For the foreseeable future ALL workshops and talks will be held online.

For the first half of 2021 we anticipate that we will need to continue giving our events online. When it is safe to do so we hope that we will be able to return to our normal mode of holding events at the University.


9 November Rhythm and Blues: How the Development of an Attuned Rhythm can Mitigate Depression and Anxiety in Both Mother and Baby
Jane Eustace
Half-day Workshop Saturday
20 November
Understanding & Recognising Sex and Porn Addiction
Justin Marsh
14 December 10 Things You Didn't Know About Freud
Alistair Ross

Past Presentations

Summaries of RTG's past presentations can be found by following this link.


Both members and non-members who wish to attend will need to register with  Katrina Likhtman in advance. Non-members will need to pay £10 by bank transfer. The Zoom link will then be sent to those attending prior to the event.

Rhythm and Blues: How the Development of an Attuned Rhythm can Mitigate Depression and Anxiety in Both Mother and Baby

Presented by Jane Eustace
Tuesday, 9th November 2021 8pm to 9.30pm

Synopsis:How do we connect to each other and why is it so important that we do? This lecture will consider individual, dyadic and social aspects of attachment, focusing upon the rhythms that connect us. Jane will present relevant theory, contemporary research and will illustrate this with clinical examples of both individual adult psychotherapy and parent-infant psychotherapy. These will then be considered in respect of working with depression and anxiety.

Biography:Jane started working with mothers and babies in 1997 as a Family Worker in Reading. She then trained as a Psychodynamic Practitioner (Counselling and Psychotherapy) at Oxford University and was awarded an M.ST. in 2002. She later worked in the NHS as Locality Lead for South Oxfordshire Primary Care and has lectured in Counselling for the University of Oxford and the University of Reading. She trained as a Parent-Infant Psychotherapist with OXPIP in 2013 and now works in South Oxfordshire (currently online during the COVID-19 Pandemic). She provides training and consultancy for Health and Social Care Professionals. She has a Private Practice in Reading working with parents and their babies/toddlers and also offers individual psychotherapy with adults. Jane is a Senior Accredited Member and Supervisor of the BACP, an Accredited member of APPCIOS and is an Accredited VIG Practitioner.

RTG talks are approved for Royal College of Psychiatrists CPD: 1.5 external units per session. Sessions may also be used as proof of Continuous Professional Development (CPD) as part of re-accreditations. Certificates and records of attendance are available at each meeting.

Disclaimer: All details are subject to change without notice and RTG cannot be held responsible for any financial losses incurred as a result.

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