We are delighted that the following group representatives have been elected for the Executive committee. Click on the name to download a short biography of each member.
We are please to announce the following EAC Nominees. Please click on the name for a brief biography.
This site is for professionals and the public. Here you will find upcoming psychoanalytic events and can explore resources that are available in your area (e.g. lectures, reading groups and training programs) and on the internet (be sure to see the on-line resources tab above). Interested groups and professionals can find how to join the SAPC and potential clients and patients can learn a little more about this valuable approach to understanding and intervening in a range of human difficulties.
The SAPC is a confederation of 47 different groups with over 550 members. This booklet showcases the rich and varied work of SAPC members and the impact and reach that psychoanalytic thinking can have across all levels of mental health care. It has been designed to be as user-friendly as possible with all entries containing contact details for more information, and space provided in the directory for additional notes and thoughts.
A course of eight lectures will be presented by Dr Barnaby B. Barratt on the weekend of November 24th and 25th 2012, as a service to advanced practitioners in Johannesburg’s mental health community. This series of lectures will survey to trajectory of Freud’s theoretical thinking about the conditions of human experience and its cultural location.
Thinking about Freudian Thinking (174kB)
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The SAPC unites under one organization groups of practitioners from diverse professions whose therapeutic work is informed by psychoanalytic theory and its application. This approach concerns itself with the relationship between conscious and unconscious mental processes as well as with the relationship between the practitioner and the client, group or couple.