The Fragmented World of Psychoanalysis: Is Dialogue Possible?

The Fragmented World of Psychoanalysis: Is Dialogue Possible?

Date: Friday 26th (6.30 – 9 + wine reception) & Saturday 27th, July, 2013 (10 – 6)
Venue: Royal College of Art, Jay Mews Entrance

At this International Conference run by The Higher Education Network for Research and Information in Psychoanalysis we will explore whether the competing tendencies within psychoanalysis are capable of fruitful dialogue. In preparation for the Conference there is a web discussion on Ricardo Bernardi’s seminal paper, ‘The Need for True Controversies in Psychoanalysis: The Debates on Melanie Klein and Jacques Lacan in the Rio de la Plata’, published in the International Journal of Psycho-analysis (2002) 83.

Is Dialogue Possible? – Round table:
Ricardo Bernardi (Uruguay) ex-Vice-President of the IPA; chair of the New Orleans Congress of the IPA
George Hogenson (US) International Association for Analytical Psychology
Deborah Luepnitz (US) Department of Psychiatry, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Werner Prall (Germany & UK) Centre for Psychoanalysis, Middlesex University

From Dreams to DSM5?:
Tom Burns, author of Our Necessary Shadow in dialogue with Claire Pajaczkowska
Styles of Scientific Method, Bernard Burgoyne

In Search of a Methodology:
Dialogue, Narrative & the Demonic, Luke Thurston
The Trouble with Frameworks: Wittgenstein & Psychoanalysis, John Heaton
Tacit Knowledge, Claire Pajaczkowska

The Creation of Psychoanalytic Worlds:
Freud & Jung: The Creation of the Psychoanalytic Universe, David Henderson
Psychoanalysis in Argentina, India & Lebanon, Lucia Corti, Audrey Cantlie & Julia Borossa

Price: £80 (Concessions & THERIP members £64)
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A Cantlie, 5, Upper Wimpole Street, London W1G 6BP.
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