IJP Centenary Conference
Organised by: The International Journal of Psychoanalysis
Date: 20 Jul 2019 to 21 Jul 2019
The Psychoanalytic Core: Encountering and speaking to the unconscious – London
The third of three conferences celebrating the centenary of The International Journal of Psychoanalysis.
The London conference will explore what foundational features make up the essence of psychoanalysis and look at our take on them in the early part of the 21st century.
Confirmed participants include: Ron Britton, Patrick Miller, Dana Birksted-Breen, Jorge Canestri, Ignes Sodre, Gerhard Schneider, Peter Fonagy, Rosine Perelberg, Dominique Scarfone, Rudi Vermote, Catherine Chabert, Michael Šebek, Antonino Ferro, Cathy Bronstein and Riccardo Lombardi
It will take place at the Tower Hotel, close to London’s famous Tower Bridge and St Katharine Docks.
This conference takes the Freudian project into new grounds of clinical practice and theoretical formulations, and contributes to a profound psychoanalytic understanding of sexuality.
“The object of psychoanalysis is psychosexuality, which is not, in the final analysis, determined by having a male or a female body, but by the unconscious phantasies that are reached après coup through tracing the nuanced interplay of identifications as they are projected, enacted and experienced in the transference and the countertransference in the analytic encounter.”
Speakers: Marilia Aisenstein, Donald Campbell, Rachel Chaplin, Gregorio Kohon, Brian O’Neill, Rosine Jozef Perelberg and Jed Sekoff
Friday night clinical seminars led by Jan Abram, Donald Campbell, Anne Harrison, Angela Joyce, Gregorio Kohon, Susan Loden, Rosine Jozef Perelberg and Joan Schachter
Men and Sex
Philip Graham and Rosine Perelberg
10 march 2018 at 8.45pm
Jewish Book Week at King’s Place
Address: 90 York Way, Kings Cross, London N1 9AG