About CFAR

The Centre for Freudian Analysis and Research was founded in 1985 with the aim of developing psychoanalysis in the United Kingdom within a Freudian and Lacanian orientation. The Centre’s activities involve the study of psychoanalysis through teaching seminars and study groups and it also organises a clinical training programme. The Centre has a public seminar programme where central issues in psychoanalysis and allied fields are discussed. Lacanian psychoanalysts from abroad are regularly invited to lecture in this programme. The Centre’s training programme is UKCP registered and takes place in Central London mainly on Saturdays. The Centre also offers a clinical service, where low cost psychoanalytically oriented therapy is available for those on a low income. Full details of this service may be obtained from the Administrator on 0845 838 0829 (local rate). If you would like to receive further information about CFAR’s programme or about psychoanalytic training with CFAR, please consult our website at www.cfar.org.uk. Full details of CFAR’s activities are available on the website.