Date: Friday January 14th / 21st / 28th
Time: 7pm – 9pm
Location: Online via Zoom
Cost: €96.94 – €481.29
The FLi Clinical Program of Study 2021-22 resumes on Jan 14th with the second module “Wolf-Man”: A Serious Neurosis or Untriggered Psychosis? with an exceptional duo of tutors, Annie Rogers and Rik Loose (bios below). Registration is open and all are welcome.
The course is comprised of 6 modules with each module taking one of Freud’s case studies as a starting point to consider key areas of psychological presentation and suffering that characterise the modern era and clinical practice. The course will be of interest to practitioners, trainees, students, and those seeking to consider in-depth links between psychoanalytic theory and clinical practice. Modules are be registered for individually.
Dates Module 2: Friday, Jan 14; Friday, Jan 21; Friday, Jan 28 (19:00-21:00 Dublin-GMT, by Zoom).
Required Reading: The Case of the Wolfman. SE Vol. 17 – “From the History of an Infantile Neurosis” (The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, Vol. 17)
CPD: 2 continuous professional development (CPD) points will be awarded per individual seminar, 38 points for the full course of 19 seminars. CPD awarded by APPI, the Association for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in Ireland (https://appi.ie).
Rik Loose is a member of ICLO-NLS, APPI, the NLS (New Lacanian School) and the WAP (World Association of Psychoanalysis). He is former Head of Department of Psychoanalysis in DBS School of Arts and former Senior Lecturer there. He also initiated, developed and presided over an MA in Addiction Studies in the same college.
Annie G. Rogers is Professor Emerita of Psychoanalysis and Clinical Psychology at Hampshire College and has a private practice in Amherst, Massachusetts. She is a supervising and teaching Analyst at the Lacanian School of Psychoanalysis in San Francisco and Vice-President of its Board. She is a printmaker and member of Zea Mays Printmaking in Florence, Massachusetts. Formerly a Fulbright Fellow at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland; Radcliffe and Murray Fellow at Harvard University; Whiting Fellow at Hampshire College; and Erikson Scholar at Austen Riggs, Dr. Rogers is the author of A Shining Affliction: A Story of Harm and Healing in Psychotherapy (1995); The Unsayable: The Hidden Language of Trauma (2005); and Incandescent Alphabets: Psychosis and the Enigma of Language (2016).