“Schreber - Psycho-analytic notes on an autobiographical account of a case of paranoia (dementia paranoids”
Facilitated by Claire Hawkes and Lorna Kernan
28th February – 7pm
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Why not participate of the preparatory works towards the
WAP Congress with your ‘bit of Real’ ?
Laure Naveau is a psychoanalyst in Paris. She is an Analyst Member (AME) of the École de la Cause Freudienne (ECF) and of the World Association of Psychoanalysis (WAP). She teaches at the Clinical Section of Paris-Ile de France and she has been working with the French Red Cross for the past twenty-five years.
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Pierre-Gilles Guéguen is a psychoanalyst in Paris and Rennes. He is an analyst member (AME) of the School of the Freudian Cause (ECF), the New Lacanian School (NLS) and the World Association of Psychoanalysis (WAP). He is a Professor at the University of Paris VIII.
Veronique Voruz is a Practising Analyst of the WAP and the NLS and a Senior Lecturer in Law and Criminology at the University of Leicester. She is guest lecturer at the School of Criminology of the Universite Catholique de Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium). In addition to writing numerous articles on criminology, psychiatry and psychoanalysis, Veronique Voruz co-edited The Later Lacan: an introduction (SUNY 2007) and translated F. Biagi-Chai’s Serial Killers: Psychiatry, Criminology and Responsibility (Routledge: 2011). She is one of the founding editors of Culture/Clinic, a journal of applied psychoanalysis in the Lacanian Orientation published by the University of Minnesota Press.
Patrick Monribot is a psychoanalyst and psychiatrist in Bordeaux. He is Analyst Member (AME) of the WAP, the ECF and the NLS and former AE (1999-2001). He teaches at different Clinical Sections in France, Spain and Italy, and has published extensively in several countries and languages
Artist Jean-Luc Pradels
LIMITED PLACES AVAILABLE
Introducing the ICLO Special Interest Group Child and Adolescent Lacanian Psychoanalysis
The Irish Circle of the Lacanian Orientation-NLS and the Instituto Cervantes Dublin Present
The premiere in English of the Documentary
Ivan Ruiz, psychoanalyst and psychologist in Barcelona, will be at the Institute Cervantes Dublin on September 5th 2013 to present his film “Other Voices. A different outlook on autism”. Being also an artist, photography and music are used in a unique way in the realisation of this film.
“Other Voices” is a documentary based on the testimony of Albert, a 21-year-old young man, diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome. His thoughts inside a maze, the conversations he has with a friend from his town and a trip to Brussels visiting the Tintin Museum bring us closer to his particular way of living and understanding the world.
The world of autism, approached from the perspectives of subjectivity, singularity and respect, is reflected in and reflected on through the testimonies of parents, grand-parents and psychoanalysts. A different view on autism that offers insight into the multiplicity of possible ways of being and surviving in the world. A song of dignity, and arguably a question of civilization.
After the screening (English subtitles) there will be time for debate and dialogue with the audience.
|This event is open to all and freeRegistration is required to secure a seat as places
|Date: Thursday 5th September 2013Time: 6.30pm – 8.30 pm
Venue: Instituto Cervantes Dublin
Lincoln House, Lincoln Place,