All CFAR seminars will be held at University College London (UCL), Institute of Education,20 Bedford Way London WC1H 0AL
in Room 642 unless otherwise indicated
CFAR offers a series of short courses on themes in Lacanian psychoanalysis. No prior knowledge of Lacan is assumed and the seminars will all include clinical examples involving the kind of problems and questions that are common to diverse currents in contemporary psychotherapy.
AUTUMN TERM 2018
Supervision is a crucial part of the psychoanalytic formation. Since the first days of institutionalised psychoanalytic training, supervision has been made a requirement, although there has been a lively debate ever since as to what the aims of supervision actually are. Does supervision give priority to the interests of the patient whose case is being supervised or, on the contrary, aim to foster creativity in the supervised practitioner? Could these aims, in fact, be one and the same? This series of seminars offer an introduction to the fundamental questions of supervision in the psychoanalytic tradition, combining historical perspectives with contemporary debates and clinical examples.
|6 October||3:30 – 5:00||ANNE WORTHINGTON||Add to Google Calendar|
|13 October||3:30 – 5.00||ALISTAIR BLACK||Add to Google Calendar|
|3 November||5:15 – 6:45||BERJANET JAZANI||Add to Google Calendar|
|10 November||1:45 – 3:15||LAURA TARSIA||Add to Google Calendar|
Fee: £100 for all four seminars or £27 per seminar