7th EPF Conference for University Students
…The tendency to repeat satisfying experiences in life, in the interest of the so-called pleasure principle, is not difficult to understand. However, human beings can also be prone to repeat painful, sometimes traumatic experiences, often rooted in early childhood. These repetitions can cause stagnation and destruction and may prevent further development, change, and growth. In psychoanalysis, such dreadful repetitions can come to the fore and by that a process of transformation can take place. This enables new forms of relating to ourselves and to others.
Prominent European psychoanalysts will illustrate both sides of such repetition and transformation, using examples from psychoanalytic treatments well as from other social, political and cultural phenomena.
Presenters: Heribert Blass, Christine Franckx, Orna Hadary, Anna Maria Nicolò, Mercedes Puchol, Mark Solms, Martin Teising, Majlis Winberg Salomonsson.
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