Note: Up to 10 CCM associate fellowships will be offered to participants from countries in the former Soviet Union or what were its previous satellites.Associate fellow receive a 50 Euro reduction in their fee.Registration is normally restricted to members of the International Psychoanalytic Association (IPA) and some invited guests and candidates.If you are a candidate or not a member of the IPA please contact one of the moderators or email The meeting will mainly consist of moderated small group clinical workshops discussing a presenter's method of doing psychoanalysis in one case (usually through two sessions) in depth.Others feel this will obliterate any specific distinction between psychoanalysis and psychotherapies.
On Saturday afternoon, we will elaborate our thinking on some topics and hope to facilitate discussion in the groups by feeding back some of the core issues relevant to the theme.
This will also make your travel and accommodation more reasonable.
The fee covers participation in all events and coffee and snacks during the meeting Participants make their own arrangements about meals and accommodation.
The workshops last for about ten hours in total and use the CCM method of discussion.
The workshops are informed by the ongoing work of the CCM Association moderators for the past fifteen years.
Saturday Evening An informal self-service buffet will be arranged for all those attending the meeting who wold like.
You will receive an email invitation near the event.
Vienna is an easy city to visit with good cafes and restaurants and many excellent museum. Our meeting place is very central and at walking distance from: City Centre, Stephans Dome, Imperial Castle: , so please apply early.
Presenters have to be arranged well ahead for these workshops and so we wish to incentivise those registering early.
es lonely pain that we thought analysts were experiencing as they were exposed to their patient’s behaviour or stories in session.
Pain in the analytic session, it seems, known or hidden, is experienced in many and varied ways – sometimes apparently paralysing the analytic process and sometimes becoming transformed to be used as an opportunity for progress.