Join Volunteer Tour Guide Laura Smith for a short tour focusing on Freud's theories concerning dreams.
Revisit Freud’s most important writings bringing to bear on our critical examination of his texts the results of the last 40 years of Freudian scholarship.
A special house tour commemorating the life and work of Sigmund Freud on the anniversary of his death.
Join Freud Museum Director, Carol Seigel, for a tour of Sigmund Freud’s home with its unique collections, and learn more about his last year spent in this house after fleeing from Nazi occupied Vienna.
Brett Kahr in conversation with Gabrielle Rifkind, author of “The Psychology of Political Extremism: What would Sigmund Freud have thought about Islamic State?”
Is there a place for psychosis in psychoanalysis? Is there a place for psychoanalysis in psychosis?
One-day intensive course comparing the stances of Lacan, Foucault and Deleuze on the gaze and the baroque as an exceptional form of art.
Six-week evening course exploring the haunting role of women in horror films from a psychoanalytic perspective.
The tour will introduce visitors to the house, revealing curious stories behind the objects in Freud’s collection and what they can tell us about his life and work.
Psychoanalytic psychotherapist, Jane Haberlin will be in conversation with Susie Orbach on this milestone anniversary to discuss how the text is even more relevant today than ever.
An illustrated talk by Aurelia Young upon the launch of her new book 'Finding Nemon', a biography of her father.
Join distinguished art historian and curator, Dawn Ades as she discusses her latest exhibition ‘Freud, Dali and the Metamorphosis of Narcissus’ with psychoanalyst Darian Leader.
Lisa Appignanesi discusses her new book, ‘Everyday Madness: on Grief, Anger, Loss and Love’ (September 2018) with Adam Phillips.
Is the concept of 'sexual orientation' helpful in contemporary society? Or is the medical community already behind the times?
Freud’s use of myth to explain aspects of the psyche and his concept of the ‘omnipotence of thought’ opened doors for the surrealists to conduct their own explorations of magic and mythology.
Knowledge, Entropy, and Life in Lacan.
A one day intensive course.
Author Julia Samuel in conversation with Rabbi Baroness Julia Neuberger on loss and bereavement.
Why does the myth of Narcissus continue to fascinate and provoke the contemporary artistic imagination? In what ways does classical mythology in general hold up a mirror to the anxieties and aspirations of the here-and-now?
In this course, we will explore the overlap between the psychoanalytic method and surrealist cinema – two disciplines that insist on the supremacy of the unconscious, working through absurd dream logic, calling out the banality and hypocrisy of so-called civilised society.