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32 2020 New Associations
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Julian Manley and Wendy Hollway, Breaking the Shell, Rescuing the Seed. Maxine Dennis, Black Lives Matter and its implications for psychoanalysis. Farhad Dalal, The Pandemic of Lies. Johnathan Sunley, A Plea from Pan? Coronavirus and the Unconscious. Clint Burnham, Masks, Handwashing and Zoom: The Way We Lack Now.
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31 2020 New Associations
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Chris Vincent, Stories we tell ourselves when faced by illness. Ron Bushyager, Religious Hope — a Powerful Defence or an Aid to Meaning? Juliet Newbigin and Leezah Hertzmann, Sexuality and Gender - where are we now? Nick Benefield and Jessica Yakely, Psychoanalysis Engaging Prisons.
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30 2020 New Associations
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PPNow 2019 review. Gary Younge, Notes from the margins. Helen Morgan, The centre cannot hold. Catherine Fieschi, Losers, winners and zombies.
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29 2019 New Associations
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Sally Weintrobe, Noah's Arkism. Paul Hoggett, Getting Real. Rebecca Nestor, Engage the public on climate change. Rob Stuart, Extinction Rebellion.
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28 2019 New Associations
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Anthony Barnett, The Passions of Brexit. Susanna Abse, Brexit: Trauma, Identity and the Core Complex. Brent Thomson, Brexit: Northern Ireland. Gabrielle Brown, PA Thinking and the Unhoused Mind.
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27 2018 New Associations
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David Hewison, The Impact of Research on Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. Sue Mizen, Psychotherapy and the NHS. Jonathan Shedler and Jessica Yakeley, Evidence and the Profession at Large.
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26 2018 New Associations
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Joanna Ryan: Class, Identity Politics and Disavowal. Juliet Newbigin and David Richards, Where are we with Sexual and Gender Diversity? Wayne Full; Conversing, not conversion, with Same-Sex Sexualities. Susie Orbach, Identity in Light of the #metoo. Kannan Navaratnem, Culture, Race and Language in the Consulting Room.
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25 2018 New Associations
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Susanna Abse, More Doing and Less Being. Candida Yates, On the psychodynamics of Boris Johnson. Helen Morgan, Regulation, Edlership and Analytic Work. Felicitas Rost, Psychoanalysis needs Reserach and Research needs psychoanalysis. David Gilbert, on Involving Patients.
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24 2017 New Associations
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Susie Orbach, The fragilities of late capitalism. Catherine Fieschi, Protecting the grey zones. Joanna de Waal, Political engagement. James Johnston, The analytic settee.
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23 2017 New Associations
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Jo Stubley, Responding to traumatic events. Susan Mizen, Making the case for investment. Katherine Killick, Art therapy and psychotic states of mind.
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22 2016/2017 New Associations
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Maxine Dennis, Ordinary differences, different states of mind. Helen Morgan, The centre and the margins: whose problem is it anyway? Narendra Keval, License to hate: racist states of mind. Marina Christoforidou, Ordinary differences.
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21 2016 New Associations
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Andrew Cooper and Julian Lousada, What's our state of mind? Graham Music, Brexit, project fear, and the other. Anca Carrington, Money matters. Peter Fonagy, Innovations and development in psychoanalysis.
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20 2016 New Associations
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Lene Auestad, The social unconscious and the herd. Elizabeth Cotton, Start where you are. Johnathan Sunley, It's time to get out of our heads. Carolyn Butler, On 'not knowing.'
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19 2015 New Associations
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Andrew Cooper, Reviving therapeutic social work. Philip Stokoe, The impact of power on the mind of the politician. Annie Pesskin, Why neuroscience matters to our profession.
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14 2014 New Associations
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David Bell, Mental illness and its treatment today. Sally Beeken, Jumping the NHS ship. Amita Sehgal, What is psychoanalytic couple therapy? Smita Rajput Kamble, Getting it ‘right’.
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13 2013 New Associations
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PPNOW conference report. Jean Knox, The ‘blame and shame’ society. Frank Lowe, The August 2011 riots – ‘them’ and ‘us’. Narendra Keval, Racist states of mind in institutional life.
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12 2013 New Associations
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M. Fakhry Davids, ‘Why so white?’ Karen Ciclitira and Nena Foster, Diversity research: a helpful first step. Agnes Bryan, African psychology: another frame of reference. Gail Lewis, Challenged and inspired.
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11 2013 New Associations
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Bringing democracy to psychoanalysis, Christopher Bollas. Psychoanalysis and religion. Working with victims of torture. Infant observation: the experience from outside and inside.
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10 2012 New Associations
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Eileen McGinley, DSM-5 wrangling over mourning and depression. Richard Graham, 'Live therapy' via social media. Maxine Dennis, how the NHS is changing. Paul Hoggett, on denying climate change.
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09 2012 New Associations
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BPC Chair Julian Lousada and UKCP Chair Janet Weisz in conversation. Ian Williamson, what drives Olympians. Brian Rock, can primary care commissioning can be creative? Julia Bland, calls for a new humility.
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07 2011 New Associations
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David Morgan, we are all asylum seekers. Gwen Adshead, institutional defences in institutional settings. John Gordon, reflective practice in forensic settings. Jean Knox explores relational psychotherapy.
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06 2011 New Associations
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Nick Benefield, Psychologically Informed Planned Environments. Jeremy Holmes, rethinking frequency of sessions. David Tuckett, on the markets. Anca Carrington, on economics.
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04 2010 New Associations
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PPPNow 2010 conference review. Keith Bunin, creating psychic reality for the screen. Rachael Davenhill, psychotherapy can offer hope to dementia sufferers and carers.
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03 2010 New Associations
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PPNow 2010 conference review. Kevin Healy and Anthony Maden, the threats to DSPD services in prisons. Heather Wood, on the disturbing rise in the use of internet sex. Laura Gonzalez, Tate Modern exhibition, 'Exposed: Voyeurisms, Surveillance and the Camera.'
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02 2010 New Associations
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BPC, BACP and UKCP Chairs debate statutory regulation and the HPC; Patrick Pietroni, discusses the concept of a modern profession; Helen Morgan interviews Val Huet (BAAT) on professional life post-statutory registration; Frances Roper, investigates adapting models of training.
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