCT
  • Teaching and supervising therapists and allied professionals
  • The writer of Read Winnicott

     

    Inge Pretorius

  • Representative for the tradition of Anna Freud
  • Proficient in child psychoanalysis, the history and thoughts of Anna Freud tradition as a toddler group leader 
  • Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist at the AFC
  • Manager of the Parent-Toddler Service at the AFC
  • Clinical Tutor for Psychoanalytic Developmental Psychology at University College London and the AFC
  • Part-time job in the NHS for Mental Health Foundation in West London
  • Published papers in the fields of molecular genetics and psychoanalysis

     

    Marie Zaphiriou Woods 

  • Psychoanalyst working with children and adults. 
  • Psychoanalytic consultant to the Anna Freud Centre nursery, and managed the Parent–Toddler Group Service until 2008 
  • Training therapist for the British Psychotherapy Foundation (BPF)
  • Teaches and supervises for the Independent Psychoanalytic Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy Association (IPCAPA) and the British Institute of Psychoanalysis Child Analytic Training
  • Co-editor, with Inge-Martine Pretorius, of Parents and Toddlers in Groups: A Psychoanalytic Developmental Approach (2011)
  • Child Psychoanalyst Member of British Psychoanalytical Society and The Institute of Psychoanalysis
  • Psychoanalyst Fellow of British Psychoanalytical Society and The Institute of Psychoanalysis

     

     

    Stephen Frosh

  • Founding member and first Head of Department of the School of Psychology and Department of Psychosocial Studies in Birkbeck
  • Clinical psychologist in the NHS
  • Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Vice Dean in the Child and Family Department of the Tavistock Clinic
  • Pro-Vice-Master of Birkbeck from 2003 to 2017
  • Academic interests are in the applications of psychoanalysis to social issues; gender, culture and ‘race’; and psychosocial studies
  • Chartered Clinical Psychologist, British Psychological Society
  • Member of Academic Associate, British Psychoanalytical Society
  • Honorary Member of Institute of Grouup Analysis

     

    Monica Lanyado

  • Psychologist and psychotherapist, was founding course organizer of the child and adolescent psychotherapy training in Scotland
  • Currently a training supervisor at the British Association of Psychotherapists. 
  • Joint Series Editor of the EFPP Book Series. 
  • Her publications include journal papers on many subjects, and the booksThe Presence of the Therapist: Treating Childhood Trauma (2004) and, co-edited with Ann Horne, The Handbook of Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy: Psychoanalytic Approaches (1999, 2008 second edition (in press), and A Question of Technique (2006).

     

    Ricky Emanuel

  • Consultant child and adolescent psychotherapist and head of child psychotherapy services who trained at the Tavistock Clinic in London
  • Worked as Head of Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy Services in a London Teaching hospital The Royal Free Hospital
  • Interests are in trauma, bereavement and eating disorders as well as neuro-psychoanalysis and the application of mindfulness to psychotherapy practice
  • Was clinical lead for Camden PCT working to commission CAMHS services in Camden.
  • Has a private practice of adults and marital couples and teaches at the Tavistock Clinic, Birmingham Trust for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy as well as in Florence Italy 
  • His main areas of expertise are in the areas of trauma, bereavement, eating disorders, neuro-psychoanalysis and the application of mindfulness to psychotherapy practice.
  • His lectures and teaches widely in the UK and abroad and published a number of peer reviewed articles and book chapters. His book Anxiety was published in 2000 ( Icon books ).

     

    Louise Phillips

    • Lecturer of psychoanalytic counseling and treatment for master students in Birkbeck School of University College London
    • Psychotic therapist for children for British National Health Service(NHS)
    • Psychotic therapist of children and adolescence

 

When
7/19/2019 - 7/23/2019
Where
Birkbeck University LONDON United Kingdom