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How We Do Things: Implicit Cultures in the Analytic Encounter
25 March 2017
Wessex Colman event

CANCELLED

Warren Colman

Chair: Jane Johnson

One of the main benefits of analytic work is to reveal the ways in which we have been socialised into certain ways of being, thus making them accessible to change. These historical assumptions are as pervasive and imperceptible as the air we breathe. Thus, as well as the more obvious aspects of cultural difference, every human group has its own implicit assumptions, expressed in the subtle ways that people do things with each other.  Psychotherapists, too, have their own assumptive cultures, refracted through the socialisation process of analytic training. The meeting between the different cultures of therapist and patient can foster a greater awareness of implicit culture only if the therapist maintains a self-reflexive awareness of the cultural relativity of their own ways of doing things

Warren Colman is a leading post-Jungian thinker and clinician whose work bridges Jungian, psychoanalytic and relational approaches. He is a training and supervising analyst of the Society of Analytical Psychology and Consultant Editor of the Journal of Analytical Psychology. He teaches and lectures internationally and was a supervisor for the training of Jungian analysts in Russia. In the 1990s, he worked at the Tavistock Marital Studies Institute and published several papers on couple interaction, gender and sexuality.  Since 1997 he has been in full time private practice in St. Albans and has published many papers on the self, the therapeutic process, imagination and various aspects of the symbolic process. His recently published book, Act and Image: The Emergence of Symbolic Imagination (Spring Journal Books, 2016), draws on cognitive philosophy, archaeology and anthropology to trace the evolution of the human psyche via the use of symbolic communication.

Coffee at 10.30 am.

Accessibility

The building is wheelchair accessible and has a disabled toilet.

How to book

By Bank Transfer: The Co-operative Bank, Sort Code: 08 02 28, Account No. 68474694 quoting ‘WESSEX:COLMAN’ as reference for this payment. Tickets will usually be sent by email so please provide an email address or enclose a self addressed stamped envelope for a ticket by post.

Please email sandrap@bpf-psychotherapy.org.uk to confirm when you have made an online payment.  You will need to include your name, contact telephone number, email and professional association.  Please be aware that online payments may take several days to be processed.  We will confirm your place(s) upon receipt of payment.

If you wish to pay by cheque, please make cheques payable to bpf and post to 37 Mapesbury Road, London NW2 4HJ.  Please write event's reference 'WESSEX/COLMAN' on the back of your cheque.  You will need to include your email address in correspondence so that we can confirm your place.  Regret, no refunds.

 

 

 

Event Details
Reference Wessex-Colman2017
Start Date 25/03/2017
End Date 25/03/2017
Start Time 11:00
End Time 12:30
Price £18.00
Location The Barn, St. Michael's Church, Church Square, Basingstoke RG21 7QW
Venue RG21 7QW
Tel: 020 8452 9823 Registered office: 37 Mapesbury Road, London NW2 4HJ
Company number 8238969 registered in England and Wales Registered charity number 1150806