Freud on Dreams

An introduction to Freud’s theory of dreams and his method for interpreting them.

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11 July, 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

No fixed price. Tickets are by donation.

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Interpretation of Dreams. Fragmentary stele from the lower register of a larger monument of Hapyiefeni set up in a shrine of Hathor. Broken into two pieces

This online interactive talk will introduce Freud’s theory of dreams and his method for interpreting them.

How are dreams constructed? How can they be interpreted? And what do they tell us about the mind?

Using plenty of sample dreams, we will closely follow how Freud develops his argument in his major work, The Interpretation of Dreams, touching on key ideas such as wish fulfilment; manifest and latent content; censorship; and dream-work.

No prior knowledge of Freud or psychoanalysis is required!

This talk is given by the Freud Museum’s Education Manager, Stefan Marianski.


This event is a fundraiser for our upcoming ‘Young Psychologists’ Club’, a free offering for A Level Psychology students. Our Young Psychologists will benefit from a platform to connect with one-another, participate in extra-curricular activities, and access to a range of exclusive careers talks, revision sessions and inspiring insights from subject experts across the landscape of psychology, psychotherapy and mental health.

Please note that this is not a dream interpretation workshop. Participants will not be able to discuss their own dreams.

 

All attendees will be sent a unique link to join the live event and access to the recording 24 hours after the event, available for 1 month. Please check the time difference if you are not in the same time zone as UK.

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Date:
11 July
Time:
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Cost:
No fixed price. Tickets are by donation.
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