The object of psychoanalysis is psychosexuality, which is not, in the final analysis, determined by having a male or a female body, but by the unconscious phantasies that are reached après coup through tracing the nuanced interplay of identifications as they are projected, enacted and experienced in the transference and the countertransference in the analytic encounter."
Speakers: Marilia Aisenstein, Donald Campbell, Rachel Chaplin,
Gregorio Kohon, Brian O'Neill, Rosine Jozef Perelberg and Jed Sekoff
Friday night clinical seminars led by Jan Abram, Donald Campbell,
Anne Harrison, Angela Joyce, Gregorio Kohon, Susan Loden, Rosine Jozef
Perelberg and Joan Schachter
Fee: £195 - includes Saturday coffee, lunch and reception
First 30 students and candidates: £140
Clinical seminars: £45
* The conference is open to members and candidates of the International Psychoanalytic Association, and members and candidates of member organisations of the British Psychoanalytic Council. Students wishing to attend need to be sponsored by a BPC registrant.
6.30 - 8: Clinical Seminars
8.45 - 9.30: Registration and Coffee
Chair: Don Campbell
9.30 - 9.40: Introduction
9.40 - 10.20: Rosine Jozef Perelberg - 'Love and Melancholia in the Analysis of Women'
10.20 - 11.20: Rachel Chaplin - 'How to be Both: The Articulation of Psychic Sexuality Within the Analytic Setting'
11.20 - 11.55: Coffee Break
11.15 - 11.50: Jed Sekoff - 'Hand, Spit, Shadow, Kiss: The Sensuous Mystery of Being Sexual, Always Other to Ourselves'
11.50 -13.00: Discussion
13.00 - 14.30: Lunch
Chair: Brian O’Neil
2.30 - 3.15: Marilia Aisenstein - 'To Be Born with Two Eyes'
3.15 - 3.45 Coffee Break
3.45 - 4.30 Gregorio Kohon - 'Bye Bye Sexuality'
16.30 - 17.15 Discussion
17.15 - 18.15 Reception and Book Launch
Byron House, 112A Shirland Road
London W9 2BT
|Full Conference Fee||£ 195.00|
|Reduced Fee Student/Candidate Conference||£ 140.00|
|Clinical Seminars (Friday)||£ 45.00|