|Date(s)||19th October 2019|
|Start time||10:45 am|
|End time||12:30 am|
About this training
A psychodynamic seminar presented by Ann Horne and open to all with an interest in how psychodynamic ideas inform thinking and working. The seminar is one of a monthly series whose aim is to provide a supportive and inclusive learning environment for the discussion of both theory and practice. Those who attend are from a variety of professional backgrounds but have in common a commitment to psychodynamic thinking.
Ann Horne trained as a child and adolescent psychotherapist in the Independent tradition at the British Association of Psychotherapists where she served terms of office as head of the training and later of post-graduate development for child psychotherapists. A Fellow of the BPF which she represents on the Board of the British Journal of Psychotherapy, she is retired from clinical work but teaches, writes and presents.
She has a particular interest in the child’s use of the body in delinquency, abusing or seemingly seeking perverse solutions.
Dewars Centre, Perth, Scotland
If you are interested in attending any of the presentations please contact our Membership Secretary Kate Cullen on 01592 564791 or email [email protected]