Part of our purpose at TR Together is to build a strong community, for psychotherapists to connect professionally and personally so we are excited to host our first-ever in-person social event. Julia Samuel and her psychotherapist daughters, Emily and Sophie will be interviewed by Eugene Ellis as part of a special evening at the Freud Museum in London. There will be an opportunity to explore the museum, enjoy the interview with our guests, and join a drinks reception on the ground floor, offering a chance to meet with colleagues old and new. The TR Together team will be at the event and are looking forward to meeting with you.
The Samuels are making a great impact by sharing the work that psychotherapists are doing behind closed doors. Julia has made an incredible contribution to the field of psychotherapy through decades of challenging clinical work with a focus on bereavement. She has held multiple roles in the charitable sector, is author of three Sunday Times bestsellers, Grief Works, This Too Shall Pass and Every Family Has a Story, and has launched a successful Grief Works app. Most recently, together with her daughters, she has been hosting a highly successful podcast, Therapy Works. The evening will be an opportunity to hear how she has achieved this and what motivates her to pursue her work.
Alongside Julia we will hear from her daughters Emily, an integrative child psychotherapist, and Sophie an adult psychotherapist. The evening will offer a behind the scenes chat with Eugene about their work together on the highly successful podcast Therapy Works. The podcast's mission is to ‘expand our understanding of therapy and prove that meaningful conversations that may contain difficult conversations can be profoundly healing’. Each episode offers a glimpse into Julia’s therapy room as she holds intimate conversations with guests; some are well-known and others are facing particular challenges in life. This is followed by a three-way conversation as Emily and Sophie join Julia to reflect on each podcast.
Eugene’s interview will encourage Julia, Emily and Sophie to reflect on the profound lessons they’ve learned from their guests to inspire you and the wider therapy community with the transformative power of therapy, storytelling and family bonds.
We hope you can join us!
We look forward to welcoming you into the Freud Museum. Our team will be on the registration desk to welcome you and hand you your name badge. Before taking your seats for the interview you can explore the museum, including Freud’s consulting room and infamous couch ,and immerse yourself into the beginnings of the discipline of psychoanalysis and consider how far it has come!
Julia, Emily, and Sophie Samuel will be interviewed by Eugene with a focus on their distinctive journeys as therapists, their different trainings, styles of working and client groups. They will also explore their collaboration on the podcast, Therapy Works so you can learn about their mission to broaden general understandings of therapy and its potential. Discover how each episode offers an intimate glimpse into Julia's therapy room, as she engages in meaningful dialogues with a diverse range of guests, exploring their stories and challenges. The conversation doesn't stop there – Emily and Sophie join their mother to reflect on each podcast, offering a unique perspective that intertwines professional insights with familial dynamics. We look forward to hearing more from behind the scenes!
Have a look around the museum with a drink in hand. Meet with colleagues old and new. Chat with the TR Together team and share your clinical joys and challenges and how we can support you through our CPD events and community gatherings.