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Sigmund Freud Anniversary Tour

23.09.2018 14:00

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Veranstalter: Freud Museum London
Veranstaltungsort: Freud Museum London
20 Maresfield Gardens
NW3 5SX London
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Join Anne Hollinger for a tour of Freud´s final home.
A special house tour commemorating the life and work of Sigmund Freud on the anniversary of his death.

What would Sigmund Freud have thought about Islamic State?

26.09.2018 19:00

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Veranstalter: Freud Museum London
Veranstaltungsort: Freud Museum London
20 Maresfield Gardens
NW3 5SX London
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Brett Kahr in conversation with Gabrielle Rifkind, author of “The Psychology of Political Extremism: What would Sigmund Freud have thought about Islamic State?”

Islamic State is seen primarily through a political lens: the psychological motivation of such groups is poorly understood.
But we need to ask the question, do the inner disquiets of Islam make more sense to the psychoanalytic thinking than to the imams?

But what would Sigmund Freud have thought about Islamic State? Can Freudian psychoanalysis offer insight into the radicalisation of group members and the effect this has on the wider society?

Gabrielle Rifkind is the author of The Psychology of Political Extremism: What would Sigmund Freud have thought about Islamic State? and will be in discussion with Brett Kahr on this subject, offering a psychoanalytic approach to one of the most pressing yet sensitive topics currently unfolding in the world today.

Sigmund Freud’s final years were also marked by the rise of sudden political extremism forcing him to flee his home in Vienna and seek refuge in London. To coincide with the Freud Museum London’s current exhibition Leaving Today: The Freuds in Exile 1938, this discussion will recall Freud’s own flight from Nazi persecution eighty years ago.

English Speaking Weekend Conference

28.09.2018 - 30.09.2018

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Veranstalter: Institute of Psychoanalysis
Veranstaltungsort: Institute of Psychoanalysis
112A Shirland Road
W9 2BT London
Vereinigte Königreich
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The English Speaking Weekend Conference is open to members and candidates of the International Psychoanalytic Association (IPA) and its component societies, and also to members of the British Psychoanalytic Council (BPC) and of the Association of Child Psychotherapists (APC).

This conference will explore the vicissitudes of affects and the capacity to develop mental representations in relation to the body, in both adult and child analysis. Affects are rooted in the body and profoundly affect the functioning of the body and the mind. The quality and/or lack of the capacity to hold representations is paramount to the functioning of both mind and body. The speakers will explore these issues, focussing on three broad areas: psychosomatics; pain, self-harm and violence; and autism and autistic defences. Two clinical papers will be presented in each of these areas, followed by an open dialogue between the speakers and with the audience.

Psychosis and Psychoanalysis

29.09.2018 09:00

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Veranstalter: Freud Museum London
Veranstaltungsort: The Anna Freud Centre
12 Maresfield Gardens
NW3 5SU London
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History, Politics, Theory, Technique

Is there a place for psychosis in psychoanalysis? Is there a place for psychoanalysis in psychosis?
The questions remain open, deserving further examination across history, politics, theory and technique.

Following the highly successful event held in March 2016 as a fundraiser for the Psychosis Therapy Project, this conference offers to have another look at the complex interface between psychosis and psychoanalysis.

An international panel of eminent clinicians and theoreticians in the area of psychosis will share their experience and expertise as they discuss the promises and the pitfalls of the psychoanalytic engagement with psychosis.

Politics:
David Morgan
The Political Mind: Psychotic Anxieties and the Desire for Authoritarianism in Neo-Liberalism and the Individual Psyche

Berjanet Jazani
Psychotic Politics: a Fury Road to the Awakening of the Primal Father

Theory:
Brett Kahr
“Slashing the Teddy Bear’s Tummy with a Carving Knife”: The Infanticidal Roots of Schizophrenia.

Patricia Gherovici
When is Transgender Psychotic? Towards a Differential Clinic of Transgender Expressions

Technique:
Philippe Valon
“Malleable Medium”: From Gisela Pankow to Psychoanalytic Psychodrama

Françoise Davoine
The Lessons Taught by Hospitalized Patients on the Psychoanalysis of Psychosis and Trauma

History: Psychoanalysis in the Community
Anne Zachary
Water, no fire … Looking to Winnicott to Understand Care in the Institution

Vassilis Kapsambelis
Psychotherapy with Psychotic Functioning Patients

Dorothée Bonnigal-Katz
Psychosis Therapy Project: A Psychoanalytic Project in the Community

Lacan, Foucault, Deleuze: The Gaze and The Baroque

30.09.2018 10:00

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Veranstalter: Freud Museum London
Veranstaltungsort: Freud Museum London
20 Maresfield Gardens
NW3 5SX London
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One-day intensive course comparing the stances of Lacan, Foucault and Deleuze on the gaze and the baroque as an exceptional form of art.

Lacan’s, Foucault’s, and Deleuze’s conflicting understanding of the relation between subject and structure nonetheless materialised in a common effort to separate aesthetics and the work of art from traditional metaphysics.
In this one-day intensive course we will compare and contrast the respective stances of these towering figures of twentieth-century French thought on the specific questions of the gaze and the baroque as an exceptional form of art.

We will begin by introducing Lacan’s notion of the gaze as a privileged object of the Freudian drive and focus on how he often discusses it with reference to highly original interpretations of specific works of art (such as Holbein’s The Ambassadors). We will then turn to Foucault’s consideration of the gaze in The Birth of the Clinic and try to identify the reason why Lacan deemed this book to be indispensible reading for a novel psychoanalytic assessment of the visual drive.

This will lead us to compare and contrast Lacan’s and Foucault’s contemporary and extensive engagement with Velázquez’s Las Meninas as a turning point not only in the history of art but also of knowledge and the mode of subjectivity. In the last part of the course we will proceed to examine Deleuze’s and Lacan’s fascination with the baroque.

On the one hand, we will show how they both single it out as an aesthetics eliciting a new conception of the body, the world, and the status of the object. On the other, it will be a matter of evidencing how these surprising similarities still presuppose and sustain almost opposite ontologies – Deleuze’s chaotic and vitalist cosmos of folds; Lacan’s subject of enjoyment as absolute difference.

Freud, Dalí and the Metamorphosis of Narcissus

03.10.2018 - 24.02.2019

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Veranstalter: Freud Museum London
Veranstaltungsort: Freud Museum London
20 Maresfield Gardens
NW3 5SX London
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Sigmund Freud and Salvador Dalí are two of the most significant and influential figures of the twentieth century.
Dalí was a passionate admirer of the father of psychoanalysis and finally met him in London on July 19th 1938. This year 2018 marks the 80th anniversary of this event. A new exhibition at the Freud Museum will explore the connection between the two men, starting from their one meeting, to which Dalí brought his recently completed painting The Metamorphosis of Narcissus.

The painting, on loan from the Tate, will be the central point in the exhibition for an exploration of the extensive influence of Freud on Dalí and on Surrealism. Also considered will be Freud’s own attitude to painting, illuminated by his response to this encounter with Dalí.

Dalí had read The Interpretation of Dreams as an art student in Madrid in the early 1920s. This was, he wrote, “one of the capital discoveries of my life, and I was seized with a real vice of self-interpretation, not only of my dreams but of everything that happened to me.” This passion for self-interpretation took not just visual but also written form. In 1933 Dalí wrote a “psycho-analytical essay”, as he described it, on the famous painting by Jean-François Millet, The Angelus. The essay was eventually published as a book, The Tragic Myth of Millet’s ‘Angelus’. In it, Dalí explores his own obsession with the painting, which he lays out in the form of a Freudian case history.

In 1938, after several attempts, Dalí finally met his hero Freud, newly arrived in London after fleeing from Nazi-occupied Vienna. The meeting was brokered by Stefan Zweig, who was present, together with Dalí’s friend and patron Edward James, who owned The Metamorphosis of Narcissus. Dalí hoped his painting would allow him to engage Freud in a discussion of the psychoanalytical theory of Narcissism and would help him to demonstrate his concept of critical paranoia.

Dali was given permission to sketch Freud during the visit. These drawings, now in the Fundacio Gala-Salvador Dalí in Spain, will be on display, and Dali’s long poem with the same title as the painting, The Metamorphosis of Narcissus. There will also be material from the Freud Museum’s archive and collections, shedding light on Freud’s attitude to Dalí and their meeting.

Other themes of the exhibition will include the classical origins of the myth of Narcissus and the place of narcissism in psychoanalytic thinking. Freud’s own collections will play a part. For example, they include a copy of the classical relief Gradiva; Freud’s study of Wilhelm Jensen’s novel Gradiva was the inspiration for some of Dalí’s important paintings and drawings on this theme from the early 1930s.

Through images, including original paintings and drawings, photographs and prints, and documents including letters, manuscripts, books and Freud’s appointment diary, the intense – if somewhat one-sided -relationship between two extraordinary thinkers and creators will be explored.

The exhibition will be curated by the distinguished art historian Dawn Ades, curator of the recent highly successful Dali/Duchamp exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts.

The exhibition will be accompanied by a catalogue, and an exciting public programme, which will include lectures and debates on topics including Narcissism, the relationship between art and psychoanalysis through Freud’s writings on Leonardo and Michelangelo, Freud and surrealism, psychoanalysis and classicism, and Lacan’s debt to Dalí’s critical paranoia.

Psychoanalysis, Critical Theory and the Psychosocial

26.10.2018

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Veranstalter: Psychoanalysis and Politics
Veranstaltungsort: Marx Haus, London
37A Clerkenwell Green
EC1R 0DU London
Vereinigte Königreich
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A discussion based seminar series by Psychoanalysis and Politics at the Marx House, London.
 
OCT 26TH – MILENA STATEVA / MANNIE SHER Pedalling swans: trace, love and reflexivity in the containment of contemporary care provision – between inherited challenges and new dilemmas
NOV 16TH – LENE AUESTAD Violence and the Social Unconscious: Overcoming or not Overcoming the Individual/Social Distinction
NOV 30TH – VERONCA DIESEN Immaterial labour and its nonsense: Challenging the artificial division of mental and manual labour and its forms of alienation
DEC 14TH – R.D. HINSHELWOOD / KALINA STAMENOVA Can a psychoanalytical method be a political one?

OCT 26TH MILENA STATEVA, PhD / MANNIE SHER, PhD, (The Tavistock Institute) Pedalling swans: trace, love and reflexivity in the containment of contemporary care provision – between inherited challenges and new dilemmas

What I propose, therefore, is very simple: it is nothing more than to think what we are doing. Hannah Arendt, The Human Condition

Delivery of care today is shared between statutory agencies and non-governmental organisations, and by high-cost private companies. This paper looks at the current state of the not-for-profit providers; how institutional dynamics affects their staff and what new issues are facing the workforce. In Western societies, and in the UK in particular, those who care for the most vulnerable, experience suffering and difficulties that mirror the experience of their clients and are sometimes amplified by organisational pressures. Recent reviews highlight the ways in which these pressures from ‘above’ and ‘below’ can be detrimental to the task of caring and can undermine the wellbeing of the workforce and by extension the value and future of welfare services. This paper describes alternatives to perpetual re-designs, re-structuring and austerity measures by relatively inexpensive but powerful action learning interventions. For purposes of brevity we call the intervention reflective spaces that apply philosophy, group relations, psychoanalysis, organisational development and critical theory. As reflective spaces, these groups contain, hold and work through everyday care experiences and inform meaningful action by mobilising the practitioners’ capacities to love, learn and think.

Sexual Orientation and its Histories: Limitation or Liberation?

27.10.2018 09:30

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Veranstalter: Freud Museum London
Veranstaltungsort: The Anna Freud Centre
12 Maresfield Gardens
NW3 5SU London
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A conference taking stock of the recent NHS-led Memorandum of Understanding on Conversion Therapy in the UK, which seeks to raise awareness of attempts by certain therapists to ‘cure’ patients of their sexual orientation – most commonly, their homosexuality. 
The NHS document potentially represents an important milestone in sexual healthcare policy in the UK in that it takes seriously the need to protect the existence of someone’s sexual orientation. At the same time, however, numerous historians of sexuality, queer theorists and activists have been questioning, problematising and historicising the very notion of sexual orientation.

This one-day conference brings together an interdisciplinary group of specialists: psychologists, sexual health practitioners, historians and queer scholars to discuss and debate the necessity for a medical consensus over sexual orientation.

Is the concept helpful in contemporary society?
Or is the medical community already behind the times?
Are we moving back to more fluid conceptualisations which were more ‘normal’ in the pre-twentieth-century past?
Is having a sexual orientation emancipatory or imprisoning?
What does ‘having a sexual orientation’ even mean (to you personally, professionally …)?
How can historians of sexuality make an impact on contemporary psychological thinking on and practice around sexual orientation?

The Repression and Abandonment of Oedipus: The role of the Oedipal situation in mental distress and disorder

30.11.2018 - 02.12.2018

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Veranstalter: UCL - University College London
Veranstaltungsort: University College London
Gower St
WC1E 6BT London
Vereinigte Königreich
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Conference Abstract
The most nuclear of psychoanalytic ideas is the eponymously named Oedipus complex. Stated generally, it is that shifting patterns of triangular love, hate and rivalry exist universally: two are imagined to join as a cross-generational sexual pair transgressing the incest taboo. The third fears abandonment and feels murderous. These patterns determine whom we love and/or hate and how we see the differences, or absence of them, between the sexes. They operate in the genesis of guilt and mental disorders. They structure family and group dynamics. They interact with culture. This Conference aims at a current view of how we understand, and work with clinically, the phenomena to which this radical thesis draws our attention.

Freud´s vision and our NHS

30.11.2018

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Veranstalter: Institute of Psychoanalysis
Veranstaltungsort: Institute of Psychoanalysis
112A Shirland Road
W9 2BT London
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One hundred years ago, in 1918, Freud offered his vision of a “psychotherapy for the people”, available free of charge to all those in need. This vision was realised a few years later, first of all in Berlin and Vienna, where out-patient clinics and in-patient sanatoria provided free treatment. The social ambition was, in Freud’s words, to “help these sufferers in their struggle to fulfil the demands of civilization”.

In this conference, the Institute of Psychoanalysis celebrates the 70th anniversary of the NHS. The contributors show the creativity of contemporary psychoanalysis in mental health services, ranging from the general practitioner, to psychiatric teams, to out-patient psychotherapy departments.

This conference is for:

GPs, mental health nurses and care workers
Psychoanalysts, psychiatrists, psychologists, psychotherapists, and IAPT workers
Clinical managers, commissioners, researchers
Those involved in supervising and training, individually or in Balint, reflective practice, and other groups
Speakers: Clare Gerada MBE, Carine Minne, Marcus Evans, Jo Stubley, David Bell

The Future of Neuroscience, Attachment and Mentalizing: from research to clinical practice

18.05.2019 17:00

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Veranstalter: UCL - University College London
Veranstaltungsort: University College London
Gower St
WC1E 6BT London
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This conference will be one of the first conferences to explicitly focus on the application of neuroscience and neurobiology to clinical issues. Leading speakers will discuss recently emerging findings in affective neuroscience with immediate clinical relevance. They will focus on incorporating neurobiological findings with the aim to provide what every clinician should know from a neuroscience point of view. Clinical themes covered will include children and adults with a trauma history, autism, and early preventative interventions for at-risk children and parents.

Another aim of the conference is further exchange between practitioners and leading experts in affective neuroscience. Clinical workshops on Sunday will aim to provide practitioners with the possibility to discuss the influence of the most recent emerging findings on clinical practice, and offer the opportunity for in-depth interaction with key practitioners in the field.

51st IPA Congress - The Feminine

24.07.2019 - 27.07.2019

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Veranstalter: IPA - International Psychoanalytical Association
Veranstaltungsort: QEII Centre
Broad Sanctuary
SW1P 3EE London
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Psychoanalytic theory and practice both have a part to play in addressing the question of ‘the feminine’. Our goal for this Congress is to focus on issues that affect the everyday life and experiences of both women and men.

Since the late nineteenth century, concerns and problems related to the female condition, which were previously normalised or silenced, have become increasingly visible in different cultures.

Psychoanalytic theories on the feminine have widened and diversified. Important debates emerged early on, such as the Freud-Jones controversy on primary and secondary femininity, and the role of penis envy in development. Many female analysts developed and presented their ideas on these issues. These debates are ongoing and have become increasingly sophisticated. The riddle of bisexuality has stood at the centre of psychoanalysis since the beginning and contains both the feminine and the masculine. The question of whether there is a set of fantasies that are connected more with the feminine than with the masculine remains open.

Each society, culture or historical period attributes certain behaviours to the feminine or the masculine. However, most people have their own personal mixture of these, and it would be an over-simplification to prescribe a fixed set of properties to one particular sex. The psychoanalytic approach is now broader, including the feminine within the field of the masculine. New family configurations and sexual and gender diversity have challenged established standards of sexual binarism and have invited new questions about femininity and masculinity. The feminine protects the infant and its development; it guarantees survival and furnishes the mother tongue. In the intermediary spaces of two, three or more persons, all the involved persons continuously negotiate the positions of the feminine and the masculine, changing the question of what should be labelled as feminine and what as masculine. We have therefore had to revisit many concepts whose relevance for clinical practice is unquestionable: among them, the Oedipal-castration complex and its traditional resolution, the feminine superego, and women’s desire for children.

Within this framework, the IPA takes up the challenge of updating and rethinking classical psychoanalytic views on the feminine and their repercussions in psychoanalysis.



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