Meet our Scholars
We are proud to have a growing membership of Scholars across the world. They are making a significant contribution to the advancement of psychoanalytical thinking. We are grateful for their work and engagement.
Prof Armand D'Angour
Researcher in various aspects of ancient culture, author of The Greeks and the New (2011) and Socrates in Love (2019).
Dr Zack Eleftheriadou MSc MA, Dip NCFED, is a Chartered Counselling Psychologist, Chartered Scientist and a Fellow of the British Psychological Society (HCPC reg). She has trained as an adult, child and parent-infant psychotherapist (UKCP). She provides training and has published in the following areas: developmental issues/trauma, cross-cultural work; including the text ‘Psychotherapy and Culture’. She is an infant observation tutor at IATE (UK) and Course Director for the CONFER Psychopathology Diploma. She provides psychotherapy and supervision, is part of the UKCP Child Faculty subcommittee, ‘Infant-parent psychotherapy’, a member of The Bowlby Centre and a visiting external examiner for Doctoral theses.
Dr Wayne Full
Dr Wayne Full is member of the BPC Task Group on Gender, Sexuality and Relationship Diversity (GSRD). He is also a Research Fellow at the BACP and has recently completed his PhD exploring how psychoanalytic psychotherapists working today understand and think about same-sex sexual orientation both theoretically and clinically. Previously he has taught psychoanalytic theory at the Anna Freud Centre and co-ordinated the BPF’s Psychotherapy Today course. He is committed to promoting the importance of research and evidence in enhancing the scientific standing of psychotherapy, shaping therapeutic practice, influencing policy and informing interdisciplinary debate.
Mr Ambrose Hogan MA, MA(RCA), PGCE, MTeach, FRSA, FCCT, CMgr MCMI, TOSD, VR
Ambrose Hogan is interested in Jungian and post-Jungian approaches to psychoanalysis, and the application of these ideas and experiential clinical knowledge to teaching and learning in mainstream settings. His work draws on professional experiences as a teacher in secondary and higher education and both personal and didactic analysis. He is also interested in how performance can be used to create understanding and broaden access to this knowledge.
Dr Kurt Jacobsen
Prof Dany Nobus
Dany Nobus is Professor of Psychoanalytic Psychology at Brunel University London and former Chair and Fellow of the Freud Museum London. He has published numerous books and papers on the history, theory and practice of psychoanalysis, most recently “The Law of Desire: On Lacan’s ‘Kant with Sade’” (Palgrave 2017) and “Thresholds and Pathways Between Jung and Lacan: On the Blazing Sublime” (edited with Ann Casement and Phil Goss) (Routledge 2020). In 2017, he was the recipient of the Sarton Medal of the University of Ghent (Belgium) for his outstanding contributions to the history of psychoanalysis.
Irene Bruna Seu
Prof Barbara Taylor
Dr Theodora Thomadaki
Ilonka Venier Alexander
Child and adolescent mental health
Author of three psychoanalytic history books