UCL Psychoanalysis Unit annual conference: Re-visiting Psychotic Aspects of the Personality

Date: 3 December, 2021 to 5 December, 2021

University College London campus building

Venue: Online

Organised by: UCL Psychoanalysis Unit

More details and booking: Visit the UCL website


The annual UCL Psychoanalysis Unit conference, with accompanying clinical seminars, will seek a deeper understanding of psychotic aspects of the personality.

This virtual conference will present detailed psychoanalytic work seeking to describe and further understand these fundamental problems in the context of their occurrence in a wide spectrum of psychopathology – from the apparently normal and mildly neurotic to the most overtly and grossly disturbed – and across the life cycle: in children, adolescents, adulthood. The programme will have more space for discussions and dialogues on the main questions with everyone attending able to take part. The aim is an engrossing, enjoyable, hard-working event.

Keynote speakers: Catalina Bronstein, Kate Pugh, Helga Skogstad

Clincal seminar leaders: Irma Brenman Pick, David Taylor, Denis Flynn, Peter Fonagy, Francesca Hume, Kate Pugh, Vic Sedlak, Gigliola Fornari Spoto, Wilhelm Skogstad, Daniel Pick, Donald Campbell

For more information and to book your place visit the UCL Psychoanalysis Unit website