"A path to personal awareness and emotional health"
"The most intense conflicts, if overcome, leave behind a sense of security and calm that is not easily disturbed."
C.G. Jung


Date:                Saturday, 16th August 2014

Attendees:      Andrea Sowden; Sally Kester; Benna Warner; Tamara Cohen and Tony Africano

Topic:               Dr Sally Kester Presented


A Secure Base:  Clinical Applications of Attachment Theory by John Bowlby

  1. Lecture 2:  The Origins of Attachment Theory
  2. Lecture 7:  The Role of Attachment in Personality Development

The Neuroscience of Human Relationships by Louis Cozolino

  1. Chapter 13:  Imitation and Mirror Neurons : Monkey See, Monkey Do
  2. Chapter 14:  Resonance, Attunement, and Empathy


The PD format is essentially an opportunity for practitioners to share and discuss thoughts and ideas relating to any facet of clinical practice.

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From left to right in the photo:  Andrea; Sally; Benna and Tamara (Tony took the photo).




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