Guy Kett presented “Reactive Attachment Disorder”. This was clearly a heartfelt and personal issue concerning his family. Academically, from the stance of my experience as a Registrar in Psychiatry in 1971 I do not regard this as a pathological diagnosis, but rather as a variation of behavioural disorder. Vera Hopkins (retired Consultant Psychologist) was present and searching in her questions’
The Mystics and Scientists conferences have been held every year since 1978, and are dedicated to forging a creative understanding of the complementary roles of scientific and mystical approaches to reality. The conferences always provide a highly engaging and creative opportunity to come together with like-minded people in a spirit of exploration and dialogue. Our theme brings together physics, philosophy, psychology, spirituality and healing, which speakers will address from their various angles of expertise to show how the oneness of mind has crucial implications for the way we live our lives and relate to each other. At a deep level it seems that we are one another and we need to overcome the superficial illusion that we are separate beings.