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Meeting Minds: Freud's Cancer Journey

DateSaturday 17 September 2022


LocationKellogg Hub/online

Many people do not know Freud had cancer, as this part of his story is rarely told. In 1923 at the age of 67, Freud discovered the cancerous growth that changed his life. He lived with it for the next 16 years until it killed him. Every cancer victim and survivor deserves their cancer story to be told.

About Dr Alistair Ross:

Dr Ross is an accredited Minister of Religion (Baptist) as well as a British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy accredited Therapist, where he was Chair of Professional Ethics and Quality Standards. He is a Founding Scholar in the British Psychoanalytic Council and Chair of the Universities Psychotherapy and Counselling Association. Prior to this, he was Director of the Clinical Theology Association.

This event is part of Kellogg’s Alumni Meeting Minds Global programme, and is open to all University of Oxford Alumni.

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