The child and adult psychoanalyst Frances Thompson Salo is a member of the British Psychoanalytic Society, Chair of the Committee of Women in Psychoanalysis (COWAP; IPA), the immediate past President of the Australian Psychoanalytical Association and a training analyst with her own practice. Furthermore, Frances Thompson Salo is Associate Professor and Honorary Principal Fellow, Department of Psychiatry, University of Melbourne, as well as Affiliate Researcher in the Murdoch Children's Research Institute and a member of the teaching staff at the University of Melbourne, where she focuses on infant and parent mental health. She has also worked for many years as a Consultant Clinician in the Centre for Women's Mental Health at the Royal Women's Hospital.
Frances Thompson Salo will speak about her psychoanalytical work in a maternity clinic and in a neonatal unit, where she is in charge of parents with their infants and is thus in a position to provide insights into psychoanalytical early intervention methods.
Her research work focuses on the parent, infant and toddler field.
Date: Monday, 29 July 2013, 16.00 to 18.00
Location: IPU Berlin, Stromstraße 2, Seminar Room 1-2, 10555 Berlin
Registration to attend is requested at katja.thiele(at)ipu-berlin.de
An application for certification credit points has been submitted
In addition at 20.15 she will hold the following lecture
A Child's Search for Truth: What Psychoanalysis Offers a Child with Autistic Defences