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Patrick Casement

Patrick Casement obtained his degree at Cambridge University, in anthropology and theology. He then trained to become a social worker, subsequently becoming an analytical psychotherapist and then a psychoanalyst and training analyst with British Psychoanalytical Society. His first book On Learning from the Patient (1985) became an international best seller in the field of psychoanalysis. A later book, Learning from Our Mistakes (2002), was awarded a Gradiva Award in America for its contribution to psychoanalysis. His last book Learning from Life: becoming a psychoanalyst (2006) is partly autobiographical - an unusual step for an analyst but one he felt able to take since retiring.


Past and present Confer events
My Most Remarkable Session
Saturday 14 January 2017

The Self-Disclosure Dilemma
Saturday 5 November 2016


Interpretation or Intersubjective Communication?
Saturday 19 March 2016

Learning from Life
Saturday 20 April 2013

Learning from Life
Saturday 27 February 2010

Live Supervision
Friday 6 February 2009

Beyond Interpretation
Saturday 5 July 2008






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