By Leila Collins and Geri Dogmetchi SATURDAY 30 OCTOBER 1999 The Sixth MLPC Studio is a talk by Geri Dogmetchi and Leila Collins in which they explore their experience as parents in a mixed marriage and bringing up children in this context. Leila Collins is a psychotherapist in private practice. She is a Chartered Counselling… Continue reading ‘Mixed Marriages and Tongue-Tied Children?’
IMAGO MULTI-LINGUAL PSYCHOTHERAPY CENTRE & THE FREUD MUSEM PRESS RELEASE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ‘LOST CHILDHOOD AND THE LANGUAGE OF EXILE’ 12/13 MAY 2001 In the current European political climate raging around refugees and multi-culturalism this International Conference intends to create a space where psychotherapists, analysts, counsellors, teachers, academics, writers and artists from all over the world… Continue reading London, 2001
ONE DAY CONFERENCE WHY DO WE FALL IN LOVEWITH THE ‘OTHER’? PERSONAL AND PSYCHOANALYTICAL REFLECTIONS Saturday 24th February, 2007 This conference will explore the personal and social dimension of ‘the Other’. Our keynote speaker, Dr David Hewison will deliver the opening lecture, based on his paper entitled: “Whenthe Good ‘Other’ Turns Bad: Reflections on Difficulties… Continue reading London, 2007
The “Outsider” represented by the “Other” or more stereotypically by the migrant or refugee has been a theme throughout history.
Burgh House Lecture – Ruth Barnett
IMAGO MULTI-LINGUAL PSYCHOTHERAPY CENTRE BURGH HOUSE LECTURE ‘Trauma, Genocide and Psychotherapy’ By Ruth Barnett SATURDAY 19 OCTOBER 2002 In this forthcoming Burgh House lecture, Ruth Barnett who came to England from Berlin in 1939 on the Kindertransport, will talk about trauma in relation to how our selves and our lives today may have been influenced… Continue reading Burgh House Lecture – Ruth Barnett
Burgh House Lecture – Adam Phillips
IMAGO MULTI-LINGUAL PSYCHOTHERAPY CENTRE BURGH HOUSE LECTURE ‘ON TRANSLATING MYSELF’ By ADAM PHILLIPS SATURDAY 9 FEBRUARY 2002 In this forthcoming Burgh House Lecture Adam Phillips the distinguished writer, broadcaster and child psychotherapist will, through his seductive use of language and his radical ideas on contingency and the pleasures of uncertainty, explore his Jewish childhood in… Continue reading Burgh House Lecture – Adam Phillips