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News & Events
Psychoanalytic Symposium Series 2019
JOIN US at our final symposium of the year!
6 November 2019 (Wed, 6:30 - 9pm)
Guest Speaker: Mr Rudy Goubet Bodart
Check out the details here.
Open for RSVP - save yourself a spot via https://psychoanalysissg.typeform.com/to/BYc8B1
Please note there is a SGD15 participation fee at the door.
Other symposiums featured this year:
11 January 2019 (Friday, 6 - 9pm)
Guest Speaker: Dr. Neta Guttman Avner
12 April 2019 (Friday, 6 - 9pm)
Guest Speaker: Dr. Tomasz Fortuna
Check out our updated flyer on the two upcoming symposiums here.
Our teaser is still accessible here.
1st Combined study group on 7 December 2018
Our first ever group study, discussion and update on how the PAS is progressing.
To commemorate this meet, we watched and discussed a Freud Memorial Lecture held earlier this year at the University of Essex, UK.
Our way of building psychotherapeutic capacities and keeping discussions rich and interesting through group process. It tends to be accompanied by food, drink and laughs.
Kindly contact us if you're keen on getting involved in a group or have thoughts of starting your own group.
By popular demand
We were asked by some who were interested in the recent video discussed in our study groups so here it is. The video is called, "A Look at Sigmund Freud", and depicts scientists and psychologists Eric Kandel, Aaron Beck, Steven Roose, and Peter Fonagy, who collectively take a look at the work of Sigmund Freud and his impact on the field of psychology and brain science.