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Autumn 2019 & January 2020 Seminars

Saturday 23 November:

“The lure of sameness, the pain of difference: the role of friendship in identity formation”
Speaker: Dr Alison Lee

Newman University, Bartley Green, Birmingham

Further details and booking >>

Saturday 25 January 2020:

“Shame as a Cause of Psychological Disturbance”
Speaker Mr Simon Archer

Newman University, Bartley Green, Birmingham

Further details and booking >>

For more information please contact our Administrator, Mrs Carmela Billingham and she will put you in touch with our Admissions tutor. Email: Tel: 07939 255534.

Spring 2019 Seminars

Saturday 2nd February

Forgiveness: a forgotten clinical consideration?
Speaker: Professor Adrian Sutton, Director of The Squiggle Foundation

Venue: The Carillon Suite, Beeches Conference Centre, Birmingham

Saturday 30th March

The Fictions of Dreams
Speaker: Otto M Rheinschmiedt

Venue: The Sycamore Suite, Beeches Conference Centre, Birmingham


For both seminars registration is open from 9.30am and the seminars will commence at 10.00am, ending at 1.30pm


The fee for each seminar is £55.00 for WMIP members and £60.00 for non-WMIP members. Bookings should be made at least two weeks before the seminar date. To book, please return your completed form as soon as possible to Carmela Billingham, the TCPP administrator at

Further details and booking form >>


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Reading list for seminar 18 May

“Perversion and Personality disorder: Different solutions to developmental Problems” presented by Mr Simon Archer
Saturday 18 May 2013 Birmingham
Full details of the seminar and reading list (pdf) >>

Details of seminar programme (most are open to the public) >>

Reading list for 11 May seminar

Reading list for 11 May seminar: Mrs Anne Amos  “Somatisation, Hysteria and Identity” has been posted and can be download from here (pdf) >>


Reading lists for 27 April seminar

The reading list for the seminar “Understanding Psychosis: Applying our understanding (and overcoming our fears)” on Saturday 27 April led by Dr Brian Martindale can be downloaded here (pdf format) >>