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Psychotherapy and Psychodynamic Thinking Symposium

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Asa Briggs Lecture Theatre - Checkland C122

University of Brighton

Falmer

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This half-day educational symposium in Psychotherapy and Psychodynamic Thinking will be hosted jointly by Brighton and Sussex Medical School, Health Education KSS and Sussex Partnership Trust. In this intellectually stimulating symposium we bring together international experts in psychotherapy and psychodynamic thinking to examine how we can connect these techniques with neuroscientific research, clinical psychiatric settings and trauma services.

Professor Richard Lane will be joining us from the University of Arizona, where he is Professor of Psychiatry, Psychology, and Neuroscience, as well as the director of Psychiatric Residency Training in Psychotherapy. He will be hosting a lecture on ‘Memory reconsolidation, emotional arousal, and the process of change in psychotherapy’.

Dr Sue Mizen, a Consultant Medical Psychotherapist and SAP Jungian Analyst who leads the Devon Partnership Trust Specialist Personality Disorder Service will be discussing ‘Connecting neuroscience with psychodynamic thinking & The Relational Affective Model’; a neuropsychoanalytic treatment for severe and complex narcissistic disorder.

Following these talks there will be a panel discussion and a chance for Prof Lane and Dr Mizen to field your questions, before a mid-afternoon refreshment break.

Marcus Evans, a Psychoanalyst and Consultant Psychotherapist at the Tavistock & Portman NHS Foundation Trust will join us to share his passion for the application of psychoanalytic ideas to the treatment and care of patients in mental health settings in his talk ‘Making Room for Madness in Mental Health’.

Dr Joanne Stubley, a Consultant Psychiatrist in Psychotherapy and the clinical lead for the Tavistock Trauma Service, will conclude the afternoon’s speakers with the practical applications possible using ‘A psychoanalytical approach to trauma’, before a panel discussion and questions with Marcus Evans.


The full programme is available to download from https://sussex.box.com/s/o84t7hvsdpeg06ezu48o1zl0jt4eiy8i.


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There are significant parking issues at the University of Brighton and we strongly suggest the use of public transport - Falmer railway station and bus stops are within easy walking distance. For further information please contact neuroscience@bsms.ac.uk

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