Jung reading group 2020-2021

Sep
17
08:45 - 13:15

Jung reading group 2020/2021

Jung reading group 2020-2021- Discounted fee

Sep
17
08:45 - 13:15

Jung reading group 2020/2021- Discounted fee

Jung reading group 2020-2021- Instalment 1

Sep
17
08:45 - 13:15

Jung reading group 2020/2021- Instalment 1

seminar - the sound of silence: analytic receptivity and the space of the session

Oct
10
11:00 - 12:45

Wessex event. In this event, Lesley Caldwell opens up a discussion on the silent patient and what may be enabled and what prevented by a consistent resort to silence over an extended period.

seminar - the sound of silence: analytic receptivity and the space of the session - payment

Oct
10
11:00 - 12:45

Wessex event. In this event, Lesley Caldwell opens up a discussion on the silent patient and what may be enabled and what prevented by a consistent resort to silence over an extended period.

audiences with authors: dissecting the superego: moralities under the psychoanalytic microscope

Oct
17
11:00 - 12:45

In this talk, chaired by Elizabeth Reddish and presented by Celia Harding, we will focus on the role of the Superego in the Age of Narcissism - highly topical and one very much in all of our minds in the markedly individualistic climate we find ourselves in today.

endings, unexpected and planned: cliff edge or soft landing?

Oct
31
10:00 - 12:45

The speaker, Penny Pickles, will discuss responsible endings/retirement, issues around fitness to practice, difficulties for clinical trustees, the role of supervision and how/when should trainees be introduced to these issues.

dream sequences in shakespeare

Oct
31
11:00 - 12:30

Wessex event. Meg Harris Williams will be talking about her forthcoming book "Dream Sequences in Shakespeare". She will consider Shakespeare’s dream sequences and plays, and why Shakespeare’s intuitive psychoanalytical method helps us to clarify our personal conflicts in our current times.

jung - lacan dialogues: time in analysis

Oct
31
14:00 - 17:00

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.

the comparative clinical method – an online day workshop

Nov
14
09:30 - 18:00

Open to those who attended the previous workshops and to those new to the method, this is the fourth workshop on the Comparative Clinical Method (CCM) that we are putting on for members.

The workshop will consist of a presentation by one member of the group of a piece of their analytic work, which the group will use to construct the different elements of the “working model” of the presenting therapist.

seminar - trans-itory identities: some psychoanalytic reflections on transgender identities

Nov
21
11:00 - 12:45

Wessex event. In this event, Alessandra Lemma discusses the ways in which this identity label encompasses a complex range of internal psychic positions in relation to consciously stated sexual preferences and gender identifications.

the violent human - bpf annual conference

Mar
26
10:00 - 18:30 London

The bpf Annual Conference, ‘The Violent Human’ is an exploration of the origins and expression of violence in human personal and social relationships in its many manifestations (including on the environment).