Welcome to Psychodynamic Thinking.
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The Site has been designed to offer a range of private and public groups.
Go to the tab marked My Groups for a list of all the groups, spaces and pages you can access.
Go the tab marked Groups to Join for a list of private member groups, private discussion groups and private blogs.
If you want to join a private group you'll need to ask permission by sending an email to the administrator of that group. A series of clicks should get you to an email form. Don't forget to mention the name of the group you're trying to join.
Go here to find out more about our private and public rooms, and how they are organised.
If you want to know what we mean by Psychodynamic Thinking, you can go here.
If you want to know more about APPCIOS, go here.
If you're already an APPCIOS member, go here.
And if you'd like to join APPCIOS, then go here.
If you're an experienced senior clinician, thinking of joining APPCIOS, then go here.
If you'd like to contribute to growing this Site and its Community of psychodynamic thinkers, then go here.
If you'd like to know more about the hard work that went into designing and building the Site, go here.
If you'd like to contribute to the discussion on how to improve the Site, here's where you can do it.
You may have concerns about something that has been published on the Site - in that case you should contact us here.
Or you may have discovered a bug in the system - so tell us about that, too, and our techie, Mark, will do his best to correct it.
If you'd like to read our policy on data protection, you'll find it here.
You can also reach these policies through a link at the bottom of every page of the Site.
Once you've explored a little, you may find that you want to go back to something that interests you. You can build a personal library: just press the 'bookmark' button on the top of the page.