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Confer
Online continuing education for psychologists
Confer Speakers

Dr Janet Feigenbaum

Dr Janet Feigenbaum is a senior lecturer in clinical psychology at University College London and strategic and clinical lead for personality disorder services in North East London. She has been a member of the UK National DBT training team since 2006. She was director of research for the Oscar Hill Service supporting the completion of an RCT of the effectiveness of DBT in the NHS. In 2004 she led on the development of one of the Department of Health personality disorder pilot services (DDART) developing a service for individuals with personality disorder and co-morbid substance abuse. Her research interests include evaluating adaptations of DBT for carers/families, identifying the mechanisms of change during therapy for personality disorder, and identifying the needs of parents with personality disorder.


Past and present Confer events
Psychotherapeutic Skills Summer School - Working With 'Borderline Patients'
Tuesday 28 June to Saturday 2 July 2011






Book of the Month
Tea with Winnicott
Author: Professor Brett Kahr

Donald Winnicott is currently the most popular author in contemporary psychoanalysis. His writings are cited in bibliographies even more frequently than those by Sigmund Freud. And yet how many mental health professionals have actually managed to read and digest the nearly twenty published volumes of Winnicott’s books, chapters, essays, reviews, and letters?... read more...
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Professor Peter Fonagy

Professor Peter Fonagy considers the research to show what treatments are most effective when working with children and adolescents suffering from anxiety, ADHD, depression, relationship and conduct problems... view...

Did you know?
The Latest Neuroimaging Findings in Borderline Personality Disorder

Altered function in neurotransmitter systems including the serotonin, glutamate, and GABA systems was observed in patients with BPD... read more...