A century of pioneering work and care at London’s psychodynamic hub
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A century of pioneering work and care at London’s psychodynamic hub

Daniel Allen Freelance health writer

Influenced by the Vienna-based ‘new psychology’ approach 100 years ago, the Tavistock Clinic – aka the ‘Tavi’ – in London is renowned as a nerve centre where nursing staff apply their skills to help people who are facing a mental health crisis

On a corner of Belsize Lane in leafy north London, Sigmund Freud sits attentive and thoughtful, hands in waistcoat pockets, immortalised in bronze by the Croatian sculptor Oscar Nemon.

Mental Health Practice. 21, 9,8-9. doi: 10.7748/mhp.21.9.8.s8

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