Saturday, 6 December 2003

Journal of Child Psychotherapy

40th Birthday Conference

at the
Royal College of Physicians, London NW1

Saturday, December 6th 2003


The Programme Planning Committee of the Association of Child Psychotherapists and the Editorial Board of the Journal of Child Psychotherapy have great pleasure in inviting you to a major international conference to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Journal, first published in December 1963.

The conference brings together a distinguished range of speakers reflecting the Journal's increasingly international coverage. In line with the Journal's emphasis on presenting detailed accounts of child psychotherapy practice, the presentations will have a primarily clinical focus which will reflect the development of child psychotherapy over time and in different areas of the world - developments to which we hope the Journal has made a significant contribution.

The conference has been made possible by the generous sponsorship of our publishers Taylor and Francis.


"Child psychotherapy - then and now"
Lisa Miller, London (Editor, JCP, 1983-86)

"Converging Traditions in Child Psychoanalysis"
Neil Altman, New York (Advisory Board, JCP)

"Walking in the lost child's tracks in Australia : reclaiming an adopted latency girl and other lost children"
Frances Thomson-Salo, Melbourne (Overseas Representative, JCP)

"Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy with Autistic Children"
Didier Houzel, Caen (Advisory Board, JCP)

Following the Conference delegates are invited to attend a Reception in the Library to mark the launch of "Key Papers from the Journal of Child Psychotherapy" (Routledge).

Places limited. Early application advised.

Venue: Royal College of Physicians, London NW1

Fee: £75 (limited number of student concessions @ £50)

application form


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