Minister for Families and Children, Jenny Mikakos, recently met with Dr Francis Macnab, to hear about the work of the Big Tent Project. Early intervention services for vulnerable children and families is a key priority of the Andrews Labor Government , who recognise “that high-quality early years services are vital to giving every child the [...]
Welcome to the Cairnmillar Institute Clinic
Better Mental Health Care
How Does Freudian Theory Fit In?
Psychoanalytic concepts and techniques are applicable to work with individuals, couples, children, groups and families. In this seminar participants will learn how to apply these concepts from a number of leading practitioners in the field. This is an excellent opportunity if you have always wondered how psychoanalytic thinking might add value to your psychological practice.
This seminar is for therapists, psychologists, counsellors, helping professionals and others interested in working psychoanalytically, or who would like to learn more about psychoanalytic concepts and interventions such as:
- Trauma and personality disturbance
- Resistance and change processes
- Using the transference
- Application to work with couples and families
- Public practice and unconscious processes
- Professor Suzanne Dean (Keynote): Engaging transformational change in therapeutic work with individuals, families and communities
- Ms Peta Welsh: On the horns of a dilemma: The problematics of working with narcissism
- Dr Helen Krstev: The difficulties in working therapeutically with adolescents. Whose resistance is it?
- Professor Jo Grimwade: Asymmetries of life: Body, omnipotence, and working with the family
- Ms Judith Cahill: The psychoanalytic influence on the approach of the therapist. Therapy with twins
- Dr Jon Kettle: Treatment, training, and love
- Mr Rudy Gonzalez: Recovery from relational wounds: Attachment and trauma informed practice with adolescents and young adults
- Mr George Habib: Anyone but me!: Addressing service resistance to address the patient journey within public mental health services
9.00am to 4.15pm Tuesday 4 August 2015
Venue: St Michael’s Centre Level 1 120 Collins Street Melbourne 3000 T: 9650 0411
Registration: firstname.lastname@example.org or T: 9813 3400
Registrants: $30 Donation to The Big Tent Project Students and Alumni: Complimentary 55 Year Anniversary Event