Psychoanalysis in Central London
In English, French and Persian
M.D, M.A Psychoanalysis
Analyst member of CFAR (Centre for Freudian Analysis and Research)
President of The College of Psychoanalysts UK (CP-UK)
Lacanian Psychoanalysis from Clinic to Culture
Using examples from cinema, artificial intelligence, and clinical and cultural references, the book covers major topics within the field, including dreams, the mirror phase, psychosis, hysteria, the position of the analyst, the drive, supervision and the symptom. Each is set within the context of our technologically oriented, market-based society and complemented with empirical vignettes. The book’s final section examines contemporary society and radicalization.
Life can be full of uncanny sensations or unpleasant feelings. These feelings sometimes become unbearable and overwhelming, making each day a challenge.
There are many different potential causes for our distress. Sometimes they can stem from confusion over choices we are forced to make, or from the questions that arise when we think about who we are, or what we want. Our suffering can manifest in a number of ways.
As clinical conditions:
- Anxiety and Depression
- Mood swing
- Eating problem
- Sexual or Relationship difficulties
- Self-esteem or Identity issues
- Insomnia or Sleeping problems
As distressing feelings:
- Stress, Panic
- Boredom, Agitation
- Fear, Anger
- Confusion, Helplessness
- Shyness, Embarrassment
- Guilt, Jealousy, Envy
- Sadness, Grief
Finding a safe, welcoming space to address a painful or peculiar experience in life can be challenging. When we ask for help, we have already made a choice to pursue a change. If you have made this choice, psychoanalysis can be one possible route to understanding the cause of your problem, while also offering effective treatment.