Members of the CPJA Executive & Committees

Executive: Niki Reeves (Chair), Dr. Peter Nevins (Chair of Training Standards Committee),
Charles Brown (Chair of the Ethics Committee) plus five Ordinary Members: Keith Armitage, Katrina Ashton, Andy Cottom, Sarah Fahy and Steve Wills.

Ethics Committee:  Charles Brown (Chair) , Sarah Fahey, Alf McFarland and Adam Saltiel,

CPJA Training Committee:  Peter Nevins (Chair);  Keith Armitage; Katrina Ashton; Alan Lidmila;  Lynsey Hotchkies and Sarah Tucker

Reaccreditation for Direct Registration Sub-committee (RDRS): Alan Lidmila (Chair); Katrina Ashton, Alison Kings and Richard Jones

BJP Rozsika Parker Prize – deadline for submissions 15 October 2018

‘British Journal of Psychotherapy 2018 Rozsika Parker Prize: The deadline for entries for the 2018 competition, the sixth, is 15 October 2018. The competition is open to both students and qualified clinicians, in two separate paths.  The Prize commemorates the distinguished clinician and art historian Rozsika Parker, a UKCP member who died in 2010. In her memory, and in line with the BJP’s Aims and Scope, the Prize is awarded to authors who address questions of creativity in clinical or theoretical practice in psychoanalysis, psychoanalytic therapy and Jungian practice, clinical and applied. All the details are in the flyer. If you have any additional queries, please contact the BJP’s Editorial Administrator,


African American Jungian Analysts: On Culture, Clinical Training/Practice and Racism. London conference of the Confederation for Analytical Psychology, 13th October 2018

On 13th October this year, in London, the Confederation for Analytical Psychology (CAP) is presenting an unmissable and significant conference on African American Jungian Analysts: On Culture, Clinical Training/Practice and Racism.

Full details and how to book here. The speakers are authorities in their fields. The two guests from America have written extensively on the African American experience in training and practice, and in American society generally. The conference will also create links between this and the British situation in the same areas – including a special edition of Black Men on the Couch.

Please join us at what will be another CAP milestone event – and spread the word, and bring guests. We are particularly interested in the participation of members of the general public as well as from professional and academic communities.

Date and time: Saturday 13th October 2018. 9.30am–6pm
Venue: Resource Centre, Holloway Road, London N7 6PA (Next to Waitrose)
Cost: CAP members and concessions £50
Early bird booking (before 1st Sept 2018) £75
Standard rate £95

Speakers: Dr Fanny Brewster and Dr Alan Vaughan
Helen Morgan (Respondent)
Rotimi Akinsete presents BLACK MEN ON THE COUCH