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Celebrating Pluralism in Counselling Psychology?

Thistle Grand Hotel Bristol

The Division is pleased to announce their 2011 conference at the Thistle Grand Hotel, Bristol

* New 4 Star Venue
* 4 Star Bed & Breakfast Rate Only £75 pppn
* Onsite Leisure Facilities & Gala Dinner

*This conference is now fully booked
However, people are welcome to attend the open public lecture on Saturday 16th July at 12pm, further details can be found by clicking here www.bps.org.uk/toxicchildhood

Keynote Speakers

Pluralism: What does it mean for the way we work?
Professor John McLeod, University of Abertay, Dundee

What makes a good interpretation?
Professor Carla Willig, City University, London

Intimacy - In the consulting room and other places
Dr Jeremy Holmes, Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist

Public Lecture Speaker
Modern Childhood: Still 'toxic' after all these years?
Dr Richard House, Roehampton University

Workshop Day
A choice of 1 of 3 full day workshops on...
Trauma
Existential Counselling Psychology
Developing Pluralistic Practice

The Conference Committee are working hard to ensure that this event will be another major success.

The hotel is located in the city centre of Bristol. Bristol boasts a great location with fantastic road, rail and air links.

Bristol was once one of the most important trading ports in England, and the city’s links with the ocean span hundreds of years. Much of Bristol’s rich history is still evident today, acting as a lasting tribute to the brave adventurers and merchants who once set sail from the city docks.

Bristol Suspension Bridge Bristol Suspension Bridge Bristol Waterside


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