Public Engagements, January-December 2018

London: Monday February 5th  7-30pm to 9-30pm
Hampstead Psychotherapy Club
‘My Most Remarkable Session’

Segovia, Spain: Friday and Saturday February 23rd and 24th
Instituto de Psicoterapia Relacional and International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, Spain
Lecture: ‘A New therapy for Politics’
Workshop: ‘A Responsible and Relational Way to Work Directly in the Clinical Session’
In English with Spanish translation

London: Saturday March 10th 9-30am to 5pm
‘Body and Spirit in Contemporary Psychotherapy and Counselling’ (with Nick Totton)

Bournemouth: Thursday April 5th to Saturday April 7th
Association for Psychosocial Studies Conference
Conference title: ‘Psychosocial Reflections on a Half Century of Cultural Revolution’
Andrew’s paper on Saturday April 7th: ‘Political Violence: Psychosocial Reflections – Then and Now’

Florence: Saturday May 5th 2pm to 6pm
Scuola Master di Studi sull ‘Anima: Scuolola di Filosofia del Sé e Analisi del Profondo’
‘The Soul of Politics’
In English with Italian translation

New York: Thursday June 14th to Sunday June 17th
International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy Conference
Conference title: ‘Hope and Dread: Therapists and Patients in an Uncertain World’
Andrew will be on the closing plenary panel

London: Friday July 6th, all day
Organised under the auspices of the International Association for Jungian Studies, the Confederation for Analytical Psychology, and the Department of Psychosocial and Psychoanalytic Studies at the University of Essex
Conference title: ‘Feminist Views from Somewhere’
Andrew’s paper: ‘“Feminists”, “Jungians”, “Men”, “Victims”: The State of Play – But This Ain’t No Game’
At Amnesty International:

London, Saturday October 13th 9-30am to 5-30pm.
Confederation for Analytical Psychology conference
African American Jungian Analysts: On Culture, Clinical Training/Practice and Racism
With Dr Fanny Brewster, Dr Alan Vaughan, Rotimi Akinsete, Professor Andrew Samuels and Ruth Williams

Ealing Abbey, London: Friday October 26th  7-30pm to 9-30pm
Benedictine Institute Virtus Lecture
‘The Limits of Personal Responsibility: The Possibility and Impossibility of Being a Dignified Citizen’

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