Welcome to The Centre for Freudian Analysis and Research
The Centre’s activities include psychoanalytic training, psychoanalytic courses and study groups, a public seminar programme, a clinical service including a low cost clinic, the annual publication of our journal JCFAR and an online web journal offering free articles and transcriptions.
If you would like to contact one of our psychoanalysts, details can be found on the Analysts of the Centre page.
“CFAR OPEN MORNING ” (For Free)
Saturday 12 June 2021
09:45 am – 10:45 am
Please attend to find out more about our Introductory and Psychoanalytic Studies courses as well as our clinical training in Lacanian psychoanalysis.
Please note that all CFAR public seminars will be held via Zoom.
If you would like to join a seminar then please make payment by the Friday before the seminar date. Please use our Public Seminars page to select and pay for the seminar.
The Psychoanalytic Studies programme offers the opportunity to attend and participate in all relevant CFAR lectures, seminars and activities that form part of the training programme, with the exception of the specific category of ‘clinical seminars’.
Seminars this term include: “Resolving Transference?”, “Using Variable Time”, “Lacan’s ‘Family Complexes’”, “The Baby and the Drive’”, “Cultural and Clinical Explorations”, “The Drive”, “Phantasy”, “Re-Reading the Wolf Man”, “Objects of Desire, Objects of the Drives, and Jouissance in Transference”, “Child Analysis Working Group”, “Theory and Practice of the Pass”, “Gender”, “Does this change everything?”, “Endings and Exits”, “Psychoanalysis and the Pandemic”.
Why should the length of the psychoanalytic session remain fixed? Why should it depend on a clock rather than on what the analysand is saying? Although Lacan was not the first to raise these questions, his practice of variable time sessions has remained a central and crucial part of the analytic orientation he established. These seminars will examine the question of session time from a theoretical and clinical perspective, combining case examples with broader questions of temporality and interpretation.
Freud – Lacan: The fundamentals of psychoanalysis