"Psychotherapy and Ethics: Ideas for Our Time"(Part of a conference series on Ethics and Psychotherapy organised by Arboursand UKCP CPJA Ethics Committee)Will Artificial Inteligence and data analytics change the role of the psychotherapist?What are the implications of new research on the professions, as psychotherapy lookstoward the future?Date: 21 September 2019 (9am to 5pm)Venue: Amnesty International, The Human Rights Action Centre, 17-25 New Inn Yard,Shoreditch, London EC2A 3EASpeakers:Professor Jeremy Holmes is a Consultant Psychiatrist and Psychotherapist in the NHS and theauthor or many scientific articles and books. His interest is in neuroscience and psychoanalytictheory. He presents "The brain has a mind of its own: active inference (Al), and the new scienceof psychotherapy".Dr Kate Devlin is the author of the book: "Turned On: Science, Sex and Robots"She presents "Technological change: forecasting our future relationships with machines"Professor Krasimira Tsaneva-Atanasova is a Turing Fellow and her pilot work has been ondeveloping virtual reality-based diagnostic tools for mental health disorders.She presents "Individual motor signatures and socio-motor biomarkers in schizophrenia"Dr Elena Antonova is a lecturer in experimental psychology at King's College, London.She presents from her work in the area of Al and neuroscience "Self-related processes in theneuroscience of mindfulness and Al Robotics"Dr Mark Freeston, Centre for Psychiatry, Wolfson Institute for Preventive Medicine, Queen MaryUniversity of London, Turing Fellow. He presents "Thinking causally about personality, offending,and violence prevention".Dr Maria Liakata is a Turing Fellow. She presents "Opportunities and challenges in employingautomated analysis of language and heterogeneous user generated content to supportmonitoring of mental health"To registerVisit website: aapweb.website for the full programme and ticketsPurchase and enquiries by email: Adam Saltiel tickets@aapweb.websitePlease include your name and phone numberReceipt will be issued following paymentConference fees include lunchEarlybird fees £90.00 until 2 September 2019Full fees £110.00Student £45.00 (only 50 available) "Psychotherapy and Ethics: Ideas for Our Time" (Part of a conference series on Ethics and Psychotherapy organised by Arbours and UKCP CPJA Ethics Committee) Will Artificial Inteligence and data analytics change the role of the psychotherapist? What are the implications of new research on the professions, as psychotherapy looks toward the future? Date: 21 September 2019 (9am to 5pm) Venue: Amnesty International, The Human Rights Action Centre, 17-25 New Inn Yard, Shoreditch, London EC2A 3EA Speakers: Professor Jeremy Holmes is a Consultant Psychiatrist and Psychotherapist in the NHS and the author or many scientific articles and books. His interest is in neuroscience and psychoanalytic theory. He presents "The brain has a mind of its own: active inference (Al), and the new science of psychotherapy". Dr Kate Devlin is the author of the book: "Turned On: Science, Sex and Robots" She presents "Technological change: forecasting our future relationships with machines" Professor Krasimira Tsaneva-Atanasova is a Turing Fellow and her pilot work has been on developing virtual reality-based diagnostic tools for mental health disorders. She presents "Individual motor signatures and socio-motor biomarkers in schizophrenia" Dr Elena Antonova is a lecturer in experimental psychology at King's College, London. She presents from her work in the area of Al and neuroscience "Self-related processes in the neuroscience of mindfulness and Al Robotics" Dr Mark Freeston, Centre for Psychiatry, Wolfson Institute for Preventive Medicine, Queen Mary University of London, Turing Fellow. He presents "Thinking causally about personality, offending, and violence prevention". Dr Maria Liakata is a Turing Fellow. She presents "Opportunities and challenges in employing automated analysis of language and heterogeneous user generated content to support monitoring of mental health" To register Visit website: aapweb.website for the full programme and tickets Purchase and enquiries by email: Adam Saltiel tickets@aapweb.website Please include your name and phone number Receipt will be issued following payment Conference fees include lunch Earlybird fees £90.00 until 2 September 2019 Full fees £110.00 Student £45.00 (only 50 available)

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"Psychotherapy and Ethics: Ideas for Our Time" (Part of a conference series on Ethics and Psychotherapy organised by Arbours and UKCP CPJA Ethics Committee) Will Artificial Inteligence and data analytics change the role of the psychotherapist? What are the implications of new research on the professions, as psychotherapy looks toward the future? Date: 21 September 2019 (9am to 5pm) Venue: Amnesty International, The Human Rights Action Centre, 17-25 New Inn Yard, Shoreditch, London EC2A 3EA Speakers: Professor Jeremy Holmes is a Consultant Psychiatrist and Psychotherapist in the NHS and the author or many scientific articles and books. His interest is in neuroscience and psychoanalytic theory. He presents "The brain has a mind of its own: active inference (Al), and the new science of psychotherapy". Dr Kate Devlin is the author of the book: "Turned On: Science, Sex and Robots" She presents "Technological change: forecasting our future relationships with machines" Professor Krasimira Tsaneva-Atanasova is a Turing Fellow and her pilot work has been on developing virtual reality-based diagnostic tools for mental health disorders. She presents "Individual motor signatures and socio-motor biomarkers in schizophrenia" Dr Elena Antonova is a lecturer in experimental psychology at King's College, London. She presents from her work in the area of Al and neuroscience "Self-related processes in the neuroscience of mindfulness and Al Robotics" Dr Mark Freeston, Centre for Psychiatry, Wolfson Institute for Preventive Medicine, Queen Mary University of London, Turing Fellow. He presents "Thinking causally about personality, offending, and violence prevention". Dr Maria Liakata is a Turing Fellow. She presents "Opportunities and challenges in employing automated analysis of language and heterogeneous user generated content to support monitoring of mental health" To register Visit website: aapweb.website for the full programme and tickets Purchase and enquiries by email: Adam Saltiel tickets@aapweb.website Please include your name and phone number Receipt will be issued following payment Conference fees include lunch Earlybird fees £90.00 until 2 September 2019 Full fees £110.00 Student £45.00 (only 50 available) "Psychotherapy and Ethics: Ideas for Our Time" (Part of a conference series on Ethics and Psychotherapy organised by Arbours and UKCP CPJA Ethics Committee) Will Artificial Inteligence and data analytics change the role of the psychotherapist? What are the implications of new research on the professions, as psychotherapy looks toward the future? Date: 21 September 2019 (9am to 5pm) Venue: Amnesty International, The Human Rights Action Centre, 17-25 New Inn Yard, Shoreditch, London EC2A 3EA Speakers: Professor Jeremy Holmes is a Consultant Psychiatrist and Psychotherapist in the NHS and the author or many scientific articles and books. His interest is in neuroscience and psychoanalytic theory. He presents "The brain has a mind of its own: active inference (Al), and the new science of psychotherapy". Dr Kate Devlin is the author of the book: "Turned On: Science, Sex and Robots" She presents "Technological change: forecasting our future relationships with machines" Professor Krasimira Tsaneva-Atanasova is a Turing Fellow and her pilot work has been on developing virtual reality-based diagnostic tools for mental health disorders. She presents "Individual motor signatures and socio-motor biomarkers in schizophrenia" Dr Elena Antonova is a lecturer in experimental psychology at King's College, London. She presents from her work in the area of Al and neuroscience "Self-related processes in the neuroscience of mindfulness and Al Robotics" Dr Mark Freeston, Centre for Psychiatry, Wolfson Institute for Preventive Medicine, Queen Mary University of London, Turing Fellow. He presents "Thinking causally about personality, offending, and violence prevention". Dr Maria Liakata is a Turing Fellow. She presents "Opportunities and challenges in employing automated analysis of language and heterogeneous user generated content to support monitoring of mental health" To register Visit website: aapweb.website for the full programme and tickets Purchase and enquiries by email: Adam Saltiel tickets@aapweb.website Please include your name and phone number Receipt will be issued following payment Conference fees include lunch Earlybird fees £90.00 until 2 September 2019 Full fees £110.00 Student £45.00 (only 50 available)