A series of lectures and discussion groups from the Institute of Psychoanalysis in partnership with the Maudsley.
Leading psychoanalysts will give talks on the application of psychoanalytical concepts to clinical work and beyond.
The programme is orientated to be of particular interest to clinicians: psychiatrists, psychologists, psychotherapists and others in mental health and allied professions.
Please note that tickets booked for individual lectures DO NOT include the discussion groups.
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Concession tickets are available for £10.00; please contact Outreach if you would like to book concession tickets.
List of included lectures
15 January: Luigi Caparrotta Psychoanalytic assessment
22 January: John Keene Enactments in the recovery from abuse, trauma and parental disturbance
29 January: Rachel Gibbons Terror, loss and breakdown: the internal and external wars against terror
5 February: Cyril Couve Learning to live with a bad object: what happens when analysis weakens the manic defenses of a depressed patient
19 February: Margot Waddell “And so of larger-darknesses": death and the containing function of words
26 February: Claire Cripwell Seeing is believing: construction and interpretation in psychoanalysis
05 March: Mary Morgan Relationships - why bother? A psychoanalytic view of intimate relating
12 March: Edgard Sanchez-Bernal The language of our body, the symptoms in our mind: mental health in higher education
19 March: David Morgan Whistleblowers and activism: prevailing against the illusory impermeability of establishment defences
Individual lectures (excluding discussion group): £20
82-96 Grove Lane
London SE5 8SN