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Mothers and Daughters, a psychoanalytical perspective - Free talk

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60 Hills Road
Cambridge
Cambridgeshire
CB2 1LA

Tel: 01223561864

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Mothers and Daughters, a psychoanalytical perspective - Free talk

Date: Saturday 10th March 2018

Time: 2pm

Venue: Alliance Française Cambridge 

Price: Free - No booking required, come early!

Talk conducted in English by Iro Zoubopoulou for the International Women's Day

The mother-daughter relationship is decisive for the daughter’s life choices, as well as her development throughout her life. Form quite early, the mother is the one who provides the infant with food, safety, protection and comfort.

According to psychoanalysis, the mother is the first love-object of the daughter and, inevitably, the traits of this relationship will echo later in her life. This extraordinarily important relationship carries a deep complexity. The purpose of the talk is to illuminate and explain the dark, not so well known, sides of this unique relationship, using the psychoanalytic teachings of Freud and Lacan.

 

Iro Zoubopoulou is a practising psychotherapist of Lacanian orientation. 

 

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