Recordings from last January’s conference Rethinking Existentialism in Psychotherapy are now available on the project YouTube channel.
There are audio recordings of the talks by Eva Koumpli on psychodrama, Rebecca Pitt on play, and Katherine Morris and Miles Clapham on the lived body, along with a film of the talk by Lennox Thomas on legacies of colonialism.
Rethinking Existentialism in Psychotherapy
Wednesday 13th January 2016
10.00 – 16.30
Montague Room, Senate House
Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU
Each session will include presentations followed by general discussion.
Arrival, with tea and coffee
Legacies of Colonialism
Lennox Thomas, psychotherapist and vice-chair of the Refugee Therapy Centre
Jonathan Webber, philosopher at Cardiff University
participants are to make their own arrangements for lunch
Drama and Play
Eva Koumpli, psychodrama psychotherapist
Rebecca Pitt, researcher at The Open University
Tea and coffee
The Lived Body
Katherine Morris, philosopher at Oxford University
Miles Clapham, consultant psychiatrist and Lecturer at the Philadelphia Association
Just £10 for standard registration, £5 for students/unwaged.
Registration is now open.