PCSR

Psychotherapists and Counsellors for Social responsibility

Past Events


9th November 2013 Occupying Our Inner and Outer Worlds

1st to 4th August  2013 Residential Ecopsychology Conference at Green and Away: Edge of the Wild 2

18-19th May 2013 Taboo! 6th Psychotherapy and Politics Conference

18th October 2011 Donna Orange in Discussion

8th-9th May 2010 Psychotherapy and Politics: Contributing to a Sustainable Society Co-sponsored by the Psycho-Social Academic Unit, School of Healthcare, University of Leeds; the Centre for Psychological Therapies, Leeds Metropolitan University; and Psychotherapists and Counsellors for Social Responsibility

Saturday 13th March 2010  University of Leeds and PCSR Debate on Psychotherapy Regulation Jonathan Coe Witness Nick Totton Alliance for Counselling and Psychotherapy

Saturday November 21st 2009  POWER IN THE THERAPY ROOM: A conference about how difference becomes oppression Keynote Speaker VALERIE SINASON "All animals are equal but some are more equal than others" WORKSHOPS on Class, Race, Sexuality and the Asymmetric Relationship
Saturday 19th September 2009 - Therapist In/to the community in a time of Climate Change?

  with Rosemary Randall, psychoanalytic psychotherapist, of Cambridge Carbon Footprint, and Sue Weaver, Gestalt therapist, organiser of first Transition Town project in Wales

  Saturday 20th June 2009 -  Hitting From Where It Hurts: understanding violent children and treating violent adults with Dr Felicity de Zulueta and Jonathan Asser
Promoted by PCSR in association with University of Portsmouth  Counselling Centre and The  Solent Group for Psychotherapists and Counsellors
 

8-9th MAY 2009 “Psychotherapy and Politics: Realising the Potential”
Glasgow, - What can counsellors and psychotherapists contribute to progressive social change? What are the politics of the therapeutic relationship? What can we take from counselling and psychotherapy theory to understand political processes? 

7TH March 2009 - The Psychological and Political Challenge of FACING CLIMATE CHANGE - The Centre for Psychosocial Studies, UWE (PCSR co-sponsored this event) Speakers - George Marshall, Paul Hoggett, Mary-Jayne Rust DVD  AVAILABLE

3rd October 2008 (held in conjunction with CAP, IAJS and the Relational School) Open Meeting on the topic of 'The Financial Crisis'. As with previous open meetings/forums on eg terrorism, Andrew Samuels facilitated a free-flowing discusion ranging from psychological and political analysis to reports from clinical settings to personal responses.

1st Sep 2008 The Relevance of Navajo Indian Healing to Analytical Psychology Jerome S. Bernstein

31 May 2008 Open Forum on State Regulation

17 May 2008 OUR SOCIETY’S SHAMEFUL DENIAL –THE EFFECT OF GOVERNMENT POLICY ON ASYLUM SEEKERS

July 2007 Living in the Borderland - Jerome Bernstein (www.borderlanders.com)

June 2007 Sharing the Load - Work discussion groups that really work with Joan Wilmot and Robin Shohet.

April 2007 Beyond the Superpower Syndrome - Robert Jay Lifton and Andrew Samuels

February 2006 Our Responsibility For War & For Peace.
Panel in Dialogue:  Arlene Audergon, David Irvine, Renos Papadopoulos, Gabrielle Rifkind.

February 2005
'Making the Sea Change' Ecopsychology Conference .  Keynote speaker Mary-Jayne Rust.

November 2004
Relationship & Community - see Transformations Spring 2005 (Publications page).

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