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Why are we Murderous?

Forensic psychotherapy is a branch of psychotherapy which studies the treatment of the offender patient from a psychoanalytical perspective, investigating whether dangerous people can be treated psychologically rather than punitively. This conference will address the question of whether psychotherapists can properly diagnose dangerous or potentially dangerous patients who act out, and whether psychoanalytically-orientated treatment really works for this clinical population.


33rd Arts Therapies Forensic Conference - 'Opening up to Emotionality'

Symbolic exploration of the anima, and the internal judge in forensic sandplay therapy


Trial and mass media

A one-day seminar to be held on 30th May 2015 in Catania, Italy on trials and the influence of the mass media, the defense of the accused, ethical aspects and psychological profiles.

39th S.H. Foulkes Annual Lecture

On Making A Home Amongst Strangers: The Paradox of Group Psychotherapy


Perveristy in the Consulting Room

Hear from three specialists in the field on working with perverse states of mind.


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