CPD Event

Insurance and Risk Management

for Psychotherapists

Presented by

Jo Mountain Cert C11

Associate Director of Howden Insurance Brokers Ltd.

 

 

Participants will learn about:

  • Confidentiality and the Law

  • Clear contracting

  • Warning signs in assessment

  • Note taking and record keeping

  • Other issues; therapeutic will and expert witness work

  • What to do if it all goes wrong

  • Insurance requirements and jargon explained

    Jo Mountain has worked in the psychological therapy sector for over 17 years and been an insurance practitioner for 30 years. She deals with the claims and complaints received by therapist clients, and from this work has developed risk management workshops designed to reduce risk in professional practice. She wants to be clear that the session is not a sales pitch and she will be available after the session to answer any specific questions on insurance should they arise.

    Saturday, 6 May 2017

    Time:         Coffee 10:00 am

    Session:   10.30 am - 12.00 pm

    Venue:     AGIP, 1 Fairbridge Road, London N19 3EW

    Book your place by contacting AGIP

    £25 non- members, £20 AGIP members, £10 trainees. £30 on the door

    Tel: 020 7272 7013

    office@agip.org.uk www.agip.org.uk(via PayPal)

We are no longer accepting registration for this event

Event Date 06-05-2017 10:00 am
Event End Date 06-05-2017 12:00 pm
Cut off date 06-05-2017 12:00 am
Capacity 30
Individual Price Free

Mourning’s Dissonance: Who am I Who Mourns

and Whom do I Mourn?

Presented by

Mary Lynne Ellis

In this presentation Mary Lynne Ellis will explore new possibilities of interpreting experiences of bereavement. She will focus on the shifting identities of the mourner and the mourned and the relations between them.  She will discuss Freud and Klein’s contributions in the light of contemporary literary/autobiographical writing (Colm Tóibín) and phenomenological and post-modernist philosophers (Merleau-Ponty, Barthes, and Judith Butler). Her perspective emphasizes the importance of attending in the psychoanalytic relationship to the embodied uniqueness of individuals’ conscious and unconscious languages of mourning. She will explore how these are shaped by gender, race, class, sexuality, age, and physical ability within particular socio-cultural contexts.

The presentation will be followed by a short showing of photographs on power point from Mary Lynne’s exhibition Empty Shoes, Lost Ground.

Mary Lynne Ellis, B.A., Dip. Art Therapy, M.A. Art Therapy, Dip. Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, M.A. Modern European Philosophy is in private practice as a relational psychoanalytic  psychotherapist in London. With over 30 years’ clinical experience she has taught and lectured in Britain, Ireland, and Chile and is a training analyst and a supervisor. She is author of Time in Practice: Analytical Perspectives on the Times of Our Lives (Karnac, 2008) and co-author, with Noreen O’Connor, of Questioning Identities; Philosophy in Psychoanalytic Practice (Karnac 2010).

She is also a practising artist.

Date:      Saturday 3 June

Time:      10.30 – 12.30pm

Venue:    AGIP, 1 Fairbridge Road,

London N19 3EW

Book your place by contacting AGIP:

Ticket:  £25, £20 AGIP Members, £10 trainees.

Tel: 020 7272 7013

office@agip.org.uk  www.agip.org.uk  (via PayPal)

We are no longer accepting registration for this event

Event Date 03-06-2017 10:30 am
Event End Date 03-06-2017 12:30 pm
Cut off date 02-06-2017 12:00 am
Capacity 30
Individual Price £25.00

Hysteria, Hypnotism, and Art of the Fin de Siècle:

The Raising of the Unconscious 

Freud considered ‘The Interpretation of Dreams’ to be his most important book. It was published in 1900, the exact turn of the century and a period known in France and elsewhere, as ‘fin de siècle’. This was the time of the birth of psychoanalysis and of a new understanding of the unconscious. In 1885/6 Freud had studied with the famed and charismatic neurologist J-M Charcot, who was treating thousands of cases of hysteria at the Salpêtrière Hospital in Paris, often experimenting with hypnosis, a method used by Freud himself in his early work.

In this talk, with a full PowerPoint display, Lindsay Wells explores the cultural, artistic, and scientific environment of this time, in which dream, the imagination, and the unconscious were finding a new significance. 

Lindsay Wells is an experienced psychoanalytic psychotherapist, supervisor, and teacher. In June last year, Karnac Books published his novel (written under the pen-name of William Rose) ‘The Strange Case of Madeleine Seguin’, which is set in the period and environment described above.

Saturday, 1ST July 2017   Time: 10.30 am -12.00pm

Refreshment to follow

Venue: AGIP, 1 Fairbridge Road, London N19 3EW

Book your place by contacting AGIP:

£25 non- members, £20 AGIP members, £10 trainees. £30 on the door

Tel: 020 7272 7013

office@agip.org.uk www.agip.org.uk  (via PayPal)

We are no longer accepting registration for this event

Event Date 01-07-2017 10:30 am
Event End Date 01-07-2017 12:00 pm
Cut off date 30-06-2017 12:00 am
Capacity 30
Individual Price £25.00

Supervision Master Class with Christina Wieland
Christina Wieland is a psychoanalytic psychotherapist in private
practice and a member of AGIP and a senior member of the BPF.
She is a training therapist, supervisor and teacher and a Visiting
Fellow of the Department for Psychosocial and Psychoanalytic
Studies, University of Essex. She is the author of two books
The Undead Mother – Psychoanalytic Explorations of Masculinity, Femininity and Matricide (Karnac 2002) and The Fascist State of Mind and the Manufacturing of Masculinity (Routledge 2014).

Date: Saturday, Dec 2nd Time: Coffee 10 start 10.30 – 12.30
Venue: AGIP, 1 Fairbridge Road, London N19 3EW

Book your place by contacting AGIP:
AGIP Members early bird booking £20 by 8th Oct
£10 trainees,
Places are limited
Tel: 020 7272 7013
office@agip.org.uk
www.agip.org.uk (via PayPal)

We are no longer accepting registration for this event

Event Date 02-12-2017 10:00 am
Event End Date 02-12-2017 12:30 pm
Cut off date 01-12-2017 12:00 am
Capacity 25
Individual Price £25.00

Out of This World – An Examination of Suicide and Suicidal Thinking
Antonia Murphy
AIM: To engage our thinking about suicide for a greater understanding of this complex and frightening subject. Of interest to therapists who wish to be more confident in their effectiveness in working with the suicidal and to anyone who wishes to know more about this difficult area. It is hoped that those attending the workshop will empower you to intervene, support and work with, or simply stand alongside, those who are suicidal.
The workshop will explore:
What is suicide? – theories and ways of understanding suicide
Commonalities of suicide / myths about suicide
The suicide fantasy – examining the unconscious fantasy of the suicidal act
Signs and Clues – getting a sense of the suicidal mind
Exploring the consequences – when suicide happens
BIOGRAPHY
 Graduate of WPF; psychotherapist and supervisor, UKCP registered with over 25 years’ experience in the NHS, third sector and private practice
 Managed primary care counselling service in Derbyshire (1998-2006)
 Founder director of the Counsellors and Psychotherapists in Primary Care (CPC), responsible for professional training standards
 Long term clinical interest in working with suicide training in over 40 universities and other settings
 Author: several papers; author Out of This World – Suicide Examined (Karnac 2017)

Saturday, 10 February 2018 11.00 – 1pm followed by coffee
Venue: AGIP, 1 Fairbridge Road, London N19 3EW
Book your place by contacting AGIP:
£25, £20 [AGIP Members], £10 trainees, £30 on the door
Tel: 020 7272 7013
office@agip.org.uk
www.agip.org.uk (via PayPal)

Event Date 10-02-2018 11:00 am
Event End Date 10-02-2018 1:00 pm
Cut off date 09-02-2018 12:00 am
Capacity 30
Individual Price £25.00

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