A unique Proficio course on research skills and psychoanalytic methodologies.
27th November CB11, Constable Building, 28th November 5S.4.11, 29th November 6.101
Dr Jochem Willemsen
Workshops, training and support
Psychosocial and Psychoanalytic Studies, Department of
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Thinking of using psychoanalysis in your research project?
This course is our Department's flagship course on advanced research methods at PhD level.
Over three days, you will explore a range of methods to study the unconscious in patients, politics, history and society. The first day is devoted to psychoanalytic research in clinical contexts. The second day is all about the interdisciplinary use of case study method. The third day concentrates on psychoanalytic research in historical and sociological contexts.
Together, these three days give an overview of the research fields to which psychoanalysis can contribute. But it is possible to book for separate days. Speakers come from within the department or from other departments/universities, and they all share a passion for applying psychoanalysis to their field.
Starting on 27 November , the first day, Psychoanalytic research in clinical contexts explores contemporary research approaches in the field of clinical psychoanalysis and psychotherapy and includes talks by:
The second day, Thinking in cases: Interdisciplinary use of the case study method explores a number of contemporary approaches to psychoanalytic research on single cases and includes talks by:
Finally, the third day, Psychoanalytic research in historical and social contexts explores how psychoanalytic ideas and methodologies are used to conduct research on historical, social and political topics and includes talks by:
Book your place
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