As it has already been announced, the Second European Congress of Psychoanalysis(PIPOL 6) will take place in Brussels, on July 6th and 7th 2013, at the SQUARE Brussels Meeting Centre. It will be entitled: «After Oedipus: The Diversity of Psychoanalytic Practice in Europe». Two years after the EFP founding Congress held in July 2011, this second Congress will be a time of supplementary punctuation in this project which brings together the psychoanalytic community in Europe, and which constitutes a “material force” in our approach of politicians and officials at the European level. In a few days, we will begin to disseminate information about this major event. The arguments, texts, debates, practical information and other will be distributed primarily through the electronic list PIPOL NEWS, in the four languages of the EFP: French, English, Italian and Spanish. Currently this list reaches 1630 subscribers. If you have not yet subscribed to the list, we strongly encourage you to do so now, by sending a blank email to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org Also, if you have any questions or comments to pose to the instances of the EuroFederation, please do not hesitate to write to: email@example.com. We will pay attention to each email, one by one, and you will receive a reply.
On June 21, 1964 Jacques Lacan founded his School of Psychoanalysis with the aim of assuring the formation of psychoanalysts, the transmission of psychoanalysis, and the re-conquering of the Freudian Field. The New Lacanian School (NLS), created in 2003 by Jacques-Alain Miller, is one of seven Schools founded within the framework of the World Association of Psychoanalysis (WAP). The NLS is a member of the EuroFederation of Psychoanalysis (EFP) that regroups the four European Schools of psychoanalysis oriented by Freud and Lacan’s teachings.