Psychosomatic
clinical presentations and implications for embodied, relational psychological therapy approaches

10 June 2017

Psychotherapy & Counselling Psychology Reflections Research Centre 4th Annual One-Day Conference

09:00 - 16:30

Registration: 08:00 - 09:00

Regent’s University London
Inner Circle, Regent’s Park, London NW1 4NS

 

Who should attend?

  • Psychotherapists, counsellors and psychologists
  • Students of psychotherapy and psychology
  • Academics and researchers
  • Universities and FE colleges
  • Education authorities
  • Social services
  • Community safety teams
  • Community support officers
  • Criminal justice practitioners
  • Equality and diversity practitioners
  • Anti-social behaviour coordinators
  • Family justice centres
  • Family protection units
  • Health service professionals
  • Outreach and support teams
  • Community and voluntary organisations

 

Keynote Speakers

Professor Helen Payne

The BodyMind Approach: supporting people with medically unexplained symptoms/somatic symptom disorder

Nick Totton

Embodied symptoms as problems and as solutions

Professor Manos Tsakiris

The relational body: perceiving and representing one’s body in relation to significant others

 

Presentations

Dr Michael Worrell

Long-term health conditions and couple relationships: why there is a clear case for including the partner in therapy

Manuel Toren and Dr Maria Luca

The persecutory character of irritable bowel syndrome

Dr Katharina Lederle

An understanding of the science of sleep and how sleep may affect mental health

 

Panel Members

Dr Maria Luca & Professor John Nuttall

 

Click here for biographies and presentation descriptions.

 

Ticket Information

Book early to benefit from our early bird discount!

Regent’s staff, students and RSPP professional members: £60
(£50 if received by 30 April 2017)

Public: £95
(£85 if received by 30 April 2017)

Non-Regent’s students: £70
(£60 if received by 30 April 2017)

 

Book your place

 

View online or download the conference flyer.

Should you have any questions, please contact Shirley Paul at pauls@regents.ac.uk