Is there a future for a unified profession of psychotherapy?
“Is there a future for a unified profession of psychotherapy?” one day conference on may 26th.
20th anniversary conference of the Society of Psychotherapy (SoP).
Is psychotherapy in the UK a profession, or is it a technique used by many professions, including counsellors, psychologists, psychoanalysts, cognitive behavioural therapists, hypnotherapists and mental health workers? Where does the answer leave private practitioners who may not have any other professional identity, or network?
Listen to what the leaders of the professions have to say, and put your own point of view in plenary sessions.
Date: Saturday 26th May 2018
Venue: British Library 96 Euston Road, London, NW1 2DB,
Cost: £90 full (£170 for two), £60 student
Book via the website below:
- Emmy van Deurzen (Principal New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling, and first chair of the United Kingdom Counsel for Psychotherapy),
- Maureen McIntosh (Chair of the Division of Counselling Psychology, British Psychological Society)
- Malcolm Peterson (Chair, Society of Psychotherapy),
- Martin Pollecoff (Chair of United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy),
- Digby Tantam (Director, Existential Academy),