Teresa Hirsch Prize - prize giving event
bpf members' event
psychoanalytic writing workshop: creativity in clinical composition
This workshop will explore the problems and possibilities of psychoanalytic writing.
jung forum: the borderline psychosis
Members' event. In his talk, Dr Dale will argue that the borderline condition is far from something that operates on the border of psychosis and neurosis.
on waves of time, psyche & soma
a conference featuring two outstanding and richly illustrated presentations from the IV IAAP European Congress of Analytical Psychology, Avignon 2018
audiences with authors: mothers accused and abused: addressing complex psychological needs
An event dedicated to the book "Mothers Accused and Abused: Addressing Complex Psychological Needs" featuring Angela Foster (book's editor) and contributors to the book.
one-day workshop on comparative clinical methods
Members' event. Laurence Spurling and Ronald Doctor will offer bpf members the experience of using the Comparative Clinical Method (CCM) approach in their everyday practice.
complex trauma: working creatively within a psychoanalytic frame
Dr Joanne Stubley will discuss the creative work needed to engage and treat patients with Complex PTSD, and how a psychoanalytic understanding remains central to the work in all its forms.
creativity and the visual in art and psychoanalysis
A conversation with Faye Carey and Patricia Townsend
infant observation today 2019
A one-day conference exploring the fascinating world of Infant Observation with speakers, a fishbowl demonstration and small group discussions.
Wessex event. Donald Campbell will discuss a pre-suicide state of mind and how it is experienced in the counter-transference
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’.