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Other Talks by Emeritus Professor Russell Meares

 


Russell Meares is an Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry at Sydney University and Director of Mental Health Sciences at Westmead Hospital in Sydney. 

- Trained at Maudsley and Bethlem Royal Hospitals, 1963 -1968, co-founding with Robert Hobson the   Conversational Model of psychotherapy. 

- Founder of the academic department of Psychiatry, University of Melbourne, at the Austin Hospital   1969. 

- Foundation Chair of Psychiatry of Sydney University at Westmead Hospital, 1981, Foundation President   of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Psychotherapy in 1989.

His most recent books are: “Intimacy and Alienation”, 2000; “Metaphor of Play”, revised and enlarged edition, 2005.  Awarded Distinguished Psychiatrist of the Year, at UCLA, 2007 and the RANZCP NSW Branch, Meritorious Service Award, 2009.

 

Russell Meares
Russell Meares

 

Title Published Difficulty
A Model of Complex Psychological Trauma2012
Defining The Conversational Model2006
Dissociation 
Dissociation : The distinction between Primary and Secondary dissociation.2011
Essentials of the Conversational Model2012
Evolution of The Conversational Model2007
From Neurosis to Trauma.

Thursday 26 May @ 08:00 Sydney, Australia.
(Wednesday 25 May @ 22:00 GMT)

 
Mourning and Melancholia revisited: A new approach to Intractable Depression2008
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and the Conversational Model - OCD.2007
What do we do with dreams?2014

 

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Janine Stevenson, Russell Meares, Roberto D'Angelo

 

 

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