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Psychoanalysis and Religion. Seminar

Lecturer: David Henderson, PhD.    resume    curriculo  

Duration of the seminar: 4 hours distributed in 2 parts
Price: 65 €
Date: 06/25/2016        Sábado 25 junio 2016  10 a 14 h

Hotel MEDIUM de VALENCIA (General Urrutia nº 48). 


 It will be taught in English    Limited places

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Program

Part 1: Psychoanalysis of religion

This seminar will consider Freud’s and Jung’s views on religion. In which features of religion were they particularly interested? How do their theories about religion reflect larger tendencies in their work? How do their approaches to religion help us to understand their collaboration and their conflict? We will also think about religion in light of the theories of Winnicott, Klein, Fordham and Stein.

Part 2: Psychoanalysis as religion

In this part of the day we will ask whether or not psychoanalysis is itself a kind of religion. Did psychoanalysis fulfil a religious function in the lives of Freud and Jung? We will reflect on ways in which psychoanalysis may be considered a form of apophatic discourse or contemplative practice. This will open questions about psychoanalytic training and the future of psychoanalysis.

A list of pre-course readings will be supplied.

 

Malestar en la cultura – Efectos en la subjetividad y en la clínica

Jornadas Psicoanalíticas

En Malestar en la cultura, Freud ya planteaba que en épocas donde preceptos y normas muy rígidas y exigentes, bajo las cuales siempre fluye la agresión y la autodestrucción, se producirá en la vida individual y colectiva rebelión, neurosis o infelicidad. A ctualmente, nos encontramos en una era dominada por el sistema ideológico neoliberal de un capitalismo financiero, global y digital, que fomenta la idealización del “todo es posible”. Por otro lado, constan- temente resurge su lado más oscuro y descarnado: desigualdad, deterioro de los sistemas de protección y atención, pérdida de credibilidad de todo tipo de instituciones, xenofobia. En este escenario, no exento de miedo y desesperación, coexiste también una dependencia fascinada, fetichista, adictiva, a las innovaciones de la tecnociencia.

¿Cómo inscribe el sujeto contemporáneo este entramado social/cultural en su inconsciente, en sus costumbres y en sus relaciones interpersonales? Junto a la promoción de la eficiencia eufórica de la autoexplotación y el empuje a una identidad imaginaria, instantánea, consumista, masiva, brota un malestar que retorna continuamente en las formas clínicas del suicidio, la depresión y la angustia. Hoy estamos inmersos en una sociedad hipermedicalizada que intenta silenciar esta grieta impulsando el consumo de ansiolíticos y antidepresivos, en una cultura del malestar que pretende inventariar con diagnósticos y protocolos las frustraciones y problemas de la vida cotidiana. Frente a estas ilusiones ortopédicas y homogeneizantes de la realidad, la perspectiva psicoanalítica que enfatizamos se sustenta en ubicar al sujeto y su malestar en relación a sus actos ya la particularidad de su mundo deseante.

Fechas y lugar: 8 y 9 de mayo de 2015 en el salón de actos del Colegio Oficial de Psicólogos de la Comunidad Valenciana  C/ Alberique 35, bajo. (Valencia)  GOOGLE MAP

Inscripción: DEPARTAMENTO DE FORMACIÓN del COP-CV  Telf: 96 354 00 14, Fax:96 354 00 13

Tasas: 45 € (colegiados, asociados y estudiantes: 30 €)

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Presentación de participantes

Avellaneda Sánchez, Hugo. Psicólogo, Psicoanalista, ex miembro de la Escuela de Orientación de la Argentina, ex miembro fundador de Espacio Psicoanalítico y Causa Freudiana de Rosario, Argentina. Miembro del IPPCV y de AEPP

Castillo Colomer, Javier. Dr. en Psicología, especialista en Psicología clínica y Psicoanalista Junguiano. Psicoterapeuta de la EFPA y Presidente de la SIDPaJ. Profesor de Psicología clínica de la VIU y director del master de Psicología Sanitaria de la misma universidad.

García García, Mikel. Médico, Psicólogo y Psicoanalista Junguiano. Experiencia como médico y psicoterapeuta en centros de atención primaria rural, de salud mental y de hospitalización psiquiátrica en Osasumbidea (Navarra) y en Nicaragua. Miembro de SIDPaJ

Gómez Alcalá, Jorge. Especialista en Psicología Clínica y profesor adscrito a la Universidad Complutense, Psicoanalista de la Fundación Europea para el Psicoanálisis y Director de la Cátedra de Psicología clínica y Psicoanálisis del Ateneo de Madrid.

Jovani Roda, Enrique. Psicólogo clínico. Psicoterapeuta psicoanalítico. Miembro del IPPCV y de la Asociación Española de Psicoterapia Psicoanalítica (AEPP).

Sánchez Quiles, José Rafael. Psicólogo. Psicoanalista. Miembro de AEN y del IPPCV.

Sanmartín Arce, Miguel Ángel. Especialista en Psicología Clínica. Psicoanalista, miembro Didacta de la Asociación Madrileña de Psicoterapia Psicoanalítica y de la Asociación Española de Psicoterapia Psicoanalítica (AEPP). Es colaborador de la Asociación Valenciana de Familiares de Pacientes con trastornos de la Conducta Alimentaria.

Sides Galán, Manuel. Psicólogo clínico. Psicoterapeuta Psicoanalítico. Miembro del IPPCV y de AEPP.

Velasco Arias, Sara. Médico y Psicoanalista. Consultora clínica y de programas de salud en Servicios Públicos de profesionales sanitarios sobre atención al malestar psicosomático en la clínica médica.

 

Psychoanalysis, culture and society

A Postgraduate Conference in London

Saturday, 20 June, 2015

We invite postgraduate students and research fellows to submit proposals for papers on psychoanalysis or psychoanalytically informed research. Papers may be from any academic discipline, including psychology, sociology, cultural studies, psychosocial studies, history, literature, art, religious studies or philosophy. We also welcome proposals on clinical or theoretical topics from students on psychoanalytic trainings.

This one-day conference is designed to give postgraduate students from all disciplines who are interested in psychoanalysis an opportunity to present and discuss their research in an informal and intellectually stimulating setting.

Abstracts of 300 words (maximum) should include a title, the name of your university or training organisation and a telephone number. Papers should be no more than 20 minutes long. A further 10 minutes will be allowed for discussion. Sessions of 1½ hours will have space for three papers. There will be concurrent panels to accommodate as many papers as possible. The day will end with a plenary.

The conference takes place at the Hendon Campus of Middlesex University (30 minutes from central London) between 9:30 and 5:30 on Saturday, 20 June, 2015. Tea, coffee and a light lunch will be provided. The conference fee is £40 for presenters and attendees. The fee for Middlesex University staff and students is £20.

The deadline for submission of abstracts is Friday, 29 May, 2015. Early submission and registration is recommended. Abstracts and queries should be sent to:

David Henderson,

d.henderson@mdx.ac.uk

Centre for Psychoanalysis,

Psychology Department,

Middlesex University,

The Burroughs, Hendon,

London NW4 4BT.

 

Jung – Lacan Dialogues

This is the first in a series of Jung-Lacan Dialogues aimed at fostering an engagement between two of the most important and creative schools of psychoanalysis. What is the common ground between them? What are the intractable differences? Is it possible to find a common language or achieve mutual understanding? And what are the consequences for clinical practice?

Jung and Lacan: Philosophically Incompatible?

A conversation between Philip Hill and David Henderson chaired by Corinna Arndt

Philip Hill argues that, in order to understand the fundamental differences between the two schools, we need to go back to the philosophy of Plato and Aristotle. He claims that whatever criticism can be levelled against Plato and his theory of Ideas can also be brought against Jung and his concept of archetypes – resulting in a fundamental misunderstanding of what psychoanalysis is about. David Henderson responds. There will be ample time for attendees to discuss the issues raised.

Philip Hill is a Lacanian analyst in private practice and a member of both CFAR and The SITE for Contemporary Psychoanalysis. He studied Psychology and Philosophy, has worked in the NHS and teaches at the Westminster Pastoral Foundation and the SITE. Philip has authored two books on Lacan: “Lacan for Beginners” and “Using Lacanian Clinical Technique: An Introduction”.

David Henderson is a psychoanalytic psychotherapist in private practice and senior lecturer in psychoanalysis at Middlesex University. He has an MA in Jungian and Post-Jungian Studies and a PhD from Goldsmiths. David is a member of the Association of Independent Psychotherapists (AIP) and has recently published a book entitled “Apophatic Elements in the Theory and Practice of Psychoanalysis: Pseudo-Dionysius and C.G. Jung”

Date: Saturday, 28 March 2015

Time: 2-5pm

Venue: Association for Group and Individual Psychotherapy (AGIP)

1 Fairbridge Road; London, N19 3EW

www.agip.org.uk

Cost: Free when registering via email before 10 March (office@agip.org.uk). Without registration: £15 pounds at the door (£10 students and trainees). Voluntary contributions welcome. All proceeds after costs go to AGIP’s low-fee psychotherapy clinic.

Contact: Corinna Arndt (mail@corinnaarndt.de)

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