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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.



Maudsley Lectures - Spring 2019

01/14/2019 18:30 - 04/01/2019

open to public
Organizer: Institute of Psychoanalysis
Venue: Institute of Psychoanalysis
10 Windsor Walk
SE5 8BB London
United Kingdom
>> Website

Join us for the Maudsley lectures - a series of talks and discussion groups exploring the application of psychoanalytical concepts to clinical work and beyond. This year our lectures explore the psychoanalytic consultation, and the relationship between mind and body.

The Maudsley lectures will be of particular interest to clinicians, and trainees working in psychiatry, psychology, psychotherapy, nursing and other areas of mental health. However, anyone is welcome to attend.

Lectures start at 6.30pm and are held on Mondays
Each lecture lasts approximately one hour, then there is time for questions
There is a short break before moving into smaller discussion groups
Groups start at 8pm and last for around one hour
You will stay in the same discussion group thoughout the term, so that you can explore the themes in a group setting and deepen your understanding together
You will be provided with a reading list and core reading material for each lecture
NEW FOR 2018/19:
These lectures are available to book as a whole term only - You cannot purchase individual lectures.

London Introductory Lectures - Spring 2019

01/16/2019 - 03/27/2019

open to public
Organizer: Institute of Psychoanalysis
Venue: Institute of Psychoanalysis
112A Shirland Road
W9 2BT London
United Kingdom
>> Website

Whether you are completely new to psychoanalysis, or you wish to deepen the knowledge you already have, the Introductory Lectures will help you discover key psychoanalytic concepts and how they apply in the consulting room and beyond.

You´ll hear from renowned psychoanalysts at the forefront of psychoanalytic practice, including those who have trained, taught and supervised at leading universities and treatment centres like the Tavistock Clinic, The Portman Clinic and the Maudsley Hospital.

Lectures start at 5.45pm and are held on Wednesdays in Maida Vale, London
Each lecture lasts approximately one hour, including time for questions
There is a short break before moving into smaller discussion groups
Groups start at 7pm and last for around one hour
You will stay in the same discussion group thoughout the term, so that you can explore the themes in a group setting and deepen your understanding together
You will be provided with a reading list and core reading material for each lecture
PLEASE NOTE: While you are able to purchase Spring 2019 by itself, we would only recommend this option if you attended Autumn term in 2017. This is because the lectures in Spring Term build on the knowledge gained in Autumn - this is best experienced as a two-term course.

Leeds Introductory Lectures - Spring 2019

01/16/2019 19:00 - 03/27/2019

open to public
Organizer: Institute of Psychoanalysis
Venue: Leeds - Northern School of Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy
34/36 Springwell Road
LS12 1AW Leeds
United Kingdom
>> Website

The Introductory Lectures are a two-part series, offering an overall view of the core concepts in psychoanalysis and their main applications.The course is open to all including those completely new to the subject and no specific experience or qualifications are required.

It’s an opportunity for learning and discussion in the company of a range of people sharing curiosity and interest regarding psychoanalytic ideas and their relation to the world, psychoanalysis as a treatment and psychoanalysis as a profession.

Participants are provided with basic texts for each lecture and further reading is suggested and is available from the Institute’s library.

Course leaders: Mr Richard Agass and Dr Anuradha Menon

When: Wednesdays 7.00PM– 9.00PM

Wunderblock

03/06/2019 - 05/26/2019

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

Wunderblock is an exhibition of new work by artist Emma Smith, drawing on original historical research into the post-war fascination with the infant mind.

This research, undertaken by the Hidden Persuaders Project at Birkbeck, University of London, examines ‘brainwashing’ during the Cold War. Smith’s exhibition particularly focuses on this history in relation to the child.

In the wake of World War II there was considerable anxiety about how children’s minds could be shaped or influenced to support fascism, communism or liberal democracy. A generation of children had also directly experienced the devastation of war, separation from their families, or life in institutions. Child psychoanalysis and psychiatry gained a prominent role and it was a time of great innovation and debate. However, observing and interpreting the developing mind, nurturing infant mental health, and supporting good parenting, also became powerful political issues. These were inextricably linked to the interests of the state, and aspirations for generating democratic citizens.

The mother’s close relationship with her newborn became a central preoccupation. The war years and the Nursery School Movement had helped enable women of all classes to work. Post-war research and debate offered conflicting messages, and put women under pressure to return to the home. Arguably, political interest in children’s care inside and outside the home was concerned as much with regulating populations, as with supporting the child and recognising their rights.

Smith’s exhibition turns some of this complex history of debate about nature and nurture, and about benign and malign influences over the child, on its head. Smith asks ‘What is the agency of the child?’, ‘What is innate to the infant and in what ways are they an ‘expert’?’; and, crucially: ‘To what extent does the baby or child influence their environment, and shape the adult’s world?’. Inspired by the rich material surrounding infant observation in psychoanalysis by practitioners such as Melanie Klein, Anna Freud, Margaret Lowenfeld and Donald Winnicott, as well as the emergence of child-centred pedagogy and the anti-psychiatry movement, Wunderblock considers how we might engage with this history and meet the child from their own perspective.

Lektüregruppe zu Žižek, The Parallax View

03/21/2019 19:30

open to public
Organizer: Psychoanalytische Bibliothek Berlin
Venue: Psychoanalytische Bibliothek Berlin
Hardenbergstraße 9
10623 Berlin-Charlottenburg
Germany
>> Website

Leitung: Alex Janda

Donnerstags, vierzehntägig, 19.30 – 21:00 Uhr, Beginn: 10. Januar 2019

“A parallax shift refers to the apparent motion of an object when it is seen from different perspectives. But what if the observed change is not simply subjective? What if it arises from the object itself and its inherent antagonisms? – ‘It is the wager of this book that, far from posing an irreducible obstacle to dialectics, the notion of the parallax gap provides the key which enables us to discern its subversive core. To theorize this parallax gap properly is the necessary first step in the rehabilitation of the philosophy of dialectical materialism.’”

In this masterpiece, Slavoj Zizek offers an overview of his system of thought: by reading Hegel with Lacan, he is far from reassuring Hegel as a philosopher of „synthesis“, rather, in the step from Kant to Hegel, the Kantian antinomies are affirmed in the dialectical process, as found in the Lacanian move from ‘Alienation’ to ‘Separation’. We wish to read Zizek together in order to approach the stimulating intersections between philosophy and psychoanalysis, with each operating as the ex-tim core of the other ‘field of engagement’.

With regard to people without knowledge of German or French, the book is read in English.

Teilnahmegebühr: 5€ pro Seminarsitzung

Tag der offenen Tür an der SFU Wien

03/22/2019 12:00

open to public
Organizer: SFU - Sigmund Freud Privatuniversität Wien
Venue: SFU - Sigmund Freud University Vienna
Freudplatz 1
1020 Vienna
Austria
>> Website

GERMAN
Am Freitag, den 22. März 2019 von 12:00-17:00 Uhr lädt die Sigmund Freud PrivatUniversität (SFU) zum
Tag der offenen Tür.

Mit einem umfangreichen Service- und Beratungsangebot richtet sich der Tag der offenen Tür an Personen, die sich für folgende Studienrichtungen im Bakkalaureat-/Bachelor-, Magister-/Master- und Doktor-/PhD-Studium interessieren:

Psychotherapiewissenschaft
Psychologie
Medizin und Zahnmedizin
Rechtswissenschaften
sowie unsere diversen Universitätslehrgänge.

Psychotherapiewerkstatt und Filminstallation

Die Psychotherapiewerkstatt ist ein studentisches Filmprojekt, in dem die unterschiedlichen Psychotherapiemethoden in Form einer Therapiesitzung und anschließender Supervisionssitzung vorgestellt werden. Dabei werden Psychoanalyse, Psychoanalytisch orientierte Therapie, systemische Familientherapie, Individualpsychologie, Verhaltenstherapie, Gestalttherapie, personenzentrierte Psychotherapie filmisch dargestellt.

Beratungsangebot von Experten der SFU

Information zu Studienrichtungen und Fortbildungsangeboten
Informationen zum Studium der Psychologie, Psychotherapiewissenschaft, Rechtswissenschaften, Humanmedizin, Zahnmedizin
Informationen zum Studium der Psychotherapiewissenschaft im English Programme
Finanzierung des Studiums und Berufsperspektiven
postgradualen Ausbildung zum klinischen und/oder Gesundheitspsychologen
Informationen zum Universitätslehrgang Kunsttherapie
Informationen zum Universitätslehrgang Sexualtherapie
Informationen zum Universitätslehrgang Kunstrecht
Informationen zur Individualpsychologie, Verhaltenstherapie
Informationen zu Psychotherapie & Psychologie und ihre Methoden
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Runaway Train: Violent Compulsion or Compelling Pity? (Open Seminar) Dr Chris Nicholson

03/22/2019 17:30

open to public
Venue: University of Essex Colchester Campus
University of Essex - Southend Campus
Room: GB.3.46
SS1 1BF Southend-on-Sea
United Kingdom
>> Website

The 1985 film Runaway Train was adapted from a screenplay by Akira Kurosawa. It is a depiction of how human beings can, in particular circumstances, degenerate into animals compelled toward violence and cruelty. The film asks, given the inherent cruelty, hate and aggressiveness of human beings, are we in any sense redeemable? The possibility that redemption can be found though acts of altruism and sacrifice, is represented widely in art, film and literature, but what are the internal, intra-psychic foundations from which such lasting psychological patterns emerge? Using clips from the film, I will explore its underlying themes and show how Melanie Klein’s account of infantile aggression can be applied in a way that illuminates the very worst and best aspects of our human nature.

To see the film in advance, it is available in full on youtube here: https://youtu.be/FQuKl4emQ9o

The Speaker Dr Chris Nicholson is the Head of the Department of Psychosocial and Psychoanalytic Studies, University of Essex. He teaches on several programmes, and has devised two new degrees, BA Therapeutic Care and BA Childhood Studies. Before joining the Department, Chris worked in a range of children´s services and therapeutic communities. He now provides training, supervision and consultation to organisations in the UK, Greece and India. He developed the Core Competency Framework for Therapeutic Community Practitioners and sits on the Executive Board of the charity, The Consortium of Therapeutic Communities. His papers are published in the International Journal of Therapeutic Communities, and Gravesiana, the Journal of the Robert Graves Society for which he sits on the Editorial Board. His book, Children and Adolescents in Trauma: Creative Therapeutic Approaches is published by Jessica Kingsley.

Entry is free, but you will need to register online https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/runaway-train-violent-compulsion-or-compelling-pity-open-seminar-southend-campus-tickets-57383394277

Psychoanalyse der Geschlechtsdifferenz. Eine Einführung zu Judith Le Soldats triebtheoretischer Revision der Ödipus-Theorie und deren klinischer Relevanz

03/22/2019 20:15

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

GERMAN

Monika Gsell

Dr. phil., Psychoanalytikerin, wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin im Fachbereich Gender Studies der Universität Zürich, Herausgeberin der Judith Le Soldat-Werkedition.

Die Zürcher Psychoanalytikerin Judith Le Soldat (1947-2008) entwickelte eine konsequent triebtheoretisch fundierte Revision von Freuds Theorie der ödipalen Entwicklung.

Ausgangspunkt ihrer Theorie ist die Diskrepanz zwischen der psychischen Bisexualität des Kindes und der anatomischen Geschlechtsdifferenz. Diese Diskrepanz konfrontiert das Kind mit je einem unerfüllten Triebwunsch: Der Junge sieht sich mit dem Problem konfrontiert, dass ihm für den Vollzug des passiv-genitalen Triebwunsches ein entsprechendes Organ fehlt, das Mädchen sieht sich mit dem Problem konfrontiert, dass ihm für den Vollzug des aktiv-genitalen Triebwunsches ein entsprechendes Organ fehlt. Le Soldat zeigt in ihrer Theorie auf, wie die daraus entstehenden Konflikte, Phantasien und neurotischen Abwehrbewegungen den Ödipuskomplex strukturieren und unsere Liebes-, Genuss- und Arbeitsfähigkeit ein Leben lang belasten und einschränken können.

Freitag, 22.03.2019, 20.15-22.00 Uhr
Kooperationsveranstaltung des Psychoanalytischen Forums München (PFM) und der DPG AG München

Sprechen und Verstummen

03/22/2019 20:30

open to public
Organizer: Lacan Seminar Zürich
Venue: Lacan Seminar
Preyergasse 8
8001 Zurich
Switzerland
>> Website

GERMAN

Kurt Drawert, Darmstadt (D);  Peter Widmer, Ennetbaden

„…und dieses Verstummen ist die Leere gewesen, die das Sprechen angerichtet hatte, es ist die andere Seite des Sprechens gewesen, ohne dessen Gegenteil zu sein, und das Sprechen ist die laut-gewordene Stummheit gewesen, es hat ringsum nur Stummheit gegeben und Leere.“

In diesem Satz aus Kurt Drawerts Roman „Spiegelland. Ein deutscher Monolog“ entfaltet sich seine komplexe, die polysemen Diskurse des Sprechens zum Thema erhebende Poetik: Die Sprache nicht nur als Objekt des Aussagens zu verstehen, sondern in ihr schon etwas Ausgesagtes vorzufinden, das eng mit dem Unbewussten verknüpft ist und die Rede oft gegen ihre Absicht unterläuft. So beobachtet das erzählende Subjekt im Roman immer mehr die Sprache selbst, ihre Wege und Irrwege, Verzweigungen und Schattentexte, um auf ihren politischen Grund zu kommen, ihren Machtanspruch und aggressiven Willen zur Unterwerfung.
Text und Kontext, Sagendes und Gesagtes, Semantik und Syntax – in diesem Spannungsfeld erscheint alle Literatur von Kurt Drawert.

Psychoanalysis and the Classical World

03/23/2019 - 03/24/2019

open to public
Organizer: Institute of Psychoanalysis
Venue: Centre for Humanities and Health
Kings College London
WC2R 2LS London
United Kingdom
>> Website

Freud was fascinated by the ancient world - and its myths, such as that of Oedipus, have been a source of continuing interest and inspiration to psychoanalysts. This conference, the fourth in the Institute’s series of conferences on the relations between psychoanalysis and different fields of academic study, will explore the continuing connections between classical philosophy and culture and psychoanalytic inquiry and practice. Its speakers are distinguished  classical scholars, philosophers and psychoanalysts. The conference will be dialogue between these  ways of thinking about human lives, and it is hoped that it will enrich both of them. 

Contributors: David Bell, David Black, Lesley Caldwell, Armand D’Angour, Sebastian Gardner, Edith Hall, Lisa Miller, Ellen Olliensis, Daniel Orrells, Margaret Rustin, Michael Rustin, Juliet Stevenson, Neil Vickers, Margot Waddell.

Programme coming soon.

Cruelty in the early environment and its relationship with racism

03/23/2019 13:00

open to public
Organizer: Psychoanalysis and Politics
Venue: Litteraturhuset, room: Kverneland
Wergelandsveien 29
0167 Oslo
Norway
>> Website
Lecture followed by a group discussion

A Psychoanalysis and Politics special event

Today sees the rise of nationalism, the return of totalitarian parties in Europe to electoral success, and the rise of the alt-right and white supremacists in the US. Jonathan Sklar brings his understanding of cruelty, sadomasochism, perversion, and other mental mechanisms to shine a light on what has led to this situation. He examines how a cruel environment affects early development, leaving the child unable to believe in a secure, loving environment. He also considers the impact of chronic social and political environments, historically imbued with aggressive scapegoating of certain groups of citizens. Such racist, antisemitic, and misogynous cultures invariably work beneath the surface of society, attacking the ordinary fabric of family life in the provision of a particular model of perpetrators and victims – an unconscious playground in which to enact vicious games of us vs. them. By ridding ourselves of the illusions of our political times, we can find greater freedom to think, develop, challenge, and create hope for the future.

Jonathan Sklar is an Independent training analyst and fellow of the British Psychoanalytical Society; he’s worked in private practice for over 35 years. He teaches and supervises at the Institute of Psychoanalysis where he regularly has a course on Ferenczi. For ten years he convened a psychoanalytic conference in Cape Town and taught in Chicago termly for a decade. He has lectured widely in Eastern Europe and in the U.S, Canada and South America.

He has been Vice President of the European Psychoanalytic Federation and is currently on the board of the IPA.

He has numerous psychoanalytic papers published and is the author of Landscapes of the Dark: History, Trauma, Psychoanalysis, Karnac, 2011, Balint Matters: Psychosomatics and the Art of Assessment, Karnac 2017, and Dark Times: Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Politics, History and Mourning, Phoenix 2018.

Chair: Lene Auestad

Cruelty in the early environment and its relationship with racism

03/23/2019 13:00

open to public
Organizer: Psychoanalysis and Politics
Venue: Litteraturhuset
Wergelandsveien 29
0167 Oslo
Norway
>> Website

Today sees the rise of nationalism, the return of totalitarian parties in Europe to electoral success, and the rise of the alt-right and white supremacists in the US. Jonathan Sklar brings his understanding of cruelty, sadomasochism, perversion, and other mental mechanisms to shine a light on what has led to this situation. He examines how a cruel environment affects early development, leaving the child unable to believe in a secure, loving environment. He also considers the impact of chronic social and political environments, historically imbued with aggressive scapegoating of certain groups of citizens. Such racist, antisemitic, and misogynous cultures invariably work beneath the surface of society, attacking the ordinary fabric of family life in the provision of a particular model of perpetrators and victims – an unconscious playground in which to enact vicious games of us vs. them. By ridding ourselves of the illusions of our political times, we can find greater freedom to think, develop, challenge, and create hope for the future.

Jonathan Sklar is an Independent training analyst and fellow of the British Psychoanalytical Society; he’s worked in private practice for over 35 years. He teaches and supervises at the Institute of Psychoanalysis where he regularly has a course on Ferenczi. For ten years he convened a psychoanalytic conference in Cape Town and taught in Chicago termly for a decade. He has lectured widely in Eastern Europe and in the U.S, Canada and South America.

He has been Vice President of the European Psychoanalytic Federation and is currently on the board of the IPA.

Veranstaltung von Freunden der IDPAU e.V.: Psychoanalytische Frühjahrsakademie

03/25/2019 - 03/29/2019

open to public
Organizer: IDPAU - Interessengemeinschaft der Psychoanalyse an Universitäten e. V.
Venue: Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf
Universitätsstr. 1
40225 Dusseldorf
Germany
>> Website

GERMAN

S A V E T H E D A T E S A V E T H E D A T E

Auch im nächsten Jahr bietet die Akademie für Psychoanalyse und Psychosomatik Düsseldorf e.V. die Frühjahrsakademie an.

Die 7. Psychoanalytische Frühjahrsakademie findet

vom 25. – 29. März 2019

in der Heinrich-Heine Universität in Düsseldorf statt.

Die Psychoanalytische Frühjahrsakademie vermittelt Ihnen die Arbeitsweisen der Psychoanalyse in Therapie, Supervision und Coaching.
Praxisnah können Sie die Vielfalt der psychoanalytischen Methoden und Settings kennenlernen und eine persönliche Erfahrung mit der psychoanalytischen Zugangsweise machen.

Wir würden uns freuen Sie im März begrüßen zu dürfen.

Mit freundlichen Grüßen

Ihre Frühjahrsakademie

Fethi Benslama, Psychoanalyse des lslam

03/26/2019 20:00

open to public
Organizer: Psychoanalytische Bibliothek Berlin
Hardenbergstraße 9
10623 Berlin-Charlottenburg
Germany
>> Website
Arbeitsgruppe zu Fethi Benslama

Leitung: Mai Wegener

Monatlich dienstags. Termine: 29 Jan.,26 Febr. und 26 März 2019 – jeweils um 20:00 Uhr

In seinem kürzlich auf Deutsch erschienenen Buch Psychoanalyse des lslam (Berlin 2017/ orig.: La Psychanalyse à l’epreuve de l’Islam, Paris 2002) macht sich Fethi Benslama daran, die bislang am wenigsten analysierte, jüngste der drei großen monotheistische Religionen – den Islam – mit Mitteln der Psychoanalyse zu befragen. Weder Freud noch Lacan haben ihrer Auseinandersetzung mit Judentum und Christentum eine Beschäftigung mit dem Islam zur Seite gestellt. Dieser Mangel ist heute sehr spürbar. Die Arbeit des in Tunis geborenen und in Paris praktizierenden und lehrenden Analytikers steht in Frankreich in einer regen Debatte um Geschichte und Struktur des Islam sowie die Frage des Fundamentalismus bzw. der Radikalisierung.

Diese grundlegende Platzierung ist mir Anlass genug – in einer möglichst interdisziplinär zusammengesetzten Gruppe –, die Thesen dieses Buches diskutieren zu wollen. Hinzu kommt, dass Benslama sehr konkret am Material arbeitet, was sehr kostbar für die Diskussion ist, in der wir – so stelle ich mir vor – uns auch immer wieder die von ihm zugrundegelegten Texte und politisch- historischen Ereignisse erarbeiten, um die Deutungen, die er gibt, ermessen zu können.

Group-analytic seminar in Italy (Letter from Paolo)

03/28/2019 - 03/31/2019

open to public
Organizer: EPI - The European Psychoanalytic Institute
Venue: Grand Hotel Astoria
Largo S. Grisogono, 3
34073 Grado
Italy
>> Website

WHAT IS A GROUP RELATIONS CONFERENCE

The Conference is a temporary organization with the aim of exploring and learning from experiencing conscious and unconscious processes as they manifest in the “here-and-now” of group dynamics. The intention is to generate new thoughts and new learning and to review our knowledge and values; we have the opportunity to experience ourselves in multiple and different roles. Assistance is provided for an actual and sustainable change in interpreting the different roles in one’s organization and in life, particularly the roles that require an exercise of authority and leadership.

THE CONFERENCE METHODOLOGY

The organization of the Conference and the activities proposed to participants generate an experiential learning. This means learning from its own live experience of group and organizational processes, which promotes self-reflective skills and encourages a spirit of inquiry. Participants, along with the staff, can critically examine different experiences, working behaviours and interpreting the roles of leaders or followers. This type of training has no therapeutic intent and can sometimes be stressful.  For this reason it is recommended to people at a time of emotional stress or difficulty in their personal lives to postpone their participation to next edition

Fantasy & Science Fiction

03/28/2019 18:30

open to public
Organizer: The Institute of Psychoanalysis
112A Shirland Rd
W92BT London
United Kingdom
>> Website
We are excited to present the fifth screening in our Film events to celebrate 100 years of The International Journal of Psychoanalysis 1920 - 2019. SPOTLIGHT ON THE ARCHIVE is a series of evening salons that explore the links between cinema and psychoanalysis.

Psychoanalysis concerns itself with aspects of experience and identity that often remain unsaid, grappling as it does with the mechanics of bringing the unspeakable to light. Fantasy is a central concept here, working to express desires and fears in equal measure. Cinema has long been fascinated by stories that resonate with uncanny figments of the imagination, and its play with dimensions of the supernatural, and many of the most lucrative box office hits belong to the genres of the fantastic and science fiction. In this salon, our speakers will explore the metaphors and experiences of these genres. David Morgan will ask how films such as Ex Machina and Blade Runner place our fears about artificial intelligence front and centre, resonating with the work of Herbert Marcuse in One Dimensional Man. Alexander Sergeant will explore how The Wizard of Oz and its play with the fantastic allow us to embrace the illusory nature of experience and to enhance the pleasures of cinema so that it better resembles an object of childhood play.

Chair: Caroline Edwards

Speakers: David Morgan, Alexander Sergeant

Please visit the Journal’s website to access to selected articles about psychoanalysis and film and to purchase tickets for this event: www.theijp.org/film/

lslam – Psychoanalyse – Fethi Benslama und andere Versuche

03/29/2019 19:00 - 03/30/2019

open to public
Organizer: Psychoanalytische Bibliothek Berlin
Venue: Psychoanalytische Bibliothek Berlin
Hardenbergstraße 9
10623 Berlin-Charlottenburg
Germany
>> Website

GERMAN

Mit Beiträgen von Ali Fooladin, Sandrine Aumercier, Thomas Scheffler und anderen
Organisation: Mai Wegener
 
Der Workshop möchte die Lesefrüchte aber auch die Irritationen zu Gehör bringen, die sich bei der Lektüre des Buches „Psychoanalyse des Islam“ von Fethi Banslama ergeben haben. Er möchte  zudem verschiedene der Fragen, mit denen sich auch Benslama befasst, in einem größeren Kontext betrachten. Es wird zum einen darum gehen, Benslamas Position im Umfeld anderer Autoren zu betrachten, etwa im Rahmen der Debatten um Radikalisierung insbesondere in Frankreich, aber auch darum, einige Sujets – wie Stellung der Frau im Islam oder die Frage der Fiktion in der Moderne – zu vertiefen und die politischen wie historischen Umbrüche ins Auge zu nehmen. Das Anliegen des Treffens ist es, mit genauen Lektüren und erweitertem Blick die fällige Beschäftigung mit dem Islam voranzutreiben, die heute so wichtig geworden ist, nicht nur für PsychoanalytikerInnen.

Das detaillierte Programm finden Sie rechtzeitig auf unserer Webseite.

Teilnahmegebühr: 20.-/ ermäßigt 15.- €

Workshop with Mark Solms – Chicago

03/30/2019 - 03/31/2019

open to public
Organizer: NPSA-The Neuropsychoanalysis Association
Venue: CNA Center
151 N. Franklin St.
IL 60606 Chicago
U.S.A.
>> Website

Mark Solms, a pioneer in neuropsychoanalysis and a most engaging lecturer, offers a two-day immersion into the cutting-edge field of neuropsychoanalysis, which links, as he puts it, the “science of the mind as an object with those of the mind as a subject.” Topics will include the role of the conscious id and rethinking instinct theory, why people suffer from feelings, the meaning of symptoms, a reconceptualization of repression based on the nature of memory, the tasks of psychoanalytic treatment, and how countertransference, transference interpretations and working through contribute to the therapeutic process. The first day covers the rethinking of theory based on neuroscience findings. The second day will focus on implications for psychotherapy practice.

Mark Solms is a founder of the field of neuropsychoanalysis, which links the clinical findings of psychoanalysis with knowledge generated by neuroscience. He is a member of the British, American and South African Psychoanalytical Associations. His awards and honors include the Sigourney Prize and Honorary Fellowship of the American College of Psychiatrists. He has published over 300 articles and six books. His selected works were published in 2015 as The Feeling Brain.

Psychoanalytische Forschung - Outcome - Prozess – Diagnostische Verfahren – Forschungsplanung

03/30/2019 09:30

open to public
Organizer: Akademie für Psychoanalyse und Psychotherapie München e.V.
Venue: München Klinik Harlaching - Hörsaal des Krankenhau
Sanatoriumsplatz 2
81545 Munich
Germany
>> Website

GERMAN

Öffentliche Fortbildungsveranstaltung der Akademie

Psychoanalytische Forschung - Outcome - Prozess – Diagnostische Verfahren – Forschungsplanung
Samstag, 30. März 2019
Bei dieser Fortbildungsveranstaltung – mit der auch an das Ausscheiden unserer sehr verdienten Kollegin und Psychotherapieforscherin Dorothea Huber aus der Klinik für Psychosomatische Medizin und Psychotherapie am Klinikum Harlaching im Jahr 2018 erinnert werden soll - wenden wir uns Forschungsfragen zu.
Nach einem Überblick, welche Argumente für oder gegen eine Intensivierung der empirischen Forschung in der Psychoanalyse sprechen (Wolfgang Mertens), wird die wichtige und mittlerweile auch in internationalen psychoanalytischen Journalen veröffentlichte Depressions-Studie über den Vergleich von Psychotherapieverfahren hinsichtlich ihres Outcomes und ihrer Nachhaltigkeit referiert (Dorothea Huber).
Nach diesem Einblick in die Werkstatt psychoanalytischer Therapieforschung erfolgt ein Überblick über aktuelle Forschungsprojekte in der Kinder- und Jugendlichenpsychoanalyse/-therapie (Eberhard Windaus).
Nach der Mittagspause wird eine über viele Jahre durchgeführte Arbeit an der LMU über Prozess- und Wirkungsforschung im Rahmen des Münchner Bindungs und Wirkungsforschungsprojekts erörtert (Susanne Hörz-Sagstetter).

Münchner Symposium für analytische Psychosentherapie Psychose und Suizidalität

03/30/2019 09:30 - 03/31/2019

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

Münchner Symposium für analytische Psychosentherapie
Psychose und Suizidalität

Samstag, 30. März 2019

Vorträge mit Diskussion

9.30-11.00
Dr. med. Andrea Pavlik-Kellersmann, Wien
Suizidalität als Selbstrettungsversuch - Überlegungen zur Psychodynamik von chronischer Suizidalität

11.30-13.00
Dr. med. Michael Dümpelmann, Rosdorf
Suizidalität bei Psychosen

15.00-16.30 Kasuistisch-technische Seminare
17.00-18.30 Kasuistisch-technische Seminare

Sonntag, 31. März 2018
9.30-11.00  Kasuistisch-technische Seminare

11.30-13.00
Dr. med. Walter Reiß, München
Fallvignette zum Tagungsthema
Diskussion: Dipl.-Psych. Ulrich Ertel

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

Psychoanalysis and Feminism: Beauvoir, Irigaray, Kristeva, Butler

03/30/2019 10:00

open to public
Organizer: Freud Museum London
Venue: Freud Museum London
20 Maresfield Gardens
NW3 5SX London
United Kingdom
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Due to popular demand, this Intensive Day Course is a repeat of the January 2019 course.

Tutor: Keith Barrett B.A. Ph.D

There has always been a wing of feminism that looks to psychoanalysis for an elucidation of the problem of the difference between the sexes and of the problem of sexuality generally. While, at the same time, there has always been an opposing wing that roundly criticizes the theories that have been forthcoming – from male analysts such as Freud and Lacan – as ‘repressive’ towards women and deeply patriarchal. This situation has been modified, but not resolved, by the powerful intellectual contribution of female analysts such as Klein and Kristeva.

1st Session: We will review Freud’s most important writings on the difference between the sexes and engage with the criticism his ideas provoked, both from within psychoanalysis and beyond it. We will contrast Freud’s views with the very different psychoanalytic thinking of Klein and Winnicott – drawing out the social and cultural implications of both positions.

2nd Session: We will study Simone de Beauvoir’s analysis of the relationship between the sexes in ‘The Second Sex’, and note her evaluation of Freud and psychoanalysis. We will then examine the radical philosophy of sexual difference developed by Luce Irigaray, engaging with her critique of Freud and Lacan, and exploring her reconceptualization of the foundations of Western thought.

3rd Session: Continuing with the critique of Freud and Lacan, we will explore Julia Kristeva’s brilliant post-Lacanian theorizing in which the relationship between the sexes is bought into alignment with the distinction between the ‘semiotic’ and the ‘symbolic’. We will then conclude by looking at Judith Butler’s rejection of Lacan – and critique of Kristeva – and her radical new approach to the whole question of human sexuality.

Feeding Time

03/30/2019 12:30

open to public
Organizer: Freud Museum London
Venue: Freud Museum London
20 Maresfield Gardens
NW3 5SX London
United Kingdom
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Are you aged 14 to 19? Artist Emma Smith invites you to come and have lunch to hear from special guest speakers, watch short films, and help create a publication that relates to Emma’s exhibition. We want to know who and how people seek to influence you and who you might want to influence in return. Your ideas will help shape what goes into the publication and who we send it to. This event will include the chance to see the Wunderblock exhibition at Freud Museum London, with the artist, which will be used as a starting point for sharing ideas. How do the people around you, the media, or even politicians, try and shape or disguise your opinions and ideas? How would you like others to see you and the things that matter to you? . This event will be co-curated by young people, the artist Emma Smith, and Wunderblock’s curator, Rachel Fleming-Mulford. It will also include films made by young people involved in the Hidden Persuaders’ young people’s filmmaking programme 2018, relating to the idea of ‘brainwashing’ in everyday life.

Open only to 14-19 year olds. FREE but limited spaces – booking required.


Booking for the event includes free entry on the day to the Museum and the ‘Wunderblock’ exhibition (usual price £7 for concessions). Booking also includes a free lunch (please state any dietary needs when booking).

Stanley Kubrick, Psychoanalysis and Jewishness

03/31/2019 18:00

open to public
Organizer: Freud Museum London
Venue: Freud Museum London
20 Maresfield Gardens
NW3 5SX London
United Kingdom
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Stanley Kubrick’s status as Genius Provocateur remains unparalleled 20 years after his death.
He mastered diverse genres with an unflinchingly beautiful cinematography, wicked sense of irony, philosophical depth, and soul-stirring music.

Building on a raw talent for photography and fixating on the finest details of image construction, Kubrick assumed total control over all painstaking aspects of adapting literary works into legendary cinematic events. With every new release, a pattern formed: first the outrage from established critics at the director’s use of violence and/or experimental techniques, then an international cult following of fans who connected to Kubrick’s daring vision. He invested heavily in the unconscious emotional response of his audience, and was fundamentally interested in exploring the paradoxes of human morality.

In this event, Mary Wild engages Professor Nathan Abrams in conversation, focusing on the central functions of Jewishness and psychoanalysis that shaped Kubrick’s auteurial preoccupations relating to themes such as war, outer space, masculinity, madness, and the mysteries of marital eroticism. Bespoke video montages will illustrate iconic moments in the Kubrickian filmography; questions and group discussion welcome.

Organised by The Jewish Historical Society of England as part of Jewish History Month.



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