I have been researching emotional suffering, its healing and emotional well-being for over 20 years, and in my webinars I share what I have learned.
My webinars are informed by academic research and personal experience.
They are open to anybody with an interest in psychological dynamics and how they impact behaviour. I work hard to communicate in ways that are engaging, clear and compassionate.
I’ve delivered keynote presentations at conferences hosted by The Royal College of Psychiatry, The Compassionate Mind Foundation, and Pacifica Graduate Institute. I have also spoken at The Royal Society of Arts, a number of Jungian groups, the Bowlby Center and the Tavistock Clinic.
I have recently started to host my own webinars.
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Image: Bea Mulder
Image: Beth Conklin (Igram) – Hold you
Image: Henrik Uldalen – Inhal
Modern Western cultures have eulogised the ideal that mothers evolved to love and protect all their children instinctively and automatically, and that neglectful, hostile or infanticidal feelings and behaviour in mothers are unnatural and perhaps pathological.
Modern mothers naturally internalise these cultural beliefs, so they tend to experience deep shame whenever they feel hostility towards their children. Tragically and ironically, this maternal shame makes it even more likely that they will act out their hostility.
Public Lecture, Royal Society of Arts (RSA), London.