Mon, Mar. 23, 2020All Day
One day workshop for health professionals
Monday 23 March 2020
Te Papa, Wellington
Last year there were 668 deaths from suicide in our country and the statistics show this number is increasing. Our current government has made it a priority to address this issue.
In this seminar Dr Hedges will draw on empirical research and outline promising treatment approaches informed by a range of significant theorists including Freud, Jung, Linehan, Kernberg and Joiner, along with attachment theorists. He will present a Relational Listening approach for treating and managing suicidality.
Dr Lawrence Hedges Ph. D., Psy.D ABPP, is a psychologist-psychoanalyst in private practice in Orange California. He specialises in the training and supervising of psychoanalysts, psychotherapists and other mental health professionals both individually and in groups on their most difficult cases.He has consulted or served as an expert witness on more than 400 complaints, many in the area of suicide. Dr Hedges is Founding Director of the Listening Perspectives Centre and an honorary member of the American Psychoanalytic Association.
He has authored 19 books, titles include:
- Terrifying Transferences: Aftershocks of Childhood
- Listening Perspectives in Psychotherapy