The Body Politic
The 7th PCSR Psychotherapy & Politics conference
Sat 10th May 2014, 10am-5pm
NCVO, London, N1 9RL
Price: £90/£80 PCSR member/£50 low and un-waged
£10 early bird discount available—see below.
Come and explore how…
• our bodies are shaped by social, political, ecological and economic forces
• we shape our bodies through our thoughts, feelings, beliefs, patterns, actions, allegiances
• our bodies offer connections with the earth and other-than-human and more-than-human life
• we struggle to reclaim our bodies as our own, within the complex networks of power which we inhabit
. . .and what’s all this got to do with being a therapist/client?
The conference will include: keynotes from Relational Body Psychotherapists Shoshi Asheri and Nick Totton, a diverse programme of workshops, the chance to meet other interested
practitioners and to find out more and/or join PCSR—Psychotherapists and Counsellors for Social Responsibility (http://pcsr-uk.ning.com/)
Information and Booking
Use the attached form to book, or for more information please email: Sissy Lykou: email@example.com
Costs: £90 full price / £80 for PCSR members / £50 for those on a low wage/unwaged. Early
bird discount of £10 off the rates above will be available until 15th February—please indicate
the amount you’re paying on the booking form. Cost includes refreshments but not lunch.
Cancellations: Up to 15th February 100% of deposits will be reimbursed, from 16th February 50% of deposits will be reimbursed. From 24th March no deposits will be reimbursed.
Membership information. For more information about PCSR, including becoming a member—so you can register for this conference at a member’s rate—please visit: http://pcsr-uk.ning.com/
Workshops. If you would be interested in offering a workshop on a related body politic theme in exchange for a free place at the conference, please email Kamalamani firstname.lastname@example.org by 28th February 2014.
Accessibility. Our aim is for this conference to be as accessible as possible. Please let us know at the time of booking whether you have any particular requirements. The venue is fully wheelchair accessible, parking is available by prior arrangement and there is an induction loop.
Venue information and how to find NCVO please visit: www.ncvo-vol.org.uk/contact