Code Name Mary: The extraordinary life of Muriel Gardiner
We celebrate the incredible story of Muriel Gardiner’s life, through family photo albums, unpublished documents and Muriel’s own autobiography, Code Name Mary. She was an unsung heroine, saving the lives of countless individuals from the Austrian fascist, and then the Nazi, regime, though frequently in danger herself.
18 September 2021 to 23 January 2022
Shaul Bar-Haim in conversation with Lisa Appignanesi, chaired by Daniel Pick.October 6, 2021 - 6:00 pm
Online course over 2 days with Keith Barrett BA PhD.October 7, 2021 - 1:30 pm
Bookings are now open for learning visits and sessions!
The Association for the Teaching of Psychology is a non-profit organisation of psychology teachers in the UK.
Professor Brett Kahr on how Sigmund Freud became personally known to many members of various European royal families.
Delve into the mind of Sigmund Freud from the comfort of your home or classroom!
Sigmund Freud's home and garden provides a unique setting for special occasions and business events.
The Freud Museum London
A small, successful museum, Sigmund and Anna Freud’s final home and its powerful stories have been shared with thousands of visitors. The unique atmosphere of Freud’s study with his original couch, preserved as he left it, offers a deeply emotional and inspirational experience. Sigmund Freud’s home remains a beacon of the importance of depth psychology and the healing effects of the “talking cure”.
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