Previous Monday evening events

16th March 2015


presented by: Bina Burke and Helen Maté

‘We are taking this opportunity to share our thinking about this ‘hot’ topic from our differing traditions. In this way we are hoping that a rounded view of some of the creativity and difficulties of confronting this stage of our working lives will be more available for discussion in the Institute. There will be two presentations and opportunity for discussion.

Robina Bina Burke
Analytical Psychotherapist and Art Psychotherapist
Bina qualified among the second group of trainees of the Jungian Training Committee. Previous to her training she worked as an Art Psychotherapist within the NHS, and privately working with groups and individuals. Bina also had rewarding work as an Art Psychotherapist within a religious (catholic) therapeutic community for Priests and Religious.  Since she trained she has been in private Jungian Analytical practice, served in many committees of WMIP, Has recently withdrawn from the JTC.  She continues to teach and supervise.  Bina now has a reduced practice and is considering withdrawal from active Analytic work.

Helen Maté
Helen has worked for many years as a psychoanalytic therapist in private practice. Her particular interests have been in working with the multi-lingual and multi-cultural strands in long term therapy. She is a graduate of the former Freudian and Independent training of WMIP and has been a training therapist for a variety of trainings as well as a training committee member of the TCPP.

Monday meetings archive >>

For more information email

The West Midlands’ leading professional and training organisation for psychoanalytical and Jungian analytical psychotherapies.