Penny Georgiou

Contact Details:

Telephone: 02077 994803
Mobile: 07708 791880
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Practice Rooms:

Central London – Bloomsbury

Nearest Stations:

Underground Tottenham Court Road, Goodge Street, Holborn

Fees:

Subject to Status

Training / Qualifications:

Psychoanalyst
New Lacanian School of Psychoanalysis (NLS) and the World Association of Psychoanalysis (WAP)
BA, MA

Memberships:

World Association of Psychoanalysis
New Lacanian School of Psychoanalysis
BACP

Interests and Research:

My work has introduced me to many people, each presenting with varied conditions. Each human being also brings their particular desire and range of talents, although these are not always initially discernible heard articulation of anguish. In taking up each demand to work at it’s point of originality, the door opens for the human subject to hear themselves and the undertaking of real work begins to unfold.

One axis of my experience has led me to pay attention to the inhibiting effects of anguish on the ability to learn and to complete work in a systematic way; for example, as expressed in conditions such as Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, ADD, ADHD, and Austism Spectrum Conditions, including Aspergers’ Syndrome.

On another axis: The contemporary and now well-recognised phenomenon of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)  none-the-less maintains its devastating and perplexing insistence; pinning a vanquished subject to an explicit moment of real.

Hypothesis: Attention to the structure of this experience for each analysand can yield valuable and original instruction regarding their subjectivity as well as to their potential horizons for exit from it’s enclosure.

I convene the Lacanian Forum in London, inviting participation from those who want to know something about psychoanalysis in the Lacanian orientation. Seminars currently scheduled include Investigating Psychopathology: Reading Lacan Reading Freud.

Languages:

Treatments in English and Greek.

Penny Georgiou

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