This seminar explores, under the guidance of guest discussant, Bice Benvenuto, one of today’s most experienced contemporary psychoanalytic practitioners working with children, how, like it or not, when our adult analysands or we ourselves are tempted to keep in line with a grownup mindset, we are eventually led to some enigmatic babbling steeped in the our early libidinal history. “For their part, children have always confronted me with the most crucial questions of human ethics, primarily how we come to relate to each other!”
There will a group discussion after the speaker's presentation and seminar participants are invited to contribute and join in.
Registration Fee: €25 eu. Those with difficulty with the fee can write to firstname.lastname@example.org Registrants will be sent a zoom link shortly before the seminar begins.
2 CPD points will be awarded by APPI (Association for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in Ireland).
Bice Benvenuto is a psychoanalyst practicing in London, a founding member of the Centre for Freudian Analysis and Research, the director of Associazione Dolto in Rome and a founder of the Maison Verte-UK in London. For many years she has been a visiting professor at the New School of Social Research (NY) and Florida Atlantic University and has lectured extensively in the UK and abroad on psychoanalysis, feminine sexuality, child analysis and literature. She is the author of "Concerning the Rites of Psychoanalysis" (Polity), co-author of "The Works of Jacques Lacan: An Introduction" (FAB), and a contributor to several books, including "The Klein-Lacan Dialogues" (Rebus), the introduction to the work of F. Dolto in "Theory and practice of child psychoanalysis" (Karnac) and "Further Notes on the Child" (Karnac), which was nominated for the Gradiva 2018 International Prize, among several books and articles on psychoanalysis and literature.
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