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- Winnicott’s ideas in turbulent political times Dr. Amal Treacher Kabesh, Associate Professor, School of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Nottingham, UK reviews two books highlighting the value of Winnicott’s ideas in considering political current issues.
- Winnicott at the BBC. Newcastle, June 2018. ‘Hearing Winnicott’s voice added a new dimension to his work, where words on a page came alive and one could really get a sense of ‘where he was coming from’. There is much about the quality of Winnicott’s voice that added to the seminars…’ Jo Montgomery (Counsellor) reports on a seminar series using recordings and associated published lectures.
- The Emergence & submergence of authenticity. Manchester: November 2017 Michaela Edwards, Lecturer in Organisational Health & Wellbeing, Lancaster University, and Helen Ingham, Art Therapy Student, University of Chester, reflect on a study day exploring The True Self, The False Self and Transitional Processes.
- Aesthetics and the psychoanalytic frame. http://squiggle-foundation.org/resources/conference-reports/aesthetics-and-the-psychoanalytic-frame-madeleine-davis-lecture-2017/ Tessa Dalley, Chair of the Squiggle Foundation, reflects on Gregorio Kohon’s 2017 Madeleine Davis Lecture.
- Dr James Johnston reports and reflects on Squiggle’s 2016 Spring Lecture ‘Forgiveness: a gift at any cost?’
- “‘I AM’ – Vitality, Creativity, Destructiveness and the Value of Contributing: Winnicott’s unique view of Depression”. http://squiggle-foundation.org/resources/conference-reports/brogan/
- Conference Report There’s No Place Like Home: The Experience Of Uprootedness by Dr Katie Lewis Matthew Evans (Squiggle Trustee) reports on the February 2016 Squiggle North East event
- Donald Winnicott: The History of the Present November 2015 – a conference marking the new edition of Winnicott’s Collected Works eds Lesley Caldwell & Helen Taylor Robinson http://squiggle-foundation.org/resources/books-book-reviews/winnicotts-collected-works-2016-2/