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This listing includes upcoming events presented by the CPS and its branches.

Listings for each branch are indicated by colour as follows:

  • Canadian Psychoanalytic Society (CPS)
  • Ottawa Psychoanalytic Society (OPS)
  • Quebec English Branch (QEB)
  • Société psychanalytique de Quebec (SPQ)
  • Société psychanalytique de Montreal (SPM)
  • Southwestern Ontario Psychoanalytic Society (SWOPS)
  • Toronto Psychoanalytic Society (TPS)
  • Western Branch Canadian Psychoanalytic Society (WBCPS)

September 2021

September 16 – SPM, La cure de parole ou les destins de la représentance ou les formes de l’expérience psychique.

September 18 – TPS, 22nd Annual Day in Applied Psychoanalysis

September 22 – TPS, Analytic Safety: Navigating the Shifting Sands – A Relational Perspective

September 23 – QEB, Some Problems Encountered by Most Psychoanalytic Societies: Examining the Complex Dynamics Through a Psychoanalytic Lens.

September 25 – OPS, Gender as an Emotional Situation


October 2021

October 2 – WBCPS, Releasing the Gordian Knot: Working with the Encapsulated Representation of a Parent

October 14 – SPM, « Nous avons toujours été ainsi » … Vraiment? :La causa sui de la réponse interprétative primale de l’enfant.

October 21 – QEB, The Concept of Failure in Psychoanalysis: Bad Faith, Technique and Complex Kindness

October 23 – TPS, Re-reading Jean Laplanche: For a Queer Gender Metapsychology


November 2021

November 6 – QEB, Annual Symposium – Transgender Identities: A Contemporary Psychoanalytic Exploration

November 11 – SPM, The shape of the thing to come : Wilfred Bion’s and Serge Doubrovsky adventures in language (Le texte sera traduit et discuté en français).

November 13 – TPS, 52nd ATPPP Scientific Session

November 18 – QEB, They Think They Find Themselves: Radical Violence and Narcissistic-Identity Suffering

November 20 – TPS, Ruthless: Winnicott, Fanon and Decolonial Struggle


December 2021

December 8 – TPS, On Psychoanalytic Supervision

December 9 – SPM (with QEB), Discussion théorico-clinique à partir des travaux d’Ofra Eshel sur « Les patients difficiles ».

December 9 – QEB (with SPM), The « Difficult » Patient Through the Works of Ofra Eshel: A Clinical Encounter

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