Events


The State We Are In: Psychotherapy for Interesting Times

The State We Are In: Psychotherapy for Interesting Times

July 1st at 1:00pm£20.00

Play reading and expert discussion starts with professional reading of Josh Appignanesi's new play, Well.Being, where rival therapists go head to head over dinner, exposing each other's limitations - whatever the cost. 

Followed by conversation between:

  • 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
Kings College Waterloo , Stamford Street, London, SE1 8WA
Adult Mental Health First Aid

Adult Mental Health First Aid

June 12th at 9:00am£217.00

The MHFA Standard course is running from June 12 - June 13. 

The sessions will be a mix of presentation, group discussions and group work activities.

You'll receive a MHFA Standard manual that you can take away with you at the end of the course and also an attendance certificate from MHFA England to say you are now Mental Health First Aider.

Kobi Nazrul centre , 30 Hanbury Street, London, E1 6QR
Mental Health in Primary Care

Mental Health in Primary Care

June 7th at 8:30am£240.00

Both the GP Forward view and the Five year forward view for mental health highlight the importance of integrating mental health and primary care services to provide better experiences and outcomes for patients.

This event will showcase some of the best practice taking place across England in integrating mental health and primary care, demonstrating the benefits for both the mental health and primary care workforce and providing more joined-up and holistic care for patients and service users.

The King's Fund , 11-13 Cavendish Square, London, W1G 0AN
Men Can Weep:  Children need emotionally available dads

Men Can Weep: Children need emotionally available dads

May 30th at 9:15am£100.00

Dads’ involvement in early years makes a vital difference to outcomes for children and their families. This one day conference will consider the evidence for why fathers’ involvement matters for health, social care and education services and then explore ways to ensure sustained inclusion and involvement of male carers in the provision of these services.

 

Following on from 2016 as the Year of the Dad, this event will hear the voices of dads and what fatherhood means to them, as well as explore the emotional challenges and opportunities that fatherhood presents. It will conclude by identifying practical steps for developing dad-inclusive practices for those working in statutory bodies and voluntary organisations.

 

South Suite Victoria Chambers, 142 West Nile Street, GLASGOW , G1 2RQ