Open discussion meeting: How would you like the Danish Society to look in five years?
Søren Aagaard: Groupanalysis and Psychoanalysis — similarities and differences
Ole Andkjær Olsen (Dr. phil.): The history of psychoanalysis in Denmark
Anne-Marie Sandler (London): The London Clinic of Psychoanalysis: Yesterday, today and tomorrow
Anne-Marie Sandler: Clinical seminars
Anne-Marie Sandler: Seminars on intake of analysands and childpsychoanalysis
Bent Rosenbaum: How to conceptualize the psychosis
Ulf Stählberg: The thought is a strange feeling
Open discussion meeting: The training of the Danish Society
Søren Ulrik Thomsen (Poet): The creative process in writing poetry.
The public arrangement called “Psychoanalytic Debate” resulted in the following lectures:
Kleinian psychoanalytic concepts exemplified with the fairytale “Tommelise” by H.C. Andersen
The concept of the self in modern psychoanalytic theories
Psychoanalytic theories of Anorexia Nervosa
The past in the present — a case vignette
New perspectives in the treatment of anxiety and the rôle of psychoanalysis
The universe of the psychotic from a psychoanalytic point of view
The clinical seminars with Martin Miller and Ana Paulina Sauma (London) still enjoy high priority with the Society.
Of new initiatives can be mentioned a study group on Kleinian literature, an introductory course for young psychologists on psychoanalytic thinking and theories, and the appointment of an archivist: Otto Nyeborg.
At the general assembly in March 2001, 6 candidates were admitted to the Society as associate members. Gudrun Bodin succeeded Henning Paikin as President of the Society and Friederike Unger succeeded Susanne Lunn as Chairman of Psychoanalytic Debate.
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