our theories through a contemporary lens
members' only event. In this seminar, Professor Stephen Frosh will consider the interaction between analytic thinking and the wider socio-political environment. The aim is to bring a critical perspective and build confidence in evaluating our theories.
'meet up' evening - introducing psychotherapy today
Come and find out more about our flagship introductory course Psychotherapy Today
infant observation today 2019
A one-day conference exploring the fascinating world of Infant Observation with speakers, a fishbowl demonstration and small group discussions.
being white, being jungian: implications of jung’s encounter with the ‘non-european’ other
An online Jung Forum event for all bpf members with Jane Johnson.
Wessex event. Donald Campbell will discuss a pre-suicide state of mind and how it is experienced in the counter-transference
bjaa skin series 4: traumata & speaking between skins
members' event. Our fourth & final workshop looking at the skin & our psyche.
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’.
open evening with psychoanalytic psychotherapy association
An open event for anyone interested in in-depth psychoanalytic training for contemporary clinical practice.
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 open day 2020
An open event for anyone thinking about training as a psychotherapist including talks, presentations and exhibitions.