Jean-Luc Vannier is a French psychoanalyst working as a clinician and as an assistant Professor (full-time lecturer) of psychoanalysis at the University of Côte d’Azur, located in Nice, south of France. He also teaches psychology and psychoanalysis at the EDHEC Business School and IPAG Business School. He graduated from the Paris – Sorbonne University.
In Paris, he followed a Freudian psychoanalysis before moving to Beirut (Lebanon) for a many years supervision, including a training at Beirut psychiatric Hospital and at the children clinic of the city. He is a member of the French-Lebanese psychoanalytic association and writes regular clinical articles for analytic French reviews, mainly belonging to the Human Sciences publishers group Eres. At the University of Côte d’Azur, he is the official Referent for the PPP (Personal and Professional Project) aimed at helping the students to work on their own identity and to define their job choices. He often lectures abroad on the psychoanalysis and also supervises some clinicians inside and outside the country.
He has authored a number of articles for Psychreg:
- The paternal thumb: ‘nahrungseinfuhr’ of an anorexic teenager
- The French adolescence: a psychoanalytic perspective
- Kevin or the pubertal nightmares of the sexual difference
- The Jungle Book 2016: is Mowgli infantile and asexual?
- Psyche of the Jihadists: An Act to Allow the Criminal to Give Substance to His Unconscious Guilt
- Conversation Between Brachylogy and Psychoanalysis: Interview with the Psychoanalyst Jean-Luc Vannier
You can follow him on Twitter @jlv06.
Published: 04 September 2016
Last updated: 14 October 2016
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