The Guild of Psychotherapists are hosting an exciting afternoon of drama and discussion on July 1st, 2017.
Venue: Kings College Waterloo Stamford Street London SE1 8WA. Arrive at 1pm performance starts at 1.30pm. Panel discussion until 5pm.
Called The state we are In, Psychotherapy for interesting times, the afternoon begins with a vibrant professional reading of Josh Appignanesi's new play, where rival therapists go head to head over dinner, exposing each other's limitations - whatever the cost. Josh says that Well, Being 'tackles with comic aplomb the clash between cognitive behavioural and psychoanalytic therapies - and how these two approaches relate to the modern managerial State's desire to quantify and control'.
Afterwards, a fabulous panel of discussants respond to the play, bringing wide ranging perspectives about the most urgent priorities for contemporary psychotherapy:
Josh Appignanesi , Filmmaker (The New Man, The Infidel) and playwright
Haya Oakley, Psychoanalyst
Dr Judith Anderson, Jungian Analytic Psychotherapist, of the Climate Psychology Alliance
Dr Phil Mollon, Psychoanalyst and Energy Psychotherapist
To book tickets, contact email@example.com or 07833 746569, stating your name, contact details and the number of £15/£20 tickets required. Ticket prices are affordable to encourage a broad participation and any additional donations are very welcome.
As this is a fundraising event for the Guild's reduced fee psychotherapy clinic, underwritten by a few individuals, we would really appreciate you passing on this information to all your networks of colleagues and friends who would enjoy being at this innovative and exciting event.