• 2017 Jung - Lacan Dialogues Saturday, 2 December, 2017


     Jung - Lacan Dialogues 

    This is the eighth in a series of Jung-Lacan Dialogues organised by the Jung/Lacan Research Network based at the Centre for Psychoanalysis, Middlesex University. It aims at fostering an engagement between two important and creative schools of psychoanalysis. What is the common ground between them? What are the intractable differences? Is it possible to find a common language or achieve mutual understandings? And what are the implications for clinical practice? 

    The position of the analyst 

    Is there any commonality between Jung’s idea of the role of the analyst and Lacan’s notion of the position of the analyst? And what are the specifics of the differences between these two important clinical concepts? Berjanet Jazani and David Henderson will elaborate the history and development of the terms and reflect on the implications for clinical work. 

    Dr. Berjanet Jazaniis a psychoanalyst, practicing in London. She is an analyst member of the Centre for Freudian Analysis & Research, where she teaches and supervises clinicians and candidates in training. She is a regular contributor to the online publication of the Iranian Medical Council in the field of mental health. Forthcoming publications include: 'A Resident of the World’ and ‘La Silence de la mer(e)’ JCFAR 2018 

    David Henderson,MA (Essex), PhD (Goldsmiths)is a psychoanalytic psychotherapist in private practice and a senior lecturer in psychoanalysis at the Centre for Psychoanalysis, Middlesex University. His research interests include comparative psychoanalytic theory and apophatic discourse. Recent publications include, 'Staying alive: Anima and objet a,' in Re-encountering Jung: Analytical psychology and contemporary psychoanalysis (Routledge, 2017) and 'A life free from care: The hermit and the analyst' (Psychodynamic Practice, 2016) 

    Time14:00 – 17:00 

    DateSaturday, 2 December, 2017 

    VenueRoom C110, College Building, Middlesex University 

    The Burroughs, London NW4 4BT 


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  • Clero, Jean-Pierre - Lacan and the English Language

     Translated by Jacques Houis. Jean-Pierre Cléro has provided the first detailed account of the influence of English-language psychoanalysts, philosophers, and mathematicians upon Lacan. He reveals the extent of Lacan's interest in the Anglo-Saxon tradition and how Lacan's erudition generated a re-evaluation of some thinkers--Boole and Bentham, for example--within that tradition. In this investigation, Cléro also identifies a missed encounter between Lacan and the British psychoanalytic community that led Lacan to question the efficacy of the English language to translate the unconscious. This book is sure to be a significant contribution to the study of Lacan in English and a highly original contribution to the study of major influences on Lacan's thought.



    This Title is currently available through the Kindle Unlimited service (In e-book format) 


  • ELP Comunidad Valenciana

    La Escuela Lacaniana de Psicoanálisis (ELP) se articula institucionalmente a través de las comunidades de trabajo que forman los miembros, socios, y simpatizantes que participan y sostienen las actividades de la ELP.


    La Comunidad valenciana de la ELP (CV-ELP | Escuela Lacaniana de Psicoanálisis | Sede de la Comunidad Valenciana) cuenta actualmente con 24 miembros y 19 socios además de un público interesado en el discurso psicoanalítico; por ahora, contamoscon una única sede en la ciudad de Valencia. La CV-ELP está administrada por una Junta Directiva compuesta por un Director y tres Vocales.

    La Comunidad valenciana de la ELP (CV-ELP) es una de las ocho Comunidades (Andalucía, Aragón, Comunidad Valenciana, Castilla y León, Cataluña, Galicia, Madrid, y País Vasco) con las que se ordena territorialmente la Escuela Lacaniana de Psicoanálisis (ELP). La ELP, fue fundada en mayo de 2000, y junto con las otras escuelaslacanianas de Europa y América, forma la Asociación Mundial de Psicoanálisis....


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  • Evans, Dylan. An Introductory Dictionary of Lacanian Psychoanalysis

    ISBN 0-203-13557-1 Master e-book ISBN

    ISBN 0-203-17633-2 (Adobe e-Reader Format) ISBN 0-415-13522-2 (Print Edition) (hbk) ISBN 0-415-13523-0 (Print Edition) (pbk)

  • Salas, Christian. Clinical Studies in Neuropsychoanalysis revisited

    One of the most important sources of this  knowledge has been the in-depth study of individuals with focal brain damage and 
    other neurological disorders.   This book offers a unique perspective, in that it uses a combination of neuropsychology and psychoanalytic knowledge from diverse schools (Freudian, Kleinian, Lacanian, Relational, etc.), to explore how damage to 
    specific areas of the brain can change the mind.

    Clinitians and researchers from all over the world present a rich set of new case studies, from a diverse range of brain injuries, neuropsychological impairments and even degenerative and paediatric pathologies.

    Christian Salas 
    Oliver Turnbull 
    Mark Solms is Co-Chair of the Interational Neuropsychoanalysis Society, 

  • September 12-13, 2020 Lacan’s Écrits Conference

    2020 Lacan’s Écrits Conference

    September 12-13, 2020

    Edinburgh Napier University, Edinburgh, Scotland.

    Hosted by Lacan in Scotland 

    Call for Papers and more: