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Linking Seminar is this Saturday!

Hi Everyone, I wanted to send you all a reminder that the Linking Seminar of the Chicago Vector of the Lacanian Compass is happening this Saturday 11/11. The doors to the event will open at 9:00 am and we will start presenting content promptly at 10:00 am. In the email below, you should be able to find information about everything related to: Program / schedule Speaker Location Food served at the event, and what is available near by Readings / texts we will reference during the event If...

6 months ago • 2 min read

Today is the last day for the Early Registration fee of $65.00. Starting tomorrow, the fee will increase to $80.00. Register Now! Linking Seminar | 2023 Topic: Pure & Applied Psychoanalysis // Psychotherapy Count Down to the Event: Linking Seminar II Saturday, 11/11/2023 Location: This year, the seminar will take place at 1125 Franklin Street, Downers Grove, IL 60515. This venue will have ample parking, is a short (3-5 minute) walk from the Main Street Downers Grove Metra Station, and has...

8 months ago • 1 min read

Linking Seminar | 2023 Topic: Pure and Applied Psychoanalysis // Psychotherapy Hi All, This is a reminder that the early registration cost of $65.00 is available until September 25, then it goes up to $80.00 If you want to take advantage of the lower fee register ASAP. Click here to Register! Registration & Cost: Early registration is open from 8/24 to 9/24 at a cost of $65.00. Starting on 9/25, the registration cost will increase to $80.00. All the money raised via registration will be used...

8 months ago • 1 min read

Hello all, Last year in October, we conducted our first Linking Seminar with Tom Svolos. Today, I am pleased to announce that we will continue the tradition of gathering to learn about and discuss the practice of psychoanalysis with a second Linking Seminar! If you stay subscribed to this newsletter, more information will be coming to your inbox on a (mostly) weekly basis. (If you received this email but did not want to, I apologize. Here is an unsubscribe link.) Linking Seminar | 2023 Topic:...

9 months ago • 2 min read

The winter solstice of 2020 was at 5:02 EST this morning. The amount of light we have each day will get a little bit longer from here on out. Be that as it may, yesterday was also the first (official) day of winter, and I suspect that we will continue to have a disproportionate amount of darkness in our lives. I was thinking about all of this in the small hours of the morning because I could not sleep. Eventually, I got out of bed and went downstairs. As I did this, I passed a framed print my...

over 3 years ago • 1 min read
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