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Susman, D. Ward, A. (2013). Training to be a psychoanalyst. Instit. Psa UK AV Proj. Videostream, 1(1):3.

(2013). Institute of Psychoanalysis UK Audio Video Project, 1(1):3

Training to be a psychoanalyst

Directed by:
Dan Susman and Anne Ward

Giovanni Polizzi, Maria Elena de Losada, Natasha Harvey, Fátima Martínez de Solar, Christine Miqueu-Baz, Kannan Navaratnem, Anne Patterson, Anne Ward

Directorial Assistant:
Christine Miqueu-Baz, Anne Patterson, Katya Golynkina

Michael Brearley, Catalina Bronstein, Josh Cohen, Chris Hilton , Caroline Polmear

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The Institute of Psychoanalysis

A selection of short interviews with Michael Brearley, Josh Cohen, Catalina Bronstein and Caroline Polmear from the British Society about what it is like to train as a psychoanalyst at the Institute of Psychoanalysis in London and the place of UK psychoanalysis in the modern world. The Institute has been one of the oldest and longest established centres of psychoanalysis since before Freud emigrated to London at the beginning of the last century to avoid Nazi persecutions shortly before his death. The interviews also look at the strong tradition in the British Society of people from varied and often non-clinical backgrounds coming to train as analysts and the benefits the different kinds of experience can provide.

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