The SITE for Contemporary Psychoanalysis offers Introductory Courses in both London and Cornwall.
In addition to the well established UKCP registered training, the Site South West is now offering a 9 week introductory course. This course is an introduction to the Site training, as well as an introduction to clinical psychoanalysis.
The Site is well known for its critical and comparative engagement with the theories and practices of psychoanalysis. Rather than being rooted in one body of psychoanalytic thought, the training explores the different psychoanalytic schools—Lacanian, Object Relations, Kleinian, Relational, Jungian, Freudian—and reflects on the place of those schools within the contemporary social field. This course will introduce you to the breadth and diversity of psychoanalysis as well as the Site’s distinctive approach.
For more information on the Introductory Course syllabus, teachers, times and dates, and to apply, please click HERE.
Contact: Dr Sally Sales 01726 870169 / firstname.lastname@example.org
London Introductory Year
An introduction to psychoanalysis from the Site for Contemporary Psychoanalysis.
Starting in October 2017.
What might a contemporary psychoanalysis look like?
A year of seminars with an experiential group, intended to provoke a way of thinking psychoanalysis differently.
All seminars and groups will take place in central London on Thursday evenings. The course is intended for those with an interest in psychoanalysis. No previous experience is necessary.
Course fees are £900, which includes three terms of seminars (27 weeks in total) and group work.
Race and Psychoanalysis
Psychosis and Psychoanalysis
What Happens in Analysis
Psychoanalysis and Politics
Sex and Drugs and Psychoanalysis
Psychoanalysis and the Image
What is it I think I am Doing When I’m Doing Psychoanalysis?
Application information, timetable and term dates will appear on this page soon.
Our OPEN EVENING will take place at 8pm on March 24th, 2017, at The October Gallery, 24 Old Gloucester Street WC1. We will talk about the structure of the course and the experiential group and answer your questions over a glass of wine. All welcome.
For initial enquiries contact Rob Weiss.