October 20, 2016

SITE announces collaboration with Freud Museum

The SITE is teaming up with the Freud Museum for its annual conference in 2017. Transgender, Gender & Psychoanalysis 11th & 12th March 2017 at the Freud Museum The struggles of people of transgender identity have exploded into mainstream consciousness. By crossing the ‘gender divide’, the trans movement has radicalised the question of what it means to be a […]

April 5, 2016

The Clinical Site—New London Workshops Announced

The SITE is bringing together a number of distinctive voices to offer workshops for qualified clinicians and trainees. The workshops will explore key topics for contemporary psychoanalysts and psychotherapists, with workshop leaders considering these topics in new ways. The Workshop series will begin with a launch event, Talking About Clinical Work, with Adam Phillips on Wednesday September 28, 2016 […]

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 […]

January 11, 2016

Psychosis and Psychoanalysis Conference at the Freud Museum

Three SITE members are involved in this groundbreaking one-day Conference to be held at the Freud Museum this coming March. The day is convened by Dorothée Bonnigal-Katz and includes papers from fellow SITE members Haya Oakley and Barry Watt. Details below. CONFERENCE: Psychosis and Psychoanalysis 20 March 20169.30am – 5.00pm History – Politics – Theory […]

December 22, 2015

SW Psychotherapy Workshops, Winter/Spring 2016

Psychotherapy Workshops Winter & Spring 2016 The Site is very pleased to offer another series of psychotherapy workshops that will be running in Truro in 2016. The workshops will show how contemporary psychoanalysis can bring a richer understanding to varied social and clinical situations.   They will be delivered by psychotherapists involved with the Site […]

September 27, 2015

Members’ News October 2015

SITE member Dorothée Bonnigal Katz will be presenting a paper, Psychosis, Embodiment and the Ineffectiveness of Symbols, at the forthcoming interdisciplinary conference at the Freud Museum on October 24th. Dorothée, along with her fellow participants, will be responding to Claude Lévi-Strauss’s paper, The Effectiveness of Symbols and will be addressing the question: Why do symbols have such […]

May 10, 2015

The SITE 2015 Spring Conference: On Conflict—Full Programme

We’re pleased to announce the full programme for our 2015 Conference: On Conflict. CLICK HERE FOR CONFERENCE SCHEDULE As well as the exciting papers we’ve previewed in earlier posts, the final schedule also includes an intriguing collaborative paper, In the Frame: Conflict in Psychoanalysis, from SITE members Eric Harper and Andie Newman. In their paper, Harper […]

April 27, 2015

Sitegeist 10 now on sale

The Editorial Panel of Sitegeist are delighted to announce that issue 10, back again as a paperback journal, is now available. Issue 10 is devoted to theoretical papers produced by trainees at the SITE, past and present. It shows the breadth of interests, styles and approaches provoked by the SITE’s training in psychoanalysis. Christian Murphy uses Lacanian […]

April 20, 2015

Special Offer from UIT

A Special Offer from the Unconscious in Translation If you are planning to attend either of the forthcoming Site events in May, here is a special offer from the Unconscious in Translation: Order Dominique Scarfone’s Laplanche: An Introduction and other UIT titles and receive a 20% discount & no shipping costs. Order by 11 May […]

March 30, 2015

More Conference News: Two Abstracts

We are pleased to be able to announce two further speakers for our Spring Conference on Conflict. Conflict as Difference is the title of Previn Karian‘s paper. It will present an outline of Jung’s typology as detailed in Psychological Types, CW 6. Rather than plunge into the detail of this complex 550 page text, what will be examined are the […]