BJP winner 2018

announcement of winners - rozsika parker prize 2018

Ann Scott, Editor-in-Chief, BJP writes:

We are delighted to announce the results in the Rozsika Parker Prize 2018 – the sixth year of the competition. Our congratulations to the authors. Certificates will be presented at the joint Freud Museum/BJP conference in November 2019.

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Alexis Tomarken, 5th Year Candidate at New York University’s Postdoctoral Program for Psychoanalysis and psychotherapy
‘Life and work: unconscious entanglements’

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joint winners:

Katya Orrell, Tavistock Society of Psychotherapists, International Association for Forensic Psychotherapy
‘Swansong: can hope survive an indeterminate prison sentence?’

Guy Million, Professional Doctorate in Counselling Psychology, University of the West of England, Chartered Psychologist (BPS)
‘Metamorphosis, refuge and the gaze: non-binary shorelines’


Toby Ingham, Guild of Psychotherapists and Association of Independent Psychotherapists
‘Working with remembered childhood nightmares in adult psychotherapy’

Naftally Israeli, State-licensed Specialist Psychologist in Clinical Psychology, Israel
‘Paradoxical representation – the royal road to creativity’


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the representation of illness in clinical and cultural space

Joint Freud Museum / BJP conference on Saturday 23 November 2019, 9am5pm

With: Lisa Appignanesi, Joseph Calabrese, Richard Carvalho, Michael Molnar, Peter Shoenberg, Neil Vickers

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