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Dr Angela Cotter

Angela Cotter is a Jungian analyst (IAAP, UKCP, GAP) integrating constellations work, energy psychotherapy and shamanic approaches into her practice. Since 1980, she has researched the meaning of the wounded healer concept in health care practice, using action research and narrative methods. This led her to study and work with Celtic shamanism (with Caitlin and John Matthews), and subsequently to train in systemic ritual (Daan van Kampenhout's integration of systemic constellations with his shamanic training and experience). From this experience, she has evolved a way of working with dreams that have not reached resolution in both an individual and group context. She is currently co-editing a monograph from The Bowlby Centre conference about attachment, memory loss and ageing. Her work with people with dementia reinforced the importance of waking dream-like states of consciousness. As well as her Jungian roots, she values her connections with The Bowlby Centre, The Minster Centre and Regent's University.

Past and present Confer events
Psychotherapy in the Natural World
Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 September 2019

Working with High Intensity States of Consciousness
Saturday 15 December 2018

Shamanic Approaches in Modern Psychotherapy
Saturday 9 April 2016

Working with the Dreaming Mind
Saturday 30 January 2016

Psychotherapy and Soul
Monday evenings 16 September - 28 October 2013

The Gift of the Wounded Healer
Saturday 28 September 2013

Book of the Month
Brett Kahr's Top Ten Psychotherapy Books - 2018
Professor Brett Kahr certainly knows something about the art of authoring books. Over the years he has written or edited twelve volumes, and has served as series editor of some fifty further titles. Earlier this year, he published New Horizons in Forensic Psychotherapy: Exploring the Work of Estela V. Welldon (Karnac Books, 2018)... More >>
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Helen Fisher: The brain in love

Why do we crave love so much, even to the point that we would die for it? To learn more about our very real, very physical need for romantic love, Helen Fisher and her research team took MRIs of people in love and people who had just been dumped... view...

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The Latest Neuroimaging Findings in Borderline Personality Disorder

Altered function in neurotransmitter systems including the serotonin, glutamate, and GABA systems was observed in patients with BPD... read more...