Alistair D Sweet
Alistair D Sweet School of Psychology Queen’s University United Kingdom
Alistair D. Sweet MA (PsyA), MSSc, Dip.Couns (PsyD), MBACP is a Senior Psychotherapist and Head of Clinical Services with Addiction NI (Previously Northern Ireland Community Addiction Service/ NICAS) and a Lecturer and Clinical Supervisor in the School of Psychology, Queen’s University, Belfast. Mr Sweet joined NICAS in 2001, as a Senior Therapist and became Head of Clinical Services in 2009. Mr Sweet holds a Master of Arts degree in Psychoanalytic Studies (QUB), a Master of Social Science degree with distinction in Criminology (QUB) and a Diploma in Psychodynamic Therapeutic Counselling. Mr Sweet has also undertaken further psychotherapeutic trainings with specialisms in the addictions, dual diagnosis mental health issues and psychodynamic psychotherapy. He is, as a Psychotherapist, a Member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. Mr Sweet’s published work has appeared internationally in a range of peer reviewed journals including The British Journal of Psychotherapy, The International Forum of Psychoanalysis and The American Journal of Psychotherapy.
Assessment of personality and psychological defence mechanisms, Disturbances of attachment, Psychotherapy for the addictions, The history and clinical application of object relations theory in psychoanalytic psychotherapy.