We continually interact with and relate to others on multiple levels throughout our private and professional lives. The powerful feelings evoked by being inside/outside of a group are steeped in meaning and applicable to us all. As psychiatrists and therapists, who also work within organizations and teams, we witness the harmful effects of social isolation and exclusion affecting many of our patients and understand the importance of relationships and social contact in the healing process. Group therapy can become a source of real transformation.
Speakers include Professor Eric Vermetten, Dr Neil Kitchiner, Morris Nitsun, David Morgan, Gabrielle Rifkind, Dr Eliat Aram, Dr Az Hakeem, Dr Jan Birtle, Pippa Hockton, Rachel Collins-White, Sheila Ritchie, Dr Steve Pearce, Dr Earl Hopper, Dr Jale Cilasun and Dr Jon Goldin (after dinner speaker).
Large group coordinator Dr John Hook.
Conference Committee; Dr Maria Eyres, academic secretary, Dr Jo O’Reilly, Dr Haroula Konstantinidou, Dr Matteo Pizzo.
Standard rate - Whole (Wed- Fri ) £420
Standard rate - Thur or Fri £200
Standard rate - Wed only £50
Retired rate - Whole (Wed- Fri) £240
Retired rate - Thur or Fri £105
Retired rate - Wed only £50
Trainee rate - Whole (Wed- Fri) £240
Trainee rate - Thur or Fri £105
Trainee rate - Wed only £50
Medical student rate -Whole (Wed- Fri) £90
Medical student rate - Thur or Fri £40
Medical student rate - Wed only £40
Conference dinner: £50
This will be available early 2019.
The programme is now available to download
Wednesday 10 April: Professor Eric Vermetten and Dr Neil Kitchiner
Thursday 11 April: Morris Nitsun, Dr David Morgan, Gabrielle Rifkind and Dr Eliat Aram.
Dr Jon Goldin is the after dinner speaker at the conference dinner on Thursday 11 April.
Friday 12 April: Dr Az Hakeem, Dr Jan Birtle, Pippa Hockton, Rachel Collins-White, Dr Steve Pearce and Sheila Ritchie.
Thursday and Friday; Large group conducted by Dr Earl Hopper and Dr Jale Cilasun
The event will take place at the Royal College of Psychiatrists, 21 Prescot Street, London E1 8BB. Take a look at directions and a map to help you plan your journey.
The Citymapper website/app can help you plan your route within London, giving the best walking, cycling, bus and tube routes available. Use postcode E1 8BB as your destination.
CLOSING DATE: 14:00 on Thursday 28 February 2019
15 minute CBT for use in clinical teams: a Five Areas Approach21Oct
RCPsych, 21 Prescot StLondon