Love Across the Life Cycle: Neuroscience, Attachment and the Couple
11 July 2014, 10:00 - 16:30 (registration at 9:30)
This study day examines how love or the lack of it shapes a babyâ€™s nervous system and the crucial capacity for
self-regulation which underpins social interaction and the formation of love relationships in adulthood.
It examines love as an inherently creative psychic state rich with developmental potential and explores the value of thinking about the presence or absence of powerfully felt experiences of love in working psychoanalytically with couples.
Keynote speakers: Dr David Hewison, Dr Sue Gerhardt, Dr Christopher Clulow & Julie Friend
Fee: Â£125 (Earlybird Â£115 if booked and paid for by 30 May)
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