The first in a new series of presentations and discussions on Psychosomatics
from the East Anglian Psychotherapy Network
The role of psychoanalytic psychotherapy
in helping patients with psychosomatic conditions and symptoms
Speaker: Dr Peter Shoenberg
Saturday 1st July 3.30 – 6.00pm
at The Friends’ Meeting House, Hartington Grove, Cambridge
In his talk Peter Shoenberg will explore some of the difficulties in helping psychosomatic patients to reach the emotions that may underlie their condition and to also consider how to handle psychosomatic incidents in psychotherapy .
Peter Shoenberg is a Senior Member of the BPF and Honorary Consultant Psychotherapist at the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough and Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trusts and a Consultant Psychotherapist for DocHealth at the BMA . He was previously Head of the UCLH Psychotherapy Department . He is author of “ Psychosomatics. The Uses of Psychotherapy” (Bloomsbury; formerly Palgrave/Macmillan, 2007) and Coeditor (with Jessica Yakeley) of “ Learning about Emotions in Illness” ( Routledge, 2015).
Booking for this event - To attend in person, the cost is £ 30 , half price for trainees and students, payable to The East Anglian Psychotherapy Network .
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to reserve a place.
Please note, we are limited to a maximum of 60 attendees.
We hope to make this event available online, with preference
given to those who live distant from Cambridge – details to follow .