Freud's Fifth Lecture
In this short lecture Freud starts by reiterating and emphasising the importance and presence of sexuality, which he has said in his fourth lecture. He goes on to talk about how and in which various and different ways these sexual needs may or may not be satisfied. We will look at his words, albeit in translation, what and how he said what he said in 1910 and its bearing for us today.
This series of lectures focuses on Freud's five lectures on psychoanalysis which he gave at Clark University in 1909 at a midpoint in his long career and which summarised concisely his work up until that time.
Gillian Baker- First qualified as a doctor and worked in paediatrics at Paddington Green Children's Hospital where Winnicott had a presence. She was then a GP using Balint work and psychoanalytic understanding. This was followed by psychosexual training with the psychoanalyst Tom Main. She trained as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist with the former BAP and in 2012 qualified as a psychoanalyst with the BPA. She is now in private practice and also does some psychosexual work in the NHS
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