Transference, Transgenerational, Transgender: A Psychoanalytic Approach to Sexuality in the 21st Century

  • Award: Certificate of Attendance and Participation. CPD: 6 hours

  • Cost: €95.00 (15% discount for IICP Students / Alumni and VCS Counsellors)

  • Date: 25th April 2021

  • Time: 9:30am – 4:30pm

Course Content

This one-day seminar for professional practice explores how various aspects of “trans” are essential to considerations of sexuality. While trans is linked to gender today, it is implicated in transgenerational and transferential aspects of clinical and therapeutic work.

Seminar will include:

  • Developing a knowledge of transference, transgenerational, and transgender issues and exploring how they impact on clinical work today.
  • Assessing how knowledge of these themes and considering their application is invaluable in directing the treatment, as distinct to directing the client.
  • Seminar includes psychoanalytic theory, short case studies, and analysis of key themes and their significance.
  • Emphasis will be on participation and group discussion.
  • Short readings will be made available in advance to participants.

Date:

  • Sunday 25th April 2021

Time:

  • 9:30am – 4:30pm

Who Should Apply:

  • This course is intended for therapists, mental health practitioners and for those professionals who would like to know more about the subject area.

Award:

  • Certificate of Attendance and Participation
  • CPD: 6 hours

Cost:

  • €95.00 (15% discount for IICP Students / Alumni and VCS Counsellors)

Online Classroom Delivery

Our online classes are run as tutorials, that involve students and their lecturer logging into our online portal Zoom™ simultaneously.

Zoom™ provides and integrative online environment for students and Lecturers to interact and engage in the learning. This platform facilitates discussion polls, sharing of slides, videos resources and much, much more.

To foster more intimate learning environments the use of breakout rooms is also implemented, allowing for the safe and experiential triadic learning practice that we have found so successful.

All of our sessions are accessible through computer and mobile devices and we have a structured and robust technology department to support all faculty and students through their online learning journey. To encourage flexibility, and ss best practice, we also record all our sessions, these are made accessible only to the students in that class to review content whenever is convenient to them

Getting Started

Please note due to the current Covid -19 restrictions, our office team are working remotely. Therefore we would encourage you to apply online for speedy process of your application. Should you have any questions in relation to making your online application please contact Triona on 086-0499154.

Simply click the below button to be brought to our online application process. When prompted, please select ‘CPD Short Term’, then select ‘Psychoanalysis & Sexuality in the 21st Century’ and complete the form.

Online Application Form

If you have any trouble at any stage of the application please click here to get in touch and we will be happy to help.

Why attend this CPD Course?

  • Open to practitioners seeking an introduction to a psychoanalytic understanding of sexuality

  • Short readings will be made available in advance to participants.

  • Emphasis will be on Participation & Group Discussion

  • Offers participants ways of incorporating psychoanalysis into their clinical practice.

About the Programme Facilitator

Dr. Eve Watson
Dr. Eve WatsonIICP Module & CPD Lecturer
Eve Watson (PhD, MICP, RegPract APPI) is a psychoanalytic practitioner working in Dublin’s city centre, and is involved in teaching and training in psychoanalysis, psychotherapy and teacher education. Her recent book (w/ Dr. Noreeen Giffney) is Clinical Encounters in Sexuality: Psychoanalytic Practice and Queer Theory (Punctum, 2017) and she has a book chapter on children and transsexuality in Lacanian Psychoanalysis with Babies, Children and Adolescents (Karnac, 2017) and forthcoming on female sexuality in Lacan’s Ecrits: A Reader’s Guide, Vol. 2 (Routledge, 2018). She is currently the editor of Lacunae, the International Journal for Lacanian Psychoanalysis, a peer-reviewed journal, and is a member of the Association for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in Ireland (APPI).