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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.

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"Psychoanalytische Entwicklungspsychologie - die Entwicklung von Jungen und Mädchen"

05/06/2019 09:00

open to public
Organizer: Wiwo-Psychoatherapie / Kinderhilfswerk
Venue: Verein Kinderhilfswerk
Rotenturmstraße 29/7

1010 Vienna
Austria
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GERMAN

In dieser Fortbildung sollen Entwicklungsaspekte aus der psychoanalytischen Sicht erläutert werden. Die psychosexuelle Entwicklung von Mädchen und Jungen wird theoretisch und mit Fallvignetten dargestellt. Verschiedene Vertreter und Vertreterinnen der analytischen Kinder- und Jugendlichenpsychotherapie werden Teil des Seminars sein um die große Vielfalt und Diversität innerhalb der psychoanalytischen Entwicklungspsychologie zu zeigen.

Kosten:
10€ als Spende für den Verein Kinderhilfswerk

Anmeldungen unter: sabine.schreckenthaler@psychotherapie-wiwo.at oder sabine.schreckenthaler@kinderhilfswerk.at

COLONIAL FANTASIES, VIOLENT TRANSMISSION

05/10/2019 - 05/12/2019

open to public
Organizer: Psychoanalysis and Politics
Venue: Swedish Psychoanalytical Association
Västerlånggatan 60
111 29 Stockholm
Sweden
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“I am under no illusion”, wrote Freud (1912-1913) “that in putting forward these attempted explanations I am laying myself open to the charge of endowing modern savages with a subtlety in their mental activities which exceeds all probability. It seems to me quite possible, however, that the same may be true of our attitude towards the psychology of those races that have remained at the animistic level as it is true of our attitude towards the mental life of children, which we adults no longer understand and whose fullness and delicacy of feeling we have in consequence so greatly underestimated” (98-99). There appears to be a double movement in this passage, a movement of distancing in the contrast between the more and the less developed, alongside a movement of approximation. As Frosh (2013) puts it, “psychoanalysts often draw on the language of the ‘primitive’ to refer to ‘unreasoning’ elements of people’s psychic lives. Thus, a notion that someone might be evincing a ‘primitive fantasy of destruction’ is a very familiar one, but what is not acknowledged is that this terminology not only has its roots in a colonial opposition between ‘primitive’ and ‘civilised’, but it also reproduces this division ‘unconsciously’ when it is employed.” Edward Said (2003) has famously emphasized the opposite movement, Freud’s refusal to erect an insurmountable barrier between ‘the primitive’ and ‘the civilized’, Freud as “an overturner and a re-mapper of accepted or settled geographies and genealogies” (27). Late in Freud’s theories, in Khanna’s words, “the “scene of memory” always necessitates a consideration of the splits that come to be acknowledged in the ego, which are like the interferences caused by the memory’s insistent confrontation with a false unified and unifying sense of history and the subject” – “The age of colonial travel and exploration was that of Freud’s youth. That of his old age was the moment of Nazi suppression. The future, to which he referred when writing of his threatened children, would be that of the split and defensive ego, when a nation-state would be unable to exist without rupture and beyond betrayal” (64).

‘Colonial fantasies’ referred to in the title may be understood as fantasies to the effect that the other, and the other’s territory, is yours to take and yours to denounce because inferior – less efficient, less rational and/or less complete in some sense. These inferior others and their domains may be eroticised. To Sander Gilman, “Central to the model and to the understanding of the Other is the definition of the Other in sexual terms, for no factor in nineteenth-century self-definition was more powerful than the sense of sexual pathology” (216). “The Other’s pathology is revealed in her anatomy, and the black and the prostitute are both bearers of the stigmata of sexual difference and thus pathology. […] The “white man’s burden,” his sexuality and its control, is displaced onto the need to control the sexuality of the Other, the Other as sexualized female” (1985, 107). In Freud’s writing, to Gilman, the rhetoric of race was excised only to reappear in his construction of gender “through the assumption of the neutrality of the definition of the (male) scientist” (1993, 40). “Freud [1926e] explains that “we need not feel ashamed” about our lack of knowledge of female sexuality, he metaphorizes woman as the “dark continent,” and in this blurring of her specificity he transfers the shame that “we need not feel” about our lack of knowledge onto her” (Khanna, 2003, 49). H. M. Stanley introduced the metaphor of the “dark continent” in his explorer’s narrative of Africa, and here it comes to stand for the other of man and of Europe.

Ein Wiederbeginn nach Krieg, Holocaust und Freuds Tod Der Internationale Psychoanalytische Kongress 1949 in Zürich

05/11/2019 09:00

open to public
Organizer: PSZ - Psychoanalytisches Seminar Zürich
Venue: Psychiatrischen Universitätsklinik Burghölzli
Lenggstrasse 31
8032 Zurich
Switzerland
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GERMAN

Ein Wiederbeginn nach Krieg, Holocaust und Freuds Tod Der Internationale Psychoanalytische Kongress 1949 in Zürich

Tagung

Informationen
Tagung zur Erinnerung an den 16. IPA-Kongress vor 70 Jahren, organisiert vom Archiv zur Geschichte der Psychoanalyse, der Zeitschrift LUZIFER-AMOR, dem Freud-Institut Zürich (FIZ) und dem Psychoanalytischen Seminar Zürich (PSZ).

OPEN DAY Psicologia – Un giorno da studenti SFU

05/16/2019

open to public
Organizer: SFU - Sigmund Freud University sede di Milano
Venue: SFU - Sigmund Freud University sede di Milano
Ripa di Porta Ticinese 77
20143 Milan
Italy
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ITALIAN

Sigmund Freud University (SFU) è un’università privata dedicata alle scienze psicologiche nata a Vienna nel 2005 e ora presente anche a Milano. La sede di Milano offre corsi di laurea triennale in psicologia e corsi di laurea magistrale in psicologia con titolo riconosciuto in Austria e in Italia.

L’Università Sigmund Freud di Milano organizza in sede giovedì 16 maggio 2019 un OPEN DAY per presentare l’offerta formativa del Corso di Laurea Triennale in Psicologia. Al termine della presentazione gli studenti assisteranno a un ciclo di lezioni tenute da docenti dell’Università. Per chi lo desiderasse, sarà anche possibile prendere parte a una breve visita guidata dell’Ateneo.

PROGRAMMA
Ingresso e presentazione

Cosa caratterizza la Sigmund Freud University? In quale modo si collegano insegnamento e attività pratica all’interno del Corso di Laurea Triennale in Psicologia? Scopri il nostro percorso formativo personalizzato e orientato alla professione.

Lezione aperta
“Attaccamento e interazioni precoci del bambino” (Dott. Walter Sapuppo).

Il bambino, sin dai primi mesi di vita, appare come un organismo attivo, dotato di capacità di riconoscimento degli stimoli e predisposto all’ interazione con il mondo. In questo processo il caregiver ricopre un ruolo fondamentale nel favorire e “guidare” tale interazione. Durante l’intervento verrà illustrato il paradigma teorico di riferimento con particolare attenzione ai comportamenti di regolazione del contatto sociale nelle prime fasi di vita.

Lezione aperta
“Le nuove tecnologie delle neuroscienze per lo studio della plasticità sinaptica” (Dott. Mattia Ferro).

I recenti sviluppi nelle tecniche di ingegneria genetica ad oggi ci permettono di portare avanti l’indagine sui meccanismi con i quali il nostro cervello apprende e ricorda, che hanno come base fisiologica e biologica la cosiddetta plasticità sinaptica, in un modo che fino a pochi anni fa era difficilmente immaginabile. Tale “rivoluzione scientifica” sta aprendo nuove frontiere nella psicologia, e nella comprensione di come l’ambiente, la psicopatologia e la farmacologia riescano a “plasmare” il nostro cervello.

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Incontra gli studenti SFU. Fatti raccontare le loro esperienze di vita SFU tra Milano e Vienna. Scopri tutto sui laboratori esperienziali e prova le tecnologie digitali per l’ambito clinico e di ricerca.
Fatti guidare attraverso gli spazi della sede sui Navigli da chi li vive ogni giorno.

Spielen – „Die verborgenen Kräfte im kindlichen Spiel“

05/18/2019

open to public
Organizer: Arbeitsgemeinschaft Psychoanalytische Pädagogik
Venue: VHS Hietzing
Hofwiesengasse 48
1130 Vienna
Austria
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GERMAN

Spielen – „Die verborgenen Kräfte im kindlichen Spiel“
Diese Fachtagung für PädagogInnen findet am
am 18. Mai 2019 in der

VHS Hietzing
1130 Wien, Hofwiesengasse 48 statt.

SAVE THE DATE!!!

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

05/18/2019 17:00 - 05/19/2019

open to public
Organizer: UCL - University College London
Venue: University College London
Gower St
WC1E 6BT London
United Kingdom
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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.

Zyklus 1819: "Grenzphänomene psychischer Integration"

05/24/2019 20:30

open to public
Organizer: Freud-Institut Zürich
Venue: Freud-Institut Zurich
Seefeldstrasse 62
8008 Zurich
Switzerland
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GERMAN

Zyklus 1819: "Grenzphänomene psychischer Integration"

Freitag, 9. November 2018. Le noyau mélancolique, François Ladame, Prof. Dr. med. (Genf)
Freitag, 14. Dezember 2018. Verschobener Vortrag aus dem letztjährigen Vortragszyklus «Todestrieb: Kultur und Klinik», Suizidalität im Alter, Martin Teising, Prof. Dr. phil. (Berlin)
Freitag, 15. März 2019. Psychoanalytic treatment with babies and parents: What, why, and when? Björn Salomonsson, M.D., PhD (Stockholm)
Freitag, 5. April 2019. Wie kann das Unrepräsentierte seine Repräsentation finden? Zu den Risiken und Nebenwirkungen transformativer Prozesse, Bernd Nissen, Dr. phil., Dipl.-Psych. (Berlin)
Freitag, 24. Mai 2019. Some ideas on representation in the treatment of trauma and the link with primal repression, Rudi Vermote, Prof. Dr. (Leuven)

11th SYROS SUMMER WORKSHOP

05/31/2019 - 06/02/2019

open to public
Organizer: EFPP - European Federation for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy /Association of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapists of Serbia / Group Analytic Society Belgrade
Venue: Hermoupolis Town Hall
Platia Miaouli
841 00 Syros
Greece
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The Syros Summer Workshop on Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Studies has become a living tradition in the past 20 years. The Workshop, which takes place every other year in the neoclassical building of the Hermoupolis Town Hall in the Cycladic island of Syros, combines Greek island summer weather with psychoanalytic studies.

It is organised by the Hellenic Association of Child and Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy under the auspices of EFPP. From the first Workshop (held on May 1998) EFPP and IPA members from all over Europe have been joining this event in this sunny and picturesque Greek island of Syros.

Successful Workshops of the past enjoyed the presentations of invited speakers like Margot Waddell (U.K.), Jean Begoin, (France), Gianna Williams, (U.K.), Imre Szecsody, (Sweden), Roberto Basile (Italy), Luc Moyson (Belgium), Serge Frisch (Luxembourg), Biddy Youell (U.K.), Prof. R.D. Hinshelwood, Ricky and Louise Emanuel (U.K.), Majlis Winberg Salomonsson & Anders Jacobsson (Sweden), and Ann Horne (U.K.).

The high quality theoretical and clinical presentations in the plenary meetings are discussed in small Anglophone and Francophone groups characterised by a friendly atmosphere, which encourages the exchange of ideas. The same friendly atmosphere accompanies us to the seaside and the local tavernas after each day’s work and is perhaps one of the reasons that most of the Syros Summer Workshop participants keep coming back for the next event.

The 11th Syros Summer Workshop will explore the idea of the ‘Third’: the various forms of the ‘paternal third’, its presence or absence in regard to the multiple and complex forms of contemporary families (e.g. ‘patchwork’ families, single parent families, same sex parents, adoption, IVF treatments, sperm/egg donors, mixed race families, etc.).



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