This talk will look to the praxis of Institutional Psychotherapy to address the question of how to institute otherwise in contemporary care and support settings. Films produced by, with and about the people living and working in the La Borde Clinique and the Cevennes Attempt are placed side by side with the theoretical tools developed at each site by Felix Guattari and Fernand Deligny respectively. Through this, the work seeks to highlight the centrality of an expanded usage of the aesthetic in instituting ethical approaches to care and support.
Rachel Wilson is a Recovery Coordinator in an accommodation service for people with high support mental health needs operated by the charity SHP. As a researcher, Rachel’s work is situated at the intersection of radical forms of psychotherapy, aesthetics, filmmaking and the histories of institutional analysis. She is currently conducting her doctoral studies in the Department of Visual Cultures, Goldsmiths, University of London. Rachel is also a member of the Network for Institutional Analysis.
This event is also accessible online via Zoom, https://gold-ac-uk.zoom.us/j/96772064108?pwd=NDdqcE5EZ2N2djBuNDB5akJJcitYZz09
Meeting ID: 967 7206 4108, Passcode: 867578
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|2 Mar 2023||5:00pm - 7:00pm|
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