Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy and Attachment Theory

By: Christine Brett Vickers Counselling and Psychotherapy  26-Jun-2013
Keywords: Relationship Counselling, Grief Counselling, Marriage Counselling

Christine worked part time in private practice as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist from 1990 while also working at Drummond Street Relationship Centre from 1992-2005. She developed a couple therapy training program which was offered at Clinical Master's level at the School of Social Work at the University of Melbourne from 1999 to 2005. Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy. This 16 session therapy is for people suffering from depression or mood disorders. It is currently being rolled out by the British Government as part of its Increased Access to the Psychological Therapies Program. Christine completed her training in mid 2012 and offers this as part of her portfolio. The work is evidence based. Christine runs a reading group for clinicians who wish to think about how psychoanalysis and attachment theories can be integrated into their work - with couples, individuals and children. Inquiries: 0412 633 747 Together with a colleague Christine is compliling a book of readings in clinical psychoanalysis published in Victoria over the last 40 years.

Keywords: Attachment Theory, Couple Counselling, Family Counselling, Grief Counselling, Marriage Counselling, Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, Relationship Counselling,

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