22 January 2014
7.30pm - FULLY BOOKED - waiting list available
What do Women Bring to Therapy Today?
Susie Orbach in conversation with Jane Haberlin
Susie Orbach is a psychotherapist, psychoanalyst, social critic and author of many celebrated books, amongst them 'Bodies' and 'On Eating', and recently co-edited 'Fifty Shades of Feminism', with Lisa Appignanesi and Rachel Holmes. Jane Haberlin trained with Arbours as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist. She has worked at The Arbours Crisis Centre and The Women's Therapy Centre. She currently works as a therapist and supervisor in private practice and provides consultancy to organisations. Both are founder members of The Relational School. Together they discuss 'what do women bring to therapy today?'
The Relational School is dedicated to understanding the therapeutic relationship and the uses of the inter-subjective space that is co-created within the therapeutic dyad. Our activities aim to create forums for further conversations around relationality coming from a variety of therapeutic disciplines as well as a formal association to disseminate the work.
Part of a season of talks and events accompanying the exhibition 'Mad, Bad and Sad: Women and the Mind Doctors', 10 October 2013 - 2 February 2014.