NSWIPP Seminars & Events

Monthly Clinical Meeting (for Members & Associates)

  • The Monthly Clinical Meeting is open to all members and offers a regular forum to come together and present, think about and discuss clinical work in the interest of broadening, strengthening and deepening psychoanalytic understanding.

Recent NSWIPP Scientific Meeting Seminars (for Members, Associates, Guests, Affiliates & Trainees)

  • A Historical and Phenomenological study of Bradley Gardens Therapeutic Community 1980-1984. Presented by Kylie Innocente Monday 22nd November 2021
  • Feed and Read: A psychodynamic lens on 5 years of Volunteer consultation to an innovative Child and Family Centre in rural Tasmania. Presented by Dr Penny Jools and Brad Freeman Monday 27th September 2021 at 7.45pm
  • Bion and the Apophatic Tradition On Not Knowing in Psychotherapy – Presented by Dr Judith Pickering (23rd August 2021)
  • The Myth of Aesclepius and Its Relevance Today – Presented by Dr Anne-Marie Swan (26th July 2021)
  • A Stranger comes to Town What’s New in Neuroscience and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy? – Presented by Dr Michael Moore (28th June 2021)
  • Infant Observation under Covid! – A forum presented by trainees of the 2019 training group (24th May 2021)
  • Finding fluid conversation in our theorising about transgender certainties – Presented by Katina Ellis (26th April 2021)
  • From Politics to Poetry – Presented by Dr Anna Hueneke  (22nd March 2021)
  • Should I Stay or Should I go? – Presented by Dr Michael Moore (23rd November 2020)
  • Shared Creativity and Other Relational Aspects of Art Therapy – Presented by Liz Fitzgerald (28th Sept 2020)
  • Reinventing Myself- Reflections on life, change and dynamic interpersonal therapy – Eva Balint (24th August 2020)
  • Adjunctive Therapies: Quantitative Electroencephalography (QEEG)- Guided Neurofeedback Treatment – Presented by Barbara Boyer (22nd June 2020)
  • EMDR as an Adjunctive Therapy for Complex PTSD – Presented by Julian Zanelli (27th April 2020)
  • Projective Identification: From parent and child work to adult therapy – Presented by Celia Conolly (23rd March 2020)
  • Adjunctive Therapies: Breathing with Heart Rate Variability Biofeedback – Presented by Elana Cohen (24th February 2020)
  • Psychoid structures and processes: Being and becoming in the consulting room – Presented by Julia Meyerowitz-Katz (24th June 2019)
  • The day the frame blew away: Art therapy in Aboriginal pre and primary schools in rural NSW – Presented by Julia Sideris (27th May 2019)
  • The stickiness of being with you- Presented by Mandi Hill (22nd October 2018)
  • A Quiet crisis in the consulting room: Everything/ Nothing that is said here is confidential – Presented by Julia Meyerowitz-Katz  (25th June 2018)
  • The history of Indigenous and non-Indigenous Relations and its relevance to Australian psychoanalytic psychotherapists – Presented by Donna Jacobs (26th March 2018)
  • Bearing Witness: learning from survivor voices at the Child Abuse Royal Commission- presented by Julie Blyth (26th February 2018)
  • Dr Werner Tschan: How to Protect Against Boundary Violations in Professional Organisations (14th November 2017)
  • Thinking about Projective Identification – presented by Liz Kerr (25th September 2018)
  • When Freud meets Buddha- integrating Analytic Psychotherapy and Buddhist Psychology – presented by Eng-Kong Tan (28th August 2017)
  • Ethical Issues and Dilemmas arising in the clinical situation: A discussion – facilitated by Joanne Barnes (22nd May, 2017)
  • Postcard from Melbourne: My experience of Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy (DIT) training – Presented by Dr Michael Moore (27th March 2017)

Other Events

  • Contemporary Perspectives: Siblings & Therapeutic Processes – presented by Sally Young & Peter Blake (3rd November 2018)
  • Isla Lonie Memorial Lecture- Working at the Extreme Edge; The Legacy of Donald Winnicott – presented by Anne-Marie Swan (28th October 2017)
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