Bristol , Bristol
The Bridge Foundation for Psychotherapy and the Arts 13 Sydenham Road, Bristol, BS6 5SH. Tel. [masked]
Migration and Loss Inflammatory Projective Identification,
Otherness and the Formation of a Precariat. Saturday 28th January 2017, 11am – 1pm
Registration from 10.30am
The Watershed, 1 Canon’s Road, Harbourside, Bristol BS1 5TX
“It is always possible to bind a number of people in love as long as there are others left over to receive the manifestations of their aggressiveness - the outsider may be different in only minor ways, but this will suffice."
Freud, Civilisation and Its Discontents.
Precariat: "A social class in a condition of existence without predictability or security, affecting material or psychological welfare."
David Morgan is a consultant psychotherapist and psychoanalyst, both in the NHS and private practice, and worked for many years as a Consultant Psychotherapist at the Portman Clinic.
He is a training/supervising analyst of the BPA, Fellow of the BPAS, and training therapist/supervisor for the BPF and Tavistock Clinic. He is also Honorary Senior Lecturer at City University, London and Essex University.
David organises and is Chair of the "Political Mind Seminars" at the Institute of Psychoanalysis. He is the presenter of "Frontier Psychoanalyst" on Resonance 104.4. FM broadcasts/podcasts and has also broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on various topics. More about David’s podcasts >>
He lectures on a variety of subjects within the UK and abroad, and was main guest speaker with Ruth McCall at the Freud Conference, Melbourne, Australia 2016.
He has specialised as part of his practice with people who are marginalised in our society (those who carry guilt for the unfair society we live in), eg migrants, whistleblowers and socio-political organisations. He provides psychological reports for Asylum seekers.
Publications include: Lectures on Violence, Perversion, and Delinquency (Karnac, 2007), co-edited with Stan Ruszczynski. E books on narcissism (LSE) love and death. His edited book The Political Mind is in press with the International Library of Psychoanalysis.
Chair: Emily Ryan
Emily Ryan is a Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist and manager of the Bridge in Schools Counselling service at the Bridge Foundation. She has a background in human rights campaigning and community development.
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