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The Day After Tomorrow

A CASSE Symposium on Breakthrough Recognition

 

SPEAKER PROFILE: Dr Craig San Roque

craig-san-roqueCraig San Roque is a Jungian Analyst and Psychotherapist, trained in London. His practice, since 1987,  has been in Sydney and Alice Springs, where he has been involved in indigenous mental health services since 1992.  His writings  are concerned  with the  challenge to and application of psychotherapeutic principles in complex local  indigenous settings.  He has collaborated on several CASSE projects.

publications  include-

The Cultural Complex,  ed Singer and Kimbles,  2004, Routledge,London.,  Explorations in Psychoanalytic Ethnography ed Mimica, Berghahn,NY, 2007., The Geography of Meanings ed  Hooke and Akhtar,  International  Psychoanalysis Library, 2007. Growing Up in Central Australia,  Ute Eickelcamp, On Ceremony in the Journal of Critical Psychology, Counselling and Psychotherapy v 16, no3, Sept 2016. The award winning graphic novel,  The Long Weekend in Alice Springs and a series of hybrid performance events at Alice Springs on themes of intoxication, law,  death and regeneration.

CASSE’s first cultural bush camps, part of our ‘Shields for Living, Tools for Life‘ program, have commenced to support at-risk young people to get ‘back on track’. Read story in the Centralian Advocate and media release from Minister Dale Wakefield here: casse.org.au/2019/11/01/bac… pic.twitter.com/ZIWaAVGR4V

About 2 weeks ago from CASSE Australia's Twitter via Twitter Web App