Welcome to the on-line shop of The Sydney Institute for Psycho-Analysis (SIP). Available for purchase are voice recordings (mp3 format) of lectures and presentations given by SIP members, and speakers who have given lectures on behalf of SIP. In particular the recordings of the complete three year series of public lectures covering psychoanalytic theory and its development, offered by SIP between 1997 and 1999 are available, as are a number of other public lecture series.
Psychoanalytic Theory Lectures
This is a programme of public lectures given by members of the Australian Psychoanalytical Society for students in training. It was a three year programme from 1997-1999. Years one and two address theories and techniques from Freud, Klein, Bion, Winnicott and Fairbairn. Year three focus on topics such as infancy, pathological conditions and states of mind and psychoanalysis and culture.
Neville Symington Lectures
Available now in Power Point Format is the 4th Lecture in the Neville Symington Lecture Series.
Mind - Delving into the depths - A series of 6 Public Lectures by Neville Symington
These lectures are an attempt to delve deeper into the mind ... how might we understand the ways in which minds communicate with each other and what is it that obstructs such communication? The way we think about these things and the goals which need to be aimed for affects profoundly the way we communicate with our patients.
Controversial Discussions - a series of ten lectures by John McClean and Maurice Whelan
"The Controversial Discussions" was a name given to a series of meetings held in the British Psychoanalytical Society in London in the 1940's. But discussions of a controversial nature have been a feature of psychoanalysis since it was founded, and our contention is that if psychoanalysis ever ceases to be controversial that it will have ceased to be a viable force in people's lives.
The Sydney Institute for Psychoanalysis is pleased to announce a group of 5 lectures on Bion. "The human animal has not ceased to be persecuted by his mind and the thoughts usually associated with it - whatever their origin might be". Bion.