Psychoanalyst Stephen Grosz in conversation with Author John Lahr

Photo by Sheryl Tait

Listen to the conversation

Listen to the Q&A session

Venue: The Tricycle Theatre 269 Kilburn High Road London, NW6 7JR

Date: Sunday 24 March 2013

Time: 4-5.30pm (doors open 3.30pm)

Tickets: £25 

A fundraiser for Camden Psychotherapy Unit

CPU has helped thousands of vulnerable adults over the last 43 years by providing long term psychotherapy.

John Lahr talks to psychoanalyst and author Stephen Grosz about his recently published book The Examined Life: How We Lose and Find Ourselves and about his work over the last 25 years.

‘Experience has taught me that our childhoods leave in us stories – stories we never found a way to voice, because no one around us helped us to find the words. When we cannot find a way of telling our story, our story tells us – we dream these stories, we develop symptoms, or we find ourselves acting in ways we don’t understand.’

-The Examined Life

Stephen Grosz was born in Indiana and educated at Berkeley and Oxford. For the past twenty-five years he has worked as a psychoanalyst. The Examined Life: How We Lose and Find Ourselves is his first book.

Among John Lahr‘s books are Notes on a Cowardly Lion: The Biography of Bert Lahr and Prick Up Your Ears: the Biography of Joe Orton. Since 1992, he has been a regular contributor to The New Yorker.


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