1a Goldsmiths Row
The third book of the new iteration of the London Psychology Book Club is a short one: "The Drama of Being a Child".
In this book, Alice Miller examines the consequences of repression at personal and social levels, the causes of the physical and psychological harm done to children and how this can be prevented, and finally the new methods at our disposal for dealing with the consequences of infant traumas.
The book club will be a facilitated environment and you are welcome to participate as much or as little as you wish.
You are invited to share your relationship to the book and any difference reading it has made on your life. It is important everyone has the opportunity to voice themselves and be heard.
Although not a therapy group, it is the intention of the organiser to make the space a safe and supportive one. It is hoped confidentiality, curiousity of different opinions and respect for one another will be very much alive in the group.
Please ask if you would like to be further involved in the book club. And suggestions of future book titles and feedback on the book club are welcome too.
Refunds are not offered for this Meetup.