ACP member has edited a new book on research called 'Essential Research Findings in Child and Adolescent Counselling and Psychotherapy', published... More
Christina Moutsou – Maternal subjectivity
Dr Moutsou’s latest book, The Mother in Psychoanalysis and beyond: Matricide and Maternal Subjectivity, ed. with Rosalind Mayo, has recently been published by Routledge.
Prophecy Coles – The Second Mother: Nannies, nurses and stepmothers
Dr Coles has written a series of well-received books from a psychoanalytic perspective on a range of topics including sibling relationships and intergenerational trauma.
Pamela Wyndham-Stewart – Mothers and babies in prison: collision of internal and external worlds
Pamela Wyndham-Stewart has written and lectured extensively on her experience of working with mothers and babies in prison. She has recently contributed a chapter on this topic to Surviving the early years, edited by Stella Acquarone (Karnac, 2016).
Colette Salkeld, Franca Brenninkmeyer and Maeja Raicar - Adoption and fostering: Forming new attachments
Franca Brenninkmeyer is Head of the Child and Family Service at PAC-UK (formerly the Post-Adoption Centre); Colette Salkeld is a music therapist with a special interest in adoption; and Maeja Raicar is a therapist and author of Child-Centred Attachment Therapy, (Karnac, 2009). The three presenters collaborated on a chapter in Surviving the early years, edited by Stella Acquarone (Karnac, 2016).
Venue: Winston House, 3 Bedford Square, London WC1B 3RA
Cost: £95 (£65 for holders of a student card or trainees on a related course) CPD: Credits available
To book a place, please call 020 7433 3112 or email: trainings@infantmentalhealth.