The Maudsley Lectures in Psychoanalysis are a series exploring the application of psychoanalytic concepts to clinical work and beyond.
This Autumn we will be reflecting on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic from a psychoanalytic perspective across 9 topics.
The Maudsley Lectures will be of particular interest to clinicians and trainees working in psychiatry, psychology, psychoanalysis, psychotherapy, nursing and other areas of mental health. They are open to anyone interested in psychoanalytic ideas.
- Lectures start at 6.30pm and are held on Mondays
- Each lecture lasts approximately one hour, then there is time for questions
Chaired by: Emma Hotopf, Maxine Dennis, Antje Netzer-Stein
5th Oct | Trauma: The Impact of Covid 19 | Jo Stubley
12th Oct | Reflections on the pandemic | David Bell & Stephani Hatch
19th Oct | Death and Dying in a time of Covid 19 | Maggie Bisset & Eileen McGinley
2nd Nov | Couples, Covid and cooking: Understanding couples responses to the pandemic | Avi Shmueli
9th Nov | Life, Death and Psychoanalysis in Shadow of the Pandemic | Josh Cohen
16th Nov | Pandemics in literature | Neil Vickers
23rd Nov | Covid-19: How can Organisations Contain Anxiety in the Face of a Pandemic? | Jo O'Reilly, Philip Stokoe and Sir Norman Lamb
30th Nov | Covid-19 does not discriminate - or does it? | Fakhry Davids and Shubulade Smith
7th Dec | Into the Abyss: Covid, Neuropsychiatry and Psychoanalysis | Anthony David and Cynthia Fu
Please note: These lectures will be held on Zoom and will also be available for the following 24 hours to all registered participants.
REFUND POLICY: Tickets are fully refundable until 14 days before the lecture, after which time no refunds will be issued. For full series bookings, tickets are fully refundable 14 days before the first lecture in the series.
Concession tickets are available, for students, BPAS candidates and NHS trainees. Please email email@example.com if you are unsure if you qualify for a concession ticket.
Views and opinions expressed by speakers are their own and do not represent the views or opinions of the Institute, event organisers or other speakers