XXIX Annual Meeting of the Portuguese Society of Psychoanalysis

(In)Finite Space: Psychoanalysis and intersection of places

March 15-16 2019
Faculty of Psychology – University of Lisbon – Portugal

Cartaz
Poster design: Luís Henriques

Portuguese Society of Psychoanalysis is organizing an annual meeting that will be held on March 15 and 16 2019, in Lisbon, under the title «(In)Finite Space: Psychoanalysis and intersection of places».

(In)Finite space, a dimension that evokes the infinitude of human creativity, an intermediate area between fantasy and reality, in which the human being is constructed and builds spaces: spaces of dialogue, with him and with the other, with other “spaces” where he lives.

Bringing this theme to the organization of a Meeting, we hope to create an opportunity – a “time-space in a liquid modernity” (Bauman, 2001) – to discuss the specific contribution of the psychoanalytic thought, as well as other areas related to culture, science and art, in the understanding of contemporary society and its vicissitudes.

Associating and articulating meanings, we will try to generate a reflective space of dialogue in order to enrich our understanding of subjective and intersubjective relations between different disciplines.

We hope to discuss topics such as: the globalization of information and communication as well as its influence on the construction of psychic space; mental space and its interconnection with the artificial intelligence and emotions; virtual space in the interaction with concepts of own space, corporality and identity; the place of the psychoanalytic setting as an intersubjective field, potential space of transformation and dream.

In the creative experience, we will listen and think, from the psychoanalytic and architectural point of view, what physical space, urban-space, as a place of singular and collective experiences and revivals, has to tell us.

We also want to ask ourselves about key issues in contemporary society, such as the migrants, immigrants and refugees phenomenon.

Please come and give your important contribution to make the XXIX Anual meeting a successful conference.
 
See you in Lisbon!

Program

Friday March 15

8h30–9h00
Registration

9h00 – 9h30
Welcoming words to XXIX Anual Meeting

9h30 – 11h00
Psychoanalytic Spaces: Articulating Meanings

Presenters:
Maria do Carmo Sousa Lima – Portuguese Society of Psychoanalysis (SPP)
Maria Fernanda Alexandre – Portuguese Society of Psychoanalysis (SPP)
Teresa Sá – Portuguese Society of Psychoanalysis (SPP)

Chair:
Teresa Salazar Leite – Portuguese Society of Psychoanalysis (SPP)

11h00 -11h30
break

11h30 -13h00
Conference
“The Spaces we live in: What is new?” (with translation)

Invited Speaker:
Martin Gauthier – Canadian Psychoanalytic Society (SPC)

Comments by:
Conceição Tavares Almeida – Portuguese Society of Psychoanalysis (SPP)

Chair:
Emílio Salgueiro – Portuguese Society of Psychoanalysis (SPP)

13h00 -14h30
lunch

14h30 – 15h00
Workshop “Spacialists Catching the Infinite” (Part I)

Moderators:
Luís Baptista – Architect
Madalena Folgado – Architect

15h00 h-16h00
Free Communications

Presenters:
Celeste Malpique – Portuguese Society of Psychoanalysis (SPP)
Anelise Hauschild Mondardo – Portuguese Association of Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (APPPP)
Teresa Santos Neves – Portuguese Society of Psychoanalysis (SPP)

Chair:
Henriqueta Martins – Portuguese Society of Psychoanalysis (SPP)

16h00 – 16h30
break

16h30 -18h00
Dream Space and the Emptiness

Presenters:
Manuela Fleming – Portuguese Society of Psychoanalysis (SPP)
Delfim Sardo – University of Coimbra
Fernanda Fragateiro – Plastic artist

Chair:
Rita Gameiro – Portuguese Society of Psychoanalysis (SPP)

17h30 – IPSO Suppervisory Group with Martin Gauthor (taking place at SPP, in English)

21h30
Workshop – “Analyst at Work – Convergences and Divergences” (English)

Presenters:
Martin Gauthier – Canadian Psychoanalytic Society (SPC)
Stefano Bolognini – Italian Psychoanalytic Society (SPI)

Comments by:
Cristina Fabião – Portuguese Society of Psychoanalysis (SPP)
João Seabra Diniz – Portuguese Society of Psychoanalysis (SPP)

Exclusive event to SPP members, held at SPP – Avª da República, 97-5º Lisboa, 1050-190 Portugal. Registration is limited to 40 participants. Includes social dinner at 8pm. Participants can apply through the registration form until January 30, 2019.

Saturday, March 16

9h30 -11h00
Mental Space and the Human to Become

Presenters:
Eng. Ana Paiva – Technical University of Lisbon
Orlando von Doellinger – Portuguese Society of Psychoanalysis (SPP)
Carlos Fiolhais – Físico – University of Coimbra
Luís Quintais – Antropólogo – University of Coimbra

Chair:
Maria Luís Borges de Castro – Portuguese Society of Psychoanalysis (SPP)

11h00 – 11h30
break

11h30 – 13h00
Conference
“Differences Among Interpersonal, Intersubjective and Interpsychic in Contemporary Clinic and Theory”

Presenter:
Stefano Bolognini – Italian Psychoanalytic Society

Comments by:
Maria José Gonçalves – Portuguese Society of Psychoanalysis (SPP)

Chair:
Rui Aragão Oliveira – Sociedad Portuguesa de Psicoanálisis(SPP)

13h00 -14h30
Lunch

14h30 – 16h00
A Place Called Home

Presenters:
Vasco Santos – Portuguese Society of Psychoanalysis (SPP)
Luísa Vicente – Portuguese Society of Psychoanalysis (SPP)
Tiago Pires Marques – Historian, Researcher

Chair:
Ana Catarina Duarte Silva – Portuguese Society of Psychoanalysis (SPP)

16h00 – 16h30
break

16h30-17h00
Workshop “Spacialists Catching the Infinite” Part II

Presenters:
Luís Baptista – Architect
Madalena Folgado – Architect

17h00-18h30
After Listening. The Integration of Space(s)

Presenters:
Rui Aragão Oliveira – Presidente de la Portuguese Society of Psychoanalysis (SPP)
João Seabra Diniz – President of the Portuguese Institute of Psychoanalysis (IPP)
Cristina Fabião – resident of the Oporto Training and Therapeutics Institute (IFTP)
Maria José Gonçalves – President of the Portuguese Society of Psychoanalysis (SPP) Teaching Commission

19h00h-19h30
Closing of the XXIX Annual Meeting

21h00
Social Dinner

The Organizing Committee
Edviges Guerreiro (Chair)
Maria da Conceição Simões
Ana Mónica Dias
Sofia Vilar Soares
Tiago Chagas,
Ricardo Rodrigues
João justo (FP-UL)

Scientific Committee
Rui Aragão Oliveira
João Seabra Diniz
Cristina Fabião
Maria José Gonçalves