Public event (for external members)
Time: 8.30-10.00 pm.
This Lecture forms part of the Clinical and Theoretical Seminars (CTS) Course. Theoretical lectures can be applied for on a single or multiple basis.
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Speaker: Mary Twyman
Freud`s understanding of depression and its pivotal role in psychic development is further elaborated in the concepts proposed by Donald Winnicott. The latter linked the capacity to experience depression to the potential for the emergence of creativity in its widest sense.
Mary Twyman is a Member of the British Psychoanalytical Society, and Supervising and Training Analyst for the British Psychoanalytic Association. She was a former member of the senior staff of the Tavistock Clinic Adult Department; and also a former honorary lecturer at UCL MA in Psychoanalytic Theory. She has written and taught on Independent theory and practice, also on ethics in the profession. She is co-editor with Hester Solomon of The Ethical Attitude in Analytic Practice (Free Association Books, 2003). She has contributed to the Freud Bar discussions on James Joyce, and also to film discussion for BPA meetings and to the BPA’s Summer School.
About the theoretical lectures
A series of theoretical lectures covering a broad range of themes in psychoanalysis given by Training and Senior psychoanalysts. It forms part of the BPA Clinical and Theoretical Seminars (CTS): Lectures and Clinical Discussion Groups (CDGs) running from September 2016 to July 2017. The next lecture takes place on 15 March 2017 - Making sense of Kleinian Theory in practice with Julia Sandelson.
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How to book
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Cost: £35 per lecture payable upon application. Payment can be made only by bank transfer:
British Psychotherapy Foundation
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