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September 7, 2021

Introductory Year

The Introductory Year running from 14 October 2021 until June 2022 is now full but please email Jane Nairne on siteenquiries2015@gmail.com if you would like further information or to register your interest for next year. The course, which is intended to provoke a way of thinking psychoanalysis differently, consists of seminars and an experiential group […]

June 5, 2021

Summer series: In relation

We are pleased to announce a series of talks and films on Zoom exploring what it means to be In Relation with each other. The programme starts on Saturday 19 June and runs for seven weeks on either Wednesday nights or Saturday afternoons. • Week one: Saturday 19 June, 2-4pm Laura Chernaik: Having something, having […]

August 7, 2020

Low-Cost supervision and therapy

Our offer of free supervision and therapy to key workers was very successful. We are now offering affordable, low cost therapy and supervision.

June 28, 2020

Black Lives Matter

The mental health effects on Black Americans of the more than 300 police killings of Black people in their country each year, at least a quarter of whom were unarmed, were the subject of a study in The Lancet in June 2018. One member has drawn our attention to Nix and Lozada’s critical review of […]

June 20, 2020

Free therapy for NHS workers

Site Members and Trainees are offering free or low cost therapy or reflective supervision to NHS workers, care workers, and key workers. Contact: email SiteClinic@yahoo.com or phone 07765 007295  Also, if you are affected more broadly by the Covid-19 pandemic and are considering psychotherapy, please contact us via our Clinic, email SiteClinic@yahoo.com or phone 07765 […]

June 21, 2019

Watch Jane Haynes and Christopher Prendergast Discuss Proust and Psychoanalysis

On the 11th April 2019, the SITE hosted a conversation between SITE member, psychoanalyst and author, Jane Haynes, and leading Proust scholar, Christopher Prendergast. You can watch their conversation here

January 28, 2019

Open Evenings for London Clinical Training

The London Training Committee of the Site is currently recruiting for our training. We expect to have limited places in our existing Saturday morning group, held at the LSE. Additionally, we are opening a new group to take place on a Thursday evening, 6.30 – 9.30, in a central London location. This group will offer […]

March 22, 2018

Post-Psychoanalysis Series: recordings now available

Social, Political, and Philosophical Perspectives on Contemporary Psychoanalysis and its Institutions How did the past produce psychoanalysis? How do psychoanalytic institutions co-produce the present? How will psychoanalysts help to construct the future? Psychoanalytic theory is often mobilised to analyse political discourse, or to explain the reasons behind historical events, implicitly elevating psychoanalysis to a position […]

March 8, 2016

New SITE Introductory Course in Truro

An Introduction to the Site training in Clinical Psychoanalysis The Site for contemporary psychoanalysis is one of the most successful London based psychoanalytic trainings. It is this success that has made possible the setting up of a sister training in Truro, a now well established regional UKCP registered  training. In addition to the training, the […]

February 21, 2015

Barry Watt talk at PEER Gallery: 6pm, 4th March 2015

Site member Barry Watt will be giving a talk on the relationship between housing and mental health issues at the PEER Gallery n Hoxton, London. He will be discussing the work of RD Laing and Lacan with respect to the notion of ‘foreclosure’, understood both as the psychological mechanism generative of psychosis, as well as […]