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The Psychology of the Unconscious

Thursday, August 20, 2020
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM GMT+1

What happens in our mind underneath the surface? What’s behind the infamous “Freudian Slip”? Is that dream you had last night trying to tell you something? Scared of something really irrational? How do politicians and marketeers sway voters and consumers in their favour?

There are many reasons why it may be beneficial to understand what the unconscious is and how it works. Ever since Sigmund Freud made the world of psychology aware that the unconscious matters, we are able to see it at work across all levels of society, business, politics and everyday living. Tonight we present 3 perspectives on how the unconscious matters and how it shows up in our lives. This will be followed by a discussion among the panel and open to comments from and debate among the rest of the pub.


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NELLY GOMEZ is an organisational consultant who has worked from a psychoanlytical perspective since 2011 when she started her practice working with children and psychosis. She has an MA in psycho-social studies and continously deepens her expertise on Lacanian Psychoanalysis.

Dr. NASH POPOVIC is a senior lecturer at the University of East London, Programme Leader of the MSc Integrative Counselling and Coaching and he runs www.personalsynthesis.com, a personal learning platform gives you access to a world of practical knowledge for the price of a cup of coffee! Nash has been working 1:1 with his therapy clients for many years and is an old friend of the unconscious.

YANNICK JACOB is an existential coach (MA), positive psychologist (MSc), coach trainer & supervisor (www.existential.coach). Since 2010 Yannick has been working 1:1 with clients helping them to navigate their “human condition” and make big life decisions. As a coach, Yannick witnesses the unconscious at play in non-clinical populations day in and day out.


PWBC (Personal Well Being Centre)
United Kingdom


PWBC (Personal Well Being Centre)
United Kingdom

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