The intersection between the personal and the political often takes a conceptual route through the ‘psy complex’ – the dense increasingly globalised network of theories and practices that define and regulate how individuals think and feel – and so it is all the more necessary today to affirm alternatives to such psychologisation. This FIIMG psychopolitics project is designed to combat the mainstream elements of the psy complex – that is, medical psychiatry, adaptive psychology, anaesthetising psychotherapy and reductive psychoanalysis – and to explore how an authentically radical psycho-political approach informed by feminist and Marxist and other liberation movements can keep space open for personal action alongside and intermeshed with political resistance.

Guattari and us

Psychoanalysis and Revolution August 2021 Update

Socialisms and psychoanalysis

Looping psychoanalysis into film

On the Dialectics of Psychoanalytic Practice (Review of Morgenthaler)

Coronavirus and the end of the world

Psychopolitical Cults

Why the Clinic is Politics

The Importance of Freudolacanian psychoanalysis to Liberation Praxis

A People’s History of Psychoanalysis

Asylum and mental health in the COVID-19 lockdown

Memesis and Psychoanalysis: Mediatising Trump

Coronavirus as a symptom

Mornington Crescent moments

Believe it or not!

Disaster Communism

Twelve Lessons from Freudo-Marxism

Review of Hamja Ahsan’s Shy Radicals

Free Associations in Psychoanalysis, one of its Red Threads

Psychoanalysis: Critical Psychology for Liberation Movements