Tears - crying and the absence of crying
July 05, 2019 - July 05, 2019
London | £70 including lunch
Crying is a natural process, a way of releasing emotions. When might crying instead be getting in the way? What about people who find they can’t cry? As therapists, do we feel crying is evidence of movement within the healing process? If so, what do we feel about the client who steadfastly cannot cry? This day will explore tears through the seminal work of Judith Kay Nelson (Seeing through tears: Crying and attachment, 2005), as well as providing an opportunity to look at participants’ experiences of crying and how these colour our attitudes as therapists.