TTHE BUZZ TRAP – CYBERSPACE AND ADOLESCENT STATES OF MIND


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PUBLIC  LECTURE

By

Dr Graham Music

On

Monday 6 August 2018

THE BUZZ TRAP – CYBERSPACE AND ADOLESCENT STATES OF MIND

 

Venue:    UCT Lung Institute Conference Centre, George Street, Mowbray
Time:      Registration:  19H00 – 19H30                           Presentation:   19H30 – 21H00
Cost:        R140:00              Students  R100:00                 At the door:  R160:00
Contact    ipcpcapetown@gmail.com

 Please join us for cheese and wine at 19H00

 BANK DETAILS:  Bank name: Standard Bank of South Africa Ltd      Branch name: Claremont               Branch code: 025109  

                             Type of account:Enterprise Autobank Plus            Account number: 076311007        

Please ensure that your name is on the POP e-mailed to Bea Wirz          bwirz@telkomsa.net

Bookings will be confirmed on receipt of payment.

 

 

 

Graham Musicis a Consultant Child Psychotherapist and Associate Clinical Director at the Tavistock Clinic in London.  He has undertaken extensive trainings as both an adult and a child and adolescent psychotherapist.  His main clinical interests are in developing services in community settings such as schools, and in working with children who are looked after or adopted, and the adults in their lives. He teaches in Britain, and abroad, in child development, neuroscience and attachment theory, and has a particular interest in linking cutting-edge developmental findings with therapeutic practice. He is on the editorial board of the Child Psychotherapy Journal and has published particularly on the interface of developmental research and therapeutic practice. He is also an adult psychotherapist working in private practice.

His publications include “Nurturing Natures: Attachment and Children’s Emotional, Sociocultural and Brain Development” (2010),    “Affect and Emotion (Ideas in Psychoanalysis)(2001),    “The Good Life: Wellbeing  and the New Science of Altruism, Selfishness and Immorality” (2014) and he co-authored “Rebecca Fortnum: Self Contained” (2013).