Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy

Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy from Christine Brett Vickers Counselling and Psychotherapy

By: Christine Brett Vickers Counselling and Psychotherapy  26-Jun-2013
Keywords: Personal Development, Counselling Service, Depression Counselling

Christine is a psychoanalytic psychotherapist and member of the Victorian Association of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapists. She initially trained in the early 1990s and has been working in this arena in both her own practice and as a couple therapist in a federally funded relationship counselling agency: Drummond Street Relationship Centre in Melbourne. In this latter capacity she developed a couple therapy training program offered at the University of Melbourne during the early 2000s and has supervised clinicians providing individual and couple therapy. You can see more on her website: Christine, together with a colleague, is currently researching the history of psychoanalysis with a view to compiling a book of articles written by pychoanalytic psychotherapists in Victoria.

Keywords: Anger Management, Counselling Service, Depression Counselling, Family Counselling, Grief Counselling, Group Therapy, Marriage Counselling, Personal Development, Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy

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