A CELEBRATION OF THE COLLECTED WORKS OF D.W. WINNICOTT

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The Winnicott Trust

Announce a conference to be held at the Institute for Psychoanalysis and the Brunei Gallery, London

A CELEBRATION OF THE COLLECTED WORKS OF D.W. WINNICOTT:

DONALD WINNICOTT AND THE HISTORY OF THE PRESENT

Speakers include:

Stefano Bolognini, Vincenzo Bonaminio, Angela Joyce, Lynne Murray, Kenneth Robinson, René Roussillon, Kenneth Wright

20-22 November 2015

SAVE THE DATE

Preliminary inquiries:  marjory.goodall@iopa.org.uk

Further information to follow

Co-sponsored by the British Psychoanalytical Society, the British Psychoanalytic Association [an association of the British Psychotherapy Foundation] and the Association of Independent Psychoanalysts

 

Programme

Reception at the Institute of Psychoanalysis on Friday evening 20th, 6.30pm-8.30pm to include book launch and demonstration of the online edition of Collected Works led by Oxford University Press personnel and

Introduction by General Editors: Lesley Caldwell & Helen Taylor Robinson

 

Conference proper at Brunei Gallery SOAS, Saturday & Sunday morning

 

Saturday morning

from 8.45am: Registration

9.20am Welcome: Angela Joyce, Chair of DWW Trust

9.30am – 11am First plenary paper

The self in contemporary psychoanalysis through the lens of Winnicott’s contribution

Speaker: René Roussillon

Chair: Jennifer Johns

11.00am – 11.30 am Coffee

11.30am – 1pm Second plenary paper

The analytic relationship and the person of the analyst

Speakers: Stefano Bolognini and Vincenzo Bonaminio

Chair: Lesley Caldwell

1pm – 2.00pm Lunch served

 

Afternoon

2pm – 3.30pm Small group workshops in parallel

1) Disturbed / delinquent children

Speaker: Richard Rollinson of the Planned Environment Therapy Trust

Chair: Ann Horne

2) Community intervention with mothers & babies

Speaker: Jessica James of the Anna Freud Centre Parent Infant Project

Chair: Angela Joyce

3) DWW and the arts, specifically writing

Speakers: Andrew Brady and Matt Ffytch

Chair: Helen Taylor Robinson

4) DWW and the broadcast media

Speakers: Anne Karpf and Brett Kahr

Chair Ruth McCall

5) DWW’s work as a paradigm shift in Psychoanalytic theory

Speaker: Z. Loparic of the International Winnicott Association (IWA)

Chair: Jim Rose

3.30pm – 4pm Tea

4pm – 5.30pm Third Plenary Paper

Introduction: Juliet Hopkins

‘There’s no such thing as a baby: how close relationships support development from birth to two’

Speaker: Lynne Murray

Chair: Judith Trowell

 

Sunday morning

10am –  11.30am Fourth Plenary paper

DWW on Culture & the Arts

Ken Wright and Ken Robinson

Chair: Josh Cohen

11.30am – 12am noon Coffee

12.00am –  1.00pm Fifth Plenary Paper

Contemporary perspectives on the concept of regression

Speaker: Angela Joyce

Chair: Helen Taylor Robinson

1pm – 1.30pm Final Discussion, panel of plenary speakers and goodbye

Chair: Helen Taylor Robinson