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RELATEDNESS, UNCERTAINTY AND ANXIETY: THE PRACTICE OF CONTEMPORARY EXISTENTIAL PSYCHOTHERAPY
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VENUE
Franklin Theatre
76 Portland Place
London
W1B 1NT
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DATES
Saturday 19 January 2013
SCHEDULE
09.30 Coffee and registration
10.00 Start
13.00 Lunch break
16.30 End
CPD HOURS
Certificates of Attendance for 5 hours will be provided at the event
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  • Self-funded: £120 + VAT
  • Organisationally funded: £180 + VAT
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RELATEDNESS, UNCERTAINTY AND ANXIETY: THE PRACTICE OF CONTEMPORARY EXISTENTIAL PSYCHOTHERAPY
A One-Day Seminar led by Professor Ernesto Spinelli
SATURDAY 19 JANUARY 2013 - LONDON
ABOUT THIS EVENT

Existential therapy assumes a foundational basis of relatedness (or inter-relation) upon all human subjective reflections (be they cognitively, emotionally, behaviourally or feeling focused) of lived experience. As such, the issues, disorders and dilemmas presented within the therapeutic relationship are seen as expressions of that client's ways of relatedness and are considered, examined and illuminated through the experience of relatedness within the therapeutic encounter itself. Equally, the issues presented by the client within a therapeutic relationship can be considered as experientially-derived relational challenges to that client's overall worldview. It is to the descriptive exploration of the worldview upon which a great deal of existential enquiry is focused.

This tripartite seminar provides participants with the unique opportunity to develop their understanding of the theory and practice of existential therapy. It will utilise various formats: lecture, discussion, experiential exercises, and exploration of case material that participants bring to the seminar.

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