“I see a lot of people during the lockdown finding isolation more positive than negative in the sense that they want to have space of their own. Again, the socio-economic factors have to be recognised here. For most people in the world, a lockdown doesn’t mean being on your own because you are in a small place with a lot of other people. You might be living in one room with your family or people that you work with, so it’s only a privilege for some to be able to retreat. In terms of my practice, though, a lot of people say they find the lockdown a great relief.”
CFAR IN ASSOCIATION WITH BRISTOL UNIVERSITY 2018/2019
Ego, Ideal, Superego
Four public seminars on the theme of Ego, Ideal and Superego will take place throughout the year. No prior knowledge of Lacan is assumed and the seminars will all include clinical examples involving the kind of problems and questions common to diverse currents in contemporary psychoanalysis and psychotherapy.
Saturday, June 22, 2019 – DARIAN LEADER – Psychoanalyst
Ego-Ideal-Superego: what can we hope for?
After distinguishing the concepts of ego, ideal and superego, we ask the question of how these can be changed – or not – during an analysis. Is the ego diminished or even abolished? Can the Ideal be challenged or displaced? And does the superego become harsher or less punitive?
Attendance Fee: £15; students £10; staff and students at Bristol University free admittance.
Venue: Merchant Ventures Building, Room 1.11, Woodland Road, Bristol BS8 1UB
Time: 10.00 am – 12.00 midday. Registration: 9.30am on the day
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