(First published in Psychology Tomorrow magazine, October 2014 – Issue 14) In 1920s Berlin, psychoanalyst Karen Horney challenged central aspects of Freudian theory in Weimar culture. She opened a new place for recognition of women’s sexuality within the psychoanalytical community of her time. Though Horney did not explicitly address the plurality of desire, today her […]
About Andrea Monroy Toro
Andrea Monroy is a psychoanalyst with a private practice in Berlin. She was trained as a Lacanian analyst and believes in the importance of integrative approaches in psycho-social projects and clinical settings. For this reason she is part of the Stillpoint Spaces Berlin team, an open and diverse community of health professionals who provide counseling and meaningful activities in the city. She also collaborates with The Zurich Lab[oratory], a non-profit organization involved in taking psychoanalysis out of the analytical room and onto the streets.