Things to keep in mind about Children who resort to action; reflections about personality development – Ann Horne, Consultant Child Psychotherapist

October 24, 2018

Booking form

Come to our afternoon session ‘Things to keep in mind about Children who resort to action; reflections about personality development’ with Ann Horne, Consultant Child Psychotherapist on Wednesday 14 November in Glasgow city centre.

 

 

Programme

13:30 – 14:45             Presentation

14:45 – 15:00             Tea/coffee

15:00 – 16:00             Small group discussion

16:00 – 16:15             Plenary and close

 

Cost

£30. (Free for HDS academic students and associated staff)

To book a place, please complete the booking form and return to lynne@hds.scot. Places are limited.

 

About Ann

Human Development Scotland is delighted to welcome Ann Horne back to Scotland to present at this Intensive Study Event. She describes herself as ‘a Falkirk bairn’ who, despite decades in the south, is always pleased to come back home.

After working as a teacher of English (Falkirk High), a college lecturer (Moray House) and a social worker (Hardgate and Duntocher), she became a PSW in a South London Child Guidance Unit (now CAMHS) and trained in tandem as a child psychotherapist at the BAP – now IPCAPA at the BPF – where she headed the training for a time.

Retired from clinical work (latterly at the Portman Clinic) she has developed the Independent Psychoanalytic Approaches with Children and Adolescents book series for Routledge (6 volumes in print, one in press and another in preparation). You can’t keep an English teacher down… Her selected papers On Children Who Privilege the Body: Reflections of an Independent Psychotherapist were published in September.

 

Where

Human Development Scotland, 4th Floor, Victoria Chambers, 142 West Nile Street, Glasgow,

G1 2RQ, tel: 0141 331 2419

 

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