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The Psychological Society of Ireland

Grantham House

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Dublin 8

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"How can psychotherapists address inter-generational trauma: Working clinically with children and adults and beyond to consultation."

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Margaret Rustin is a child, adolescent and adult psychotherapist and a child analyst at the British Psychoanalytic Society. Rustin has been a central figure in the life of the Tavistock Clinic and between 1987 and 2009 assumed various significant positions including Vice Dean, Child and Family Department; Dean of Postgraduate Studies; Chair of the Professional Committee; and, from 2003-5, Executive Director. More recently, she was made an Honorary Associate of the British Psychoanalytical Society having been involved in many of its activities over the years. Her publications, as well as many articles, include Closely Observed Infants (1989); Psychotic States in Children (1997) ; Assessment in Child Psychotherapy (2000); Work Discussion ( 2008); and Young Child Observation (2013). She is co-author with Michael Rustin of Narratives of Love and Loss ((1987/2002) and Mirror to Nature: Drama Psychoanalysis and Society. (2002).

We are delighted that Margaret has agreed to take time out of her busy schedule to provide us with a thought provoking training afternoon which will no doubt give rise to lively discussion among our psychoanalytic colleagues. Please book early as places will be limited. We will be operating a waiting list so please email nb37@live.ie if you have been unable to secure a place.

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