Beautiful Thing? A Gay Person in Your Family, A Gay Person in Your Group

Part of the series:
Out of the Margins:
Sexuality and Gender in Group Analysis

23rd March 2019

Guest Panel:
Sasha Roseneil, Dan Anderson, Anne Aiyegbusi

Large Group convened by Sue Einhorn

PROGRAMME 

9.15am

Registration

9.45am

Introduction to the day

9.55am

Panel speakers and Q&A

11.15am

Coffee break

11.35am

Film

1.15pm

Lunch

2.30pm

Small Group

3.45pm

Coffee Break

4pm

Large Group

5.30pm

Drinks

CPD certificates and Lunch will be provided.

WORKSHOP FEES // Early Bird until 1 Feb 2019

IGA Students £45/£59
IGA/GASI Members £59/£75
Public fee £75/£89

Convened by: Sarah Tyerman, Sara Wainstein, Claire Barnes, Stuart Stevenson, Patrick Gannon, Julia Borossa, Felix Korf

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Biographies 

Sasha Roseneil: Sasha Roseneil is Professor of Interdisciplinary Social Science and Dean of the Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences at UCL, and she is also a group analyst. She has written extensively on transformation in gender, sexuality and personal relationships, and on social movements, citizenship and feminist and queer politics. 

Dan Anderson: Dr Dan Anderson is a group analyst in private practice and consultant psychiatrist in liaison psychiatry in the NHS in Manchester. He is completing his PhD at the University of Manchester with Professors Jackie Stacey and Erica Burman, which is a critical understanding of the discursive practices operation in institutional registers around sexuality and gender in group analysis and the training of group analysts. 

Anne Aiyegbusi: Dr Anne Aiyegbusi is a director, consultant nurse and psychotherapist with an independent training and consultancy company. She also manages a clinical network for 'personality disorder' in the NHS. She is in the process of completing the group analytic training at the IGA. Anne has an extensive history of working in forensic services and has published books and journal articles on the application of trauma, attachment and psychodynamically informed practices in forensic care. She has a special interest in diversity and equality. 

Sue Einhorn: Sue Einhorn is a Training Group Analyst at the IGA where she teaches and supervises. She has a private practice seeing people in groups, individually and as couples. She supervised groups at Freedom From Torture (Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture) and was the Convenor for the IGA/OGRA Training in Group Analysis in St Petersburg. She has many publications, the latest being the Sheila Ernst Memorial Lecture in the December 2018 issue of Group Analysis.


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