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Jeanne Magagna Lecture

Sydney Institute for Psychoanalysis invites you
to attend a lecture by Dr. Jeanne Magagna

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Chair: Ms. Ruth Mooney

This presentation will elucidate the application of Dr. Meltzer’s supervision and in particular his thoughts described in the Psychoanalytic Process  (Meltzer, 1967).  The clinical work will describe aspects of hope, the concept of time and the gradual emergence of reparative and creative capacities in a six year old psychotic girl. The presence of symbolising capacities throughout  the course of therapy will be shown.

Day & Time: Thursday, March 9th at 8 pm
Cost: $55 incl. GST
Venue: Sydney Institute for Psychoanalysis
5 Penshurst Street, Willoughby NSW 2068
Enquiries: louisehird@bigpond.com


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About Dr Jeanne Magagna
Jeanne-Magagna-Trustee-photo1Jeanne Magagna received her doctorate from a joint program of the University of East London and the Tavistock Clinic. Recently she has served as the Head of Psychotherapy Services at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, and as Consultant Psychotherapist  at the Ellern Mede Centre for Eating Disorders. She started and headed Centro Studi Martha Harris Observation Courses involving MA from Tavistock Clinic  and Child Psychotherapy Trainings in Florence and Venice Italy for many years. Her professional interests include  preventative work with infants, eating disorders, self-harm She has taught, either in person or by Skype, on most  continents. Her publications include editing or jointly editing Universals of Psychoanalysis, The Silent Child: Communication without Words, Intimate Transformations;  Babies with their Families, Understanding Your Nursery Age Child; Psychotherapy with Families and  Creativity and Psychosis in Exceptional People.

                             
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