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This section can be used by universities, psychoanalytic associations, publishers, auction houses and museums to call attention to their offers relevant to psychoanalysis.
In this way our international users shall be informed more quickly about where and when upcoming congresses, conferences, auctions and book launches will take place.

If you are interested, please email to calendar@theviennapsychoanalyst.at for further information.



´The Best Possible School´: Anna Freud, Dorothy Tiffany Burlingham and the Hietzing School in 1920s Vienna

05/10/2017 - 07/16/2017

open to public
Organizer: Freud Museum London
Venue: Freud Museum London
20 Maresfield Gardens
Hampstead

NW3 5SX London
United Kingdom
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Modernism, creativity, the freedom to grow as a “free and self-reliant human being” – with these beliefs, Anna Freud, the youngest daughter of Sigmund Freud, and Dorothy Tiffany Burlingham, the youngest daughter of the great American artist Louis Comfort Tiffany, founded Vienna’s Hietzing School.

To Erik H. Erikson who taught there, it was “the best possible school” and today its true significance, as both the teachers and the students remember it, comes to life in a dynamic new exhibit at the Freud Museum London.

Four historic photographs of Sigmund Freud are on view for the first time, along with original paintings and over 75 vintage pictures from private collections in Europe and America. Notable drawings, manuscripts and autographs make vivid the founders’ vision of the Hietzing School’s origins and sequels, its day-to-day experience and its enduring influence on our understanding of education and the developing mind.

The Freud Museum thanks the Botsiber Institute for Austrian-American Studies, the Zukunftsfond of the Republic of Austria, and the Anna Freud Foundation for their support.

Project Director: Elizabeth Ann Danto, PhD, Professor Emeritus, Hunter College/City University of New York, widely published in history of psychoanalysis, urban public welfare and labor studies; international lecturer; author of Historical Research (Oxford University Press 2009); recipient of the Gradiva Award (USA) and the Goethe Prize (Canada) for Freud’s Free Clinics – Psychoanalysis & Social Justice, 1918-1938 (Columbia University Press 2005).

APsaA 106th Annual Meeting

06/09/2017 - 06/11/2017

open to public
Organizer: APsaA
Venue: Austin Hilton Hotel
500 E 4th St, Austin
78701 Texas
U.S.A.
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The American Psychoanalytic Association continues its long history of educating psychoanalysts and promoting psychoanalysis with our 106th Annual Meeting.

This three day conference includes annual favorites such as discussion groups, symposia and committee sponsored workshops as well as new programming.

Attendees will be able to earn continuing education credits, including those for risk management, ethics and cultural competency, while taking advantage of the many opportunities to meet, learn and share information with colleagues.

The meeting is open to anyone interested in psychoanalysis and offers stimulating content for mental health professionals practicing a wide range of therapies, as well as educators, researchers and students.

Special discounts on hotel and meeting registration are available to those who sign up starting on Tuesday, March 28.

For detailed program information please check back at apsa.org beginning Thursday, March 23.

Poetry and Psychoanalysis Conference: Creative Borders and Boundaries

06/09/2017 - 06/10/2017

open to public
Organizer: Institute of Psychoanalysis
Venue: The Institute of Psychoanalysis, Byron House
112A Shirland Road

W9 2BT London
United Kingdom
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‘In the dark times
Will there also be singing?
Yes, there will also be singing.
About the dark times.’
Bertolt Brecht

The European Referendum and the U.S. presidential election have brought to the fore human anxieties about borders and boundaries, providing a platform for some to voice their fears and hatred. Clinicians often confront the boundaries that their patients cannot bear, judging precisely when and how to speak of what may be very private and deeply felt.  The poet and the psychoanalyst try to reach their readers or patients, touch them, communicating what there might be no words for – working on the borders of something in order to illuminate rather than condemn.

The conference opens on Friday evening with a lecture by Annie Freud on Poetry and Consciousness; this will be followed by poetry readings from Kayo Chingonyi, Emily Berry, Paul Stephenson and W N Herbert. Saturday consists of a series of lectures, readings and panel discussions. The line-up will include: Karen McCarthy Woolf, David Black, Deryn Rees-Jones, Ruby Robinson, Joanne Limburg, Robert Peake, Sandeep Palmer, J.T. Welsch and SJ Fowler.  Psychoanalysts and poets will explore psychoanalysis, creativity and politics, the boundaries within and the intersection between these disciplines.

In conjunction with the conference, we are launching a Poetry and Psychoanalysis Competition, judged by Beatrice Garland. Shortlisted poets will be invited to perform their poems live at the event on Saturday 10th June. The competition has no theme and the closing date for entries is Sunday 9th April.  First prize £1000, second prize £250 and third prize £100. 

Lunch and refreshments included.

106th Annual Meeting

06/09/2017 - 06/11/2017

open to public
Organizer: APsaA
Venue: Austin Hilton Hotel
555 East 5th Street

TX 78701 Austin
U.S.A.
>> Website

The American Psychoanalytic Association continues its long history of educating psychoanalysts and promoting psychoanalysis with our 106th Annual Meeting.

This three day conference includes annual favorites such as discussion groups, symposia and committee sponsored workshops as well as new programming.

Attendees will be able to earn continuing education credits, including those for risk management, ethics and cultural competency, while taking advantage of the many opportunities to meet, learn and share information with colleagues.

The meeting is open to anyone interested in psychoanalysis and offers stimulating content for mental health professionals practicing a wide range of therapies, as well as educators, researchers and students.

Special discounts on hotel and meeting registration are available to those who sign up starting on Tuesday, March 28.

Tagung: Wer zahlt für die Analyse?

06/10/2017 14:00

open to public
Organizer: PsyBi - Psychoanalytische Bibliothek Berlin
Hardenbergstr. 9
10623 Berlin
Germany
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GERMAN

Tagung: Wer zahlt für die Analyse?

Organisiert von Sandrine Aumercier, Katrin Becker und Frank Grohmann im Rahmen des ersten Arbeitsjahres des Siegfried-Bernfeld-Instituts Von Freuds Prinzip der “Vermietung einer Stunde” bis hin zur heutigen kassenärztlichen Psychoanalyse lässt sich dieselbe, letztlich beunruhigende Frage verfolgen: Wer zahlt für die Analyse? In dieser Sache gibt es weniger Offensichtliches und Regelbares, als man glauben möchte. Auch die vermietete Stunde wird nicht immer vom Analysanten selbst bezahlt, und eine über die Krankenkasse finanzierte Therapie lässt nicht die Frage der Eigenbezahlung unberührt. Die Frage muss also anders angegangen werden. Weil das Beunruhigende an ihr unberechenbar bleibt. Vorträge werden die sich anschließende Diskussion anregen. Weitere Informationen und Anmeldung bei: frank_grohmann@me.com Teilnahmegebühr: 10 €



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