Jung Forum - the words we work with that work on us

20:30 - 22:00 London

Talk by Dr. Birgit Heuer, originally given at the JAP conference in New York, on a Post- Jungian approach towards healing cumulative relational trauma. This is a members' event.

audiences with authors. making room for madness in mental health - Marcus Evans

11:00 - 13:00 London

In this talk Marcus Evans will argue that in addition to providing a helpful treatment for patients with serious psychological difficulties, a psychoanalytic approach offers an important model for understanding staff-patient relationships.

art in the house - private viewing

11:00 - 14:00 London

This private viewing is an opportunity to see the brilliant abstract and semi-abstract work created by painter and printmaker Penny Elder.

governance review cluster group meeting for trainees and newly qualified members

20:00 - 22:00 London

As part of the future of the bpf we would love to hear what you think of the organisation and anything you think would be beneficial to the organisation in the future.

skin series 3 - psychic skin: a metaphor for the containing function of the psyche by Martin Schmidt

19:15 - 22:00 London

In this members' event Martin Schmidt will present the application of the concept of psychic skin to analytic work with people suffering from personality disorders and psychoses.

satanic error - the value of william blake’s mythology for clinical practice and everyday life

11:00 - 12:30 Oxford

In this fully illustrated, stand-alone talk Carol Leader will discuss William Blake’s explorations and insights that can be seen to be in the same territory as, but to pre-date the work of Freud, Jung, Bion and also later analytic writers.

bpf open day

10:00 - 16:30 London

An open event for anyone thinking about training as a psychotherapist including taster session, presentations and exhibitions.

countertransference: obstruction or evidence

11:00 - 12:30 Oxford

In his talk R.D. Hinshelwood will discuss the scientific suspicion surrounding countertransference and in fact suggest that it can be overcome.