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Conspiracy Theories in the Consulting Room: Relational Perspectives

An opportunity for school members to think together about conspiracy theories in the context of relational therapeutic thought and practice.

Some reading suggestions – more to be added:

It’s only fake-believe: how to deal with a conspiracy theorist

If your friends or family have fallen for an internet conspiracy cult, here’s what you should do

Ideas as Opiates: The Psychology of Conspiracy Theories – Sue Cowan-Jenssen

Date & time: TBC
Venue: Zoom – a link will be sent the day of the event.
Reserve your place here: ☞ Tickets

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Meg-John Barker and Ellis Johnson will be in dialogue with each other and exec members Jane Czyzselska and Robert Downes, reflecting on therapeutic thought and practice in relation to gender beyond the binary and its intersections drawing from a range of experience and ideas. 

We invite you to engage with the resources that will inform this event: ☞ Here.