LOCUS

LOCUS (Lacanian Orientation Center of the United States)

The Mission of LOCUS is to transmit the teachings of psychoanalysis in the Lacanian Orientation in the United States through creative and pragmatic programs that present the theory and practice of psychoanalysis as invented by Sigmund Freud, elaborated by Jacques Lacan, and oriented by Jacques-Alain Miller.

The Center offers courses for anyone with an interest in Lacanian psychoanalysis, with an explicit intent to provide teaching to participants in other programs of Lacanian Compass. These courses are offered not only to individuals already on a path of clinical training, but also to anyone interested, including those college students who have discovered an interest in psychoanalysis, so as to provide a path by which to explore this interest and potentially pursue clinical training.

Classes are held weekly on Tuesdays at 8 PM, Eastern Time.
These courses are open and have a fee.

Advisor: Alexandre Stevens, Daniel Roy (NLS President)

Faculty: Maria Cristina Aguirre, Isolda Alvarez, Juan F. Arango, Alicia Arenas, Jeff Erbe, Nancy Gillespie, Liliana Kruszel, Cyrus Saint Amand Poliakoff, Thomas Svolos, Karina Tenenbaum (Members of the World Association of Psychoanalysis).

LOCUS APPLICATION

Academic Year 2022-2023 Course: "In the Beginning of Psychoanalysis is the Transference"

Part I: Oct 4 – Dec 13

Freud’s “Discovery” of the Transference
The Transference in Practice
The Debate on Countertransference
Transference and Love
Negative Transference

Part II: March 7 – May 9

The Sujet Supposé Savoir
Desire of the Analyst
Transference in the Era of the Other that Does not Exist
Transference in Psychosis

There will be 20 classes total for the academic year, held on Tuesdays, from 8:00 pm to 9:30 pm Eastern Time

Course Faculty:  Maria Cristina Aguirre, Isolda Alvarez, Juan F. Arango, Alicia Arenas, Jeff Erbe, Nancy Gillespie, Liliana Kruszel, Cyrus Saint Amand Poliakoff, Thomas Svolos, Karina Tenenbaum (Members of the World Association of Psychoanalysis).

LOCUS requires an interview with a member of the LOCUS Council for new participants in course.

Registration Deadline: Sept 30th

Semester (fall 2022 or spring 2023) Registration Fee: $ 350
Student Semester Registration Fee: $150*
* Up to 28 years old with a current university student ID.

Full Adacemic Year (fall 2022 and spring 2023) Registration Fee:$ 600
Student Full Academic Year Registration Fee: $200*
* Up to 28 years old with a current university student ID.

* IF YOU ALREADY PARTICIPATED IN OUR FALL COURSE AND WOULD LIKE TO REGISTER NOW, WRITE LOCUS@LACANIANCOMPASS.COM TO RECEIVE YOUR CODE.

* LOCUS PARTICIPANT PORTAL HERE

The full program and bibliography will be sent to the registered participants. LOCUS is an initiative of Lacanian Compass, an Associated Group of the New Lacanian School.

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Please click the buttom below if you would like to participate in LOCUS. A Member of the Lacanian Compass Council will contact you regarding an interview.