ICLO-NLS Open Event: Film Screening & Debate

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The ICLO-NLS Special Interest Group (SIG) Child & Adolescent Lacanian Psychoanalysis

invites you to the Irish Premiere of the film

Like an Open Sky by Mariana Otero

The event is open to all: practitioners, educators, carers and anyone with an interest in questioning one’s understanding of and responses to subjectivity. This film is crucial viewing for those who work with children and adolescents, within institutions, hospitals and other clinical and educational settings.The documentary bears witness to the unique work carried out by the practitioners and young residents of Le Courtil in Belgium and demonstrates how a treatment is invented which responds to the singularity of each. The screening will be followed by a Q & A session with Marie Brémond and Bruno de Halleux, practitioners with the Courtil for many years, who will share their experience with us.

DATE:          Saturday 17th September 2016
TIME:           10am-Registration / 10.30am to 1pm– Screening & Discussion
VENUE:       Davis Theatre. Arts Block. Trinity College Dublin. Dublin 2
FEE:              €5 Film Screening and Debate [payment is possible at the door on the day]
 
Marie Brémond is a member of the Association de la Cause freudienne (ACF)-Belgium. She is a clinical psychologist (University of Rennes II) and works as child clinical psychologist in a public mental health centre in Brussels. She is also coordinator at “La soucoupe”, a weekend respite care centre for autistic children.
Bruno de Halleux is a psychoanalyst, member of the Ecole de la Cause freudienne (ECF) and of the World Association of Psychoanalysis (WAP).
He teaches at the Clinical Section in Brussels. He is Therapeutic Director of Antenne 110, an institution for autistic children in Brussels.

A Clinical Workshop will take place in the afternoon – facilitated by Marie Brémond and Bruno de Halleux.
There are limited places so pre-registration is necessary. The workshop is aimed at those working clinically, in training or working within institutions with children and adolescents. This workshop is open to practitioners from various backgrounds and orientations.

FEE: € 5 Film Screening and Debate    /    25 for Clinical Workshop (limited places available)
To secure your place, please send your name and booking fee (€30) by:
(1) BANK TRANSFER:
Account Name: Irish Circle of the Lacanian Orientation
Account No: 27186415
Sort code: 900017
IBAN: IE90BOFI90001727186415
BIC: BOFIIE2D
PLEASE NOTE:  In the MESSAGE” option when transferring amount,  enter your FULL NAME
(2) POST MONEY ORDER / CHEQUE (payable to ICLO-NLS) to:
Joanne Conway. c/o 16 Prospect Rd, Glasnevin, Dublin 9

Please note that although payment is possible at the door by cash or cheque, due to the limited number of places available for the afternoon session, we cannot guarantee your place unless payment is made in advance.