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The Research Department of Women's Cancer, at University College London (UCL), has an exceptionally dedicated group of academics and clinicians to conduct multidisciplinary research into women specific cancers. They strive to create clinical interventions ... more

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Fellow
Institute of Psychoanalysis

Member of Senior Teaching Staff
Tavistock Clinic

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MSc in Theoretical Psychoanalytic Studies: Teaching Staff

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11.30am: "Engaging with the natural world and with human nature", Sally Weintrobe, with discussants Tom Crompton and Mike Hannis.

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Mrs Sally Weintrobe is a Fellow of The Institute of Psychoanalysis and Chairs its Scientific Committee. She was formerly a Member of Senior Teaching Staff at the Tavistock Clinic and an Hon Senior Lecturer at University College London in the Dept for Psychoanalytic Studies. She has written and lectured on identity and entitlement attitudes, grievance, prejudice and greed. Her most recent paper was on runaway greed and climate change denial.


Events - Beyond the Couch

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11.30am: "On the love of nature and on human nature", Sally Weintrobe, with discussants Tom Crompton and Mike Hannis.

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Mrs Sally Weintrobe is a Fellow of The Institute of Psychoanalysis and Chairs its Scientific Committee. She was formerly a Member of Senior Teaching Staff at the Tavistock Clinic and an Hon Senior Lecturer at University College London in the Dept for Psychoanalytic Studies. She has written and lectured on identity and entitlement attitudes, grievance, prejudice and greed. Her most recent paper was on runaway greed and climate change denial.


Book review - Sally Weintrobe ...

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Book review - Sally Weintrobe (2013). Engaging with climate change: Psychoanalytic and interdisciplinary perspectives. Routledge

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The editor Sally Weintrobe has edited this ground breaking collection on understanding attitudes to climate change. Weintrobe is a practising psychoanalyst and a Fellow of the Institute of Psychoanalysis in London, who has written and lectured extensively on climate change. Her commitment to fostering interdisciplinary exchanges with other theorists about climate change led to this remarkable book.


Book review - Sally Weintrobe ...

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Book review - Sally Weintrobe (2013). Engaging with climate change: Psychoanalytic and interdisciplinary perspectives. Routledge

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The editor Sally Weintrobe has edited this ground breaking collection on understanding attitudes to climate change.
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In chapter three, The difficult problem of anxiety in thinking about climate change, Weintrobe provides strategies for tolerating the anxiety and depression that inevitably arise from accepting that the earth and its living species have a doubtful future.
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Weintrobe contributes chapter nine in the book: The love of nature and on human nature: Restoring split internal landscapes. She suggests that engaging with our loving, caring feelings for nature will increase our daily mindfulness of the damage caused by climate change, which is fuelled by consumerism and ever increasing carbon footprints. Cultural, historical and political forces have formed us as entitled consumers of nature rather than nature lovers who engage with all the senses. She draws on Hudson, a twentieth century writer, to demonstrate our long history of engagement with the natural world for comfort, restoration and feeling fully alive and embodied in the world.
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As Weintrobe herself acknowledges, this book does not represent how people from other cultures, nations and economies other than England and North America think and feel about climate change.

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