Rob Weatherill

Rob Weatherill is practising and supervisory analyst in Dublin, Ireland, a member of two psychoanalytic groups (IFPP (Irish Forum for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy) and ICP (Irish Council for Psychotherapy)) and a founding member of APPI (Association for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in Ireland). He has a master’s degree in psychotherapy from St. Vincent’s University Hospital as well as a European Certificate in Psychotherapy. He taught psychoanalysis in post-graduate courses at University College Dublin, Trinity College Dublin and the Milltown Institute of Philosophy and Theology. He currently convenes two supervision groups that meet fortnightly. He has published five books internationally and edited one other.

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Lacan in the End Times: In the Name of the Absent Father

Lacan in the End Times: In the Name of the Absent Father

by Rob Weatherill

  • Paperback £29.99

This book explores themes around the Father, His absence in modern society and the decline of mental health. The nature of this decline can be uniquely psychoanalytically theorised, in both the... (more)

Forgetting Freud: Is Psychoanalysis in Retreat?

Forgetting Freud: Is Psychoanalysis in Retreat?

by Rob Weatherill

  • Hardback £35.95

Is psychoanalysis in retreat? Who needs psychoanalysis with its complex theory of the person? Weatherill draws not only on the work of key analytic figures like Freud, Klein and Lacan but also on... (more)

Our Last Great Illusion

Our Last Great Illusion

by Rob Weatherill

  • Print £8.95

Rob Weatherill argues that the solutions offered by the therapy culture are a cynical distraction creating delusions of hope never fulfilled. (more)

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