• Love, hate and otherness in intimate relating.
Love, hate and curiosity about these emotions are part of a loving relationship and give life to the relationship.
• Climate Change, Nationalism, Academic Pressure and Social Media; what’s the impact on Adolescent development?
• Love through the eyes of Shakespeare:
the importance of love as an organising drive in the mind.
Following the presentations there will be a one hour and ten minute Open Forum Q&A panel session moderated by Rob Gordon.
Phil Stokoe and Mary Morgan will discuss, and then lead, an open forum on issues raised from all three presentations.
SATURDAY 15th MAY 2021
Speakers: Mary Morgan and Phil Stokoe (UK)
Date: Saturday 15th October, 2022
Time: 0830-1800 AEST
Venue: The Melbourne Brain Centre
Kenneth Myer Building
30 Royal Parade, Parkville
EARLY BIRD: $250.00 (Cut-off date: Monday 5th September. All other registrations by Wednesday 12th October).
CONCESSION: $195.00 (Pension card holders and full-time students under 35 years: I.D. must accompany registration). GST not applicable.
Freud Conference Committee
Chris Hill (AAGP)
Roslyn Glickfield (APAS)
Maryana Podreka (AAGP)
Gurli Hughes (Administrative Manager)
Damien Pierce (Media and Design)