Interfamily Therapy: An Introduction
Sep 26, 2:00 PM
Interfamily Therapy is a modern form of therapeutic work, scientifically validated, which is placed half-way between psychotherapy and social intervention. It brings together different models such as attachment theory, group analysis, large group work and systemic family therapy.
Getting to the Heart of Couple Client Dynamics by Nicola Jones
Aug 29, 2:00 PM GMT+5:30
This lecture looks at the interaction of couples’ attachment styles and attachment histories from the perspective of 2 areas of research and thought (polyvagal theory developed by Stephen Porges and multi-motivational interdisciplinary systems theory).
On Bereavement - An Attachment Perspective by Dra. Vanessa Nahoul Serio
Jul 18, 7:00 PM – 8:45 PM GMT+5:30
This lecture aims to present the concept of bereavement, explain its causes, the phases involved during the process and clinical issues regarding bereavement, as well as bereavement in during COVID-19. (For practitioners and Masters/PG Diploma students in Psychology related fields)
Mentalization Based Therapy and BPD by Dr. Nicolas Lorenzini
Jun 27, 2:00 PM – 5:30 PM GMT+5:30
This course is a brief introduction to MBT as the therapeutic offshoot of mentalizing theory, which has its origins in the understanding of attachment as the primary source of our capacity to explain behaviour as rooted on intentional mental states.