School of Health in Social Science

CCRI First Thursday Seminar Series: 2018-19

All seminars take place in Room 4.1, School of Health in Social Science, Doorway 6, Teviot Place, from 4.30pm to 5.45pm followed by an invitation to continue the discussions across the road at ‘Doctors’. No need to book in advance!



Previous Seminars

Jeffrey Cornelius-White and Jin Wu -: Carl Rogers, The China Diary: 100 years on for the musings that are more fun than a “box of monkeys” 6th June 2019
Andy Hardie: Long Journeys & Wild Places: An exploration of wilderness therapy

4th October 2018                                                    

Edgar Rodríguez-Dorans- When a kiss is an act of resistance: Counselling gay men, men who are attracted to other men, and men with other nonconforming identities

1st November 2018

 Michelle Nicholson -Writing Therapeutically about Pregnancy Sickness: The Power of Process over Prose

6th December 2018

Sarah Helps- Family therapy: tales from research and practice from different sides of the room 7th Feb 2019       
Seamus Prior -Staying the course: What helps practitioners to make a lifelong career in counselling and psychotherapy 7th March 2019
Fiona Murray - Counselling at the Porn Factory: A tour 4th April 2019
Nick Totton - We are all body psychotherapists (whether we know it or not) 2nd May 2019


Listen to the seminars recorded so far

Jun 06 2019 -

CCRI First Thursday Seminar Series: 2018-19

The ‘First Thursday’ seminar series engages with innovative, creative and radical conversations about counselling and psychotherapy research and practice.

Room 4.1, Doorway 6, Teviot Place, Edinburgh, EH8 9AG