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Therapy as Unconditional Hospitality

23rd Oct 2015 @ 6:45 pm - 9:30 pm

Delivered by Manu Bazzano

There are Codes of Ethics and there is Radical Ethics; the latter does not always coincide with the former but emerges as situational embodied response to the presence of another. You could transgress a rule and be ethical. You can follow a Code and be unethical. Radical ethics is another name for hospitality and the work of a therapist that of a host.

Who is a good host? One who understands deeply that she is a guest on Earth. What do we really mean when we say ‘welcome’? Welcome to my territory? Or ‘you and I are both guests – of psyche, of this transient space of mutual healing’?

At the workshop we will explore radical ethics through experiential exercises and discussion.

Dr Manu Bazzano is a writer, supervisor and lecturer at Roehampton University, London. He also offers person-centred/existential counselling and psychotherapy and works with individuals, couples and groups. He has practised meditation since 1980 and in January 2004 was ordained as a Zen monk in both the Soto and Rinzai traditions. He facilitates workshops integrating meditation and humanistic therapy: www.manubazzano.com

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AHP members: £25 Non-members: £35

 

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Date:
23rd Oct 2015
Time:
6:45 pm - 9:30 pm
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Breams Buildings
7-9 Breams Buildings
London, EC4A 1DT United Kingdom
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