Amour: women in psychoanalysis and culture
Please note that:
1. This is a women-only group. Please only book a place if you identify as a woman.
2. All sessions take place online from 11:30am - 1:30pm GMT, 12:30pm-2:30pm CET.
Next session: Amour
February 6th 2021
To kick start 2021 our third year at Stillpoint Spaces, we will be meeting on February 6th to discuss the film "Amour" (2012) directed by Michael Haneke.
The discussion will be around ageing, grief, loss of consciousness and love, of course!
These sessions are free for Stillpoint Spaces Lab members. Please enter your members code to redeem, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you do not have a code.
CLAUDIA CELADON is a psychologist, psychotherapist, clinical supervisor, lecturer, and training facilitator. Originally from Brazil, Claudia has been working clinically in the UK and in Brazil for the past 30 years. She has always been interested in the history of psychoanalysis and how it developed, feminist culture and modern and post-modern philosophy. Claudia is also interested in psychoanalysis as a cultural phenomenon, how it can help inform interpretations of the use of imagery in films and photography, specifically in the depiction of women which arise from their social definition. One of Claudia’s main areas of research is the use of language, both spoken and representational, in the clinical setting and in art and films.
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Image: "Amour by Michael Haneke"