This will be an opportunity to discuss the pros and cons of time limited counselling in an open forum. We will look at aspects of psychoanalytic theory relating to brief work. Members will be invited to bring their own case material and we hope to engage in a lively discussion about the uses of brief therapy in a variety of community settings. The evening will be co-ordinated by Caroline Rose and Caroline Payton.
About the Speakers
Caroline Rose is a graduate of the MSc in Psychodynamic Counselling. She has worked in the social care field for many years as a probation officer, a mental health social worker and as a counsellor in a community alcohol team. She has also worked in private practice. She is currently working as a social worker in the voluntary sector with older people and carers.
Caroline Payton completed the MSc in Psychodynamic Counselling in 2005. Since 2008 she has worked in Primary Care in 2 GP Surgeries in South London. Prior to that she worked in a voluntary agency and an NHS Psychotherapy Unit.
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