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Dropping the medical metaphor

 

From "New Statesman," 17 August, 1979

Stadlen Seminars
 
 
 

Anthony Stadlen

 

FREUD CENTENARY SEMINARS

(Fourth Series)  THE SECRET OF THE DREAM

14 May 2000

‘. . . none of the undiscovered provinces in the soul-life, which I was the first of the mortals to enter, will ever bear my name . . .’

28 May 2000

‘ “. . . the secret of the dream revealed itself to Dr Sigm. Freud.” ’

2 July 2000

‘All is surging and gloaming, an intellectual hell, layer after layer; in the darkest core, glimpses of the contours of Lucifer-Amor.’

 

(Fifth Series)  ‘DORA’ AND ‘ALIQUIS

24 September     2000

12-hour seminar

Aliquis’: The centenary of  Freud’s ‘aliquis’ slip (Chapter 2 of The Psychopathology of Everyday Life)

Richard Skues, Anthony Stadlen, Peter Swales report their detective work over two decades and discuss the evidence that: (1) the ‘young man’ who forgot the word ‘aliquis’ was Freud himself; (2) the ‘aliquis’ analysis tells the story of Freud’s secret sexual relationship with his wife’s sister, Minna Bernays.  The seminar will explore the implications of Freud’s dissembling for theory and practice.

 

Further seminars on: 29 October 2000, 26 November 2000, 7 January 2000, 4 February 2001,

4 March 2001, 1 April 2001, 29 April 2001, 27 May 2001, 24 June 2001

 

Also:  12-HOUR ESTERSON SEMINAR

18 June 2000

12-hour seminar

Aaron Esterson: The Dialectics of Madness

A study of the work of this great existential psychotherapist who died last year.  He was author of Sanity, Madness and the Family: Families of Schizophrenics (with R. D. Laing), The Leaves of Spring: A Study in the Dialectics of Madness and many papers.

 

And:  LECTURE at conference FREUD AND JEWISH DREAMS

presented by the Spiro Ark and Freud Museum at the Austrian Institute, London

4 June 2000

‘All Dreams Follow the Mouth’: The Talmudic Theory of Dreams

 

Seminars and lecture explore, by Socratic and Talmudic questioning, how psychotherapy may be non-violent and non-seductive; ethical, existential, phenomenological.  Participants report that the seminars are a safe place to explore their perplexities.

 

Seminars on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (12-hour seminars from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.)

Venue:  Acland Building, Regent’s College, Inner Circle, Regent’s Park, London NW1 4NS

Cost:  Individual seminars 55 students, 68 others (reductions for block booking)

12-hour seminars 75 students, 95 others (reductions for early booking)

Apply to:  Anthony Stadlen, 64 Dartmouth Park Road, London NW5 1SN

Tel:  020 7485 3896        E-mail:  stadlen@aol.com

 


 

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