Technical Aspects of Attachment Oriented Psychotherapy
Format: Zoom (via Eventbrite)
Speaker: Dr Mario Marrone
Date: Saturday 19th June 14.00 – 15.30 GMT
IAN & AGIP Members fee £35 (enter members discount code at point of purchase) | Non-members fee: £50
This Seminar is also Week 14 of our PG Certificate in Attachment Theory. Registered PG Cert students will be given a code to access free tickets on the Eventbrite page on the day of the seminar.
In this lecture Dr Mario Marrone will explore, formulate and define the application of attachment theory to psychotherapy. He will touch on one of Bowlby’s key articles (1988), in which he described the five principles, which a psychotherapist needs to achieve in his/her/their professional work, and he will examine the central task of exploring the patient’s internal working models, which are developed in the course of early attachment experiences. Dr Marrone will then present his own more complex model of psychotherapy, which is built on Bowlby’s five principles; explaining the model’s concept of ‘representational constellations’ (Marrone,1984), which is rooted in his understanding of attachment theory as a psychoanalytic paradigm. He will illustrate points throughout by sensitively drawing on clinical examples, which respect the patients’ confidentiality.
About the Speaker
Dr Mario Marrone founded in the International Attachment Network in 1992 having been directly supervised by the founder of Attachment Theory, John Bowlby at the Tavistock Clinic in London for more than ten years. He remains a very active member of the IAN Executive Committee and is the coordinator for the IAN International Liaison Committee. Mario was a co-founder of the Journal for Attachment and Human development and has published and lectured extensively across the world on the subject of attachment theory. Formerly a consultant psychiatrist in the NHS Mario is now a psychotherapist in private practice. His training spans multiple disciplines, having trained in group analysis at the Institute of Group Analysis (London), in psychodrama in Buenos Aires, and in psychoanalysis at the Institute of Psychoanalysis (London). He has also trained in family therapy, tantra and meditation in the UK and has participated in multifamily therapy groups in (Elche) Spain. He has extensive experience in treating a variety of psychological, emotional and relational difficulties.Mario currently lives between the UK and Spain. He is fluent in English, Spanish and Italian.