BPC Webinar – Relationships: Changing Norms and FormsBook tickets
The British Psychoanalytic Council
We continue our series of online webinars which, we hope, will enhance the collaboration between those who work in the consulting room and those who apply psychoanalytical ideas to a broader canvas.
This session will consider Relationships: Changing Norms and Forms with Sasha Roseneil and Dr Christopher Clulow.
Please note this event is limited to the BPC Scholars’ Network and Registrants only. The joining details will be displayed on screen once you have registered.
Sasha Roseneil is Professor of Interdisciplinary Social Science in the Institute of Advanced Studies at UCL, where she also serves as Pro-Provost (Equity & Inclusion) and Dean of the Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences. She has a small private practices as a group analyst and is member of the Institute of Group Analysis. She has written widely about gender, sexuality and intimate life, and about politics, social movements and citizenship. Originally trained as a sociologist, she has contributed to the formation of the interdisciplinary fields of Gender Studies and Psychosocial Studies, as founding Director of the Centre for Interdisciplinary Gender Studies at the University of Leeds, and as a founding member of the Department of Psychosocial Studies at Birkbeck, University of London. Her most recent book, ‘The Tenacity of the Couple-Norm: intimate citizenship regimes in a changing Europe’ (with Isabel Crowhurst, Tone Hellesund, Ana Cristina Santos and Mariya Stoilova), was published in 2020 by UCL Press, and is available open access https://www.uclpress.co.uk/products/166273
Dr Christopher Clulow is a Consultant Couple Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist, a Senior Fellow of the Tavistock Institute of Medical Psychology and past Director of Tavistock Relationships, London. He is also a Fellow of the Centre for Social Policy at Dartington, Editor in Chief of the international journal Couple and Family Psychoanalysis, an adjunct faculty member of the International Psychotherapy Institute and on the Editorial Board of the International Review of Couple and Family Psychoanalysis. He is married with children and grandchildren, and works from his home town of St Alban’s.