Susie Orbach is coming to Cambridge to present a bespoke integration of her updated books, 'Bodies' and 'In Therapy'.
When the Body comes to Therapy-One Day Conference CPD with Susie Orbach
For one day only, Susie Orbach is in Cambridge to host a special, bespoke, one-day conference integrating the theories from her book, Bodies, and the clinical issues and dilemmas covered in 'In Therapy'.
The day long conference on Saturday 08 February 2020 at Buckingham House Conference Centre, Murray Edwards College, Cambridge, is your chance to listen, interact and engage with Susie Orbach - psychotherapist, psychoanalyst and writer.
Do come prepared with case studies you would like to put forward to discuss - this is a unique opportunity to learn and develop using your case.
The day’s programme will follow, but secure your ticket now with the early bird offer!
About SUSIE ORBACH
Susie Orbach is a psychotherapist, psychoanalyst, writer, and co-founder of The Women’s Therapy Centre in London and The Women’s Therapy Centre in New York.
She lectures widely in the UK, Europe and North America, has written for several magazines and newspapers, and has provided consultation advice for organisations from the Government (She is the co-author of UK Government commissioned papers on the body) and the NHS to the World Bank. She was a visiting Professor at the London School of Economics.
She is the author of many books. Her first Fat is a Feminist Issue has been continuously in print since 1978. Her other books include Hunger Strike, What’s Really Going on Here?, Towards Emotional Literacy, On Eating, The Impossibility of Sex, Bodies (updated 2019), Fifty Shades of Feminism (co-editor). Her latest In Therapy: The Unfolding Story is an expanded edition of In Therapy (an annotated version of the BBC series listened to live by 2 million people). With Luise Eichenbaum she has written Understanding Women, What Do Women Want and Between Women.
In 2019 she was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature (FRSL)
In 2017 she was the recipient of the first Lifetime Achievement Award given by the British Psychoanalytic Council.
She continues to help many individuals and couples from her practice in London.