Dialogues on the time of Covid-19

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Organised by:

British Psychoanalytical Society (incorporating the Institute of Psychoanalysis)

13 May 2021 - 24 June 2021

Time: 20:15 - 21:45

Price: Series - Standard: £ 60.00 | Concession Ticket: £40.00 | Individual available

Location: online


A three part series looking at three key areas that have been impacted by Covid-19.

The pandemic has had an immense impact on all our lives. It has affected the way we go about our lives and relate to each other, how we work and our emotional well-being. It has impacted on the NHS, education, business and arts and culture, in an unprecedented way. With a further series of dialogues on some of these issues, the Institute of Psychoanalysis continues to offer a psychoanalytic angle on the challenges we are currently facing.

13th May | Children in times of a pandemic
Margret Rustin in conversation with Anna Waddell – Chair: Bernard Roberts

20th May | NHS staff – working under severe distress and risk
Rob Harland in conversation with Maggie Bisset – Chair: Megan Virtue

24th June | Boredom – deprivations and emptiness in the pandemic
Josh Cohen in conversation with Laura Salisbury – Chair: Trudy McGuinness

These dialogues will be held live on Zoom and will also be made available the following day for 24 hours to all registered participants.

The full series and individual lectures are available to purchase.

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