We asked our Registrants for psychoanalytically informed reflections about Covid-19 or/and their experiences of adapting to working psychoanalytically during the pandemic.
These reflections have been collated below and aim at providing a psychoanalytic thinking space to reflect on how the lockdown and the pandemic have affected psychoanalytic and clinical work.
Stories we tell ourselves when faced by illness – Chris Vincent is a couple psychoanalytic therapist in private practice.
My Experience of Working Online – Hugh Gee is a Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist working in private practice
Lambent’ insights on a sunny April day amidst a pandemic, 2020 – Smita Kamble is a Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist
The early response to Covid 19 – a psychoanalytic and trauma perspective – Jo Stubley is a Consultant Medical Psychotherapist & Psychoanalyst
Psychotherapy sessions on the telephone – Mary Heller is a Psychoanalyst and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist
Reflections upon moving work online – Jane Polden is a Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist