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APN London Workshops

All Points North is delighted to offer free workshops to clinicians and other staff members. Please join us in February as we explore new ways of thinking about ourselves, our relationships, and elevating the standard of care.

All sessions hosted on Thursdays at 6 PM at APN London:
12 Upper Wimpole Street

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Reimagining Health:

Embracing the New Era of Lifestyle Psychiatry for Optimal Mental Well-Being

with Dr Mihaela Bucur

This presentation focuses on the growing body of evidence that underscores the importance of lifestyle factors, including physical activity, nutrition, sleep, social connection, and stress management, in the treatment of mental illnesses. We’ll delve into how lifestyle factors can prevent mental health conditions and discuss practical applications for integrating these findings into clinical settings and everyday life.

Thursday, 8th February at 6:00 PM

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A Mind-Body Approach to Depression Treatment:

Comprehensive Care at All Points North London

with Zena Tambini

During this presentation, we’ll delve into the intricacies of APN’s comprehensive treatment model, addressing depression treatment through cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing (EMDR), lifestyle psychiatry, nutrition, 9x, ketamine-assisted healing, and deep transcranial magnetic stimulation (dTMS). We’ll discuss the benefits of a whole-person approach to treatment and focus on empowering individuals facing depression with a range of tools that go beyond traditional methods to foster physical, mental, and emotional healing.

Thursday, 15th February at 6:00 PM

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Women's Health:

A Mind-Body Approach to Supporting Clients Through Different Life Stages

with Jodie Abrahams

In this evening talk, Nutritionist and women’s health specialist Jodie Abrahams will outline APN London’s holistic approach to supporting women’s mind-body health throughout different life stages.

The Women’s Health Pathway incorporates one-to-one and group support using different modalities to address issues arising in physical health, mental health, mood, and relationships. Jodie will discuss the role hormones play in health and wellbeing, and how we can help women achieve a better balance, build resilience to shifts and challenges, and find support with a range of therapeutic and movement-based modalities.

Members of the multidisciplinary team will be available for input and discussion.

Thursday, 22nd February at 6:00 PM

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Desire in Long-Term Relationships: An Impossibility?

with James Earl

Current research has challenged many of the ways psychosexual therapy traditionally approached the problem of desire. In this talk, James Earl will take a new approach to issues with desire and provide insight into how relationship therapy can help.

Together, you’ll explore various questions, for example:

  • Why does desire so often go missing in long-term relationships?
  • Why don’t ‘date nights’ work?
  • Do we need more – or less – intimacy?
  • Is touch helpful – or not?
  • Are we trying to bring couples closer? … Or create space?
  • Why is sensate focus (the traditional ‘mindfulness’ approach to sex therapy from Master and Johnson) not working for so many modern couples?
  • What’s wrong with language like ‘foreplay’ and ‘making love’?
  • Is fantasy helpful? What about porn?

Join James for a roundtable talk to ask questions and unearth cutting-edge thinking about how we approach relationship therapy.

Thursday, 29th February at 6:00 PM