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Lecture: Dr Sarah Sutton

Join us for a couple of hours for the next of our public lectures, delivered by Dr Sarah Sutton on 'Who do we think we are? The myth of the individual mind'.  Dr Sarah Sutton will look at the implications of infancy & development research…

Join us for a couple of hours for the next of our public lectures, delivered by Dr Sarah Sutton on 'Who do we think we are? The myth of the individual mind'. 

Dr Sarah Sutton will look at the implications of infancy & development research for how very early relational experience frames identity

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Sarah has many years’ experience of working with children, parents and families whose early lives have been disturbing. Her book, Being Taken In: The Framing Relationship (Karnac) looks at the formative nature of our earliest relationships and the making and re-making of human connections in adversity. She has collaborated with Dilys Daws on a new edition of Parent Infant Psychotherapy for Sleep Problems: Through the Night, due out later this year. Her new book, Psychoanalysis, Neuroscience and the Stories of our Lives (Routledge), is also in press.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Lizi Potter
Contact Position
Training and Marketing Officer
Telephone
01865 778035
E-mail
lizi.potter@oxpip.org.uk
Website
https://www.oxpip.org.uk/events-1/lecture-dr-sarah-sutton

Where to go

Name
Friends Meeting House
Address
43
St Giles
Oxford
Postcode
OX1 3LW

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Friday 18th October, 1pm - 3pm
Time of day
Afternoon
Session Information
One of our series of public lecture

Other Details

Costs

Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
£20.00 Per session
£10.00 Per session
Details

Tickets are £20 each, or £10 concession

Additional Information

Providing services to
0 - 4 years (pre-school)
Adults

Supporting people with
Mental health conditions

Last checked on 10/09/2019

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