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Στα πλαίσια της συνεχιζόμενης επαγγελματικής κατάρτισης των συνεργατών του Ι.Γ.Α.Ψ ανακοινώνεται ότι οι επιστημονικοί συνεργάτες μας θα παρακολουθήσουν στο εξωτερικό τα εξής σεμινάρια
 
 Χαραλαμπίδης Σταύρος (Επιστημ.Διευθυντής Ι.Γ.Α.Ψ)
 
  
Friday 3rd and Saturday 4th November2006
Venue: Classroom 1.62, Franklin Wilkins Building on the Waterloo Campus, Kings College London (Nearest Station Waterloo).

Following the successful run of this workshop in Oxford last year, this practical two-day workshop, now repeated in London, will explore ways in which as CAT therapists we can access and influence right brain processes and work more proactively with the embodied mind. We will be focussing in particular on how our embodied awareness can add dimension and resource to our customary ‘mapping’ of problem procedures and their ‘exits’. We will also be looking at how to lower high levels of emotional arousal and influence dysfunctional emotional self-regulation through working psychotherapeutically with the breath.

The days will be jointly run by Margaret Landale and Eva Burns-Lundgren, Eva holding the CAT context and orientation and Margaret the practical focus on how to harness and integrate the resources of the embodied mind in our psychotherapeutic work.

Margaret Landale is an integrative psychotherapist (UKCP, AchP), supervisor and trainer. She has specialised in stress-related and psychosomatic disorders for many years and developed and run a variety of professional training programmes. Until 2004 she was also training director at the Chiron Center for Body Psychotherapy, London.

Eva Burns-Lundgren is a UKCP registered CAT Psychotherapist, Supervisor and Trainer and has run the Oxford CAT Practitioner Course for the past four years.

Day 1: Friday 3rd November

Working with embodied transference/counter-transference and developing a ‘felt’ awareness of Reciprocal Roles
Venue: Classroom 1.62, Franklin Wilkins Building on the Waterloo Campus, Kings College London (Nearest Station Waterloo).

Using practical exercises we will explore how to pay attention to our ‘felt sense’, as e.g. in embodied counter-transference. We will look at ways in which in CAT we can use this awareness to deepen rapport and name and share this information, when we feel stuck or are dealing with deeply held distress or role enactments in the therapy. There will be opportunities to explore this in relation to your own current clinical material.

Day 2: Saturday 4th November

Working with Breathing - Effective strategies for CAT therapists
Venue: Classroom 1.62, Franklin Wilkins Building on the Waterloo Campus, Kings College London (Nearest Station Waterloo).

Our breathing reflects deeply held emotional beliefs and patterns. We will be looking at practical ways in which we can help clients/patients become aware of these breathing patterns and discover their emotional ‘charge’ or meaning. We will also explore how this awareness can then be directed towards developing conscious breathing strategies, which can help overcome and release deeply held fear or overwhelming feelings and thus be potent techniques for exiting engrained RRP’s and TPP’s.
 
Τσιάκος Δημήτριος , Μπακρατσά Μαρίνα @ Καλουδά Μαρκέλλα (Επιστημ.Συνεργάτες Ι.Γ.Α.Ψ)
 
 
 
UNDERSTANDING MALE AGGRESSION.A CAT APPROACH.
             
A one day CPD training course hosted by the Association for Cognitive Analytic Therapy

Date: Friday 17th November 2006 10:30-5:00pm

Venue: The Franklin Wilkins Building, Kings College, London SE1 9NH

Nearest Station: Waterloo

Programme: This training day offers a hands-on experience of using Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) to help understand and work with the therapeutic and social implications of male aggression. CAT’s relational understanding of processes associated with harmful patterns of self management and interaction with others will be used to explore the role of aggression as a narcissistic solution to neglect, trauma and fragile identities.

CAT has attracted increasing interest as a versatile framework for working psychologically and therapeutically in forensic settings. Lessons learnt here have value in working therapeutically with masculinity and aggression more generally. CAT’s understanding is versatile in that it offers a way of mapping and tracking the interaction between aggression, male identity and group, cultural and institutional dynamics collaboratively with the client.

The day will do three things:

· Firstly highlight the distinctive features of Cognitive Analytic Therapy relating to the formulation and management of complex presentations associated with personality disorder. In particular the ideas behind Ryle’s multiple self states model will be explained.
· Secondly a particular framework, incorporating the multiple self states model, called the broken egg framework, for formulating and working therapeutically with the narcissistic and borderline features of male aggression will be described.
· Thirdly the basic methods of using CAT to work contextually with the social, team and institutional dynamics for case and risk management will be introduced.

Case material will be used and discussed both through small group supervision and role play. The day will end with an exploration of the potential for CAT to offer a general relational and management framework for a variety of clinical approaches and needs in working with men. The course leaders have worked together in recent years to develop a practical and relational understanding of the complex personality dynamics associated with male aggression.

Participants: The workshop will be of interest to psychotherapists, psychologists, nurses, psychiatrists, mental health workers and counsellors who wish to increase their understanding of male violence in the context of their clinical work. There is a limit of thirty places for the workshop so please book at the earliest opportunity. Some familiarity with CAT might be helpful but key concepts will be introduced and explained.

Contributors: The seminar leaders have worked together in recent years to develop a practical and relational understanding of the complex personality dynamics associated with male violence.

Dr Karen Shannon is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist working at Mersey Forensic Psychology Service. She has many years of experience working in high, medium and community forensic settings. Her interests in CAT are working therapeutically with clients with personality disorders, in particular those presenting with borderline, narcissistic features and associated offending behaviour in forensic populations.

Steve Potter is a psychotherapist working independently. He is an experienced trainer and supervisor in Cognitive Analytic Therapy. He was chair of the Association for Cognitive Analytic Therapy for six years and is actively involved in diverse clinical and educational applications of Cognitive Analytic Therapy

 
 
 
 
 

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