Delivered by: Barry Mason
Barry Mason is is a family and systemic psychotherapist and supervisor based in London. He has worked with families, couples and individuals for over thirty years. he is a former director of the Institute of Family Therapy, London where he was also the director of the supervision programme and co-director of the doctoral programme. his own doctoral research developed ideas in a systematic approach to managing chronic pain and is a member of the Advisory Board of Pain Concern UK. He teaches in the UK and overseas – particularly in South East Asia and Australia. He has authored/co-edited four books including publications on supervision, taking risks in working cross-culturally and the therapeutic relationship. He has also contributed chapters to other books and published articles in numerous journals. a new paper on his work with religious clients is due out in May of this year.
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