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The Arbours Association

We are an internationally renowned registered charity with 40 years experience providing psychotherapeutic support for individuals with serious emotional problems.   We provide innovative residential and individual psychotherapy and training through our:

Arbours is based in North London. Our central office ( Main Enquiry Line: 0208 340 7646)  is in Hornsey, North London. Training seminars, events and initial psychotherapy consultations are primarily conducted here.  Our therapeutic communities are based in ordinary residential premises in Willesden Green and Muswell Hill.

The Arbours Association is named  from the Hebrew text ‘and he shall build Arbours over them’ i.e. as a means of shelter and sanctuary for those in the wilderness – literal or metaphorical.

Arbours Annual Conference

Understanding Adolescence: Creativity, Disturbance and the Developmental Process by Hannah Solemani
10.00am – 1.00pm followed by lunch
AAP AGM 2.00pm — 4.00pm (AAP Members)
Saturday 25 November 2017 at LSE, London WC2A 2AZ   

Adolescence is perhaps the most difficult and drastic phase in human development. Although not an illness or trauma, it is full of major physical and psychological changes that may lead to serious and possible fatal pathological consequences.
In this paper, I will look at the developmental tasks that face the adolescent and consider how these are negotiated. I will also illustrate this with some clinical work, of an analysis with a very worrying adolescent. It will, I hope, show how difficulties are tackled psychoanalytically and the enormous anxiety and terror adolescents project into those around them.

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The Arbours Association

A long established mental health organisation based in North London (N8) urgently needs a full time Facilitator/Support Worker (£20,176 per annum)
FT (40 hours including 2 hours of paid study leave) + 2 sleep-in per week

The Arbours Association provides therapeutic communities (psychodynamic approach) and supported housing for individuals in emotional distress. We are looking to recruit a Facilitator/Support Worker to help further our work.

This is a varied post assisting people with mental health problems in a residential setting. The ideal candidate will have experience or formal training in mental health issues and/or psychotherapy and is looking for an alternative approach to mainstream care. Sleep-in work is essential. In-house training is offered with this post.

To request for an application pack, please send an email to: info@arboursassociation.org

Closing date for receipt of applications: 15/02/19
Interviews will be held on the 21/02/19

The Arbours is an equal opportunity employer
Charity No 263608