Please diarise these dates for Oct 2014 – this is a rare opportunity to
hear this well-respected speaker from the UK.
NZAP presents in Wellington
Disorders of the Self: Relational Trauma, Shame and the Sense of Self
Jean Knox, Oxford, UK
Dates: Friday 17th and Saturday 18th October 2014
Times: 9.30am – 5pm
Venue: Wellington CBD (exact location to be confirmed)
Cost: See below (includes morning/afternoon tea and lunch)
In this two day seminar UK psychiatrist and Jungian Analyst Jean Knox will draw together elements of contemporary Jungian and Relational Analytic models of therapy to offer important insights into understanding and working with people who have been traumatised and/or have a disorder of the self. She will also draw extensively on current neuroscientific insights into developmental processes and trauma to offer a model of psychotherapy that specifically addresses the needs of these clients.
The seminar will comprise a series of presentations interspersed with large and small group discussions where attendees will have opportunities to explore how they might apply this information and related insights in their own clinical work.
Jean’s presentations will draw on attachment theory, relational therapy/analysis and developmental and neuroscience research to offer a contemporary Jungian approach to understanding and working clinically with disorders of the self, illustrated with clinical vignettes from her own practice
Dr Jean Knox is a psychiatrist and Jungian analyst in private practice in Oxford. She is a Training Analyst of the Society of Analytical Psychology, a Senior Member of the British Association of Psychotherapists, Consultant Editor of the Journal of Analytical Psychology and Associate Professor in Clinical Training in the Department of Psychology at Exeter University. She has written and taught extensively on the relevance of attachment theory and developmental neuroscience to Jungian theory and practice. Her books are: Archetype, Attachment, Analysis: Jungian Psychology and the Emergent Mind (published by Brunner- Routledge in 2003) and Self-Agency in Psychotherapy: Attachment, Autonomy and Intimacy (published by WW Norton in 2010).
Price incl. GST (after 30/06/2014) Discounted if paid by 30/06/2014
NZAP members $345 $295
Non-members $395 $345
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EATING DISORDERS AND OBESITY CONFERENCE UPDATE
We are pleased to announce the following keynotes have now confirmed and will be joining the rest of our keynotes for the upcoming Eating Disorders and Obesity Conference - A Shared Approach: Assessment, Prevention & Treatment.
Ms Anita Cochrane
Clinical Psychologist (AHPRA), Accredited Practising Dietitian
Professor Stephen J Simpson
FAA FRS, ARC Laureate Fellow, School of Biological Sciences,
Academic Director, The Charles Perkins Centre
Ms Kim Hurst
Senior Psychologist, Eating Disorder Program
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION NOW OPEN
If you would like to present at the conference, we invite you to submit an abstract addressing one of the following program streams;
Early Diagnosis and Patient Management
Research and Genetics
Treatment, Recovery and Maintenance
Life Cycle Factors
Surgical Solutions and Outcomes
Nutrition, Lifestyle and Exercise
Body Image and Self Esteem
Abstracts will be reviewed by the Conference Program Committee and selected to provide a program that offers a comprehensive and diverse treatment of issues related to the conference theme- A Shared Approach: Assessment, Prevention and Treatment.
To submit your abstract, please visit this page on the Conference website and follow the instructions.
Abstracts close: 31 January 2014
Notification to Authors: 14 February 2014
Draft Program available: 10 March 2014
Early Bird Registration Ends: 17 April 2014
Eating Disorders & Obesity Conference: A Shared Approach: Assessment, Prevention and Treatment
26 May - 27 May 2014 l QT Hotel, Surfers Paradise, QLD
P: 07 5502 2068 l F: 07 5527 3298
Connect with us: ￼ ￼ Eating Disorder and Obesity Conference - 2014, Phone: (61 7) 5502 2068, Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
The introductory Foundation course is especially designed for a range of health professionals including psychologists, counsellors and psychotherapists, medical and nursing practitioners and other allied health professionals with an interest in sexuality.
The course aims to facilitate participants in developing their skills in understanding sexuality and sexual difficulties as well as confidence and competence in raising these issues within their professional practice. The course is a distillation of the international sex therapy literature and practice into an approach that works for New Zealanders.
Thursday 21 - Friday 22 November 2013
School of Population Health Tāmaki Innovation Campus
261 Morrin Road, Glen Innes, Auckland
See flyer for more information...
An upcoming training that may be of interest to members:
Exploring the Energetics of Therapeutic Presence Navigating the Inter-Relational Field of Shared Presence with our Clients and inside our Relationships
with Karen Whalen, Ph.D, and assisted by Jacinda Doogue
Sat 25 January – Sun 26 January, 2014
Location: Home of Compassion, Island Bay, Wellington (accommodation available)
Please download flyer for more information