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Heath, A. (2015). Mind Your Mind, Episode 3: Road Rage (Defense Mechanisms). PEP Video Grants, 1(1):5.

The unconscious is a source of passion and depth. But it is silly and funny. And it gets us into all kinds of trouble. In Mind Your Mind episode 3, Road Rage, Dr Heath explores the everyday issues of empathy, hate, mature reactions, and “defensive driving”. The psychoanalytic concept of defence mechanism is explored, through the lens of an everyday experience in urban driving. Our unconscious comes out in the way we act; pay attention and be entertained!

Heath, A. (2015). Mind Your Mind, Episode 1: The Unconscious. PEP Video Grants, 1(1):3.

The unconscious is a source of passion and depth. But it is silly and funny. And it gets us into all kinds of trouble. In Mind Your Mind episode 1, The Unconscious, Dr Heath takes us on an adventure of dreams, slips of the tongue, patriotism, and the dangers of retail therapy. Our unconscious comes out in the way we act; pay attention and be entertained!

Heath, A. (2015). Mind Your Mind, Episode 2: Driven. PEP Video Grants, 1(1):4.

The unconscious is a source of passion and depth. But it is silly and funny. And it gets us into all kinds of trouble. In Mind Your Mind Episode 2, Dr Heath explores what drives us. It has to do with love, connection, and creativity. From the Psychoanalytic fields of Drive Theory and Object Relations comes this adventure of discovery. Our unconscious comes out in the way we act; pay attention and be entertained!

Heath, A. (2015). Mind Your Mind, Episode 5: A Book by its Cover. PEP Video Grants, 1(1):8.

How do our expectations color the way we see others? If we understand these expectations, we are able to understand ourselves, see our world more clearly, and free ourselves from the limits our expectations impose. In “A Book By Its Cover”, Dr Heath explores the way this affects an individual, and some of the reasons transference happens. Dr Heath also asks us to contemplate how projections and transference lead to such things as anxiety, shame, and even cultural effects like racism.

Heath, A. (2015). Mind Your Mind, Episode 4: Dreams. PEP Video Grants, 1(1):7.

What does that dream mean? In Mind Your Mind, Episode 4: Dreams, Dr Heath explores the depths of dream meaning. Does every dream represent a wish, in more or less disguised form? Dr Heath approaches that question, and talks about the disguises and the wish. As we go along on his journey, Dr Heath finds examples of dreams, and what they might mean.

Heath, A. (2016). Mind Your Mind, Episode 6: Ego-The It Factor. PEP Video Grants, 1(1):9.

Human beings have a mysterious source of passion, unconscious from our everyday experience. Likewise, we have a guide within us, that helps us know what is good and right, as well as what not to do. In Ego: The It Factor, Dr Heath takes us on a journey within ourselves to discover these aspects, named by Sigmund Freud as the Id and Super-Ego.

Winograd, B. (2014). Black Psychoanalysts Speak. PEP Video Grants, 1(1):1.

This film comprises material from the IPTAR hosted Black Psychoanalysts Speak Conference of 2012, and the IPTAR and The William Alanson White Institute hosted Black Psychoanalysts Speak Conference in 2013, also hosted by the Clinical Psychology Department of the New School for Social Research (with the support of NYU Post Doctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis). The film features interviews of the eleven Black psychoanalysts who participated in the conferences as well as two other participants. The film is intended to raise awareness of the need for greater openness and understanding of cultural and ethnic pressures in psychoanalytic training, in transferential and countertransferential interactions, and in the recruitment of people of coulour into psychoanalytic training.

These participants contend that psychoanalysis has a long history as a progressive movement devoted to the common good. Psychoanalysis asks us to examine the processes of self deception that perpetuate both individual unhappiness and social structures that are inequitable and oppressive. Yet psychoanalytic education has for the most part focused on training and treating the relatively privileged. The Black psychoanalysts here examine this dilemma and engage in a vibrant and thought provoking discussion about race, culture, class and the unrealized promise of psychoanalysis.

Palmer, S. (2015). Controversial Discussions for the XXIst Century. PEP Video Grants, 1(1):2.

Taking both its title and spirit from the ‘Controversial Discussions’ in the British Psychoanalytic Society which took place in wartime London after the death of Freud, ‘Controversial Discussions for the XXI Century’ looks at the history and legacy of the discussions regarded by Andre Green as ‘the most important document of the history of psychoanalysis’. Bringing up to date the original ‘Discussions’, the film examines contemporary understanding of ‘unconscious fantasy’ by leading Freudian and Kleinian psychoanalytic thinkers to examine areas of controversy and disagreement and bring the debate up to date in the light of recent advances in developmental psychology and neuroscience and promote the use of pep-web as a platform for dialogue across modalities.

Isserow, J. (2015). From Observation to Après Coup. PEP Video Grants, 1(1):6.

This video explores the controversial debate between Daniel Stern and Andre Green at a conference on the 1st November 1997 at UCL, under the auspices of the Psychoanalysis unit. The video visually explores the different epistemological position presented by the two speakers: On the one hand, that knowledge of psychic life may be gleaned from infant observation; on the other, knowledge of the unconscious may only be known, après coup, as afterwardsness, in an analysis. This video visually explores this debate and concludes with a discussion by psychoanalysts who have been respondents to this controversy in a formal capacity.

Allison, L. Palmer, R. (2013). The Technique of Psycho-Analysis - David Tuckett on Ella Sharpe. Univ. Colg. of London Videostream, 1(1):2.

Professor David Tuckett talks to Dr Elizabeth Allison of the Psychoanalysis Unit of University College, London about Ella Sharpe's classical clinical lectures given regularly at the Institute of Psychoanalysis and published in the International Journal. Films about 10 key papers in British psychoanalysis discussed by 10 eminent British analysts are currently in production - The Technique of Psycho-Analysis: I. The analyst, The Technique of Psycho-Analysis: III. Survey of defence-mechanisms in general character-traits and in conduct: evaluation of pre-conscious material and The Technique of Psycho-Analysis: V: anxiety: outbreak and resolution

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