Introduction to the work of Wilfred Bion
Self directed online learning
Access for 2 months
5 video based modules
New Chris Mawson introduces the course
This short course will give you an outline of Bion’s core ideas, their theoretical relevance and applications.
This course consists of recorded lectures, a transcript of the lectures, study questions, suggested reading and a glossary of terms. The study questions will help you to check your understanding of the course materials.
All of the lectures are hosted by Chris Mawson.
Lecture 1 – Who was Wilfred Bion? (14 minutes)
Lecture 2 – Bion’s early work with groups (19 minutes)
Lecture 3 – Bion’s work with patients in psychotic states (11 minutes)
Lecture 4 – The domain of K (19 minutes)
Lecture 5 – Bion’s later work (18 minutes)
This is a Beginner/ Intermediate course and is suitable for all learners. You can find out more about our difficulty levels here.
You must have a reasonably good internet connection to view our video content (around 400kbps – 2Mbps download speed, 400kbps+ upload speed). In order to attend the online discussion groups, you must be able to use Skype.
Course without discussion groups – 2 months
You will have access to all course materials at any time for the duration of your chosen course. This allows you to learn at your own pace and review particular topics as needed.
At the end of the time period, you will lose access to the course materials.
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