The Reverend Giles Fraser in conversation with Group Analyst Sue Einhorn
Venue: Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N1 9AG
Date: Monday 14 October 2013
Group Analyst Sue Einhorn talks to The Reverend Giles Fraser about ‘the personal is political’ in the context of his own experiences within the Church of England. Always outspoken and challenging in his views, his support for The Occupy Movement when he resigned from St. Paul's has given him a very wide audience indeed. How has such an Establishment figure come to align himself with forces for change that challenge the very institution he represents?
The Reverend Giles Fraser is now parish priest of St. Mary’s Newington, Elephant and Castle, after resigning his post as Canon Chancellor of St. Paul’s Cathedral in 2011.
Sue Einhorn is a Group Analyst who became a psychotherapist after many years as a youth worker, community development activist and lecturer. She is particularly interested in how the social context lives in our unconscious and how each person then shapes the social world around them.