The APT-Birmingham Public Lecture Series

The Training Committee runs a series of 5 lectures per year by practitioners of Analytical Psychology/Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis. The topics are wide-ranging and reflect the most recent work and concerns of individuals in the wider analytic community.

Public lecture programme

We hold a series of lectures which are open to the public.

Our public lecture dates and speakers for 2021-2022 are as follows:

Saturday 6th November 2021 Philip Stokoe
Saturday 15th January 2022 Murray Stein (via Zoom)
Saturday 5th March 2022 Katherine Fine
Saturday 7th May 2022 Diane Zervas Hirst (via Zoom)
Saturday 11th June 2022 Helen Morgan

Further details will be available in July 2021.

Booking

Please note that we are now offering a discount of 50% to trainee psychotherapists and other full-time trainees (proof of student/trainee membership is required). Please refer to the attached application form for further information on fees.

Our booking form for our lectures commencing from November 2021 through to June 2022 will be available shortly.

Please email your application form and make payment by BACS or send your cheque with your application form by post.

Please make BACS payments as follows:
Bank: Barclays, Sort Code: 20-08-44, Account No: 03737950
Account Name: The Training in Jungian Analytical Psychotherapy
(Please use your name as a reference)

Alternatively send a cheque made payable to 'The Training in Jungian Analytical Psychotherapy' together with your completed form to:
Sue Harford, Administrator to the Training Committee, Unit 1A, West Stockwith Park, Stockwith Road, Misterton, Nottinghamshire. DN10 4ES.

For further details and queries contact:

Sue Harford, Administrator to the Training Committee
telephone: 07789 545908, email: aptc@wmip.org

 

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The APT-Birmingham
Public Lectures

For enquiries contact Sue Harford,
Administrator to the Training Committee
Unit 1A, West Stockwith Park,
Stockwith Road, Misterton,
Nottinghamshire DN10 4ES.

Telephone: 07789 545908
Email aptc@wmip.org

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