Roots of Psychopathology: Theory & Practice (London)

"DescriptionThis course offers an unique opportunity to explore, in depth, current concepts and observations of four of the most creative clinical thinkers in our field. The group of participants attending this program will have an opportunity to work closely with these leading clinicians..Each eminent speaker begins with a theoretical presentation and case illustration followed by an open discussion with program participants. Case material is presented by our main speakers, London therapists who are supervisees of our faculty.


After completion of this program listeners will be able to:

1. Discuss John Bowlby's Attachment Theory.

2. Identify therapeutic factors in psychotherapy treatment.

3. Distinguish normal and pathological narcissism.


Conference Recordings
format mp3 audio
Presenter(s) John Bowlby, Herbert Rosenfeld, Francis Tustin, Susannah Isaacs Elmhirst
Series Legacy, Psychoanalytic theory
Time 14 hours
Year 1984
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