One of our visitors sent us touching story about an encounter with Sigmund Freud.
Our upcoming conference on Psychosis and Psychoanalysis will be broadcast LIVE via a video stream.
In a time of widespread political instability, Psychoanalysis & Exile: 1938-2018 will aim to address the universal experience of those seeking asylum and living in exile and the parallels they share with historical socio-political conflicts.
This conference brings together perspectives from psychoanalysis and beyond to bring out some of these troubling (and troubled) dimensions of the subjective structure popularly known as ‘masculinity’
First published in 1921, the text raises questions about the role of the leader today, tribalism, the triumph of modern masses, and what separates the individual from his or her subjectivity and lived history.
The Freud Museum London recently received a generous donation from the Marie-Louise von Motesiczky Charitable Trust: the painting Psychoanalyst by Marie-Louise von Motesiczky.
Amidst Freud’s extensive collection of antiquities are examples of ancient mirrors. The earliest mirrors come from Egypt and surrounding countries, from as early as 2289 BC.
On Tuesday 10 July 2018, Sir Simon Schama CBE returned to Sigmund Freud’s final home at 20 Maresfield Gardens to join guests at an evening reception for Patrons of the Freud Museum.
We're inviting you to send us a 1-minute commentary on the discontent in civilisation.
Volunteer Paula Morris shares her reflections on the museum's reading group.