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Lunn, S. Hämäläinen, O. Olsen, R. Lagerlöf, S. (2001). The Activities in the Scandinavian Societies 2000. Scand. Psychoanal. Rev., 24(1):54-57.

(2001). Scandinavian Psychoanalytic Review, 24(1):54-57

The Activities in the Scandinavian Societies 2000

Susanne Lunn, Olavi Hämäläinen, Roar Olsen and Sven Lagerlöf


13 January

Imre Szecsody (Stockholm): To become or be made a psychoanalyst

20 January

Solweig Johnsson: Membership paper

2 March

Susannc Lunn: Research in psychotherapy and psychotherapy as research

13 April

Martin Lotz: Early development, psychological research and psychoanalysis

25 May

Otto Nyeborg: Reflections on psychoanalysis and psychoanalyic psychotherapy

15 June

Gudrun Bodin: The history of the Danish Psychoanalytical Society

21 September

Tommy Tallberg: Affects as objects - a neuropsychoanalytical approach

26 October

Sverre Varvin (Oslo): Information about the restructuring of the IPA

6 November

Ludvig Igra (Stockholm): Your own ruin as a project - something about sadomasochistic relationships

23 November

Marie-Ange Wagtmann: Membership paper

7 December

Christian Braad Thomsen (Film director): Rainer Maria Fassbinder from a psychoanalytic viewpoint

The public arrangement called Psychoanalytic Debate, hosted the following lectures:

Christopher Gibson (London and Göteborg):

How does trauma effect the internal world

Gudrun Bodin:

To become a psychoanalyst

Søren Aagaard:

Processes of change - differences and similarities between psychoanalysis and group analysis

David Bell (London):

Primitive mind of state - a Kleinian perspective on psychoanalysis and society

Anna Danielsson Berglund:

The persistence of the dream 100 years after Freud's The Interpretation of Dreams

Judy Gammelgaard:

The dream as the main road to the unconscious

Clinical seminars for candidates and members continued with Martin Miller and Ana Paulina Sauma from the British Society - four seminars with each.

A low budget clinic has been established in order to help candidates to receive patients.

From March, the members of the board have been: Gudrun Bodin (president elect), Søren Graft, Tommy Gullberg, Flemming Warborg Larsen (treasurer), Susanne Lunn (secretary), Otto Nyeborg and Henning Paikin (president).

In June, the Society had the pleasure to host the 18th EPF Associate Members Seminar, which was attended by 38 associate members from 16 European countries.

At the end of 2000, the Society had 38 members and 25 candidates.


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