Posts for the “b. Use of power” category

Alliance for Counselling & Psychotherapy Newsletter : SCoPEd & a new APPG?

by Julia Evans on October 31, 2019

Alliance for Counselling & Psychotherapy Newsletter – October 2019 Blog: https://allianceblogs.wordpress.com/about/,  (@Alliance4CP) Contact: info@allianceforcandp.org   REQUEST: Please circulate to relevant contacts and to your current constituency MP, adding your own note. (…)

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Against UK political moves towards Statutory Legislation & locking out the clinics of all practitioners who do not comply

by Julia Evans on March 17, 2019

Previous texts : Newsletter against the BACP, BPC & UKCP SCoPEd project : Alliance for Counselling & Psychotherapy  on 8th February 2019 or here Three leading professional regulatory bodies create a new competence framework. by (…)

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Newsletter against the BACP, BPC & UKCP SCoPEd project : Alliance for Counselling & Psychotherapy

by Julia Evans on February 8, 2019

Newsletter against the BACP, BPC & UKCP SCoPEd project 12th February 2019 from Alliance for Counselling & Psychotherapy (Blog : https://allianceblogs.wordpress.com/about/, Contact : info@allianceforcandp.org) __________________________________________________________ ACTION 1 You are asked to forward this (…)

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Three leading professional regulatory bodies create a new competence framework.

by Julia Evans on January 15, 2019

Further texts : Letter signed by Alliance for Counselling and Psychotherapy, Psychotherapists and Counsellors for Social Responsibility, the Psychotherapy and Counselling Union and the College of Psychoanalysts : Against UK political moves (…)

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Discourses that kill (LRO 106) : 1st December 2018 : Thomas Svolos

by Julia Evans on December 1, 2018

Available here Originally published as LRO 106  by Lacanian Review Online Circulated by NLS-Messager [http://www.amp-nls.org/page/gb/49/nls-messager ] as Subject: [nls-messager] 2856.en/ Lacanian Review Online: Segregated Fraternities USA on Date: 22 November 2018 at (…)

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The Context for the APPG’s survey on prescribed drug dependence

by Julia Evans on November 30, 2018

A related text: I suggest you also read The Psychopharmacology of Everyday Life | by Jamieson Webster | NYR Daily | The New York Review of Books  : Available here ________________________________ (…)

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Towards Pipol 9, The unconscious and the brain, nothing in common, The argument by Yves Vanderveken : 22nd November 2018

by Julia Evans on November 22, 2018

Towards Pipol 9 :  5th European Congress of Psychoanalysis : July 13th– 14th 2019 : Brussels : The unconscious and the brain, nothing in common The argument by Yves Vanderveken – Director of (…)

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The Security State by David Ferraro (LRO 105) : 19th November 2018

by Julia Evans on November 19, 2018

Circulated by NLS Messager as ‘2851.en/ Lacanian Review Online: Walled World‘ :Available http://www.thelacanianreviews.com/the-security-state/ : (LRO 105) Quote : This is a way of naming a turn in contemporary politics: endless security, but (…)

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Brazil: Psychoanalysis in the Shadow of Dictatorship : talk by Rafael Alves Lima : Manchester – 3rd December 2018 : London – 19th January 2019

by Julia Evans on November 17, 2018

Topic Rafael Alves Lima will speak about ‘Challenges for psychoanalysis in the face of the current political situation in Brazil’ describing the grave situation that led Jair Bolsonaro to the (…)

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The progress of a bill against Conversion Therapy : a reply from the Minister for Women & Equalities : 12th November 2018

by Julia Evans on November 12, 2018

__________________________________________________________ Update, 22nd February 2019  : The following from the Church Times, may indicate that the difficulties of legislating a ban on Conversion Therapy (see below) alone, may be acknowledged. Quote: (…)

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