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Becoming a Member 

By becoming a member of the East Anglian Psychotherapy Network you
will join a growing community of professionals who are committed to increasing the accessibility and provision of psychotherapy in East Anglia.


The Network already brings together a wealth of experience and
therapeutic skills. It comprises a rich cross section of practitioners
providing therapy for adults, adolescents, children and couples in East

Whether you are a trainee, potential trainee, newly qualified or
experienced practitioner, we welcome all those who:

  • share a broadly psychoanalytic understanding of mental functioning and the role of unconscious factors in health and illness and in human relationships 

  • want to help build a strong present and future for psychoanalytically-informed psychotherapy in East Anglia


Benefits of Joining the EAPN

  • The opportunity to become part of the EAPN’s vision for
    psychotherapy provision in East Anglia

  •  A welcoming network of local colleagues

  • Opportunities for joining reading groups, peer groups and finding

  • A regional Infant Observation Group

  • An annual conference with headline speakers from the cutting
    edge of psychoanalysis

  • Seminars, courses and other events

  • Periodic newsletters on psychoanalytic activities

  • Access to the password-protected area of the EAPN website
    where you can communicate with the network by posting
    announcements, setting up special interest groups and proposing
    areas for EAPN development.

Group Therapy

Access to the members' area

Once you have joined the EAPN you are automatically eligible to apply for access to the Members’ Area of the website. This is a password-protected area where you can read announcements or post an announcement yourself.

In this way, for example, you can invite colleagues to join with you in setting up a reading or supervision group, draw attention to a mother and infant observation opportunity, or highlight a forthcoming publication or event .

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