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Britton, R. (2013). Meeting Ron Britton: At the Institute of Psychoanalysis, London, November 30, 2010 From the Series Encounters through Generations. Instit. Psa UK AV Proj. Videostream, 1(1):2.

(2013). Institute of Psychoanalysis UK Audio Video Project, 1(1):2

Meeting Ron Britton:
At the Institute of Psychoanalysis, London, November 30, 2010
From the Series Encounters through Generations

An Interview with:
Ron Britton

Chaired by:
Chris Mawson

Produced by:
The Institute of Psychoanalysis

Edited by:
Giovanni Polizzi

In Collaboration with:
Natasha Harvey, Fátima Martínez de Solar, Christine Miqueu-Baz, Kannan Navaratnem, Anne Patterson, Anne Ward and Maria Elena de Losada

Ron Britton discusses his entry into psychoanalysis, the psychoanalytical landscape back in 1970 when that happened and his training at the Tavistock Clinic and the British Institute. He also discusses the combination of art and science in psychoanalysis, redundant theories and the repetitiveness of nature. Britton takes questions from an audience on the whether the different theoretical models in psychoanalysis can influence the outcome of treatment, the future of psychoanalysis and the different attitudes and working of psychoanalysts in the UK compared to elsewhere. He also talks about how his own work as a psychoanalyst may have affected his personal life and his family.

[This excerpt is a short preview of the video. The full video and full transcript are available to subscribers.]

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