A RESIDENT OF THE WORLD
Berjanet Jazani – 2019

AN ANALYST BY VIRTUE? A RESPONSE TO GWION JONES
Werner Prall – 2019

ETHICS: PSYCHOANALYTIC RESPONSES TO PRACTICE
Gwion Jones – October 29th 2016

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.

REACTIVITY AND REACTIONS TO REGULATORY TRANSPARENCY IN MEDICINE, PSYCHOTHERAPY AND COUNSELLING
McGivern, G., & Fischer, M. D., Social Science & Medicine 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 – 2010. Revised contribution to round table discussion of The College of Psychoanalysts “Endings and Exits in Analysis”, Birkbeck College, London.

TEACHING AND PSYCHOANALYSIS: A NECESSARY IMPOSSIBILITY
Paul Verhaeghe . Contribution to Annual conference of The College of Psychoanalysts “Is Psychoanalysis Teachable?”, 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) . 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 . 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