who is it for
This course is intended for all qualified bpf members.
In the first part of each seminar we shall explore theoretical and technical aspects of working with free association. We shall then apply these ideas to a detailed examination of a clinical session.
- Models of the unconscious and their technical implications
- Freud’s instructions to patient and analyst
- Unconscious complexity
- Facilitating free association
- Forms of resistance in the patient
- Analytic pitfalls
- The nature of unconscious communication
- Analytic listening
- The analyst’s associations
Sarah Nettleton is a BPA psychoanalyst in private practice in London. Originally she studied music, working for many years as a piano accompanist, and for her Master's dissertation at the Tavistock Clinic she wrote on the psychodynamics of musical giftedness. Her other writings include papers on Schubert's song cycle Winterreise, the effects of sound and voice in Beckett, and the relationship between voice, creativity and metaphor. For the past 15 years she has specialised in the work of Christopher Bollas, giving lectures and seminars on his work extensively in the UK and in Norway, Israel, France, America, Turkey, Mexico, Germany, Ukraine and India. Her book 'The Metapsychology of Christopher Bollas: An Introduction' was published by Routledge in 2016.
Three Saturdays 2.30pm - 6.00pm
- 25th January 2020
- 1st February 2020
- 29th February 2020
All participants must be qualified bpf members.
Please note that the bpf will not be held responsible for travel/hotel expenses made or incurred in the unlikely event of this course either being cancelled or postponed. See our cancellation and refund policies for more information.
how to apply
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If you have any questions about this short course, please contact Cathie Moore at email@example.com or call us on 020 8452 9823.
The bpf welcomes applications from all sections of society. The bpf values diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.