Our Society has been organizing national and international conferences since 1989. The International Ferenczi Conference series was first launched by our Society, in 1993. This conference takes places every 2-3 years, in different locations, highlighting not only the life and works of Hungarian psychiatrist and psychoanalyst Sandor Ferenczi, but also focusing on the impact of psychoanalysis and interdisciplinary fields in our ever changing world and its social challenges. These conferences have attracted audiences in the hundreds, and now include small, “studio conference” groups as well.
International conference to mark the 150th anniversary of the birth of Sándor Ferenczi and the unification of Buda, Pest and Óbuda
Centennial Conference 1918-2018
Event organized by Sándor Ferenczi Society
International Ferenczi Conference – 2012, Budapest
International Ferenczi Conference
Art & Psychoanalysis 19th season. Workshop-discussion series, a project of the Sándor Ferenczi Society, the Attila József Society and the Petőfi Museum of Literature.
The Role of the “Third” in the Development of Psychic Trauma
International Ferenczi Conference – 2001, Budapest. The First of a 3-part international conference series. Part 2, „The Lost Childhood and the Language of Exile”, London, May 2001. Part 3, “Mother, Motherland and the Mother tongue”, Paris, November 2001).
Co-organizers: The Soros Foundation, Cserépfalvi Publishing House, T-Twins Publishing House
The Talking Therapy: Ferenczi and the Psychoanalytic Vocation.
Co-organizers: ELTE University, Budapest, Department of Folklore, Museum of Ethnography, The Hungarian Society of Ethnography, Hungarian Psychoanalytic Society
The conference presentations were published in the 1st volume of the Journal Thalassa in 1992.
The conference presentations were published in the 2nd volume of the Journal Thalassa in 1991.
The conference presentations were published in the first volume of the Journal, Thalassa in 1990.
Collaborative, International Conference by the European Psychoanalytic Federation and the SF Society