Narcissistic Intergenerational Transmission – A Case Study with Triplets

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British Psychotherapy Foundation

14 October 2022

Time: 19:00 - 21:00

Price: General Public £ 20.00 , Trainees £ 10.00, bpf members £ 0.00

Location: online


In the latest talk in our Cross-Cultural Dialogues series, Alberto Konicheckis and Fernanda Schmitt Ribeiro will discuss how narcissistic components in the parent can jump across the generations by referencing a case study with triplets.

The event will cover:

  • Psychoanalytic developments in France
  • Intergenerational transmission
  • Observation and clinical discussion

This scientific meeting is run by the BPF and IPCAPA, and is open to the public.

about the cross-cultural dialogues series

Independent tradition found housing in exile. During the heated controversial discussions between Anna Freudians and Kleinians, Donald Winnicott found shelter in grounding himself to open mindedness amid theoretical and bellic bombardment.

Following years of this memorable event, independent psychoanalysis has changed and expanded. Being used to transiting within psychic and physical borders, the tradition has migrated, transformed and has been re-signified across the globe.

The ‘Cross-cultural dialogues about independent tradition and technique’ scientific meetings hope to spark thinking and foster a cross-cultural conversation with colleagues about their clinical practice and theoretical innovations in their countries and fields of study.

about the speakers

Alberto Konicheckis is a clinical psychologist, psychoanalyst, and professor emeritus at Université de Paris Cité. He is also a member of S.P.P. (Société Psychanalytique de Paris), S.E.P.E.A. (Société Européenne pour la Psychanalyse de l’Enfant et de l’Adolescent) S.F.T.F.P. (Société Française de Thérapie Familiale Psychanalytique) and president of G.E.C.P. (Groupe d’Etudes en Clinique Psychanalytique). He is the author of several papers and books such as “De génération en génération : la subjectivation et les liens précoces” published in 2015.

Fernanda Schmitt Ribeiro is a clinical psychologist in Brazil and has a PhD in Clinical Psychology at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro. During her PhD she did a one-year exchange programme at Paris-Descartes University (Paris IV) at Sorbonne, where she was co-supervised on her thesis by Professor Alberto Konicheckis.

This event counts as CPD.

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