Projective identification

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27th April 2024, 10.00am - 12.00pm
Counsellors and trainees
£40 plus booking fee

Projective Identification is one of the more complex unconscious processes and can be difficult to understand; largely because this process is located in the unconscious of the therapist at the beginning stages of Projective Identification, and when made conscious, it can be hard to put into words and then what should a therapist do with this understanding?

This talk aims to help therapists have a more confident understanding of the theory behind projective identification and through clinical examples understand what it may look like in the therapy and how we can use this unconscious process to deepen our understanding of our clients.

About the speakers

Louisa Grundy and Sam Elderfield are experienced practitioners with successful private practices in Hertfordshire. They are both supervisors and over the years have also worked within different areas of the profession: within secondary schools, University, GP surgeries and AQP work as well as Employment Assisted Programmes and Private Health Care and Education.

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Note to attendees

The content in this webinar is prepared for information purposes only. The webinar is not designed as a treatment for individuals experiencing a mental health condition. Nothing in this webinar should be viewed as a substitute for professional advice (including without limitation medical advice). 

When asking questions during the webinar that may include clinical references, please make sure that client confidentiality is maintained at all times.

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