Unlocking Creativity Through Psychoanalysis

1999 Potential Space: Psychoanalysis and Creativity in the Winnicottian Spirit

Posted on: October 28th, 2013 by Brasco Marketing No Comments

March 13-14

Potential Space: Psychoanalysis and Creativity in the Winnicottian Spirit | Download Brochure

 

“Potential Space” is the cradle of creation.  Its discoverer, psychoanalyst and pediatrician D. W. Winnicott, defined this as an intermediate area between -psychic reality and “actual” or external reality.  The safety and trust provided in this area allow illusion and paradox to flourish.  Playing, mothering, creating, psychotherapy, and cultural experience all happen here. This conference, like our others, aims to create “Potential Space” where our speakers’ presentations and our audience’s questions and comments will be mutually enhancing.”

 

Lucy Daniels Inman, PhD

An Overview

 

Robert Rodman, MD

“Winnicott’s Odyssey”

“Language and Gesture”

 

W. G. Clark, AIA

“Inside/Outside”

 

Donald Kuspit, PhD

“Art Solves Nothing and Everything: Winnicott’s Use of Art and Ambivalence Toward the Artist”

 

 

Tom Mann, composer

“Sound, Improvisation, and Freedom to Create”

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