Interdisciplinary Seminars

Mother Art and Gendered Psychoanalysis: Barbara Hepworth and Adrian Stokes

Ahead of the Barbara Hepworth exhibition at Tate Britain opening this June, Janet Sayers draws attention to the ‘mother art’ and gendered version of psychoanalysis used by Adrian Stokes in promoting work by Hepworth including her ‘mother and child’ sculpture, a photo of which is included on the cover of Sayers’s latest book.
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Starts: Apr 30, 2015 6:00:00 PM

Psychoanalysis for Beginners - Clinical Seminar with Judith Trowell

What do psychoanalysts do in the consulting room when they do psychoanalysis? This unique series of monthly seminars offers those with no knowledge of clinical psychoanalysis the opportunity to talk with an analyst about the experience of psychoanalysis. More...

Starts: May 1, 2015 6:00:00 PM

Psychoanalysis for Beginners - Clinical Seminar with Joscelyn Richards

What do psychoanalysts do in the consulting room when they do psychoanalysis? This unique series of monthly seminars offers those with no knowledge of clinical psychoanalysis the opportunity to talk with an analyst about the experience of psychoanalysis. More...

Starts: May 15, 2015 6:00:00 PM

The Dark Side of the Womb

Pregnancy takes self-other hospitality to its absolute extreme:  two people reside in one body, sharing a two-way system. Responses vary as pregnant women, their partners and relatives invest the virtually unknown baby with their own fantasies, fears and expectations, before and after the birth. More...

Starts: Jun 11, 2015 6:00:00 PM

Psychoanalysis for Beginners - Clinical Seminar with Jessica Yakeley

What do psychoanalysts do in the consulting room when they do psychoanalysis? This unique series of monthly seminars offers those with no knowledge of clinical psychoanalysis the opportunity to talk with an analyst about the experience of psychoanalysis. More...

Starts: Jun 12, 2015 6:00:00 PM