Conference: ACCESSING OUR PSYCHOTHERAPY: 14 April 2018



Key note speaker: Dr. Clare Gerada MBE

Other speakers: Katrina Ashton, Dorothée Bonnigal-Katz, Niki Reeves

In these days where access to any mental health care is so limited, little attention is given to which care might be the most appropriate for the individual. This is the environment where loneliness is treated with the same medication as epilepsy and somebody trying to cope with bereavement is offered the same therapy as one who has suffered physical brain injury.

Within a state where pharmaceuticals are offered before therapy and where all therapies are homogenized into one, this conference celebrates the pluralism of our College’s approach to mental health. We shall be hearing not only about some of the problems that beset our way of working but also some of the unique ways in which individuals have challenged the imagined rules to provide our model of psychotherapy to those who might otherwise never have found access to it.


 We believe that our work is complemented by our colleagues within UKCP and our fellow psychotherapists and counsellors in BACP and BPC and as such we invite all members of the 3 organisations to join us on the day. We extend a particular welcome to any students and trainees who might be starting out in the profession.

A detailed programme will be sent out shortly.  Tickets for this event will cost £40.00 for all professional members of UKCP, BACP and BPC and £30.00 for students and trainees. To buy your ticket please remit the correct amount to A/c 00029325; Sort code 40 52 40, with your name as a reference. Please email, to advise payment has been made with details of any dietary or other requirements to enable you to participate fully in the event.

14 APRIL 2018
9.30am – 2.30pm
Resource for London, 356 Holloway Road, London N7 6PA

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