Cartel refers to a form of work among 3 to 5 people who desire to advance questions pertaining psychoanalytic practice, theory or critique. Jacques Lacan proposed this modality as the foundation of his school in the 60’s. It refers to “ the principle of sustained elaboration in small groups.” The Founding Act. 21 June 1964
Cartel: Crossing Paths of Counselling and Lacan
Diverse questions are welcomed from counsellors who may want to incorporate Lacanian psychoanalytic ideas into their practice and or, Lacanians who might view "counselling" as a way to develop a practice as a Lacanian Psychoanalyst where other options for licencing are limited, etc... Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in joining.