This seminar, the third in Fli’s series of pandemic seminars, is another opportunity to discuss what psychoanalytic clinical practice is and what distinguishes it. The challenges of the pandemic have led to invention and re-creation and well as a renewal of fundamental tenets. This seminar considers themes such as the voice, transference, the losses and gains of “remote” work, the impact of returning to the clinic room, the future effects of remote work on psychoanalytic practice.
This seminar is co-facilitated by Marie Walshe and Eve Watson. The key discussant is the experienced Lacanian psychoanalyst and clinical psychologist, Alan Rowan, who will be joining us from Berlin (see bio below). All are welcome. Emphasis will be on audience discussion and participation.
Registration Fee: 20€. Those with difficulty with the fee can write to email@example.com
Registrants will be sent a zoom link shortly before the seminar begins. To register click on the following Eventbrite link.
Alan is a member of ICLO-NLS, the NLS and the WAP and for the last three years is working in private practice in Berlin, Germany. Prior to moving to Berlin, Alan worked for many years in both the Irish and UK national Mental Health Services employed as a clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst/psychotherapist. To date, Alan has published in excess of forty articles on psychoanalysis in a variety of psychoanalytic journals. These include: “The Place of Acting Out in Psychoanalysis: From Freud to Lacan (Psychoanalytische Perspectieven, 2000), “Applied Psychoanalysis in Mental Health: Can we Reconcile the Pragmatism and the Poetics of Practice” (JCFAR, 2010), “Anxiety (Lacunae 14, 2017), “Psychoanalytic Interpretation: Through a Lacanian Lens” (Lacunae 15, 2017).
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