The Conversational Model: an Outline

Dr Michael Williamson

The Conversational Model is the first psychotherapy which was specifically developed to treat a condition which in the 1960s was still believed to be untreatable, later termed Borderline Personality Disorder. This new form of psychotherapy was a joint creation of Robert Hobson and Russell Meares. It aimed to treat a disabling condition gradually understood to arise from severe developmental stresses in parent-child relationships.

Westmead Psychotherapy Program for Complex Traumatic Disorders
Grand rounds/think tank 2 April 2015
Cumberland Hospital, North Parramatta, NSW, Australia
View Grand rounds Timetable at:

Michael Williamson
Michael Williamson
 more about this speaker
 other talks by the speaker
XShare
Click on a link above to share this page with your networking site.

Media

TITLE SPEAKER DURATION
Video The Conversational Model: an Outline Michael Williamson 30'57"
icon pdf.gif The Conversational Model: an Outline Michael Williamson


Top of page

Dr Michael Williamson

Dr Michael Williamson is a consultant psychiatrist and psychotherapist now working in private practice after lengthy experience in the public health system. He was one of the foundation members of ANZAP and its first NSW President. He is a Clinical Senior Lecturer of the University of Sydney and has been a long term Faculty member of the Master of Medicine program in psychotherapy. He is interested in the psychotherapy of developmental trauma in adults, and the Self in Literature and Art.

Top of page
Subscribers
Login Here
Email
Password
Subscribe
Now
BENEFIT from
UNLIMITED ACCESS to our
GROWING VIDEO LIBRARY
Subscribe Monthly
$19.95 - Unlimited Access
Subscribe 6 Months
$99.75 - Save 1 Month
Subscribe 1 Year
$149.95 - Save 3 Months
Australia Society for Psychological MedicineANZAPWorld Council for PyschtherapyPACFABrisbane Institute of Strength Base PraticeISHHR - International Society for Health and Human RightWAS - World Association for Sexual HealthMissing of HopeAABCAPSTARTTSANSA