ONLINE PUBLICATIONS

 

The College invites you to submit non-clinical papers concerned with issues about the nature of psychoanalysis, for publication on this section of the website. Publication is in the discretion of the Editorial Committee of The College which will take no responsibility for the content or views expressed in any such paper to be published here. Any view or opinion expressed in any such published paper is to be understood as the view or opinion of the author of the paper and is not to be taken as the view or opinion of The College. Material for publication should be submitted by email attachment addressed to: enquiries@psychoanalysis-cpuk.org.

All material submitted must be accompanied by the name of the person submitting it together with their postal address, telephone number and email address. No material may be published anonymously but other personal details may be withheld from publication if requested.

Below is a list of online publications in chronological order, commencing with the most recent. To access them, please click on their title.

PSYCHOANALYSIS: DISUNITED KINGDOMS
June 2015, from www.fiimg.com

TICK THE BOX IF THE PROBLEM SHIFTS
by Bernard Burgoyne - Contributions to the 5th day conference of The College ‘Supervision Registers: Ethical, Clinical and Political Issues’, held at The Anna Freud Centre on Saturday 13th October 2012.

REACTIVITY AND REACTIONS TO REGULATORY TRANSPARENCY IN MEDICINE, PSYCHOTHERAPY AND COUNSELLING
McGivern, G., & Fischer, M. D., Social Science & Medicine (2011) doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2011.09.035
For enquiries, please email  michael.fischer@sbs.ox.ac.uk

ONCE A PATIENT ALWAYS A PATIENT: THE LAW OF ANALYSIS INTERMINABLE
Paul Atkinson - December 2011. Revised contribution to round table discussion of The College of Psychoanalysts “Endings and Exits in Analysis”, 19th November 2011, Birkbeck College, London.

TEACHING AND PSYCHOANALYSIS: A NECESSARY IMPOSSIBILITY 
Paul Verhaeghe - February 2011. Contribution to Annual conference of The College of Psychoanalysts “Is Psychoanalysis Teachable?”, 12th February 2011, in the Library at 21 Maresfield Gardens, London.

IS PSYCHOANALYSIS TEACHABLE TODAY?
Ian Parker – February 2011. Contribution to Annual conference of The College of Psychoanalysts “Is Psychoanalysis Teachable?”, 12th February 2011, in the Library at 21 Maresfield Gardens, London.

A MODERN APPROACH TO FITNESS TO PRACTISE
Mary Clark-Glass (HPC) – June 2009. Contribution to the conference of The College of Psychoanalysts-UK ‘Are you fit to practise? From ethical framework to model of good behaviour’- London, 6 June 2009

IF THEY DON'T MAKE YOU HAPPY, SUE THEM
Paul Verhaeghe – June 2009. Contribution to the conference of The College of Psychoanalysts-UK ‘Are you fit to practise? From ethical framework to model of good behaviour’- London, 6 June 2009

IS PSYCHOANALYSIS IN DANGER OF BEING JUDGED UNFIT TO BE PRACTISED?
Jacques China – June 2009. Contribution to the conference of The College of Psychoanalysts-UK ‘Are you fit to practise? From ethical framework to model of good behaviour’- London, 6 June 2009

FITNESS TO PRACTISE WHAT? THE DESTRUCTION OF PSYCHOTHERAPY IN 21ST CENTURY BRITAIN (PAPER)
Phil Mollon – June 2009. Contribution to the conference of The College of Psychoanalysts-UK ‘Are you fit to practise? From ethical framework to model of good behaviour’- London, 6 June 2009

FITNESS TO PRACTISE WHAT? THE DESTRUCTION OF PSYCHOTHERAPY IN 21ST CENTURY BRITAIN (POWERPOINT PRESENTATION)
Phil Mollon – June 2009. Contribution to the conference of The College of Psychoanalysts-UK ‘Are you fit to practise? From ethical framework to model of good behaviour’- London, 6 June 2009

PSYCHOANALYTIC PRACTICE AND STATE REGULATION (BOOK. TO VIEW DETAILS, PLEASE CLICK ON TITLE)
Parker, Ian & Revelli, Simona (eds. 2008) - Collections of some of the contributions made at the international conference of The College of Psychoanalysts ‘Psychoanalysis and State Regulation’ (March 2006, LSE, London), which discussed how regulation by the state has affected psychoanalysis as a clinical discipline in many different parts of the world.

SOME THOUGHTS ON SUPERVISION

Darian Leader - August 2006

PSYCHOANALYSIS AND PSYCHOTHERAPY: FORMING OR CONFORMING? A PASSIONATE DEBATE BETWEEN TWO ITALIAN LACANIAN ANALYSTS

Tranlsation by Simona Revelli, 2005

PSYCHOANALYSIS OR MENTAL HYGIENE?

Darian Leader - November 2005. Contribution to the workshop of The College of Psychoanalysts. 12th November 2005, London.

ETHICS IN PSYCHOANALYTIC PRACTICE
Ian Parker – November 2005. Contribution to the workshop of The College of Psychoanalysts, 12th November 2005, London.

WHAT'S IT GOT TO DO WITH PSYCHOANALYSIS? AND WHAT HAS PSYCHOANALYSIS GOT TO DO WITH IT?

Carole Smith - November 2005

WHO OWNS PSYCHOANALYSIS?
 
(
ed. Ann Casement, Karnac 2004)
Review by Frederick Stanwood – 2004

THE FUTURE OF PSYCHOTHERAPY?
Darian Leader - November 2004

WHO WILL REMEMBER FEBRUARY 11TH?

Haya Oakley - June 2004

ALWAYS READ THE LABEL! BUT WHO IS ENTITLED TO 
DISPLAY THE LABEL "PSYCHOANALYST" ?
 
Jacques China - Feb 2004

BEYOND PLEASANTVILLE AND ON.......................

Sylvia Cohen - Jan 2004

 

 

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