EVENT

21 CO-CREATIVITY IN THE CONSULTING ROOM

Thursday, May 18, 2023

SPEAKER

Rachael Thomson

DATE & TIME

Thursday, May 18, 2023

7:30 pm

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9:30 pm

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COST

£30

LOCATION

Online

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DESCRIPTION

In spite of our best efforts, we often do things that we later wish we could undo. Forensic psychotherapy is an exploration of how we can begin to make amends. In this seminar the presenter will address some aspects of the transference, and counter transference, and some developmental and attachment perspectives.

SPEAKER BIOGRAPHY

Rachael Thomson is a forensic psychotherapist, having trained at the Portman Clinic. She has been working with adult patients in the NHS for the last eight years, and has also worked in a secondary school, as a school counsellor. After an undergraduate Chemistry degree, Rachael worked as a management consultant addressing training, and change dynamics of multi-national corporations. She then undertook an MA in the Psychoanalysis of Groups and Organisations, focussing more on the unconscious aspects of organisational dynamics. Her orientation is Jungian, and her practice is deeply informed by Tibetan Buddhism.

READING

M, Kahn, Palliative Psychotherapy, American Journal of Psychiatry. 168:9, September 2011
H.B. Levine, Creating analysts, creating analytic patients, International journal of Psychoanalysis. 2010 December: 91 (6): 1385-404