jung forum: race, power and intimacy: understanding the crosscurrents surrounding patient and analyst
Members' event. Ruth Calland will present her paper ‘Race, power and intimacy in the intersubjective field: the intersection of racialised cultural complexes and personal complexes’
psychoanalytic perspectives on the shadow of the parent
In this event, Coline Covington and Christopher Wintle, two dynamic speakers, will present and expand upon their chapters from the book ‘Psychoanalytic Perspectives on the Shadow of the Parent’.
boarding school syndrome: the psychological trauma of ‘privileged’ children
In this Wessex event, Prof. Joy Schaverien will discuss a cluster of symptoms and behaviours, which she classified as ‘Boarding School Syndrome’.
jung - lacan dialogues: the unconscious
Gwion Jones and David Henderson will elaborate on the history and development of this concept in the work of Jung and Lacan, and reflect on some of the implications for clinical work.
clinical discussion group with LGBT patients: can we “think” and talk about sex?
members' event. Drawing on a range of clinical theory Serena Willmott will explore if it is still relevant to talk about perversion.
open evening with psychoanalytic psychotherapy association
An open event for anyone interested in in-depth psychoanalytic training for contemporary clinical practice.
ten things i love about psychoanalysis
In this talk, Denise Cullington will reflect on writing her book 'The Rough Beast: Psychoanalysis in Everyday Life' and show how the past continues to operate powerfully in that less conscious part of our human mind and can trip us up unexpectedly.
bpf annual lecture: R.D. Hinshelwood 'new experiences in psychoanalytic treatment’
Lecture in memory of Lionel Monteith. Bob Hinshelwood will be discussing what sort of new experience we can have when we enter a psychoanalytic treatment.
bpf annual general meeting (AGM)
All bpf members are invited
comparative clinical methods workshop
Members' event. A second workshop on the Comparative Clinical Method (CCM) - a method of understanding better how we work clinically.
bpf open day 2020
An open event for anyone thinking about training as a psychotherapist including talks, presentations and exhibitions.
audiences with authors: dissecting the superego: moralities under the psychoanalytic microscope
In her talk, Celia Harding will introduce her new book of collected papers which covers many areas of superego functioning, and will particularly focus on the role of the Superego in the Age of Narcissism.