Calendar

Please see below details of any event of interest to the psychotherapy and counselling community that is scheduled to take place in the East Anglian region. All educational events put on by the Zeitlyn Training Fund are listed, together with details of how to book to attend.

Contact us if you have a forthcoming event – a lecture or seminar, workshop or conference – that you would like to advertise on our calendar.

IN PERSON: Autonomic Countertransference – How we can learn from our own bodily reactions

(for online tickets see below)

Dr Rob Hale

Saturday, 9 July 2022
11am – 2pm

Tea/coffee from 10.30am

Friends’ Meeting House (next door to 69A) High Street, Saffron Walden CB10 1AA

£50 per ticket (includes lunch)

Dr Rob Hale wIII present and discuss a recent paper exploring countertransference in all its forms as a vital tool to the understanding of our clients and patients, particularly of those with a psychopathic psychic structure.

We recommend booking via Eventbrite using the link below, but you can also complete and post a (PDF) booking form to us.

ONLINE: Autonomic Countertransference – How we can learn from our own bodily reactions

(for in person tickets see above)

Dr Rob Hale

Saturday, 9 July 2022
11am – 2pm

Zoom Event

£35 per ticket

Dr Rob Hale wIII present and discuss a recent paper exploring countertransference in all its forms as a vital tool to the understanding of our clients and patients, particularly of those with a psychopathic psychic structure.

We recommend booking via Eventbrite using the link below, but you can also complete and post a (PDF) booking form to us.

Low-Fee Therapy

based in Cambridge, UK

Opportunity for 2 x weekly low-fee psychotherapy sessions in Cambridge with an experienced trainee.

Infant Observation Seminars

based in Cambridge, UK

Wednesday 12.45 – 2.15pm

These mother/infant studies are an hour’s observation weekly at the family home over a period of two years. Each observation is written up in detail and then discussed in a weekly group with other observers. The purpose is to learn how to observe emotional development in the infant and how to think about it.