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Lady Balogh Prize: BJAA Jung Forum TPC event (online & in person)
This paper deals with themes of schizoid defences in an analytic couple. Powerful moments of acting out and a moment of synchronicity are discussed. The analyst, who identifies as queer, explores the theme of queerness and Jung’s unknowable psychoid unconscious.
Please note this is a hybrid event - if you would like to attend online please specify or if you would prefer to attend at the bpf house please specify. I will send a confirmation email to all registrants a week before to confirm their preference.
about the speaker
George Taxidis (pronouns he/him) is a Jungian analyst (BJAA/bpf) working in private practice in east London. He is an associate lecturer at Goldsmiths, University of London, where he is involved in counsellor training as well as the Psychosocial Studies department. He was a co-founder of the Queer Social Dreaming Matrix, which playfully engages with dreams in the LGBTQIA+ community, as well as the Queer Analytic Circle and the International Queer Jungian Initiative, both of which are support and study groups for psychodynamic, psychoanalytic and Jungian practitioners and trainees. His forthcoming book on queering Jungian psychology will be published by Routledge.