This summer as athletes from around the world strive for excellence, we present a therapeutic model with ambitious goals. Therapist and patient work at maximum capacity to achieve both symptom removal and personality change. Video presentations will be used to demonstrate therapeutic interventions, and you will witness change in action.
This conference will show case short term psychotherapy for a broad spectrum of disorders. This is an evidence-based, cost-effective method of accelerated therapy which delivers in-depth results. Patients are helped to directly experience buried feelings and impulses, using a range of techniques, so they can bring about positive life changes. The theoretical foundation draws on psychodynamic principles and techniques, in line with principles of attachment theory and neuro-affective research. This approach is applicable to a wide range of patients, including those suffering from chronic conditions and personality disorders. Therapeutic results are outstanding at long-term follow-up.
Transform your practice through video based learning and witness character change in action through video recordings of clinical sessions.
To demonstrate the theory and practice of a range of Experiential DynamicTherapies
Leading clinicians in the field will each present a patient, using video segments of therapy sessions to illustrate the method and its effects
Amanda Jones, Head of North East London NHS Foundation Trust's Perinatal Parent Infant Mental Health Service, Honorary Associate Professor of Warwick Medical School and therapist in the award winning Channel 4 documentary "Help me love my baby" (2007).
The conference is suitable for all registered professionals and trainees in the fields of psychotherapy, psychology, psychiatry, counselling and allied fields.