Without Borders - a series of IPCAPA seminars

19:00 - 20:30

MONTHLY SEMINARS - see list below

These seminars exploring international psychoanalytic texts to understand how theory and clinical practice has developed in other parts of the world. We will address specific concepts and relate them to current clinical practice via the presentation of clinical vignettes.

Play & Playing Working Group (PPWG)

08:00 - 08:00

We are now inviting people to show their interest in taking part in this new exciting IPCAPA Working Group to help us understand further issues around play and playing in psychotherapy.

IPCAPA Scientific Meeting. Starting from one’s own home – Exploring the Independent’s Tradition theory and technique

19:00 - 20:30

This event aims to present Winnicott’s psychoanalytic developments in clinical practice and the theorising associated with it.

AUDIENCES WITH AUTHORS: How Freud Can Prevent the Next Pandemic and Other Catastrophes

20:00 - 21:30 London

A Conversation with Professor Brett Kahr about his latest book, Freud’s Pandemics: Surviving Global War, Spanish Flu, and the Nazis.

Online and at bpf house

Lady Balogh Prize: BJAA Jung Forum TPC event (online & in person)

20:00 - 22:00 London

I don’t know why you care – Schizoid defences in an analytic couple
 George Taxidis is the winner of the Lady Balogh Prize this year; an award given for the most outstanding reading-in paper across BPF associations. He will be presenting his winning paper after which David Henderson will respond. This will be followed by an open discussion.

AUDIENCES WITH AUTHORS: The Work of Whiteness: A Psychoanalytic Perspective with Helen Morgan

20:00 - 21:30 London

Helen Morgan will be discussing her latest book, The Work of Whiteness: A Psychoanalytic Perspective.

Celebrating: Support is Key

14:00 - 16:30 London

This workshop celebrates the initiative and success of ‘support is key’ scheme during the Covid pandemic. It will also focus on the importance of short term work.

Jung reading group 2022&2023

20:00 - 21:30

Established in 2008, this successful reading group is open to those with a shared interest in Jung. It aims to carry out a systematic reading of C.G. Jung's original works and explore their significance in academic and clinical contexts, including taking into account post-Jungian perspectives in analytical psychology.