Psychoanalysis After Freud

12-week evening course exploring Jung, Klein, Winnicott and Lacan. Psychoanalysis was initiated by Freud, then transformed by a series of powerful creative figures who both extended and deepened its range, opening new intellectual horizons as they applied its methods to new problems and new fields. We will focus on four leading innovators, carefully examining their criticisms of Freud and the manner in which they modified his theories and therapeutic practice. In this way, the course will give an overview of the development of psychoanalysis across its first century and into the beginning of its second. While intended to be accessible to beginners, it will also stimulate those who already have some knowledge of the field. (The course is self-contained – as is ‘Introducing Freud at the Freud Museum’ which precedes it in the autumn term. The two courses can be taken in either order, or as ‘stand alone’ modules, but complete beginners wanting a thorough introduction to psychoanalysis should take ‘Introducing Freud’ first, then follow on with the present course.) Tutor: Keith Barrett BA PhD

Suitable for
18+

Admission
£130 - £190

Website
https://www.freud.org.uk/event/psychoanalysis-after-freud/


Source: https://www.culture24.org.uk/se000274?id=EVENT593192


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