Psychotherapy training centre London, UK.
We offer a 4 year taught course within a 5 + year UKCP accredited training for people wishing to become attachment-based psychoanalytic psychotherapists. We also offer short courses and workshops for psychotherapists, counsellors and other professionals working with people. We have developed expertise in areas which include trauma, dissociation, addiction and disability. We organise short courses, conferences and events to support the continuing professional development of our members and others.
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Our journal: Attachment – New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis, provides opportunities to read about and contribute to the ongoing development of the attachment and relational approach to psychotherapy and counselling. We offer a referral service and clinic for those seeking psychotherapeutic help. We are proud to be and to work with a diverse range of people from all communities.
Our new 2015 Autumn Conference: John Bowlby 25th Anniversary Event An International Conference in Celebration of John Bowlby’s Work entitled “Attachment Theory – How John Bowlby Revolutionised Our Understanding of Human Relationships” There will be world renowned speakers including Allan Score, Susie Orbach and Howard Steele. It will be on the 19th and 20th September click here for further information.
Over 230 people attended our 2013 conference in April, entitled ‘Addictions from an Attachment Perspective: Do broken bonds and early trauma lead to addictive behaviours?’ with Edward Khantzian delivering the 20th John Bowlby Memorial Lecture and our 21st John Bowlby Memorial Conference in April 2014, ‘The Couple in the Room, the Couple in Mind: Reflections from an Attachment Perspective’ with Professor Sue Johnson as the main speaker was well attended and popular. details here.
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Deciding where to train in psychotherapy
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The Bowlby Centre emerged out of a radical development in the psychoanalytic tradition: an attachment-based approach, pioneered by John Bowlby, which emphasises our need for a secure attachment to others and the impact on us when early relationships are insecure, dangerous or abandoning. As a psychoanalytic school, we also draw on the importance of the unconscious and internal world. READ MORE…