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SYMPOSIUM May 22nd 7-9pm

May 22 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Free

COVID-19 Shall Not Stop Us.

SEA Symposiums Are Picking Up Again

Join our Zoom Symposium for a get together to discuss different ideas on topics that are of equal interest and liking. Get yourself a drink, a meal or your favourite snack, sit comfortably and simply show up.

This is a FREE event.

May 22nd @ 7 pm – 9 pm Free

Speaker: DEVANG VAIDYA

Title: DO THERAPISTS’ EXPERIENCES AS CLIENTS INFLUENCE THEIR PRACTICE?

In this symposium we will discuss how our own experiences in therapy as clients may have influenced our decision to become therapists.

Further, our way of practising therapy can be a reflection of what worked  – and did not work – in our own therapy. Our expectations of therapy, whether they were met or not, can shape our ethos and style of working with clients. Indeed our entire stance towards therapy can be determined in response to our own therapist’s value system. We don’t often reflect on how much our therapists may have taught us about practising therapy. We are likely to be taking up theoretical, philosophical, methodological, and ethical elements that are resonant – favourably or unfavourably – with our own experiences as clients.   

 

Devang Vaidya is a person-centred existential psychotherapist based in London.

 

There are limited spaces, so please register your presence here.

You will be sent a ZOOM code or link on the day, in order to join the meeting.

If you are interested in being the next speaker on our Symposium night,

please contact:  events@existentialanalysis.org.uk

 

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Details

Date:
May 22
Time:
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:

Venue

ON LINE EVENT
zoom.us

Organiser

Thoraya Alkasab
Email:
events@existentialanalysis.org.uk