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Saturday 17th May 2014, Bury St Edmunds
Presented by Sue Scase
In this workshop we will be looking at Emily Bronte's disturbing book Wuthering Heights from a psychodynamic perspective. We will focus particularly on the relationship between Cathy and Heathcliff. Whilst there are many themes to this text, we will be looking mainly at the concept of anima and animus and think about how this relates to our work with our clients...
Organiser: Sue Scase
We would be interested in starting a clinical reading group, open to anyone with a background in psychotherapy, counselling, health or social care, to be held monthly at the Practice rooms in Bury St Edmunds...
Or for information or to join the group email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Bury Practice is a group of professional therapists and has been established since 1989. The Practice offers individual and couple counselling, psychotherapy and cognitive behaviour therapy. It also provides counselling for young people 12 and over.
We provide facilitators for groups and supervision for groups and individuals.
We run regular training workshops and conferences.
The Practice is an associateship of registered psychotherapists who have all trained over a number of years and work alongside psychiatric consultants to maintain professional standards.
Our services are completely confidential.
All members of the Practice belong to either The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) or The United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP), and are bound by their respective Codes of Ethical Practice.