Zoom Workshop on the Psychoanalytic Work of Thomas Ogden
An Additional Optional Workshop to the Grotstein Memorial Lectures: March 18, 2020, 7:15 - 9:00 PM
In preparation for Peter Goldberg's March 26th lecture, Joseph Aguayo is also giving an optional workshop via Zoom Conferencing for those of who are either new or would like to review key aspects of the psychoanalytic work of Thomas Ogden, whose own work is an important part of Italian Field Theory.
Joseph Aguayo will discuss two key Ogden papers:
(1) T.H. Ogden, (1994). ‘The Analytic Third: Working with Intersubjective Clinical Facts.’ Int. J. Psychoanal., 75: 3-19;
and (2) T.H. Ogden, (2004). ‘On Holding and Containing, Being and Dreaming.’ Int. J. Psychoanal., 85: 1349-1364.
Admission is free for those registered for the Grotstein Lectures.
Dr. Goldberg's lecture, An Overview of Thomas Ogden’s Post-Bionian Contribution, on March 26th, is Part 1 of the three part Grotstein Memorial Lecture series. If you haven't yet registered, simply click here: The 2020 James Grotstein Memorial Lectures: Exploring the Post-Bionian Development: Italian Field Theory and Technique, or return to the calendar and click on March 26th. All three lecture dates can be accessed for registration through that date.
This meeting will take place on Wednesday, March 18th on Zoom. To attend, log in at 7:15pm on March 18, using this meeting link:
Join Zoom Meeting: https://zoom.us/j/886078557
Meeting ID: 886 078 557
We are logging in at 7:15 to troubleshoot any issues and will begin the conference at 7:30.
If there are any further questions, please feel free to contact: Joseph Aguayo (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Joseph Aguayo, PhD, is a Training and Supervising Analyst at the Psychoanalytic Center of California, a Member of the New Center for Psychoanalysis, and in private practice in West Los Angeles. He is also a Guest Member of the British Psychoanalytical Society in London. Forthcoming publications include Introducing the Clinical Work of W.R. Bion. Based on a series of 16 video lectures given to Chinese students of psychoanalysis, the main focus of the book is a close examination of both how Bion went about his work in the consulting room—and how he theorized his findings in a revision of the Kleinian and Freudian traditions. Recent presentations include participation on two Bion panels at the July 2019 International Psychoanalytic Congress in London. In February 2020, he presents a paper on “Bion’s approach to group dynamics” as part of the Oral History Workshop at the Winter Meetings of the American Psychoanalytic Association in New York City.
No Continuing Education Credits Offered for this Event