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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.



2nd PRAGUE CONFERENCE OTTO FENICHEL AND HIS LEGACY

10/20/2017 - 10/22/2017

open to public
Organizer: Czech Psychoanalytical Society - IPA - Ministry of culture Czech Republic
Venue: NYU Prague
Malé nám. 143/2,
Praha 1-Staré Město,
110 00 Prague
Czech Republic
>> Website

ENGLISH

Conference

The Czech psychoanalytic society (IPA) invites you to the 2nd Interdisciplinary Conference, which will be dedicated to the legacy of Otto Fenichel. Our conference will be a partial return to 1936, when the 14th Congress IPA – dedicated to the theme of effectiveness of psychoanalytical therapy (which had participation from 198 analysts from around the world) – took part in Mariánské Lázně (Marienbad). Here, Fenichel delivered the paper with which we would like to open the 2nd Conference. Since 1936, more then 60 years have passed, therefore it will be interesting to learn how the theme of psychic change is approached in current psychoanalysis. What are the criteria, concepts and limits of psychic change in different psychoanalytical movements and schools in the 21st century? How has the essence of the goals and therapeutical ambitions of psychoanalysis changed in the last half a century?

As a part of the legacy of Otto Fenichel for us is his interest in external political reality, the conference will also deal with the theme of psychic change from a perspective of medicine, history, sociology and political sciences. We want to pay attention to the phenomenon of an internal change, not only on an individual level, but also in context of institutions, human groups and society as a whole. It is a demanding theme and could be continued in another Fenichel’s Conference, which we aim to organize two years from now. The 2nd conference will also have a Czech section, which will come before the international one (held in the English language).

Association for the Psychoanalysis of Culture & Society 2017 Annual Conference

10/20/2017 - 10/21/2017

open to public
Organizer: APCS - Association for the Psychoanalysis of Culture & Society
Venue: Rutgers University Inn and Conference Center
178 Ryders Ln
08901 New Brunswick
U.S.A.
>> Website

APCS holds an annual conference. In recent years we have met in the intimate setting of the Rutgers Inn and Conference Center on the campus of Rutgers University in New Jersey, U.S.A. In this section of the website you will find our most recent Call for Papers, a conference registration form, travel, lodging, and meal information, as well as some basic information on what to expect when you attend sessions.

If you have questions that are not answered by the materials provided here, or if you have a need for some adaptations or other assistance, please contact conference co-chairs
Marilyn Charles at mcharlesphd@gmail.com or Lita Crociani-Windland at lita.crociani-windland@uwe.ac.uk

Enjoy our conference!

Auf Sicht - Supervision oder Kontrollanalyse? Öffentliche Veranstaltung

10/20/2017 - 10/21/2017

open to public
Organizer: Akademie für Psychoanalyse und Psychotherapie München e.V.
Venue: Klinikum Rechts der Isar, Hörsaal P (Pavillon)
Ismaninger Str. 22
81675 Munich
Germany
>> Website

GERMAN
Auf Sicht
Supervision oder Kontrollanalyse?
Öffentliche Veranstaltung
zur überregionalen Fortbildung psychoanalytische Ausbildungssupervision

Überregionale Fortbildung psychoanalytische Ausbildungssupervision
Die Fortbildung richtet sich an ausgebildete Psychoanalytikerinnen und Psychoanalytiker (ETh oder AKJP), die einige Jahre Erfahrung gesammelt haben. Falls diese Kolleginnen und Kollegen sich zu Supervisorinnen und Supervisoren für die Ausbildung weiterqualifizieren, können sie sich hier das notwendige Wissen in Theorie und Praxis aneignen.
In einer gemischten Fachkollegengruppe werden Inhalte erarbeitet und Erfahrungen ausgetauscht. Eine Gruppe startet, wenn sich jeweils acht Teilnehmer gefunden haben.
Die Fortbildungsgruppe wird von einer Mentorin bzw. einem Mentor (Gruppenanalytiker) begleitet, dadurch wird ein „Ankommen“, „Innehalten“ und ein „Abschied“ im Fortbildungsprozess ermöglicht. Für alle Gruppen werden pro Jahr an der Akademie in München eine „große Tagung“ im Wintersemester (die auch der interessierten Fachöffentlichkeit zugänglich sein wird) und ein interner „Studientag“ im Sommersemester angeboten.
Ausführliche Informationen zur Fortbildung und Anmeldung finden Sie auf der Website unter www.psychoanalyse-muenchen.deAus- und Weiterbilung.

Die Fortbildung behandelt in Vorträgen und Diskussionsgruppen Themen wie Geschichte der Supervision, Forschung, rechtliche Aspekte, Institutionsdynamik, Methoden, Stile und Didaktiken der Supervision, Umgang mit besonderen Patientengruppen, behandlungstechnische Probleme und Krisen in der Supervision. Sie wird von einer fortlaufenden Balintgruppe begleitet.

Says Who? The Struggle for Authority in a Market-based Society

10/20/2017 20:00

open to public
Organizer: Freud Museum London
Venue: Freud Museum London
20 Maresfield Gardens
NW3 5SX London
United Kingdom
>> Website

Says Who? The Struggle for Authority in a Market-based Society
Dany Nobus in Conversation with Paul Verhaeghe
‘We live in an extremely controlling society in which authority has disappeared … traditional authority is lapsing into brute force … and we ourselves must take the first steps towards creating a new social order.’

This was the trenchant diagnosis by Paul Verhaeghe at the end of his acclaimed book about identity, What About Me? Now he returns to investigate another aspect of our lives under threat: authority.

In Says Who? Verhaeghe examines how authority functions and why we need it in order to develop healthy psyches and strong societies. Going against the laissez-faire ethics of a free-market age, he argues that rather than seeing authority as a source of oppression we should invest in developing it in the places that matter. Only by strengthening the power of horizontal groups within existing social structures, such as in education, the economy, and the political system, can we restore authority to its rightful place. Whether you are a parent or child, teacher or student, employer or employee, Says Who? provides the answers you need.

Paul Verhaeghe will give a short lecture, followed by a discussion with Dany Nobus and a Q&A.

Öffentlicher Vortrag Gruppenanalyse: Das Konzept der Balintgruppe

10/20/2017 20:30 - 22:00

open to public
Organizer: Akademie für Psychoanalyse und Psychotherapie München e.V.
Venue: Bibliothek der Akademie - München
Schwanthalerstraße 106/III
80339 Munich
Germany
>> Website

GERMAN

Öffentlicher Vortrag Gruppenanalyse
Das Konzept der Balintgruppe

Gabriele Fenzel

Freitag, 20.10.2017, 20.30 - 22.00 Uhr

Kosten: € 15,-,  für AT/WT und Studenten € 7,50

Anmeldung: mueller-jahn@psychoanalyse-muenchen.de, Telefon 089 - 502 42 76

Die Theorieseminare finden in Kooperation mit der Münchner Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Psychoanalyse e.V. (MAP) statt.

How useful are Freud and Lacan’s ideas in the clinic? Part 2

10/21/2017

open to public
Organizer: The SITE for Contemporary Psychoanalysis

London
United Kingdom
>> Website
The Clinical SITE is presenting a series of three interconnected workshops, facilitated by Philip Hill. This introductory series will explore how a Freudian or Lacanian approach differs from others, and will review different and popular clinical techniques and theories in widespread use today, including those of Jung and Klein, and their clinical consequences.

These radically different approaches to clinical work will be compared, looking in particular at their views of diagnosis, interpretation, working with transference and boundaries or limits.

Participants are asked to bring clinical material to share, including direct quotations from clients’ speech. The workshops assume no prior knowledge.

Workshop 2: Saturday 21st October

Plato and Aristotle on sexual identity, popular culture and psychoanalytic theory and technique

What objections would Aristotle have to Kleinian and Jungian theory and clinical technique? Why should we be interested and what difference does theory make to clinical practice?
The view of Heraclitus is that, at best, the cosmos is structured like a rubbish heap. This bothered Plato, who countered with his own highly influential theory that is the prototype of Jung’s and Melanie Klein’s. Plato’s legacy lives on in the theories and clinics of Jungians and Kleinians. How and why do Freudians and Lacanians do things differently, why and what are the consequences for the knowledge of the analyst, and for interpretation?

Transference and Countertransference: Is ‘countertransference’ an idea or phenomenon that is on the same footing as ‘transference’? Is it possible to analyse without relying on countertransference?

Technique and interpretation: What is ‘intuition’, and does it have a privileged role in the clinic? What is the relation of truth to interpretation?

Gruppenanalyse Modul 4: "Meine erste Gruppe"- Zusammenstellung einer Gruppe, Indikation, Einleitung

10/21/2017 09:00 - 17:00

open to public
Organizer: Akademie für Psychoanalyse und Psychotherapie München e.V.
Venue: Bibliothek der Akademie - München
Schwanthalerstraße 106/III
80339 Munich
Germany
>> Website

GERMAN

Modul 4: Gruppenanalyse
"Meine erste Gruppe": Zusammenstellung einer Gruppe, Indikation, Einleitung einer analytischen Gruppenpsychotherapie bzw. einer tiefenpsychologisch fundierten Gruppentherapie

Martin Pröstler, Matthias Wenck, Ursula Wienberg
Samstag, 21.10.2017, 9.00 - 17.00 Uhr
Kosten: € 150,-

Anmeldung: mueller-jahn@psychoanalyse-muenchen.de, Tel. 089-502 42 76, Fax 089-54 07 55 00

Die Theorieseminare finden in Kooperation mit der Münchner Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Psychoanalyse e.V. (MAP) statt.

Film und Psychoanalyse - Rękopis znaleziony w Saragossie (Die Handschrift von Saragossa)

10/22/2017 17:30

open to public
Organizer: Akademie für Psychoanalyse und Psychotherapie München e.V.
Venue: Filmmuseum München
St. Jakobs-Platz 1
80331 Munich
Germany
>> Website

GERMAN

Rekopis znaleziony w Saragossie (Die Handschrift von Saragossa)
Polen 1964 – R: Wojciech Has – B: Tadeusz Kwiatkowski– K: Mieczysław Jahoda – M: Krzysztof Penderecki - D: Zbygniew Cybulski, Elżbieta Czyżewska, Beata Tyszkiewicz, Gustaw Holoubek – 182 min, OmU
Als Bewunderer dieses hochgradig surrealen, komischen und expressionistischen „Lieblingsfilms“ und Kultfilm des Phantastischen Kinos befinden wir uns in bester Gesellschaft mit Buñuel, Scorsese und Coppola. Der als unverfilmbar geltenden verzwackten Romanvorlage des Abenteurers Graf Potocki entspricht der Regisseur erzähltechnisch durch viele Rückblenden, die er sogar noch mehr verschachtelt als Pasolini in seinen „Erotischen Geschichten aus 1001 Nacht“ und durch die zumindest ein Teil der aberwitzig zahlreichen Romanfiguren und Nebenhandlungen repräsentiert ist. Cybulski, der früh verstorbene Starschauspieler des polnischen Kinos, brilliert in einer seiner berühmtesten Rollen als in der Sierra Morena zur Zeit der Inquisition von spukhaften Kräften herumgetriebener Offizier, der jeden Morgen vom Murmeltier gegrüßt unter einem Galgen mit Gehenkten erwacht. Bei jeder neuen Verschachtelung der Geschichte in die Tiefe wächst die Lust des mitdelirierenden Zuschauers, während gegen Ende, beim Auftauchen aus ihr, die Angst steigt, dieser Film mit beträchtlicher Überlänge könne jemals enden.

Einführung: Salek Kutschinski

Making us Great Again? A Psychoanalytic Discussion of Populism

10/24/2017 20:00

open to public
Organizer: New York Psychoanalytic Society & Institute (NYPSI)
Venue: New York Psychoanalytic Society Institute The Marianne & Nicholas Young Auditorium
247 East 82nd Street
10028 New York
U.S.A.
>> Website

Making us Great Again? A Psychoanalytic Discussion of Populism

Presenters: Leon Hoffman, M.D. and Coline Covington, Ph.D., B.P.C.

The presenters will discuss the political dynamics of populism from a psychoanalytic perspective. They will stress the group’s sense of vulnerability and fear and the powerful role the populist leader plays for the group within this psychological state. A charismatic leader is chosen who promises to make the group powerful, perverting the truth by promoting “alt-facts” which fit into the fantasy life of the leader and group. Two approaches are discussed: (1) understanding how vulnerable groups attempt to deal with traumatic experiences by utilizing maladaptive defense mechanisms, such as denial and projection, in order to protect themselves from unbearable negative emotions and (2) understanding that when a large group’s survival and identity are under threat, individual mindfulness is dissolved in the service of defending against the experience of loss and trying to restore a sense of potency within the group.

Zeitlyn Lecture: Film projection and projective identification: Trauma ,Splitting and Therapeutic Interventions

10/25/2017 17:00

open to public
Venue: University of Essex, Colchester Campus
Room 4N.6.1
CO4 3SQ
United Kingdom
>> Website
Description
Using a particular film, Morvern Callar, (Dir. Lynne Ramsay,2002) to reflect on the impact of the counter-transference, I suggest that film, with its capacity to communicate intense emotional and pre-verbal states, can make sense of certain key psychoanalytic concepts via a direct emotional experience. The discussion will outline the way a psychological mechanism vital in normal development may then be used when at a later stage someone is confronted with situations of trauma and loss.

Dr Judith Edwards is a retired consultant child and adolescent psychotherapist who has taught and supervised on various courses at the Tavistock Clinic, where she has worked in various capacities since the 1980s. Since retirement she has worked there as a visiting lecturer and also at Roehampton University. Her book of selected papers Love the Wild Swan was published in Routledge’s World Mental Health series in 2016 . A past editor of the Journal of Child Psychotherapy, she has published her work in papers and academic books internationally. Apart from her clinical experience over the years, one of her principal interests has been in the links between psychoanalysis, culture and the arts,

´Who’s afraid of Melanie Klein´ Open Seminar

10/27/2017 17:00

open to public
Venue: University of Essex - Southend Campus

SS1 1BF Southend-on-Sea
United Kingdom
>> Website
Description
Who’s afraid of Melanie Klein

Bob Hinshelwood

ABSTRACT: Did you ever wonder about outcome studies for Shakespeare’s Hamlet? -- or the cost-effectiveness of Star Wars? Well psychoanalysis is a bit like that, too. This talk will be about the nature of psychoanalysis as a way of thinking about human beings and their experiences. Since the nineteenth century models of physics and physiology on which Freud based his theories, we have increasingly moved towards more object relations models of therapeutic work, and for understanding the working of the mind. At the same time, our wider social culture has tended to move in the opposite direction and to embrace more objective measures than subjective impressions. I will try to contrast the two diverging trends in psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy, and draw out some of the contemporary problems for the acceptance of psychoanalytic ideas and work

Bob Hinshelwood is Emeritus Professor at the University of Essex. He is a Fellow of the British Psychoanalytical Society, and a Fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. He has published a number of books on Kleinian psychoanalysis, and on the importance of psychoanalysis in the public services.

21st Annual Day in Applied Psychoanalysis: Gender through the Looking Glass: Whose perspective? Gender Fluidity in Culture, Literature, and Psychoanalysis – Contemporary Viewpoints

10/28/2017 09:00 - 16:00

open to public
Organizer: Toronto Psychoanalytic Society
Venue: The George Ignatief Theatre, University of Toronto
15 Devonshire Place
ON M5S 2C8 Toronto
Canada
>> Website


21st Annual Day in Applied Psychoanalysis

Between Hours: Interdisciplinary Dialogues, Applied Psychoanalysis Programme of the Toronto Psychoanalytic Society,
presents
Gender through the Looking Glass: Whose perspective? Gender Fluidity in Culture, Literature, and Psychoanalysis – Contemporary Viewpoints

With:
Paul Lynch,MD – Psychoanalyst, Boston
Emma Donoghue, PhD – Acclaimed Irish-Canadian Writer/Literary Historian
Sheila Cavanagh, PhD – Associate Professor, Sociology, Toronto
Oren Gozlan, PsyD – Clinical Psychologist/Psychoanalyst
Marco Posadas, MSW – Clinical Social Worker/Psychoanalyst

By crossing the gender divide, the shared, lived experience of people of transgender identity has infiltrated
mainstream consciousness and radicalized questions surrounding gender. What does it mean to be a man or
a woman? How fluid an experience IS gender?

This symposium will look at the way in which the concept of gender fluidity informs developmental
considerations of gender identity and gendered identifications; how it both supports a progressive
understanding of gender, while presenting a challenge to the notions of binary gender ingrained in the
social order. How do we respond to shifting gender mores and previously unthought possibilities of gender
change? Is psychoanalysis ready for such a transition? We will explore these questions through case
material and characters in literary fiction.

Join us for an inspiring day of dialogue from the interweaving perspectives of literary, sociological, and psychoanalytic thinkers.

Ninth European Psychoanalytic Film Festival - epff9

11/02/2017 - 11/05/2017

open to public
Organizer: Institute of Psychoanalysis
Venue: The Royal Society of Medicine and BAFTA
Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, London W1G 0AE
BAFTA, 195 Piccadilly, London, W1J 9LN
BFI, Belvedere Rd, South Bank, London SE1 8XT
London
United Kingdom
>> Website

Biennial film festival featuring screenings of European films on the theme of Interiors/Exteriors, followed by discussions with filmmakers, critics and psychoanalysts.

Honorary President: Bernardo Bertolucci
Director: Andrea Sabbadini

The Festival will include screenings of European films and discussions on the theme of Interiors/Exteriors

How useful are Freud and Lacan’s ideas in the clinic? Part 3

11/04/2017

open to public
Organizer: The SITE for Contemporary Psychoanalysis

London
United Kingdom
>> Website
The Clinical SITE is presenting a series of three interconnected workshops, facilitated by Philip Hill. This introductory series will explore how a Freudian or Lacanian approach differs from others, and will review different and popular clinical techniques and theories in widespread use today, including those of Jung and Klein, and their clinical consequences.

These radically different approaches to clinical work will be compared, looking in particular at their views of diagnosis, interpretation, working with transference and boundaries or limits.

Participants are asked to bring clinical material to share, including direct quotations from clients’ speech. The workshops assume no prior knowledge.

Workshop 3: Saturday 4th November

Diagnosis in and out of the Lacanian clinic, working with psychosis

Does diagnosis make a difference to technique and why is it important?

How can you tell if your patient is psychotic? Are behavioural indicators or references to ‘reality’ or ‘fantasy’ reliable or consistent criteria?

Are we all psychotic?  Or are we simply either neurotic, or psychotic? We will explore the positions of Klein, Freud and Lacan.

Can psychosis be understood as part of the terrible price paid for ordinary neurosis?

How might the feminine sexuality of a mother act as a precaution against her child becoming psychotic?

Veranstaltung von Freunden der IDPAU e.V.: Filmtagung – Individuelle Aufbrüche – Gesellschaftliche Umbrüche – Und was daraus wird

11/04/2017

open to public
Organizer: IDPAU - Interessengemeinschaft der Psychoanalyse an Universitäten
Venue: Psychoanalytische Arbeitsgemeinschaft
Riehler Straße 23
50668 Cologne
Germany
>> Website

GERMAN

Veranstaltung von Freunden der IDPAU e.V.: Filmtagung – Individuelle Aufbrüche – Gesellschaftliche Umbrüche – Und was daraus wird
4. November 2017 - 00:00

Tagung

Psychoanalytische Arbeitsgemeinschaft
Riehler Straße 23, 50668 Köln
Köln

Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren,

beigefügt erhalten Sie eine Veranstaltungsinformation zur Filmtagung, zu der wir Sie sehr herzlich einladen möchten:

Individuelle Aufbrüche – Gesellschaftliche Umbrüche – Und was daraus wird. Szenen und Bilder außereuropäischer Filme

am 04. – 05.11.2017 in Köln

Psychoanalytiker stellen Filme vor:

Sa:

Rostov – Luanda
Niemand kennt die „Persian Cats“
So:

Last Life in the Universe
Ein Mann der schreit. Un homme qui crie

RADIO: UNBEWUSST - die Lust am freien Sprechen

11/08/2017 20:00

open to public
Organizer: Radio Orange 94.0

Vienna
Austria
>> Website

Welcome to the first psychoanalytic radio show live from Vienna!


UNBEWUSST - die Lust am freien Sprechen airs every second Wednesday once a month on Radio Orange 94.0!
The podcasts of the radio show can be found HERE.

Klinischer Vortrag aus kleinianischer Sicht

11/09/2017 20:30

open to public
Organizer: PaIB - Psychoanalytisches Institut Berlin e.V.
Venue: IfP - Raum 1
Goerzallee 5
12207 Berlin
Germany
>> Website

GERMAN

Klinischer Vortrag aus kleinianischer Sicht.
 

Helga Skogstad, London

Konferenz: Der weibliche Körper, zwischen Kränkung und Triumph

11/10/2017 - 11/11/2017

open to public
Organizer: Österreichische Gesellschaft für Psychosomatik in Gynäkologie und Geburtshilfe (ÖGPGG)
Venue: Haus der Ingenieure
Eschenbachgasse 9
Beletage (2. Stock)
1010 Vienna
Austria
>> Website
GERMAN

Warum Triumph in unserem Titel, werden Sie sich vielleicht fragen. Ist uns doch die Kränkung im Zusammenhang mit dem weiblichen Körper in Reproduktion, Krankheit und Alter viel geläufiger.
Judith zeigt in unserem Titelbild eine andere Perspektive. Was liegt in ihrem abwesenden Lächeln? Triumph, Rache, Gleichgültigkeit, Genugtuung? Was hat sie abgetrennt? Das Männliche, ein Organ, ein Kind, den Feind, der sie bedroht, der sie zerstören will?

Kränkung und Triumph finden sich in allen Bereichen der Frauenheilkunde wieder:
Die neuen Reproduktionstechnologien verheißen den Triumph über die Kränkung des unerfüllten Kinderwunsches. Kontrazeption und Schwangerschaftsabbruch werden im Rahmen gesellschaftspolitischer Rückschritte wieder in Frage gestellt. Die (neuen) Einschränkungen der Entscheidungsmacht über den eigenen Körper machen ein Spannungsfeld deutlich, in dem sich eine psychosomatische Frauenheilkunde neu zu positionieren hat.

Werden damit alte Geschlechterdichotomien neu bemüht? Werden Männer sich auf ihre ‚alten‘ Heldenrollen zurückziehen und sich vor Frauenrachsucht fürchten? Braucht es einen neuen Feminismus in einer Zeit, in der erworbene Rechte von Frauen in Frage gestellt werden und Hass auf die Frau mancherorts salonfähig erscheint? Und welche Auswirkungen haben diese Veränderungen auf uns, die wir in der Frauenheilkunde und Geburtshilfe tätig sind?
Bleibt da noch Raum für eine psychosomatische Betrachtungsweise?

All diesen Fragen wollen wir uns in der diesjährigen Tagung stellen!
Prim.a Univ.-Prof. DDr.in Mag.a Barbara Maier
ÖGPGG Präsidentin
Im Namen des Organisationsteams

Infoveranstaltung zur Aus- und Weiterbildung in tiefenpsychologisch fundierter Psychotherapie und Psychoanalyse (Kinder, Jugendliche und Erwachsene)

11/10/2017 19:00

open to public
Organizer: PaIB - Psychoanalytisches Institut Berlin e.V.
Venue: IfP
Goerzallee 5
12207 Berlin
Germany
>> Website

GERMAN

Infoveranstaltung zur Aus- und Weiterbildung in tiefenpsychologisch fundierter Psychotherapie und Psychoanalyse (Kinder, Jugendliche und Erwachsene).

Wegsperren und/oder resozialisieren? Straf- und Maßregelvollzug in der Diskussion

11/11/2017 - 11/12/2017

open to public
Organizer: Internationale Erich-Fromm-Gesellschaft
Venue: Psychiatrie Reichenau am Bodensee
Feursteinstraße 55
78479 Reichenau Island
Germany
>> Website

GERMAN

Wegsperren und/oder resozialisieren? Straf- und Maßregelvollzug in der Diskussion
11. und 12. November 2017 im Zentrum für Psychiatrie Reichenau am Bodensee

Was tun mit Menschen, die das Recht brechen, sich sozialschädlich verhalten, gewalttätig sind, sich an keine Regel halten wollen, anderen in die Tasche greifen, ohne „Stoff“ nicht mehr leben können? Was tun mit denen, die einfach immer wieder „durchknallen“, voller „krimineller Energie“ sind oder nichts anderes gelernt haben, als das Leben mit „krummen Touren“ und auf Kosten anderer zu meistern? Unsere Herbsttagung 2017 will sich diesen Fragen stellen, und zwar an einem Ort, wo psychisch kranke Rechtsbrecher untergebracht sind und der Versuch gemacht wird, sie wieder sozial zu integrieren. Die Rede ist vom Maßregelvollzug in der Klinik für Forensische Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie im Zentrum für Psychiatrie Reichenau am Bodensee.

Diese Klinik ist Kooperationspartnerin und zugleich Ort unserer Herbsttagung 2017. Thematisch geht es bei dieser Tagung sowohl um den Strafvollzug als auch um den Maßregelvollzug (bei psychisch kranken Rechtsbrechern). Das Zentrum für Psychiatrie Reichenau liegt am Rande von Konstanz, dort, wo der Damm zur Insel Reichenau seinen Ausgang hat.

Anknüpfend an die frühen Arbeiten Erich Fromms zur Strafjustiz soll die Tagung damit einen Blick ermöglichen in eine Welt, mit der die Gesellschaft möglichstnichts zu tun haben will: in die Gefängnisse und in die forensischen Abteilungen von Psychiatrien. Straf‐ und Maßregelvollzug werden ganz unterschiedlich eingeschätzt: Unterstützt von den Medien und der öffentlichen Meinung, wollen viele, dass Menschen, die das Recht brechen, weggesperrt werden, vor allem wegsperren, um sich selbst wieder sicher erleben zu können. Die Fachwelt muss allerdings der Erfahrung gerecht werden, dass das Wegsperren meist kontraproduktiv ist und zur weiteren Kriminalisierung der Betroffenen beiträgt. Deshalb müsse der Resozialisierungsgedanke handlungsleitend sein und den Straf‐ und Maßregelvollzug inhaltlich bestimmen.

Beide Aspekte sollen bei der Tagung beleuchtet werden: Das Bedürfnis, uns vor Rechtsbrechern zu schützen, aber auch die Chancen von Resozialisierung und Psychotherapie im Straf‐ und Maßregelvollzug zu nutzen.

Coextension of Psychoanalysis and Subjective Topology; a Future for Psychoanalysis

11/11/2017

open to public
Organizer: Cyprus Society of the School of the Freudian Letter
Venue: The Synergy Foundation Center
Lykavou 7
3086 Limassol
Cyprus
>> Website

The Cyprus Society of the School of the Freudian Letter presents a seminar with Jean-Gérard Bursztein

“Coextension of Psychoanalysis and Subjective Topology; a Future for Psychoanalysis”

Jean-Gerard Bursztein is a French psychoanalyst who has a Doctorate in Philosophy. He teaches psychoanalysis and has been practicing in Paris since 1975. He was a student of Jean-Toussaint Desanti and worked on both philosophy of mathematics and philosophy of sciences.

Jean-Gerard Bursztein will develop the Lacanian theory of the structure of the unconscious as cut and the Borromean knot with the concept of Lalangue, where Lalangue refers to the first mnemic traces, termed “Letters” by Lacan, which coat the signifiers of language with traces of lack of jouissance and trauma.

In setting the context for this work, Bursztein reminds us that what Freud brought was so powerful and so strange that, after his death, psychoanalysis more or less disappeared. With Lacan something came to life again but it took his entire life to give a status to what Freud brought with the term, ‘unconscious’. What Lacan found that was both new and difficult was that the real references with which psychoanalysis could be defined are that of topology. This involves thinking topology without it being mathematics, as a making of models, but as a fundamental philosophy of space.

Überregionale Weiterbildung in analytischer Psychosentherapie - Psychodynamisches Arbeiten im

11/11/2017 09:30 - 11/12/2017

open to public
Organizer: Akademie für Psychoanalyse und Psychotherapie München e.V.
Venue: Psychiatrische Klinik der LMU, Hörsaal
Nußbaumstr. 7
80336 Munich
Germany
>> Website

GERMAN

Vorträge mit Diskussion
9.30-11.00
Dr. med. Michael Putzke, Friedberg
Die Anwendung psychoanalytischer Konzepte in der Akutpsychiatrie
11.30-13.00
Dr. med. Claas Happach, Hamburg
Interaktionelle Aspekte von Gewalt und Zwang im Alltag einer psychiatrischen Klinik
15.00-16.30 Kasuistisch-technische Seminare
17.00-18.30 Kasuistisch-technische Seminare
Sonntag, 12. November 2017
9.30-11.00 Kasuistisch-technische Seminare
11.30-13.00
Prof. Dr. med. Theo Meißel, Tulln
Fallvignette zum Tagungsthema
Diskussion: Dr. med. Günter Lempa, München
Die Vorträge und die Fallvignette können einzeln besucht werden, für die Vorträge ist keine Anmeldung erforderlich.
Teilnahmegebühren
€ 165,- Gesamtes Wochenende
€ 110,- Pflegekräfte, Ausbildungsteilnehmer extern und Studenten
€ 50,- Ausbildungsteilnehmer der Akademie
€ 15,- je Vortrag/Fallvignette
Anmeldung
Tel. 089-50 60 00
baur@psychoanalyse-muenchen.de   

Mourning and Melancholia - Life in the Face of Loss

11/11/2017 09:30

open to public
Organizer: Freud Museum London
Venue: Freud Museum London
20 Maresfield Gardens
NW3 5SX London
United Kingdom
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Mourning and Melancholia
Life in the Face of Loss
A conference to celebrate the centenary of Freud’s groundbreaking work ‘Mourning and Melancholia’

´Mourning and Melancholia´ introduced new ways of thinking about the structure of the mind, our relationships to others and how we process the experience of loss. For many people this is the book that inaugurated ´modern´ psychoanalysis.

This conference brings together psychoanalysts, academics, writers and performers to consider how we keep going in the face of grief, and why we sometimes fail.

´Beyond the ‘sphincter-morality’: the concept of childhood in interwar psychoanalysis´

11/15/2017 17:00

open to public
University of Essex Colchester Campus
Room 4N.6.1
CO4 3SQ Colchester
United Kingdom
Description
Beyond the ‘sphincter-morality’: the concept of childhood in interwar psychoanalysis

Abstract: The seminar will focus on perceptions of childhood in interwar British and European psychoanalysis. Ferenczi and A. Freud shared the same developmental tradition, namely both saw an inevitable chronological gap between adults and children – a gap that violently shapes the power-relations between them. That led Ferenczi to believe that he could help some patients undergo a process of ‘de-education’ in order to constitute a less severe super-ego than the one that was designed in their early childhood. By contrast, Anna Freud, who treated mainly children, sought ways to make psychoanalysis a major tool in the educational process itself. Klein, I argue, challenged both of them by proposing to concentrate on the synchronic and timeless elements in the structures of children’s and adults’ minds, in contrast to the diachronic perspective that dominated early Freudianism.

Shaul Bar-Haim is a Lecturer of Psycho-Social Studies at The University of Essex. He is currently working on a monograph about the role of the British psychoanalytical movement in creating a maternalist culture in the age of the welfare state. Part of this research was already published in Psychoanalysis & History, and History of the Human Sciences, as well as in a forthcoming article in History Workshop Journal. Shaul is also the Book Reviews Editor of Psychoanalysis and History.

Der Mittwochs Salon: HÖREN MIT DEM DRITTEN OHR

11/15/2017 20:00

open to public
Organizer: ÖAGG Fachsektion Gruppenpsychoanalyse und des Café Korb
Venue: Café Korb, Artlounge
Brandstätte 9
1010 Vienna
Austria
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GERMAN

Zur tiefenhermeneutischen Kulturanalyse und ethnopsychoanalytischen Deutungswerkstatt.

„Hören mit dem dritten Ohr“ – der Ausdruck stammt von Friedrich Nietzsche – bedeutet zu hören, was Worte nicht sagen. Der Psychoanalytiker hört nicht nur „was der Patient spricht, sondern auch (. . .), was aus seinen eigenen unbewussten Tiefen auftaucht. (. . .) In der Psychoanalyse sind nicht die Worte das Wichtigste. Es erscheint uns wichtiger, zu erkennen, was das Sprechen verbirgt und was das Schweigen offenbart.“ (Theodor Reik)

„Die Psychoanalyse hat uns nämlich gelehrt, daß jeder Mensch in seiner unbewußten Geistestätigkeit einen Apparat besitzt, der ihm gestattet, die Reaktionen anderer Menschen zu deuten, das heißt die Entstellungen wieder rückgängig zu machen, welche der andere an dem Ausdruck seiner Gefühlsregungen vorgenommen hat.“
In diesem Zitat Sigmund Freuds aus „Totem und Tabu“ zeigt sich bereits die intersubjektive Dimension, die auch im ethnopsychoanalytischem Forschungsprozess im Zentrum der Analyse steht und von Forschern wie George Devereux, Mario Erdheim, Fritz Morgenthaler, Maya Nadig, Paul Parin und Goldy Parin-Matthèy weiterentwickelt wurden. Einen ähnlichen Ansatz finden wir auch in Alfred Lorenzers „Szenischen Verstehen“, wenn er davon spricht den latenten Sinngehalt von Texten sichtbar machen zu wollen. Mit welchen Gefühlen, Phantasien, Gedanken und Handlungsimpulsen reagieren wir auf einen Text? Welche szenische Gestalt lässt sich dabei erkennen?

Lassen Sie uns gemeinsam Alfred Lorenzers Aufforderung folgen und „Spielen wir mit dem Material“, dass an diesem Abend eingebracht werden wird!

Moderation: Florian Fossel, Psychoanalytiker und Gruppenanalytiker.

Vortrag: Heimat? - los!

11/17/2017 20:15 - 22:00

open to public
Organizer: Akademie für Psychoanalyse und Psychotherapie München e.V.
Venue: Alfred Adler Institut - München
Widenmayerstrasse 17
80538 Munich
Germany
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GERMAN

Öffentlicher Vortrag

Heimat? - los!
Karla Hoven-Buchholz
 

Freitag, 17.11.2017, 20.15-22.00 Uhr

Kosten:
Euro 20,-,
Euro 10,-  für AusbildungsteilnehmerInnen anderer Institute
für Aus- und WeiterbildungsteilnehmerInnen der Akademie frei

Conference of the Polish Psychoanalytical SocietyWinnicott and Bion - Holding and Containing: evolution of technique

11/18/2017

open to public
Organizer: PTPA - Polish Psychoanalytical Society
Venue: University of Warsaw
1 Miecznikowa Street
02-096 Warsaw
Poland
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Conference of the Polish Psychoanalytical Society
Winnicott and Bion - Holding and Containing: evolution of technique

Papers presented by:
Jan Abram and Robert Hinshelwood

Following the theoretical papers Dawid Bieńkowski will present clinical material, which will be discussed from both theoretical approaches.

Prof. Jan Abram is a Training and Supervising Analyst of the British Psychoanalytical Society (incorporating the Institute of Psychoanalysis). She is in full time private practice in London; Visiting Professor, Psychoanalysis Unit, University College London; Visiting Lecturer for Tavistock Centre. She is the author of The Language of Winnicott (1996 & 2007) and the editor for Donald Winnicott Today (2013).

Prof. Robert D. Hinshelwood is a Fellow of the British Psychoanalytical Society; Professor in the Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies, University of Essex; previously Director of The Cassel Hospital, London; and the author of A Dictionary of Kleinian Thought (1989) and Bion’s Sources (2003).

Dawid Bieńkowski is a Psychoanalyst, member of the Polish Psychoanalytic Society, training and supervising therapist of the Polish Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Society.

Class and Psychoanalysis

11/22/2017 18:30

open to public
Organizer: Freud Museum London
Venue: Freud Museum London
20 Maresfield Gardens
NW3 5SX London
United Kingdom
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Class and Psychoanalysis
Joanna Ryan in discussion with Barry Watt
What does psychoanalysis have to say about the emotional landscapes of class, the hidden injuries and disavowed privileges? How does class figure in clinical work and what part does it play in psychotherapeutic trainings?

In these times of increasing inequality, Joanna Ryan will discuss aspects of her timely new book Class and Psychoanalysis: Landscapes of Inequality, exploring what can be learned about the psychic formations of class, and the class formations of psychoanalysis. Addressing some of the many challenges facing a psychoanalysis that aims to include class in its remit, she holds the tension between the radical and progressive potential of psychoanalysis, in its unique understandings of the unconscious, with its status as a mainly expensive and exclusive practice.

The aim of this evening’s discussion, part of the 20th anniversary celebrations of the Site for Contemporary Psychoanalysis, is to open up debate about this important but neglected subject.

PSYCHOANALYSIS AND EDUCATION: CREATIVITY IN THE PSYCHOANALYTIC PROCESS AND IN LIFELONG LEARNING

11/23/2017 - 11/25/2017

open to public
Organizer: Canterbury Christ Church University
Venue: Canterbury Christ Church University

Canterbury
United Kingdom
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Call for Expressions of Interest in Participation
Following the successes of our previous events, this conference will develop further conversations about the relationships and tensions between psychoanalysis and education. We are keen to invite submissions to participate that involve both psychoanalytic theory and accounts of psychoanalytic practice (where applicable), and we define education in its widest context. We hope to welcome academic staff, teaching staff in other areas of practice, and of course colleagues working primarily in clinical settings.

The themes of this conference are Creativity, Psychoanalysis and Lifelong Learning. We encourage interested parties to consider these themes and to interpret them in ways that lend themselves to original and provocative ways of thinking. Queries are welcomed in the first instance, and when you are ready to submit, you will be asked to do so in one of a variety of formats. We will welcome traditional presentations and workshops (and please indicate which you are proposing). However, we are also keen to encourage less traditional formats of collaboration. As one of the conference themes is creativity, expressions of interest that propose a creative space in the conference are warmly welcomed. For example, colleagues might consider a performance, something musical, a piece of artwork, film or fictional writing.

FREUDS BAR

11/24/2017

open to public
Organizer: Akademie für Psychoanalyse und Psychotherapie München e.V.
Venue: Lost Weekend
Schellingstrasse 3
80799 Munich
Germany
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GERMAN

FREUDS BAR
Freitag, 24.11.2017, 20.00 Uhr


Eintritt frei

Jung’s “New Age” Will Have An Ecological Framework

11/24/2017 14:00

open to public
University of Essex
Colchester Campus
Room: 4N.6.1
CO4 3SQ Colchester
United Kingdom
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Description
Jung’s “New Age” Will Have An Ecological Framework

Abstract: Jungian psychology can offer an archetypal perspective on our dysfunctional relationship with the environment and can give us a framework for developing the paradigm shift Jung knew was coming in the West. The concept of the collective unconscious is invaluable in this process, which presents a significant Jungian contribution to the relatively new field of ecopsychology: a study of how our perceptions, values and behaviors affect the environment. Hermes is perhaps the most important Greek god for allowing us to put Jung’s “new age” into an ecological framework.

Dennis Merritt has an MA in Humanistic Psychology from Sonoma State-CA, a PhD in insect pathology (microbial control of insect pests) from UC-Berkeley, and is a graduate of the C. G. Jung Institute of Analytical Psychology-Zurich. He practices as a Jungian analyst and ecopsychologist in Madison and Milwaukee, Wisconsin. His four-volume Dairy Farmer’s Guide to the Universe: Jung, Hermes, and Ecopsychology (website: EcoJung.com) emphasizes the ecopsychological dimensions of Jungian theory and practice. His blog has articles on Jung and climate change, guns and the American psyche, and Hunger Games from a Jungian, political, and environmental perspective.

Vortrag: Sind wir im Krieg? Von der Aggression zum Terror

11/24/2017 20:15 - 22:00

open to public
Organizer: Akademie für Psychoanalyse und Psychotherapie München e.V.
Venue: Stadtakademie München
Herzog-Wilhelm-Str. 24
80331 Munich
Germany
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GERMAN

Öffentlicher Vortrag
Sind wir im Krieg? Von der Aggression zum Terror
Michael Ermann
Freitag, 24.11.2017, 20.15-22.00 Uhr

Kosten:
Euro 20,-,
Euro 10,-  für AusbildungsteilnehmerInnen anderer Institute
für Aus- und WeiterbildungsteilnehmerInnen der Akademie frei

Erhitzt, verführt, geschlagen - Perverse Übertragung und Gegenübertragung in einer analytischen Behandlung.

11/24/2017 20:30

open to public
Organizer: PaIB - Psychoanalytisches Institut Berlin e.V.
Venue: IfP - Raum 1
Goerzallee 5
12207 Berlin
Germany
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GERMAN

Erhitzt, verführt, geschlagen - Perverse Übertragung und Gegenübertragung in einer analytischen Behandlung.

Wilhelm Skogstad, London

- in deutscher Sprache -

Workshop: Working with Drug & Alcohol Addiction

11/25/2017

open to public
Organizer: The SITE for Contemporary Psychoanalysis
Venue: October Gallery
24 Old Gloucester Street
WC1N 3AL London
United Kingdom
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What does psychoanalysis do when faced with somebody who presents with addiction? This workshop will consider what psychoanalysis brings to the field of addiction, bearing in mind that the founding scene of psychoanalysis is a repression of Freud’s addiction. Freud underwent disfigurement and died as a result of a nicotine addiction. Does this warrant consideration in what a psychoanalytic approach to addiction might look like? The current political idiom is ‘building recovery capital’. Is this what psychoanalysis wants to sign up to? Can psychoanalysis be a cure to addiction and/or should the analyst consider a partnership approach with addiction services? In considering these questions we will also consider what those struggling to become free of a life consumed by addiction use as coping strategies, teaching and support.

Dr Eric Harper is a psychotherapist, social worker and human rights activist, currently working in London with homeless persons presenting with both mental health and addiction challenges. Prior to this he managed a Mental Health Crisis Centre and Drug and Alcohol structured day rehab program. He has worked in Africa and the USA with war trauma and torture survivors and also assisted with the founding of the African Sex Worker Health and Human Rights Alliance.

Psychoanalyse und Film - Ida

11/26/2017 17:30

open to public
Organizer: Akademie für Psychoanalyse und Psychotherapie München e.V.
Venue: Filmmuseum München
St. Jakobs-Platz 1
80331 Munich
Germany
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GERMAN

Ida
Polen, Dänemark, Frankreich, UK 2013 - R: Pawel Pawlikowski - M: Kristian Eidnes Andersen - D: Agata Trzebuchowsk, Agata Kulesza, David Ogrodnik - 80 min, OmU
Polen im Jahr 1962. Die Novizin Anna, aufgewachsen als Waise im Kloster, soll nach Warschau fahren, bevor sie ihr Gelübde ablegt, um ihre letzte noch lebende Verwandte, ihre Tante Wanda, zu besuchen. Wanda klärt das schockierte junge Mädchen brüsk über ihre Herkunft auf, und die beiden sehr unterschiedlichen Frauen begeben sich auf eine Reise durch das Land und in eine finstere Vergangenheit. In diesem modernen Roadmovie verdichtet sich die furchtbare Geschichte des 20. Jahrhunderts im Schicksal einer Familie in berückenden Schwarz-Weiß-Bildern. Dem sparsamen Text entspricht die Kargheit der gezeigten Landschaft, Städte und Dörfer. Die Komplexität des Innenlebens der beiden Frauen spiegelt die psychischen Verheerungen, die Nazibesatzung, Krieg und Stalinismus neben Tod und Zerstörung hinterlassen haben. Ein zeitloses und sehr bewegendes Drama über Fragen der Identität, Schuld, Erlösung, Hoffnung und… Liebe. Ganz nebenbei erleben wir tief seelische Bewegungen und Tröstungen durch Musik.

Einführung: Katharina Leube-Sonnleitner

´Critical Realism: The Case Study and the Problem of Singularity´

11/27/2017 17:00

open to public
University of Essex Colchester
Campus Colchester


CO4 3SQ Colchester
United Kingdom
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Description
Critical Realism: The Case Study and the Problem of Singularity

Abstract: Across the disciplines, scholars have turned to critical realism, a philosophy of social science that works against the grain of both positivism and social constructivism, to show how the case study can offer robust explanatory, causal accounts. In this talk, Dr. Jeffrey Longhofer will explore how with critical realism case study research can be grounded in fundamentally different epistemological assumptions. He will deepen the critical realist understanding of the case study by considering Bernard Lahire’s work on singularity.

Jeffrey Longhofer, Ph.D., Associate Professor of social work at Rutgers University, holds graduate degrees in anthropology and social work and is supervising analyst in New Jersey. He was trained at Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center and the Hanna Perkins Center (Cleveland, OH). He has five books: Columbia University Press (2010): On Having and Being a Case Manager: A Relational Method for Recovery; Oxford University Press (2013), Qualitative Methods for Practice; Palgrave MacMillan (2015), A to Z for Psychodynamic Practice and two books with Routledge Press: The Social Work and K-12 Schools Casebook (2017) and The Social Work and Sexual Trauma Case Book: Phenomenological Perspectives (forthcoming).

Anxiety, Dread and Fear

12/01/2017 15:00 - 12/03/2017 13:30

open to public
Organizer: UCL - University College London
Venue: University College London
Gower St
WC1E6BT London
United Kingdom
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Anxiety, Dread and Fear

ABSTRACT

“Like one, that on a lonesome road/Doth walk in fear and dread,/And having once turned round walks on,/And turns no more his head;/Because he knows, a frightful fiend/ Doth close behind him tread.”

Samuel Taylor Coleridge, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner

Most of us are familiar with some of the problems associated with anxiety. But anxiety’s vital function is glimpsed when we think about those without a sufficient capacity to bear it: what should be sensed as a threat presents no danger, or offers an exciting risk; damage often follows - although not always. From the first, Freud felt that anxiety and fear are central to human behaviour, to our interior mental life and to our object relations, attachments and achievements. He identified the different forms of anxiety including as a response to real, sometimes archaic dangers such being killed, eaten or harmed, starved, of separation from or losing one’s mother, of physical castration by a dominant male or female, expulsion from the group, but also phantasies of these threats, leading to anxiety situations that are mostly internal. In trauma, the level of anxiety has exceeded the ego’s capacity to manage them. The individual’s relationship to its good object breaks down with severe consequences for functioning.

This year’s UCL Conference will address these and other forms of anxiety, fear and dread, and the deeper matters that seem to give rise to them. We will consider how they are best understood and responded to clinically. We will seek to identify our current accounts of anxiety and its cognate states.

Literatur – Psychoanalyse-Film: Ein psychoanalytischer Blick auf “The Turn of the Screw” und ein Blick zurück…

12/01/2017 19:00

open to public
Organizer: PaIB - Psychoanalytisches Institut Berlin e.V.
Venue: IfP - Raum 1
Goerzallee 5
12207 Berlin
Germany
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GERMAN

Literatur – Psychoanalyse-Film: Ein psychoanalytischer Blick auf “The Turn of the Screw” und ein Blick zurück…
 
Dipl.-Psych. Carsten Pilzecker, Berlin

Vortragszyklus "Todestrieb: Kultur und Kritik"

12/01/2017 20:30

open to public
Organizer: FIZ - Freud-Institut Zürich
Venue: Freud-Institut Zürich
Zollikerstrasse 144
8008 Zurich
Switzerland
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GERMAN

Vortragszyklus "Todestrieb: Kultur und Kritik"
Die Vorträge finden jeweils am Freitagabend statt und beginnen um 20:30 Uhr. Die Veranstaltungen des Zyklus sind öffentlich. Keine Anmeldung erforderlich. Anerkannt von SGPP und PSY-Verbänden, 2 Credits pro Abend. Eintritt frei. Alle Veranstaltungen finden am Freud-Institut statt, Zollikerstrasse 144, 8008 Zürich.

Freitag, 1. Dezember 2017, Selbstzerstörungsnarrative. Perspektiven aus der Literatur, Arata Takeda, Dr. phil. (Berlin)
Freitag, 13. April 2018, «Man wird schlecht durch leiden» (Balint). Aggression, Hass, Gewalt und Gesellschaft, zu ihrer Genese und Psychosoziodynamik, Thomas Auchter, Dipl.-Psych. (Aachen)
Freitag, 15. Juni 2018, Suizidalität im Alter, Martin Teising, Prof. Dr. phil. (Berlin)
Freitag, 7. September 2018, Todestrieb, Gottesvorstellungen und der Wunsch nach Unsterblichkeit, Christa Rohde-Dachser, Prof. Dr. (Berlin)

´Migration and Diversity through the Psychosocial Lens´

12/06/2017 17:00

open to public
University of Essex
Colchester Campus
Room: 4N.6.1
CO4 3SQ Colchester
United Kingdom
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Description
Migration and Diversity through the Psychosocial Lens

Abstract: Psychoanalytic literature on migration often focuses on individual case studies of migrants, describing the psychic mechanisms that make up the subject’s experience (splitting, dissociation, mourning…). This literature offers little critical analysis of the social and cultural context of migration, and does little to help us address the pressing question of our time, which is how people live together in a world where migration and diversity are the new normal. Using ethnographic case studies from different parts of the world, this talk argues that a socially relevant psychoanalytic approach must link processes of subject-formation to the circulations of fantasies about self, others, and community within specific national and local contexts.

Nikolay Mintchev is a Research Associate at the Institute for Global Prosperity at University College London and a Visiting Fellow at the Department of Psychosocial and Psychoanalytic Studies at the University of Essex. He specializes on the themes of prosperity, social change, migration and diversity, bringing together theoretical perspectives from the social sciences and psychosocial studies. He is co-editor (with R. D. Hinshelwood) of The Feeling of Certainty: Psychosocial Perspectives (Palgrave McMillan, 2017).

RADIO: UNBEWUSST - die Lust am freien Sprechen

12/13/2017 20:00

open to public
Organizer: Radio Orange 94.0

Vienna
Austria
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Welcome to the first psychoanalytic radio show live from Vienna!

UNBEWUSST - die Lust am freien Sprechen airs every second Wednesday once a month on Radio Orange 94.0!
The podcasts of the radio show can be found HERE.

Psychoanalyse und Film - North by Northwest

12/17/2017 17:30

open to public
Organizer: Akademie für Psychoanalyse und Psychotherapie München e.V.
Venue: Filmmuseum München
St. Jakobs-Platz 1
80331 Munich
Germany
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GERMAN

North by Northwest
R: Alfred Hitchcock – B: Ernest Lehmann – K: Robert Burks – M: Bernard Herrmann – D: Gary Grant, Eva Marie Saint, James Mason - 136 min, OmU
Ein harmloser Werbefachmann wird mit einem Geheimagenten verwechselt und gerät in eine atemberaubende Geschichte von Bedrohung, Schuldgefahr und Identitätsverlust. Gesucht von der Polizei und in einer gleichzeitigen Flucht- und Verfolgungsbewegung gegenüber den „Staatsfeinden“ und Spionen bewegt er sich in einem rasanten Road Movie quer durch die USA, um seine Unschuld zu beweisen – vom Mord im UN-Gebäude in New York bis zum berühmten Showdown auf dem Mount Rushmore Monument. Dabei begegnen uns vertraute Archetypen der Hitchcock-Welt: eine schöne, kühle, hintergründige Blondine, sarkastisch-bedrohliche Gangster, Suspense, wenn wir vor dem Helden die Gefahr ahnen. Und wir identifizieren uns mit einem eleganten Gary Grant, der nicht nur für Hitchcock zu einem Alter Ego wird, das er gerne gewesen wäre.

Einführung: Mathias Lohmer



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