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In Conversation with Susie Orbach
BPC Trainee Conference 2019
The BPC’s guide to starting out as a psychotherapist; an interactive full-day conference for trainees and recent graduates.
March 30th, 2019
Resource for London, 356 Holloway Rd, London N7 6PA
In conversation with Susie Orbach
Susie Orbach is an internationally acclaimed psychoanalyst, psychotherapist, writer, activist and social critic. She co-founded The Women’s Therapy Centre, London in 1976. Her first book, Fat is a Feminist Issue has been continuously in print since 1978. Her most recent In Therapy is based on the Radio 4 series of the same name heard by 3 million listeners. She was a visiting professor at the London School of Economics and a Guardian columnist, both for 10 years and continues to work with many individuals and couples from her practice in London. She is a member of The Balint Consultancy.
Master Classes – 4 key areas explained, when looking to a career in psychotherapy
Meet the BPC Team – get to know your professional body
Post-Conference Wine reception – meet fellow trainees from across the UK
10:00 Lee Smith, BPC Vice Chair
10:05 Susanna Abse, BPC Chair
10.15 In conversation with Susie Orbach
Chair: Susanna Abse
11.30 Morning Break
11.50 Breakout Sessions AM:
– How to Run a Successful Private Practice:
Pauline Hodson, Couples and Individual Psychotherapist 25yrs+, Author: The Business of Therapy: How to Run a Successful Private Practice
– The Ethical Code & The Complaints Procedure:
Kam Kandola, BPC Head of Regulation & Legal Adviser & Ann Malkin, BPC Vice Chair, Ethics
– CPD: How do you develop as a clinician in your career using CPD, and what are the requirements of the BPC?
Jan McGregor Hepburn, BPC Chair, Professional Standards Committee, Registrar and Chair of the Registration Committee
– Insurance: tbc
13.05 Lunch Break
14.05 Breakout Sessions – repeated from AM
15.40 What it is to be a trainee at the BPC?
Lee Smith, BPC Vice Chair
Gary Fereday, BPC CEO
17.00 Conference Finish
Post-conference wine reception