More speakers added to agenda for Society’s mental health symposium

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    [post_content] => Two new speakers have been added to the line-up at the Society’s autumn symposium on ways homeopathy can improve the mental and emotional health of young people.

Michèle Bartlett and Jill McWilliam, members of the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP), will present a session entitled Safeguarding and Lone Working: considerations for good practice in the interface of homeopathy and psychotherapeutic practice.

Michèle is a UKCP registered psychotherapist with more than 20 years’ experience of working with adults and children in private practice and extensive experience of working with young people in schools.

Jill McWilliam is a UKCP registered child psychotherapist with more than 15 years’ experience of working with children in school and community settings.

The event, which has the theme ‘Promoting young people’s emotional health and wellbeing’, takes place at Resource for London, Holloway Road, London N7 6PA on Saturday, September 28.

Other speakers include Moira Brown who will look at how homeopathy can be used alongside other therapies as part of an integral treatment plan for children and families, homeopath and psychotherapist Saira Keevill-Thomas and Philippa Fibert, whose presentation will focus on the treatment of emotional issues such as temper tantrums, meltdowns, depression and anxiety within ADHD.

For details and to book a place at the symposium, click here
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Two new speakers have been added to the line-up at the Society’s autumn symposium on ways homeopathy can improve the mental and emotional health of young people.

Michèle Bartlett and Jill McWilliam, members of the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP), will present a session entitled Safeguarding and Lone Working: considerations for good practice in the interface of homeopathy and psychotherapeutic practice.

Michèle is a UKCP registered psychotherapist with more than 20 years’ experience of working with adults and children in private practice and extensive experience of working with young people in schools.

Jill McWilliam is a UKCP registered child psychotherapist with more than 15 years’ experience of working with children in school and community settings.

The event, which has the theme ‘Promoting young people’s emotional health and wellbeing’, takes place at Resource for London, Holloway Road, London N7 6PA on Saturday, September 28.

Other speakers include Moira Brown who will look at how homeopathy can be used alongside other therapies as part of an integral treatment plan for children and families, homeopath and psychotherapist Saira Keevill-Thomas and Philippa Fibert, whose presentation will focus on the treatment of emotional issues such as temper tantrums, meltdowns, depression and anxiety within ADHD.

For details and to book a place at the symposium, click here

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