Podcast: Words and Signifiers Still Matter: The Relevance of Lacanian Therapy Today with Yael Baldwin
Dr. Yael Baldwin addresses the unique place and role of Lacanian psychoanalysis, with its emphasis on the importance of human speech and the effects of the signifier.
David Owen analyses and describes the mental and physical condition of political leaders past and present with a particular view that what went before paved the way to President Trump. Of recent leaders there have been depressives, alcoholics, narcissists, populists and those affected by hubris syndrome and driven by their religious beliefs, as in Bush […]
Join author Katherine Angel for a discussion on her latest book Daddy Issues with Josh Cohen.
The ‘Tory Power Stance’, as it has been dubbed, is a pose designed to project masculine power and authority. Various hypotheses have been offered as to the origin of the pose and what it might signify. In this paper Ivan Ward offers an alternative view.
This talk focus on how these modern-day American conceptualizations of schizophrenic patients as violent emerged during the civil-rights era of the 1950s-1970s in response to a larger set of conversations about race.
Leading art critic, writer and Editorial Director of Frieze Magazine, Jennifer Higgie, presents a talk with artist Daniel Silver and artist and curator of The Enigma of the Hour: 100 Years of Psychoanalytic Thought.
This discussion aims to consider the connection between sexual abuse, offending behaviour and the vitality of psychotherapy.
Artist Emma Smith with guests specialising in child development, children’s rights, and psychoanalysis.
Alenka Zupančič approaches the question of sexuality from a Lacanian perspective, considering it a properly philosophical problem for psychoanalysis.
Psychotherapist and author Philippa Perry discusses her latest book.