3. Oktober 2019 - 00:00

Art der Veranstaltung

EPF Centre
Rue Gérard 35, Brüssel, Belgien

Fear & Anxiety – Psychoanlytic Perspectives – 4th European Psychoanalytic Conference for University Students

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For all students and recent graduates in psychology, medicine and other
fields who want to know more about psychoanalytic perspectives on fear
and anxiety.

A 3-day trip through many aspects of this theme in development from
infanthood to adult life, in individuals, in relations, and in society.

Full of presentations, clinical examples, film and discussion.

In one of the most interesting cities of Europe: Brussels.

This conference is organized by the EPF, the European Psychoanalytical Federation. It unites approximately 5000 analysts from all over Europe and some other countries.It is a non-profit organization, fully independent and fully self-supporting. Its major aim is to promote psychoanalysis and organizes many activities such as yearly conferences.

For further information please have a look at the EPF website:
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This year, the theme of the European psychoanalytic conference for University students (EPCUS) is Fear and Anxiety. It is a classical and central psychoanalytic theme, but also the one so
present today in everyday discourse, in notions about our “dark times”, in almost every consideration of the future as well. Speaking about it becomes inevitable.

The EPCUS is already a well-known event. This project of the European Psychoanalytical Federation (EPF) is devoted to students and recent graduates in psychology, medicine, and humanities. It provides the unique opportunity for the participants to approach the
psychoanalytic way of thinking by listening to prominent psychoanalysts of today, by meeting colleagues and forming networks, thus gaining perspectives into various aspects of
professional development. Three previous conferences were a great success, with a distinct atmosphere of learning, exchange and enthusiasm.

We will deal with the meaning and difference of the concepts of fear and anxiety in the theories of Freud, Melanie Klein, and Winnicott; in clinical work and in socio-political context. Overdetermination and a link to temporality will also be explored, with an attempt to clarify
multiple notions from various levels including: ‘automatic anxiety’, ‘signal anxiety’, ‘fear of breakdown’, ‘paranoid-schizoid anxiety and depressive anxiety’, ‘nameless dread’, ‘states of panic’…