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06 Jun 2014 08:00 : Healing from Within – Live a Passionate Life

A weekend workshop and residential retreat.

 

Date:  6th – 8th June 2014

Venue:  Dunderry Park, Co. Meath

Fee: €355 (fully catered, Friday to Sunday, includes accommodation and fees)

 

 

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15 May 2014 18:00 : Margaret Spelman Book Launch

 

Margaret Boyle Spelman cordially invites you to the launch of

 

Winnicott’s Babies and Winnicott’s Patient

 

and

 

The Evolution of Winnicott’s Thinking: examining the growth of psychoanalytic thought over threegenerations

 

On Thursday 15th May 2014 at 6.00-9.00p.m

 

Launch and Cheese & Wine Reception

 

In PSI Training Suite, Floor 2, Grantham House,

 

 Grantham Street, Dublin 2

 

RSVP amdpsy@nullgmail.com 

 

Presentations on Winnicott and the two Winnicott books being launched:

 

6.15p.m.                     Mary Pyle (IFPP/ICP)

 

7.00p.m.                     Ann Murphy (IFPP/ICP)

 

7.15p.m.                     Michelo del Monte (IFPP/ICP/PSI)

 

7.30p.m.                     John O’ Connor (PSI)

 

7.45-8.00p.m.            Margaret Boyle

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22 Apr 2014 18:30 : The Irish Institute of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Spring/Summer Seminar Series 2014

 

 

The Irish Institute of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy

 

 

107 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin 2.

 

 

Spring/Summer Seminar Series 2014

 

 

 (01) 2722928

 

 

The Irish Institute of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy is delighted to

 

announce the Spring/Summer Seminar Series 2014.

 

 

Tuesday evenings, 6.30pm – 7.45pm

 

April 22, 29; May 6, 13, 20, 27; June 2, 9 2014

 

 

This series of eight lectures examines the theoretical development of psychoanalytic thinking through the work of Freud, Klein, Bion, Lacan and Winnicott. The lectures provide an introduction to the principal concepts of

Original post: Psychoanalytic Section Events Calendar

22 Apr 2014 18:30 : The Irish Institute of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Spring/Summer Seminar Series 2014

The Irish Institute of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy

 

Spring/Summer Seminar Series 2014

 

 

 (01) 2722928

 

 

The Irish Institute of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy is delighted to

 

announce the Spring/Summer Seminar Series 2014.

 

 

Tuesday evenings, 6.30pm – 7.45pm

 

April 22, 29; May 6, 13, 20, 27; June 2, 9 2014

 

 

This series of eight lectures examines the theoretical development of psychoanalytic thinking through the work of Freud, Klein, Bion, Lacan and Winnicott. The lectures provide an introduction to the principal concepts of psychoanalysis, the most fundamental being that of the unconscious, which proposes that there are feelings, wishes and phantasies that lie outside our awareness. The course considers how psychoanalytic thinking can offer a way of understanding human experience and human suffering, and how it functions as a treatment that privileges the uniqueness and individuality of each person. It looks at dreaming, relationships, and creativity, examines the impact of loss and trauma and the particular patterns that emerge from childhood and continue to affect our lives throughout adulthood.

 

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21 Mar 2014 15:00 : Memoir: Time and Place Psychoanlaytic Section Day 2014

 

MEMOIR:  Time and Place

 

 

The Psychoanalytic Section of ICP presents

 

 

Eina Mc Hugh and Ross Skelton

 

 

who will join us for a special reading and discussion of

 

their memoirs

 

 

 

Friday, 21st March 2014

 

 

 

Ashling Hotel, Parkgate Street, Dublin 8

 

 

 

3.00p.m. – 7.00p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

Open to ICP Psychoanalytic Section members and students of member organisations

 

3 ½  CPD points apply

 

 

 

 

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08 Feb 2014 10:00 : ART AS LACK: Psychoanalysis between the Artist, Artwork and Spectator

 

 

THE IRISH INSTITUTE OF PSYCHOANALYTIC PSYCHOTHERAPY

 

107 LOWER BAGGOT STREET, DUBLIN 2

 

 

In this workshop, James Merrigan (artist and art critic) will look at art through the theoretical lens of psychoanalysis. Since the 1980s, the rise of psychoanalytic and feminist theory as interpretative strategies for art has been exponential in comparison to other theoretical approaches. Although not always credited, Freud still lurks behind the artwork and artist, oftentimes disguised under the linguistics of Jacques Lacan. Without psychoanalytic theory we would not consider the intersubjective relationship between the artist, artwork and spectator. Arguments for and against the unconscious being an agent in the creative act will be discussed, alongside the correlation between art and madness, art and trauma, art for art’s sake vs. expression, the symptom and sublimation of art, artist envy, and the artwork as ‘lack’ (lack = desire).

The workshop will be spread over four classes, starting on Saturday 8 February 2014 (from 10am – 1pm), and continuing on the 22 February, 8 and 22 March. Participants will be asked to read prescribed texts prior to each class, which will be discussed and then expanded upon with the use of videos that model contemporary art practice and theory in relation to psychoanalysis. Although pre-Modernist art is where psychoanalysis began its journey into the psyche of the artist with Freud’s essays on Leonardo and Michelangelo, these workshops will primarily discuss Modernist and Postmodernist art, from Marcel Duchamp to Miroslaw Balka, with some hindsight analysis on the art of the distant past.

Biography

James Merrigan is an artist and art critic. As an art critic his main focus lies in writing and distributing art criticism outside of standard frameworks. From early on, psychoanalytic theory has informed the basis of his approach to art-making and conceptualising

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09 Nov 2013 09:30 : ALL BABIES COUNT: WHY BABYHOOD MATTERS

NI INSTITUTE OF HUMAN RELATIONS

presents

The Squiggle Foundations and NSPCC

All Babies Count:  Why Babyhood Matters

 

A day of discussion,

 

chaired by Angela Joyce of the British

 

Psychoanalytical Society, focused around

 

five acclaimed short documentaries by Dr

 

Amanda Jones and Amy Rose

 

Saturday 9th November 2013,

 

9:30am-5pm

 

Queen’s Film Theatre, Belfast

 

For full details and booking

 

contact David Smith:

 

niinstitutehr@nullgmail.com

 

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30 Nov 2013 09:00 : Mentalizing the child-in-mind

Mentalizing the child-in-mind

with Gerry Byrne & Dr. Evelyn McCabe

An Introduction to Mentalization Based Treatment and its application to work with parents who pose risk to their children.

Saturday 30th November 2013

The Marino Confernece Cenetre, Griffith Avenue, Dublin 3

From 9.00a.m. – 5.00p.m.

Gerry Byrne is a Consultant Nurse and Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist (Tavistock) and Clinical Lead for the Family Assessment and Safeguarding Service (FASS) and the Infant Parent Perinatal Service (IPPS) based in Oxford, UK. He has trained in Basic and Advanced Mentalization Based Therapy with Peter Fonagy and Anthony Bateman at the Anna Freud Centre and is a Mentalizing Skills trainer.

 

Dr Evelyn McCabe is a Consultant Psychiatrist in General Adult Psychiatry with a special interest in Psychotherapy and is based in Mayo Mental Health Services where she has commenced a Mentalization Based Therapy group. Prior to this Dr McCabe set up and ran the first Mentalization Based Therapy treatment programme in the Republic of Ireland in Galway. She has trained in Basic and Advanced Mentalization Based Therapy at The Anna Freud Centre with Anthony Bateman and Peter Fonagy and is a Mentalizing Skills trainer.

 

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30 Nov 2013 10:00 : Sitting at the edge of intelligence: A day seminar with Dr. Alan Corbett

Disability Psychotherapy Ireland present Sitting on the Edge of Intelligence: How to work therapeutically with people with intellectual disabilities – a day long seminar with Dr Alan Corbett.  

 

This seminar will examine some of the key issues in working therapeutically with people with intellectual disabilities including: 

 

• Notions of Intelligence, Disability and Defence 

• Clinician attributes and experiences 

• The Therapeutic Alliance 

• Consent and Assessment 

• Organisations and systems 

• Private Practice 

 

The seminar is on Saturday, 30th November at 2013 at The Teachers Club, Parnell Square, Dublin 1.  Places will be limited so we advise early booking. 

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01 Feb 2014 18:00 : Fifth Irish Psychoanalytic Film Festival

 

Fifth Irish Psychoanalytic Film Festival

(An APPI/IFPP/Independent Colleges Event)

Jan 31st/February 1st 2014

 

Psychoanalysing Irish Cinema

(or, everything you wanted to know about ‘The Irish’ but were afraid to ask Freud)

The Fifth Irish Psychoanalytic Film Festival will take place on 31st Jan/1st February 2014. The object of our psychoanalytic/cinematic scrutiny for this festival will be ‘The Irish’. The notion that the Irish are unanalysable is attributed to Freud, locating ‘The Irish’ together with other unanalysable subjects (‘The Japanese’,‘Lesbians’…) who somehow are beyond or outside the discourse of psychoanalysis.  In Martin Scorsese’s movie The Departed, one of the protagonists, Colin Sullivan remarks that:“What Freud said about the Irish is: We’re the only people who are impervious to psychoanalysis”. William Monahan, screenwriter of The Departed admits that he paraphrased this line which he had come across in various articles, his understanding of the apparent original remark by Freud being: “This is one race of people for whom psychoanalysis is of no use whatsoever.” Although this remark attributed to Freud has never successfully been tracked down in his writings or those of his biographer – the Welshman Ernest Jones – it has become something of an urban myth about ‘The

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