Developing Intimacy in Relationships
With Joanne Collins
10th February 2018
North London Group Therapy, 9 Manor Gardens, London N7 6LA
Often intimacy and sex become confused. There is a connection between the two ideas however we can be intimate without having sex and we can have sex without intimacy. The terms can be mutually exclusive. Intimacy can culminate in sex but it can also result in a deeper relationship between self and other.
In this seminar we want to think about:
• What is intimacy?
• How might it offer us?
• How do we establish it?
• How do we cultivate it?
Who should attend the workshop?
Those who want to benefit from the knowledge within The Black, African & Asian Therapy Network, who are from African, Asian and Caribbean heritages and who want to engage proactively and consciously in their psychological lives. This is a Community Connect Event.
Date: 10th February 2018
Time: 10am – 1pm
Venue: North London Group Therapy, 9 Manor Gardens, London N7 6LA
Fee: £20 (£15 members)
Earlybird – before 6 January 2018 £15 (£10 members)
Maximum number of participants 18
Joanne Collins (MSC) Psychotherapist who has worked within a Child and Adolescent Service as a Clinical Specialist with young people (and their parents/guardians/carers) as well as Adult Mental Health Services. Her other professional background includes teaching in the field of Social Care at Lambeth College and with the Open University. Joanne has multiple trainings that include MSC in Rehabilitative Counselling and Healthcare, MA in Child, Adolescent and Family Transpersonal Psychotherapy, MSC in Family and Systemic Psychotherapy and Psychosexual Relationship Post Graduate Diploma. She has a private practice where she works with children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. Joanne is currently undertaking a Professional Doctorate in Systemic Psychotherapy with the Tavistock and Portman Clinic.