Saturday 16th May 2020 9.45 – 1pm The Watershed, Bristol
With Jane Milton and Eve Ashley
Jane Milton | The Terror of Mourning
Jane Milton is a Training Analyst of the British Psychoanalytical Society / Institute of Psychoanalysis. Her background is in psychiatry and she has worked in various NHS institutions in the past, most recently the Tavistock Adult Department, but is now in full time psychoanalytic practice. She is the Archivist for the Melanie Klein Trust. She has been involved for some years in the development of psychoanalysis in Eastern Europe, particularly in Ukraine.
Eve Ashley | The embodiment and encapsulation of grief; working with children and adolescents through the process of mourning
After an initial degree and work experience in design, Eve Ashley trained as an art teacher, concentrating in specialist educational settings, working with children and young people with disabilities and severe behavioural problems. This led to her training as a child and adolescent psychotherapist at the Tavistock Clinic, which she completed in 2000. She worked in the NHS until 2018 as a therapist with families, young people and children, and more recently completed a training in 2013 in Couple Psychotherapy at Tavistock Relations. Membership includes the Association of Child Psychotherapists and of the British Psychoanalytic Council.
Chair: Frances Fox, Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist in private practice and Director of The Bridge Foundation.
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Inspired by : GOOD GRIEF, A FESTIVAL OF LOVE & LOSS
11-17 MAY 2020, BRISTOL https://goodgriefbristol.com/