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8th PCSR Psychotherapy & Politics Conference: Reaching Out: Therapy in Unconventional Settings

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8th PCSR Psychotherapy & Politics Conference: Reaching Out: Therapy in Unconventional Settings

Time: May 9, 2015 from 9:30am to 5:30pm
Location: NCVO
Website or Map: http://www.ncvo-vol.org.uk/co…
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Sissy Lykou
Latest Activity: May 2, 2015

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Join us to question the idea that there are 'hard to reach clients' and explore the difficulties that therapists have in providing therapy outside their protected office environments so that more people can access therapy.
 
The conference will include: 
 
--keynotes from Camila Batmanghelidjh (Kids Company) and Philippa Perry (psychotherapist);
--a diverse programme of workshops;
--the chance to meet other interested practitioners;
To find out more and/or join PCSR—Psychotherapists and Counsellors for Social Responsibility: http://pcsr-uk.ning.com/
 
Information and booking:
For booking information please email Sissy Lykou and Nick Davis: pcsrevents@gmail.com (booking form attached)
Costs: £90 full price/£80 for PCSR members/£50 for students, trainees, those on a low wage/unwaged/on benefits.
 
Early bird discount: £10 off the rates above will be available until 30th March—please indicate the amount you’re paying on the booking form.

 
Workshops:

Jayne Johnson and Katherine Barton : Inside and Outside: A client and therapist offer their experiences of working together in unconventional settings. 

Paul Atkinson: The Gift (On the relationship between gift exchange and market exchange in therapeutic practice).

Liz Blakey: Community based counselling project, established in response to a number of completed suicides

Sally Read: Psychotherapy with people who are homeless.

Mick Cooper: Counselling for young people and young adults in the voluntary and community sector: Outcomes and demographics from a practice research network

Valerie Walkerdine and David Studdert: 'Who and what is hard to reach?'

Peter Jusik: Potential of school corridors for therapeutic encounters

Philippa Weitz: Working online therapeutically: the power of the relational

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Comment by Sissy Lykou on February 27, 2015 at 16:18

Great! Looking forward to meeting you Evonne! 

P.S: Don't forget to book your place.

Comment by Evonne Cameron-Phillips on February 27, 2015 at 15:59

i will be coming along and looking forward to the conference

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