By distinguishing on the one hand the subjective urgency of the entry into analysis and the episodes of anxiety, on the other hand the precipitation of the moments of elucidation of the lying truth, then the haste of the moments of pass, how to situate the real unconscious?
These three movements are directly linked to time, but not in the same way. Based on my testimony, I will situate these different ‘urgencies’, in connection with different times in the analysis and with a distinct relationship to the unconscious.
Friday 9th November 2018 / 7pm to 9pm / Venue: PSI, Grantham House, Grantham St. / Fee: 10e / firstname.lastname@example.org
Anne Béraud is a psychoanalyst in Montreal. Member of the New Lacanian School (NLS) and the World Association of Psychoanalysis (WAP). Current Analyst of the School (AE), 2018-2021. She is co-founder of the Pont Freudian in Montreal and President of NLS-Québec. She teaches at the Quebec Clinical Studies Program (Uforca). Anne is the author of more than thirty articles published in six languages as well as book chapters in “Du mariage et des psychanalystes” [Of Marriage and Psychoanalysts], Ed. Navarin le Champ freudien / La règle du jeu, 2013; “Entrées dans la psychose” [Entries into psychosis], under the direction of Hervé Castanet, Ed. Anthropos / Economica, Paris, 2017. She edited the book “Agrafes et inventions dans la psychose ordinaire” [Staples and Inventions in Ordinary Psychosis]. She holds a DESS in clinical psychology and psychopathology from the University of Paris X.