“We will never be more desperately unhappy than when we lose those we love” Freud wrote in 1930. How to explain the extreme pain after a loss, what complex intrapsychic phenomena take place and what unconscious changes are at stake when people are faced with such experiences? What do artists teach us and how can psychoanalysis provide relief?
Iro Zoumpoulou is a psychoanalyst with a Lacanian orientation. She is a graduate of the Department of Social Administration with a specialization in Social Work of the DUTH, as well as a master’s degree in Psychoanalysis from Kingston University, London, to which she was accepted with a scholarship. In the past she has worked, among others, at OKANA (Organization Against Drugs) and the City & Guilds of London Art School. She has many years of clinical experience with many patients and works privately as a psychoanalyst. At the same time, she gives speeches in Greece and abroad to promote psychoanalysis to the general public and writes articles in print and electronic media. [Biography updated on: 24/2/2023]
Saturday, 11 March 2023 @ 18:30