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The Budapest School of Psychoanalysis Conference 2019

Event Details
Venue:
DLR Lexicon Theatre
Dates:
11-05-2019
Time:
10:00 – 17:00
CPD :
6

The Budapest School of Psychoanalysis Conference 2019

Venue: DLR Lexicon Theatre
Date: 11th May 2019
 
Following in the footsteps of Sandor Ferenczi, Pioneering Psychoanalyst, The Budapest School favours an innovative Relational approach to psychotherapy in contrast to Traditional Psychoanalysis. Ferenczi re-writes the Freudian analytic paradigm to introduce the importance of factors such as trust, compassion, and belief.
To book a place: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/ipaa-conference-2019-the-budapest-school-of-psychoanalysis-tickets-56120733625 


CPD : 6
EXTERNAL EVENT - IACP CPD APPROVED

‘Carl Rogers, the founder of client-centered psychotherapy was in the tradition of Ferenczi, in that he saw himself as a clinician trying to treat troubled individuals and who was open to being responsive, flexible, and empathic.’ Rachman (2018). The Evil Genius of Psychoanalysis.

Following in the footsteps of Sandor Ferenczi, Pioneering Psychoanalyst, The Budapest School favours an innovative Relational approach to psychotherapy in contrast to Traditional Psychoanalysis. Ferenczi re-writes the Freudian analytic paradigm to introduce the importance of factors such as trust, compassion, and belief.

We are delighted to present Psychoanalyst & Author, Professor Arnold Rachman (USA) who will speak about The Confusion of Tongues, Ferenczi’s seminal paper which is so relevant today in the treatment of Sexual trauma. Rachman will describe his research having secured the papers of Elizabeth Severn, Ferenczi’s most famous patient.

Judit Mészáros, PhD, is a training and supervising analyst of the Hungarian Psychoanalytical Society (affiliated with the IPA); honorary professor at the EötvösLorándUniversity, Budapest and a staff member at the European Psychotherapy Training Institute, Budapest. She will address the contemporary relevance of Ferenczi’s clinical innovations.

Participants will be immersed in an accessible therapeutic method which can be used in any Psychodynamic approach with clients.

Disclaimer: While every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the information provided on the IACP website event calendar, the IACP cannot accept any responsibility or liability for information provided by outside organisations.

Please note this is not an IACP run event.

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