Events to inspire you

In association with the Zurich Laboratory we offer you to partake in a psychoanalysis of culture. At Stillpoint Spaces locations around the world, as well as online, we are offering new ways to engage with psychology. Below you find a list of our current and upcoming activities

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Location: Online

Monthly intravision colloquium

This is a space, where practitioners from around the world working over Stilpoint Spaces regularly meet to discuss clinical material from their online and offline practices. In addition to obtaining valuable insight from other colleagues, this space is unique in terms of the variety of approaches that inform the discussion. The intravision colloquium is in line with Stillpoint's commitment to enable affiliated practitioners build an international community with other colleagues across linguistic, cultural and psychology-related denominational barriers. Strict rules of confidentiality with utter respect for the privacy of clients and for the sacredness of therapeutic work are upheld at these meetings operating as spaces for critical reflection and professional improvement.
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March 10

Friday

Location: Online
Time : 06.00pm CET, 12.00pm Eastern US

Psychecology: Online Webinar

Stillpoint Spaces Berlin will be hosting a 2-day exploration of depth psychological resources for the ecological and personal turnaround.

We will be livestreaming this unique lecture where we will explore the science of psychecology, an attempt to systematically consider both inner and outer dimensions alike. To join the livestream, simply purchase your ticket through the Paypal button above to get access to the online webinar.

When: Friday, 10th March - 18:00 - 19:30

For questions or comments, feel free to email us at berlin@stillpointspaces.com

Facilitated by Brigitte Egger, ecologist (Dr.sc.nat.ETH) and a Jungian training and supervising analyst at ISAP, with a private practice in Zürich. Brigitte explores the psychic and symbolic dimensions of collective issues and works at introducing this dimension into practical environment protection, thus building up the field of psychecology. She is interested in creativity at large and in lively ways to communicate depth psychological insights.
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February 20

Monday

Location: Online
Time : 07.00pm CET, 01.00pm Eastern US

Freud & The Arts: Webinar Series



Starting next Monday 20th February, Stillpoint Spaces Berlin will be hosting a 4-week long learning module focusing on the psychology of art and artist through the eyes of Sigmund Freud. We will also be livestreaming it online for those individuals who cannot attend the lectures in Berlin.

Dates

Monday, February 20th

Monday, February 27th

Monday, March 6th

Monday, March 13th

Times

Each lecture will start at 19:00 (CET) and finish around 20:30 (CET).

Lectures

Visit this page to learn more about the topics that will be explored and discussed in each lecture.

Cost: 40€ for the full webinar series

If you wish to watch the weekly online webinar, please email us at berlin@stillpointspaces.com or book your ticket through the Paypal button above. Your email will be added to our livestream list and you will be granted access to the weekly sessions online.

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May 19

Thursday

Location: Online
Time : 07.00pm CEST, 01.00pm Eastern US

The History of Psychoanalysis: Webinar series



The history of psychoanalysis is more controversial than the history of probably any other scientific discipline and is in fact emerging as a scientific discipline of its own. In just about 125 years, psychoanalysis has witnessed so many collaborations and rivalries, friendships and enmities, not to mention emigration and expansion or cultural domination and marginalization, that without the historical context it is impossible to understand any of the current trends.

In the same vein, various approaches to the history of psychoanalysis have been proposed: some authors chose the biographical, while others opted for analyzing various schools of psychoanalytic thought. In this lecture series, however, psychoanalysis will first be “dissected” and its individual strands will subsequently be reviewed in their development. Historical analysis will, thus, help us encounter various identities of this complex endeavor that psychoanalysis is, especially as we will, at the same time, try to synthesize achievements of its many paradigms.

The series would cover the following:

  • 1. Psychoanalysis as a treatment for mental disorders (Thursday 19th May, 19:00 - 20:30)

    From the times of “Anna O.” until today, psychoanalytic treatment has undergone many changes and even different paradigms can be discerned. Special emphasis will be put on the history of mutuality in psychoanalysis (the so-called “two-person psychology”).


  • 2. Psychoanalysis as a science (Thursday 26th May, 19:00 - 20:30)

    It may justly be said that Freud treated patients mostly in order to gain insights that would enrich his scientific work. But what kind of a science was it that he was developing – natural, hermeneutical, social, historical, archaeological...? We shall also discuss frequent dismissing of scientific ideals, critiques of psychoanalysis from this standpoint, and contemporary reapproachment.


  • 3. Psychoanalysis as a personality theory (Thursday 2nd June, 19:00 - 20:30)

    The first comprehensive scientific model of personality was offered by Freud. Over time, it was developed in all the aspects (structural, dynamic, economic, and developmental), only to be constantly revised in the domains of Object relations theory, Self psychology, and Relational psychoanalysis.


  • 4. Psychoanalysis as a developmental theory (Thursday 9th June, 19:00 - 20:30)

    Implicitly and explicitly, psychoanalysis has had huge impact on our understanding of development, from infantile sexuality to psychosexual stages in the early XX century, to the attachment and narcissism theories of half a century later. It is especially in this domain that new approaches originated from revolt against previous ones.


  • 5. Psychoanalysis as an applied discipline (Thursday 23rd June, 19:00 - 20:30)

    It was Freud's constant ambition to not only explain all facets of human culture, but to install psychoanalytic method at the core of all human sciences. Since Freud's correspondence with Wilhelm Fliess until today, psychoanalysts believe they are capable of interpreting arts, society, wars, etc., etc., albeit via different models, which have changed over time.


  • 6. Psychoanalysis as a profession (Thursday 30th June, 19:00 - 20:30)

    Most psychoanalysts are organized in institutes, societies and/or associations, the necessity of which is constantly contested. The first of those were founded more than a century ago, but for many the question remains the same even today: are psychoanalysts united as a workers union, scientific association or religious sect?


After attending the lecture series, participants will have the grasp of the complexity of psychoanalysis and of how its history influences current clinical and research trends.

Cost: 10€/session

50€/6 sessions

A link to the webinar will be provided the day before the lecture to all of those who sign up and a copy of the recording will be shared after each session.

Facilitated by Aleksandar Dimitrijevic, PhD, a member of Belgrade Psychoanalytical Society (IPA) and teacher of various courses on psychoanalysis at the University of Belgrade and International Psychoanalytic University in Berlin. He has presented at major international conferences and published many papers and edited books related to psychoanalysis, and is currently co-editing Teaching psychoanalysis in various contexts (with Professor Michael Buchholz; special issue of the “International Forum of Psychoanalysis”) and Ferenczi Tradition (with Jay Frankel and Gabriele Cassullo; Karnac Books).

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February 19

Friday

Location: Online
Time : 06.00pm CET, 12.00pm Eastern US

Price: Free

Book launch: Brandpsycho - Four essays on de:branding

An online webinar and discussion about the book Brandpsycho and the process of de:branding

Is contemporary consumer society fostering a branded culture that could be labeled psychotic? How is our individual imagination colonized by off-the-shelf fantasies promoted through global mass and social media? How to build resilience and avoid turning into a brand oneself? In this online webinar you are invited to be discussing these questions with author, psychoanalyst in-training Jakob Lusensky who just released the book Brandpsycho through The Zurich Laboratory. The conversation is facilitated by Stillpoint Spaces co-founder and psychoanalyst in-training Evangelos Tsempelis. The conversation will be interactive and we look forward to your participation.

More information and free first chapter is available on: brand-psycho.com

Purchase on Amazon: Brandpsycho on Amazon

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November 20

Friday

Time : 08.00pm CET, 02.00pm Eastern US

Price: Free

Online Mediation Event on the Paris Attacks

In the the wake of the recent horrific events in Paris, we will be holding an online event on Friday November 20th at 20:00 CET to explore together our feelings and thoughts in the face of this man-made calamity.

The Stillpoint community is committed to addressing contemporary events that define our times from a psychoanalytically informed perspective. During this 90 minute long experimental online gathering we will concentrate on giving voice and on providing testimony to respective responses to these acts while also exploring what their possible repercussions are in terms of individual and collective definitions of self and other.

The discussion will be facilitated by analytical psychologist and Paris resident, Alessandra di Montezemolo, and Stillpoint counselor, Evangelos Tsempelis.

No prior psychological training or knowledge is required to participate in this event.

To receive instructions as to how to gain access to this online space, please send a brief email request to: info@stillpointspaces.com

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August 28

Friday

Time : 08.30pm CEST, 02.30pm Eastern US

Price: Free

Stillpoint Forum 2015 in Berlin

28.8 - 30.8 2015 | Your invitation to the annual Stillpoint Spaces Forum in Berlin

Stillpoint Spaces invites you to a ‘Versuch’, an experiment in re-kindling the spirit of psychoanalysis before the age of standardization, medicalization and commodification has taken its complete toll on a poetic science.

During a three-day open forum, members of Stillpoint Spaces growing international community will be sharing their unfinished works, their incomplete ideas, loose ends and passions.

This will take place in Berlin. The city in where psychoanalysis was living as most wildly and freely in the early years of the 20th century with analysts and social activists as Otto Gross, Melanie Klein, Karl Abraham, Erich Neumann and Wilhelm Reich working in the city.

The three-day forum will in addition to seminars, workshops and include a Psychoanalysis on the street field trip, walking in the footprints of the cities psychoanalyst past; as we together explore the future of this rich tradition. The lectures and seminars will be held at Stillpoint Spaces in Berlin.



Der Versuch: Stillpoint Spaces Forum 2015

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July 04

Saturday

Time : 03.00pm CEST, 09.00am Eastern US

Price: Free

Mediation Online Event on the Greek Crisis

At these dramatic moments for Greece and Europe, Stillpoint Spaces would like to invite citizens from Greece, Germany and other countries in Europe and the world to partake in a 90 minute online mediation event. The purpose of this experimental event is to establish a space for thoughtful dialogue and reflection across dividing lines. Attention will be placed on listening to the "Other" with the aim of dealing with the tensions inherent to this moment of splintering and inner and outer division.

From a psychoanalytically informed perspective, we will work to identify together those questions which can address the current crisis and its repercussions at the level of our own subjective existence as we (possibly) face turmoil, anguish, rage, despair, consternation, denial, indifference, and/or internal division.

The event will be mediated by Stillpoint's Psychoanalytic counselor, Evangelos Tsempelis and take place Saturday July 4 at 3PM CEST and 4PM EEST (Greece).

To participate, please write to info@stillpointspaces.com a brief message with a description of your interest in this event.

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Relationships webinar

April 06

Monday

Time : 06.30pm CEST, 12.30pm Eastern US

Price: Free

Ensoulment in 21st Century Romantic Relationships

In 2013, filmmaker Lorís Simón Salum created a film that surveyed the Jungian principle of the feminine in Western culture through renowned experts from numerous fields of study. One of the explored areas was romantic relationships, the projections involved, and the underlying assumptions that potentially turn them into fairy tales or epic failures. Either it be online dating, movies or real life interactions, we are all influenced at some point from an outside view of what love and marriage means. In this webinar, Lorís will play excerpts of her film as well as behind-the-scene interviews that speak to the underlying problem in this generation’s perception of romantic relationships.

About Lorís Simón Salum

Lorís Simón Salum graduated from Rice University in Houston, TX with a BS in Psychology. In 2013 she released her the award-winning documentary, Ensoulment: A Diverse Analysis of the Feminine in Western Culture.

Lorís is currently the Creative Director of Literal Magazine, Latin American Voices, and founder and director of Literal's first short film competition, Literally Short Film Awards.

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March 20

Friday

Time : 06.00pm CET, 01.00pm Eastern US

Price: Free

What is psychoanalysis?

What is psychoanalysis? Is it a science, a treatment, a philosophy or an artistic perspective of life? What does psychoanalysis mean in the 21st Century? What do YOU feel and think when you hear the word psychoanalysis? A wealth of interesting perspectives were presented, when a group of around 40 people gathered in Berlin to discuss these questions, and it also became very clear that this is a topic so broad and so rich that a deepening discussion would be fitting. We therefore invite you to partake in an open conversation about the meaning of psychoanalysis in our lives and in society. It will take place in a safe, online space and will be free. After the webinar, you have the option of trying out a test session. Sign up for a free session by contacting info@stillpointspaces.com. No prior knowledge of psychology is needed.
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March 02

Monday

Time : 08.00pm CET, 02.00pm Eastern US

Price: Free

Schelling and psychoanalysis

Listen here: https://soundcloud.com/zurichlab/schelling-and-psychoanalysis

The relationship of German Idealist Friedrich Schelling's notion of the unconscious to the development of psychoanalysis is no longer in dispute. But the significance of that relationship is still open to interpretation. We must consider the possibility that we find in Schelling not only the seeds of Freudian, Jungian, or Lacanian psychoanalysis but also a theory of mental health, perhaps even an entire psychology, that stands on its own.

One way to test this hypotheis is by formulating in broad programatic terms the principles that would govern a Schellingian analysis. What we will discover is that the disputes which determine the evolution of psychoanalytical theory do not exhaust the origins of the movement in Romantic thought. On the contrary, possibilities lie concealed here which could be developed into a new approach to dynamic psychology, a resolutely metaphysical approach. Join professor in philosophy, Sean McGrath, in exploring how Schelling relates to psychoanalysis and what possibilities this relation opens up for.

Listen to the recording here: https://soundcloud.com/zurichlab/schelling-and-psychoanalysis

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December 19

Friday

Time : 06.30pm CET, 12.30pm Eastern US

Price: Free

Friendship in a time of individualism

An in-depth discussion of what friendship means to us


Though there’s consensus that friendship is an essential source of both happiness and support, it’s rare that we stop up to seriously discuss its different forms and implications.


What does friendship mean to a person’s mental wellbeing? What kind of friendship does the modern-day political landscape call for?


To explore such questions, Stillpoint Spaces invites you to share your thoughts and experiences of all kinds of friendships – from shallow, opportunistic alliances to deep and healing companionships.


Building on the insights of the successful meet-up in Berlin, the webinar opens up to a global discussion with the purpose of exploring different perspectives on friendships in a welcoming and respectful environment.


No prior knowledge of psychology is needed.

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December 11

Thursday

Time : 07.30pm CET, 01.30pm Eastern US

Price: Free

The Making of Ensoulment

An Exploration of the Jungian Principle of the Feminine with Lorís Simón Salum

When there is no judgment present, what is alive in you? What wants to be lived inside of you?"

A conversation about how the film Ensoulment came about. Furthermore, a discussion about where we have left the feminine in our lives, how we can regain it and how we can reintegrate it so as to maintain a balance in our daily routines.



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October 20

Monday

Time : 08.00pm CEST, 02.00pm Eastern US

Price: Free

Thinking psycho-therapeutically about the digital age

Applying psychodynamics to clinic and culture. An online webinar with Aaron Balick

Webinar recording available for listening here [click].

This webinar is for counselors, therapists and researchers interested in applying psychodynamics to culture and the clinic. Leading this webinar is Aaron Balick, PhD, a psychotherapist, cultural theorist, and author of The Psychodynamics of Social Networking: Connected-up Instantaneous Culture and the Self.

Aaron argues that the development of digital technologies, most notably the interactive Internet (Web 2.0) and the subsequent popularity of social networking, are a consequence and technological extension of our fundamental human selves. Because of this, we can utilize theories from depth psychology to understand how our primary unconscious desires and motivations are operational in a variety of ways online. Using tools from relational and contemporary psychoanalysis, Aaron will explore the meanings and consequences of our digital age in relation to both the individual, and digital culture at large.

In order to engage in a deeper discussion we recommend that prior to the webinar participants read Aaron Balick's article TMI in the transference LOL: Psychoanalytic reflections on Google, social networking, and 'virtual impingement'. This material will be sent to you after your registration.

After his presentation, participants will be encouraged to share their own experiences and theoretical perspectives in an open discussion format.

    What you can expect from this session:

  • Learn the implications of primary human motivations in the origin, development and popularity of digital technologies.
  • Explore the psychological and social implications in the online extension of ourselves and some of their consequences in clinical work.
  • Participate in a discussion with psychoanalysts and researchers about culture and clinic in the digital age.


About Aaron Balick:

Aaron is a psychotherapist and media consultant based in London. As an honorary senior lecturer at the Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies at Essex University and chair of The Relational School UK, he is also a leading researcher on the intersection of contemporary psychotherapy, culture, and technology. He deploys psychoanalytic theory to explain the impact and role that social media has in our lives.

Aaron was a contributor and consultant editor for the recently released book Psychotherapy 2.0: Where Psychotherapy and Technology Meet. As you can see from his blog at www.mindswork.co.uk – most of his work is committed to opening psychoanalytic approaches to dialogue with a wider audience.

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October 06

Monday

Time : 06.00pm CEST, 12.00pm Eastern US

Price: Free

Shaping our inner world and the creative process

A discussion around the use of art in the shaping and deepening of our inner world.

A discussion around the way in which our expressive talents and interests help us deepen and enrich our inner world with a presentation and description of some of Andrés' artwork and of the process through which it became an integral part of his creative process.

This workshop will be lead by Stillpoint Spaces counselor Andrés Ocazionez. No prior psychological knowledge or training is required in order to participate. The participation is free and you just need to register above. To attend, you need to be a registered client with Stillpoint Spaces.

What you can expect from this workshop:

  • To learn about the relationship between art and psychology.
  • To learn from the experience of a Jungian analyst who is integrating art into his life and work.
  • To participate in a space where we share experiences about the use of different forms of creative expressions in our inner processes.
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September 18

Thursday

Time : 06.30pm CEST, 12.30pm Eastern US

Price: Free

The Mystery of the Grail Wound

Exploring narcissism through the myth of the Holy Grail. An online workshop with Kenneth Kimmel

THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST, THE EVENT IS FULLY BOOKED NOW. Thursday the 18th of September at 6.30pm CEST we are gathering online to explore the myth of the Holy Grail as a narrative about narcissism. Leader of this exploration is Kenneth Kimmel, a renowned Jungian psychoanalyst and author of the critically acclaimed book, Eros and the Shattering Gaze: Transcending Narcissism.

The thirteenth century Grail Legend of Parzival by Wolfram von Eschenbach tells of a young knight’s quest to reunite with the Fisher King and heal his wound. From one perspective, it stands as a powerful Western metaphor for men’s transcendence of narcissism, entrapment in the mother complex, and depression. Parzival’s trial mirrors contemporary man’s encounter with the shadow that wounds his grandiosity. Deeper truths are revealed that expose the shame he must endure to heal his heart, learn to love, and become a man both humble and resilient. These ideas are presented through lecture, powerpoint imagery, and case presentation, based upon excerpts from Ken's book, Eros and the Shattering Gaze -Transcending Narcissism (Fisher King Press, 2011). Ample time for questions and discussion will follow.

Please note that this is an expert lecture and prior knowledge about psychoanalysis or narcissism is essential. The duration of this workshop is 90 minutes. It will include a lecture with presentation and discussion. It will take place over Fuze (www.fuze.com) and the registered participants will receive detailed meeting information by e-mail.

To partake in this workshop please register or email info@stillpointspaces.com if you have any further questions.

What you can expect from this workshop:
  • Learn more about how myth can be used to better understanding psychological wounding
  • Learn about the underlying psychological dynamics of narcissism and narcissistic wounding
  • Participate in a discussion with other psychoanalysts about what drives our narcissistic longings.


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      Kenneth Kimmel is a Jungian psychoanalyst, author, and teacher, maintaining a private psychotherapy practice in Seattle since 1984, and membership in the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts. He is the author of Eros and the Shattering Gaze: Transcending Narcissism. (Fisher King Press, 2011)

      Kenneth has engaged in a lifelong study of dreams and, in the last two decades, the mystical tradition of Kabbalah. New interests include contemporary ideas in philosophy, clinical understanding of ‘inter-subjectivity,’ and narcissism, and the interface of inter-analytical perspectives. He is a co-founder of the New School for Analytical Psychology.

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September 08

Monday

Time : 07.00pm CEST, 01.00pm Eastern US

Price: Free

Complexes we live by

An online discussion around complexes and how they affect our lives.

On September 8th we will be addressing C.G. Jung's theory of complexes and his word association experiment (WAE). This was an experiment that Jung developed in the early 1900s aiming to provide an indication of underlying unconscious psychic structures, i.e. complexes. We will be speaking about the experiment and how to make sense of it a century later. We will also be talking about complexes, what they are and how to live with them and not by them.

No prior psychological knowledge or training is required in order to participate.The participation is free and you just need to register above. To attend, you need to be a registered client with Stillpoint Spaces.

What you can expect from this session:
  • An introduction to the theory of complexes
  • Learn about the history and the practice of the Word Association Experiment conceived by C.G. Jung as a way to gauge the presence of unconscious psychic structures, i.e. complexes
  • Participate in a discussion that addresses the experience of living with complexes vs being lived by them.
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July 17

Thursday

Time: 06.00pm CEST, 12.00pm Eastern US

The language of Dreams

An online course in dream interpretation (includes free trial session)

Webinar recordings are available for listening here [click].

From the beginning of time, humans have been fascinated by their dreams. What is a dream? Does it have meaning and purpose? Is it a message of some kind, and if so, where do the messages come from? How do we learn to decipher the sometimes very strange images or dream sequences that are fantastical, alluring and also terrifying?

In this online course we will explore the particular language that dreams speak based on the Jungian perspective that there is a reality beyond human awareness and consciousness that seeks to communicate with us. Dreams tell us what we need to know about where we are in our lives, what our destiny might be calling us into, and the ways we can approach living out lives more authentically. Dreams speak to us in images that we can, with time and exquisite attention, learn to decipher.

By taking part in the "Participator Package" below you get access to 4 ninety minute sessions that each treat connected to dream interpretation. By signing up to the "Explorer Package" you also work individually with a counselor or therapist on your own dreams throughout the process. Click the "Trial Session" button below to try the first webinar for free. Scroll down further on this page to see the full content of the four different modules in this course. Email info@stillpointspaces.com if you have any questions about the course.
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July 16

Wednesday

Time : 06.30pm CEST, 12.30pm Eastern US

Price: Free

Crisis & Creativity

An free online workshop on the relation between crisis and creativity

In our ongoing mission to take psychoanalysis out on the streets we are now looking for individuals interested in joining us in an exploratory open-source psychological experiment on the topic of creativity and change.

Wednesday the 16th of July at 6.30pm CET we are meeting in an online on in a creative group and video-workshop, to deepen the exploration on the topic of creativity and change, a theme that was earlier this year explored at meetups in Berlin and Barcelona.

The first session is hosted by psychoanalysts in-training and Stillpoint counselors Evangelos Tsempelis and Jakob Lusensky who will hold the frame and lead the discussion but your active participation is asked for. No necessary psychological experience is needed. To partake in this experiment please register now or email info@stillpointspaces.com if you have any further questions.

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July 01

Tuesday

Location: Online
Time : 10.00am CEST, 04.00am Eastern US

Price: Free

A Psychotherapy for Today

A research project that investigates the provision of online depth psychotherapy.

Stillpoint Spaces has in partnership with PhD Aaron Balick and The Zurich Lab, engaged in an exciting new project that investigates the provision of online depth psychotherapy – a practice that is widely administered today, but as of yet, under-researched.

We feel that we are in a position to illuminate this quickly growing area using a qualitative psychoanalytic approach to the material. In essence, this means looking at the process of what is going on without getting lost in the content alone.

Read about the process here:

Part One

Part Two

Part Three

Part Four

Part Five

Image by Rafael Gautier

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