Event Details

  • When: Friday, 04 October 2019
  • Dates:  Friday 4th to Saturday 5th Oct

    Times:
    Fri: 19:15 until 21:15
    Sat: 9.00 until 18:00

    Where: Emerson College

    Conference Fee: £25 Members, £50 Non-Members*

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CONFERENCE: Mercury conference and AGM for Counsellors and Psychotherapists

CONFERENCE: Mercury conference and AGM for Counsellors and Psychotherapists

Traumatic Effects in the Individual and in Society: nationalistic and sexual impulses in our time.

We will explore themes arising from Rudolf Steiner’s “Karma of Untruthfulness (Volume 2) lectures 14 and 19, with a specific focus on nationalistic and sexual impulses in our time.
The worldwide questions, crises and life events stemming from these themes are very much part of, and present in our Consciousness Soul development.  We, as Counsellors and Psychotherapists, are meeting and holding many variations of these phenomena in our clinical practice.
We will engage with these topics from our spiritual understanding, professional experiences and by bringing opportunities for mutual exchange, study and collaboration. We plan to bring an introductory presentation on the Friday evening, and on the Saturday, there will be a case study presentation approached from the three diagnostic perspectives described in lecture 14. We also invite a participant case study presentation and/or specific professional questions towards the themes. They will be space for discussion, creative activities and movement.