12-week evening course exploring Jung, Klein, Winnicott and Lacan.
Since the first kiss was documented on film in 1896, erotic cinema has titillated viewers and outraged repressed moralists.
The Museum will be open until 7pm.
One day course comparing the approaches of Freud, Jung and Kristeva.
In Ovid's version of the myth of Echo and Narcissus, the character Echo receives equal attention to her counterpart, Narcissus
Join Freud Museum Director, Carol Seigel, for a tour of Sigmund Freud’s home
One day intensive course on Lacan's notion of feminine enjoyment, or jouissance.
This conference considers the many meanings of nostalgia and its significance in individual psychology and social life.
Fully booked – Resisting Representation: A Psychoanalytic Consideration of Form and Formlessness in the Work of Agnes Martin
An afternoon talk with Dr Lois Oppenheim
An introductory workshop giving a brief overview of Freud’s theory of dreams
Psychotherapist and author, Philippa Perry discusses her latest book.
Special ‘Slow Hours’ during the Wunderblock exhibition
This Day Course is a repeat of the January 2019 course.
An event by and for young people aged 14 to 19.
Mary Wild in conversation with Nathan Abrams, part of Jewish History Month 2019.
Part of a series of public events related to the Wunderblock exhibition.
View short films by young people, exploring the theme of ‘hidden persuasion’ and influence in their everyday lives.
One day intensive course with Lorenzo Chiesa.
One day course exploring Beauvoir, Irigaray, Kristeva, Butler with tutor Keith Barrett.
A special out-of-hours workshop in Emma Smith’s Wunderblock exhibition.
Screening & talk by Elizabeth Danto
10-week evening course with Keith Barrett
Freud Museum London (FML) and Camden Arts Centre (CAC) will open late to enable visits to both of their exhibitions in one night.
Two artists in conversation with a psychoanalyst for London Craft Week 2019
Performance presentation: pioneer female analysts who challenged Freud’s vision of The feminine