Work with Children and Adolescents
The aim of the seminars is to deepen the practitioner’s clinical skills in psychotherapeutic work with children and adolescents.
Practitioners will present their clinical work with a child or adolescent over the course of a year. The seminars cover the clinical implications of assessment of emotional difficulties of children and adolescents, developing skills and techniques in psychodynamic play therapy, ongoing work with parents, schools and other key players in the child’s life. Where applicable the link will be made to relevant psychodynamic and psychoanalytic theory.
The Clinical Seminars are intended for those psychotherapists who are working with children and who want to improve their clinical understanding and skill in child psychotherapy.
Participants are required to present their child therapy cases in the group seminars for discussion and supervision.