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Hessel presents his clinical and academic work to peers and the public in professional and public meetings and conferences. His presentations and publications include themes about affect and the body as these manifest itself in psychotherapy and analysis, but also in his work with children and families as a clinical psychologist.

(October 2016) Shame and evanescence – The body as driver of temporality. Public Event Paper to be presented at the Society Analytical Psychology, London, 26 November 2016.

(June 2016) “We are the hollow men” – Affect and Schizoid Space. Paper presented at the Society of Analytical Psychology, London, 6 June 2016.

(June 2014) Early trauma and affect – The importance of the body for the development of the capacity to symbolise. Paper presented at the 12th International Conference of the Journal of Analytical Psychology, Berlin, 1 June 2014.

(May 2014) Early trauma and affect – The importance of the body for the development of the capacity to symbolise. Paper presented to the IAAP Slovenia Developing Group, Ljubljana, 24 May 2014

(December 2013) Fathers, Sons and Matte-Blanco’s Basic Matrix: Schreber revisited. Paper presented at the Society of Analytical Psychology, London, 2 December 2013.

(April 2013) Do We Need Neuroscience to Analyse Affect – Reclaiming the Unconscious. Paper presented at 11th International Conference of the Journal of Analytical Psychology, Boston, 7 April 2013.

(January 2013) Disorganised Attachment and Early Trauma – Thoughts on Affect, Void and Representation. Paper presented at the Society of Analytical Psychology, London, 7 January 2013.

(September 2012) On Lost Affect: Void, Representation and Disorganised Attachment. Public Event Paper presented at the Society Analytical Psychology, Cambridge, 22 September 2013.