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9th November 2013 - 10th November 2013
Mentalization Based Therapy (MBT) has developed rapidly in Europe, North America and Australia and is starting to grow in Latin America. It is now time for us to bring this expertise together and aggregate this experience by initiating the first International Congress on Mentalization Based Therapy. The programme will cover the most recent developments from around the world and new protocols, new technology and new results with a range of patient groups.
13th December 2013 - 15th December 2013
The UCL Psychoanalysis Unit’s 2013 December conference will focus on Transference, Countertransference and Enactment. It will be the second in our series of on-going meetings to explore core psychoanalytic ideas and how they are used today.
In psychoanalysis two people walk into a room, and one then sits in a chair while the other lies on a couch. They are likely to talk and feel and both come with a theory what they are doing there. What is our theory of the underlying process generating what goes on?
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