SHORT COURSES AT CFAR
USING VARIABLE TIME
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.
|24 APRIL||01:45 pm – 03:15 pm||VINCENT DACHY||Add to Google Calendar|
|1 MAY||01:45 pm – 03:15 pm||ANDREW HODGKISS||Add to Google Calendar|
|15 MAY||01:45 pm – 03:15 pm||ASTRID GESSERT||Add to Google Calendar|
|12 JUNE||01:45 pm – 03:15 pm||DARIAN LEADER||Add to Google Calendar|
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