Catalina Bronstein (London), Patrick Miller (Paris), Elias Mallet da Rocha Barros (São Paulo), and Lucy LaFarge (New York). Francis Grier, Editor-in-Chief of The International Journal of Psychoanalysis, will introduce the event
In this conference, our four speakers who have all enjoyed close working relationships with Dana Birksted-Breen, will present papers based on different aspects of her work. The papers will be followed by audience discussion.
IJP Zoom Study Meetings - Check out our new venture!
The International Journal ofPsychoanalysis has launched a new venture: International IJP Zoom Study Meetings – A New Forum Open to Subscribers. The meetings will take place three times a year: a recently published paper will be presented by the author and discussed by three psychoanalysts from different countries. The discussion will also be open to audience members.
These meetings will be open to **subscribers only, free of charge**, as part of their IJP subscription, and following from our first successful meeting in January, this year they will take place on the following dates:
For over 100 years The IJP has enjoyed its role as the main international vehicle for communication about psychoanalysis, enjoying a wide international readership from Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia-Pacific, North America and Latin America. Past Editors of The International Journal of Psychoanalysis have included Ernest Jones, James Strachey, Joseph Sandler, David Tuckett and Dana Birksted-Breen. Read the the latest issue here
We are delighted that Francis Grier has joined the IJP as the new Editor-In-Chief: “Francis Grier is a Training Analyst and Supervisor of the British Psychoanalytical Society. He is also a couple psychotherapist. He works in private practice in London. He leads a seminar for the psychotherapists in the Fitzjohn’s Unit of the Tavistock Clinic, which specialises in working psychoanalytically with patients who would not normally have access to psychoanalytic treatment. He has written and edited papers, chapters and two books on couple psychotherapy, including Oedipus and the Couple (2005, Karnac), and papers for the IJP on two Verdi operas (Rigoletto and La Traviata), on a gendered approach to Beethoven, on musicality in the consulting room, and on the music of the drives and perversions. Before training psychoanalytically, he was a professional musician. He gave the first ever solo recital at a Royal Albert Hall Proms concert in 1985, and in 2012 was awarded a British Composer Award.