These symposia are held annually and each year guest speakers from various disciplines as well internationally renowned Psychoanalysts along with members of Psike present their work around the theme of that year.
10th December 2023, Sunday 09.00 - 10.30 CONFERENCE Moderator: Yeşim CAN Ülkü GÜRIŞIK The Long Path to Rooting and Individuation 10.30 - 12.00 PANEL Moderator: Fulya ALGIN TOKMAK Refhan BALKAN
09th December 2023, Saturday 08.30 – 09.00 REGISTRATION 09.00 – 09.30 OPENING SPEECH Aslı KURUOĞLU 09.30 – 11.00 PANEL Moderator: Yasemin CENGİZ Sezai HALİFEOĞLU Where and How Does The Psychic-Mental
As Oruç Aruoba said “Solitude requires practice.” We are inviting you to our online symposium Psychoanalytic Views 15 on December 11-12, 2021 to share our solitary practices during the social isolation and to think about them together psychoanalytically.
We are looking forward to meeting at Boğaziçi University on the 8-9th of December 2018 to understand this uncanniness reminiscent of the scream of the moment we are born, to comprehend the world we live in and our inner worlds...
This year, the 11th annual Psychoanalytic Views symposium will explore the subject: "To leave or to stay?: Psychoanalysis and Immigration". We hope you will join us to reflect together on immigration, on the dilemma of staying or leaving everything behind and their projections on us from a psychoanalytical angle.
Life commences through a separation and ends with another separation. The individual copes with psychic separation anxiety, catastrophic dread, loneliness and death itself. The symposium topic of this year is "separation" which is experienced at an individual as well as a collective level and has been the inspiration for literature and art throughout centuries.
We live in a time and space where we are confronted with all kinds of violence. This led us to choose the theme of the 9 th Psychoanalytic Views Symposium as "violence" which is an inevitable part of the human psyche and human interaction. We would like to think together on the concept of violence in this world where the violence palpably strikes us almost every day.
Freud says, “The ego is first and foremost a bodily ego; it is not merely a surface entity, but is itself the projection of a surface. The ego is ultimately derived from bodily sensations, chiefly from those springing from the surface of the body” and talks about how the physical stimulation or excitement yet without a psychic imprint short-circuits and transforms into impulse.
PSYCHOANALYTIC VIEWS 6 GENDER, SEXUAL IDENTITY AND SEXUALITY This year, the 6th annual Psychoanalytic Views Symposium will explore a subject that has been crucial to the century long development and practice of psychoanalytic theory and is still being debated and enriched with new perspectives today.
This year our symposium coincides with two very significant celebrations. The year 2010 is both the birth of our study group and the 100th anniversary of the foundation of the IPA. This is why we chose “Dreams, Fantasies and Fairy Tales in the 100th Anniversary of the IPA” as the theme of the symposium.
Transference, an obstacle to the psychoanalytic treatment yet at the same time the most basic instrument of it, shows the complex connection between the analyst and the analysand