trauma, neglect and neurodevelopment: technical challenges of working with complex disabilities
The BPF is bringing together experienced professionals working with children and young people who have experienced trauma, neglect or neurodevelopmental issues to discuss the technical challenges of working with complex disabilities.
sexuality now: moving beyond heteronormativity?
This full-day event is an opportunity to hear from the editors and contributors to the new book 'Sexuality and Gender Now: Moving Beyond Heteronormativity'. Our focus will be on Sexuality, with a series of talks and opportunities for small group discussion.
mothers accused and abused: addressing complex psychological needs
Angela Foster will focus on the challenges to therapists as they struggle to ‘face’ abusive mothers and hear these women’s stories. She will address some common themes: humiliation and shame; severe personality disorder; and experience of repeated toxic relationships.
comparative clinical methods workshop
Members' event. A second workshop on the Comparative Clinical Method (CCM) - a method of understanding better how we work clinically.
the nitty gritty of practice: time and money in psychoanalytic psychotherapy (a clinical workshop)
A day conference led by Sue Kegerreis and Barry Keane devoted to discussion of how we and our patients can struggle with crucial routine issues in psychoanalytic psychotherapy.
inner voices and other lives as secrets: a psychoanalytic perspective on fragmentation and compartmentalisation
Wessex event. Kannan Navaratnem will discuss how conscious and unconscious fragmentation and compartmentalisation of mind and behaviour can act as defences against psychic collapse.
jung - lacan dialogues: symptoms
Gwion Jones and David Henderson will elaborate on the history and development of the concept of symptom in the work of Jung and Lacan, and reflect on some of the implications for clinical work.
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.
jung - lacan dialogues: analytic relationship
Gwion Jones and David Henderson will elaborate on the history and development of the concept of an analytic relationship in the work of Jung and Lacan, and reflect on some of the implications for clinical work.