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Director of Clinic at the Imperial War Museum

Do we live in an age of terror? How have attitudes to security in public spaces and urban centres changed? Does art have a place in helping to understand terror?…

London Photo Festival

WPF Therapy has teamed up with London Photo Festival for a brand new photography competition!  Closing date is 30th November 2017. We have teamed up with London Photo Festival to…

WPF Therapy response to the Parsons Green attack

All at WPF Therapy are again deeply saddened to hear of the appalling terrorist attack at Parsons Green tube today. Just as with the Finsbury Park, Westminster, Manchester and London…

Back to work blues

I had got to the end of my holiday, It hadn’t really worked and I was back at work. I had drunk a lot, got angry one night and had…

Open Evening / Introductory Seminar

Want to find out more about training at WPF Therapy.  Next Open Evening / Introductory Seminar is Friday, 6th September.  Email training@wpf.org.uk or apply online.

A Life Remembered

David Black, the respected psychoanalyst who was involved in the very beginnings of WPF Therapy, shared some poignant memories of Benita Kyle at her memorial service. The death took place…

Benita Mary Kyle ‘Bennie’

22nd October 1930  – 22nd June 2017 Bennie Kyle played a pivotal role in setting up WPF Therapy (the Westminster Pastoral Foundation) with her husband Bill Kyle in 1969.  Sadly,…

Out of This World: Suicide Examined

WPF Graduate Publication Out of This World : Suicide Examined (Karnac Books) 2017 The book in essence sees suicide as a state of mind underpinned by a largely unconscious, but…

BPC Conference: Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Now

WPF Therapy is pleased to announce that it is a sponsor of the BPC Conference in November – Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Now. The Inner World and Rebuilding the State We’re In…