A series of books taken from the annual John Bowlby Memorial Conference Lecture, produced in association with the John Bowlby Centre, London.
Dementia An Attachment Approach
Touch Attachment and the Body
Addictions From an Attachment Perspective Do Broken Bonds and Early Trauma Lead to Addictive Behaviours?
Talking Bodies How do we Integrate Working with the Body in Psychotherapy from an Attachment and Relational Perspective?
Sexuality and Attachment in Clinical Practice
By Orit Badouk Epstein
September 30, 2021
Winner of the 2022 Gradiva® Award for Best Edited Book! Understanding shame as a relational problem, Shame Matters explores how people, with support, can gradually move away from the relentless cycle of shame and find new and more satisfying ways of relating. Orit Badouk Epstein brings together ...
By Kate White, Angela Cotter, Hazel Leventhal
September 21, 2018
This interdisciplinary book offers a relational perspective to dementia care drawing on attachment theory and practice. Relevant to professionals and the general public alike, it brings together innovative research and practice in psychotherapy and the creative arts with the lived experience of ...
By Judy Yellin, Kate White
December 31, 2012
This book is an outcome of the fourteenth John Bowlby Memorial Conference held in London. The conference covers the theme of understanding and treatment of the extreme state experienced in psychosis and major dissociative disorders by clients who have not benefited from psychoanalytic psychotherapy....
By Kate White
March 10, 2004
This book compiles the papers presented at John Bowlby Memorial Conference 2003, exploring the complex and interwoven themes of touch, attachment and the body and their emergence in clinical work. It offers a new theory of the body, and of the role of the body in psychoanalytical practice....
By Richard Gill
November 19, 2014
This outstanding book is an important collection of papers from the 2013 John Bowlby Memorial Conference by accomplished clinicians from different modalities who share their experience of working with people with different kinds of addiction. The papers bring together an in-depth understanding that...
By Andrew Odgers
August 11, 2014
The 2011 John Bowlby Memorial Conference, 'From Broken Attachments to Earned Security - The Role of Empathy in Therapeutic Change', focused on what needs to take place to facilitate empathy and attunement and ultimately the achievement of earned security. The confernce posed the challenge of how to...
By Kate White
June 04, 2014
This monograph brings together the presentations from the nineteenth John Bowlby Memorial Conference in 2012, organised by The Bowlby Centre. It explored the growing role of the body in relational psychotherapy over the last decade, and to bring us up to date in thinking about the relationship ...
By Kate White, Joseph Schwartz
January 31, 2005
This book is a selection of papers from the eleventh John Bowlby Memorial Conference. It covers the themes of sexuality and attachment, providing from a historical overview through intricate theoretical pathways to vivid descriptions to both analyst and analysand of a therapeutic relationship....
By Kate White
December 31, 2006
Drawn from the John Bowlby Memorial Conference, the theme of this book addresses the often hidden and ignored subject of attachment, race and culture. Can our individual narratives in relation to race, culture and attachment be unmasked in the therapeutic dyad to reveal our human connectedness? The...
By Judy Yedlin, Orit Badouk Epstein
September 27, 2013
This book explores the experiences of terror states in the consulting room. It examines how we might more adequately provide support and legitimacy within the profession for work 'on the edge', and explores the means by which individuals struggle to cope with exposure to war zones....
By Sarah Benamer, Kate White
April 11, 2008
This monograph contains a rich variety of material that is not usually included in traditional writings on trauma. In addition to the theoretical and clinical perspectives, poetry and storytelling join in to weave a vivid tapestry of multifaceted approaches to trauma. Whilst remaining true to its ...