Dr Maggie Turp

Dr Maggie Turp

Dr Maggie Turp is a psychodynamic psychotherapist and supervisor in private practice and a chartered psychologist.

Her academic career has included lectureships at the University of Reading and at Birkbeck College, London. Since retiring from mainstream academic life, she has been a visiting lecturer at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust.

Maggie is a member of the Editorial Boards of the journals Psychodynamic Practice and Infant Observation. Her publications include several journal papers and two books: Psychosomatic Health: the body and the word (2001 Palgrave) and Hidden Self-Harm: narratives from psychotherapy (2003 Jessica Kingsley).

Past Events with Maggie Turp

Self-Harm, Self-Care and the Way Between

The Skin Around The Self

Working with Body Storylines

Perspectives on Interpretation: What makes a good intervention in therapy? (Conference)

Working with Body Storylines

Working with ‘Hard-to-Reach’ Individuals in Counselling and Psychotherapy

Broken Threads: The impact of trauma on patients and practitioners

Testimonials for Maggie Turp’s training

Maggie was fluent, approachable, thoughtful, and very good at managing difficult material.

Positive and Informativ e: Maggie’s approach embodied the empathy and understanding needed when working with self-harming patients.

I found Maggie engaging and extremely interesting with a ‘realness’ that I really appreciated.

Maggie is excellent. The day was informative and animated with a deeply joyous feeling.

I’m off to find some of Maggie’s written work now as I am enthralled!

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