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Seminar 31st March I Challenges faced when working psychoanalytically with children and families

The ACP (Association of child psychotherapists in the UK) has published a Review of the evidence of the effectiveness of psychoanalytic psychotherapy.

Marigemma Rocco will present examples of 3 different cases involving simple trauma, complex trauma and parent-child work.

Friday 31st March - 3:00 PM – 5:30 PM

Carmelite Community Centre, 56 Aungier Street, D02 T258, Dublin 2, Ireland.

Tickets are €33.15 only!

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We know that psychoanalytic psychotherapy can bring about change. This seminar will provide the opportunity to explore how change happens in different clinical settings using a psychoanalytic psychotherapy frame. Time will be given to discussing the issues raised with specific regard to the situation in Ireland. Therapists are invited to think about their own clinical work and bring examples, if they wish, for discussion.

Marigemma Rocco is a Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist, trained initially as a Clinical Psychologist in Italy, before training as a Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist at the Anna Freud Centre London. She has held a position of Clinical Lead in CAMHS until two years ago, when she retired. She has been working In Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services for over 25 years, assessing and providing therapeutic interventions and Consultations to children, adolescents, and their families.

She has provided Consultations to Social Workers and contributed to the development of a dedicated mental health service for Looked after Children in a CAMHS Service. She has a special interest and expertise in assessing the relationship between parents and their children for Court Assessments. She now works in private practice.

Tickets are €33.15 only!

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