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Centre for Lacanian Analysis

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Centre for Lacanian Analysis
233 Mt Eden Road
Mt Eden, AUK
New Zealand
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http://www.lacan.org.nz/



Centre for Lacanian Analysis

The Centre for Lacanian Analysis was established in 2006 as the first New Zealand association of researchers and clinical practitioners whose focus stems from the psychoanalytic theories and orientation to clinical practices of Jacques Lacan. The Centre is a not-for-profit incorporated society and has formulated an annual program of seminars, lectures and clinical training sessions.

The Centre has a membership program, and current membership is composed of clinical practitioners, academic researchers, postgraduate research students, and individuals in professions, including those of visual arts and design, who have an ongoing commitment to engaging with the works of Lacan.

The Director of the Centre is Gustavo Restivo, an Argentinian-born Lacanian analyst who has established a clinical practice in Auckland over the past ten years. The Executive of the Centre also has Dr. Lucille Holmes, an academic researcher in the National Institute of Creative Arts and Industries at the University of Auckland, and a Lacanian analyst, and Associate Professor Mark Jackson, Associate Dean of Research and Postgraduate Studies in the Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies, at AUT University.

The CLA executive also includes Dr Chantal Degril who has a PhD in Psychology and is an analyst in training with the Australian Centre for Psychoanalysis. After many years working in psychiatric clinics and in the field of specialist education with children and adults, she now works in private practice. As well there is Gail Burrows, a psychoanalyst-in-training with the Centre for Lacanian Analysis and a secondary school Visual Arts educator; Professor Victoria Grace, Sociology and Gender Studies, School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Canterbury; Irene Lee, a PhD candidate in the Department of Film, Television and Media Studies at the University of Auckland and Dr Maria O'Connor, currently a Senior Lecturer in Spatial Design and Postgraduate Studies, in the School of Art & Design, AUT University. Her research engages aspects of psychoanalysis in relation to literature, philosophy and visual culture.

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