The Strangerness Within by Jonathan Isserow (2015)

In this animation, four psychoanalysts explore the relevancy of psychoanalysis for contemporary life. A central idea that emerges is that psychoanalysis may provide a way of thinking deeply about parts of ourselves that we cannot know about. It also provides a way of understanding social, political and economic relationships and phenomena. Lastly, its status and value as a particular kind of science is briefly examined.

What is psychoanalysis?

What is Psychoanalysis? Part 1: Is it Weird? by The Freud Museum London (2015)

'What is Psychoanalysis?' is a 4-part educational film series for students and teachers.

Primarily aimed at A-Level Psychology students studying the 'psychodynamic approach', these films are intended to facilitate first encounters with Freud's thought.

IN THIS EPISODE:
Is psychoanalysis weird?
A talking cure
The unconscious
The ego is not master in its own house
Psychoanalysis and the 'cognitive approach'

More info: www.freud.org.uk/education/.

What is Psychoanalysis? Part 2: Sexuality by The Freud Museum London (2015)

An enlarged concept of sexuality
Infantile sexuality
Perversion is something we're born with
Normal and abnormal
Psychosexual stages of development: oral, anal, phallic
Repression
Sexuality and symptoms

More info: www.freud.org.uk/education/

What is Psychoanalysis? Part 3: The Oedipus Complex by The Freud Museum London (2015)

IN THIS EPISODE:
The emotional world of children
His Majesty the Baby
The mother as first love object
Is it sexual?
Jealousy, rivalry, hatred and anxiety
The role of the father
Gender: Freud didn't think you were just 'born a boy' or 'born a girl'
There is no perfect resolution of the Oedipus complex
It marks us for life

More info: www.freud.org.uk/education/

What is Psychoanalysis? Part 4: The Ego, the Id and the Superego by The Freud Museum London (2015)

IN THIS EPISODE:
A fractured self
Id, Ego, Superego
Why did Freud develop a new model?
Devils and angels
People fall ill of their moral ideals
A horse and a rider
The ego is like a politician
The goal of analysis is to stop the ego being so silly

More info: www.freud.org.uk/education/

© 2017 by Dr Sarron Goldman

Coolbinia and Kingsley, Perth, Australia

Tel: +61 8 6304-5824

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