‘Growing up girl in the ‘hood: On the bruised aesthetic of Girlhood’. Dept. Psychosocial and Psychoanalytic Studies, University of Essex. November 2019
Scholar-in-Residence. ‘Screening Race’ workshop. American Psychoanalytic Association Annual Meeting, New York, US. February 2019
‘What might psychoanalysis learn from queer theories of sexuality?’ Freud Museum, London. February 2018 – https://www.freud.org.uk/2018/02/24/conference-what-might-clinical-psychoanalysis-learn-from-queer-theories-of-sexuality/
‘Cinematic landscapes of interiority’. 9th European Psychoanalytic Film Festival, BAFTA, London. November 2017 – https://psychoanalysis.org.uk/civicrm/event/info?id=551&reset=1
‘On the couch with mourning TV: Psychoanalytic persectives on Mad Men, nostalgia, and feminism’. American Psychoanalytic Association Annual Meeting, 2017. January 2017
“I just can’t get enough”: On the psychocultural dynamics of binge TV, greedy, cancerous bodies, and the politics of gender. Latin American Federation of Psychoanalysis (FEPAL) Congress on ‘The Body’, Cartagena, Colombia. September 2016.
‘The psychosocial imagination’, Association for Psychosocial Studies launch, British Library, London. June 2014
‘Lars von Trier’s Cinematic Extremism as Therapeutic Encounter, Film and the psycho-cultural: Objects, relatedness, process symposium, Freud Museum London. May 2014. – https://www.miwnet.org/event/film-and-the-psycho-cultural-object-relatedness-process/
‘Cinematic screaming or ‘All about my mother’: Lars von Trier’s Antichrist and the therapeutic qualities of cinema’, Lars von Trier Retrospective, British Film Institute, London. May 2013.
‘Screening Conditions: Lars von Trier’s The Idiots’, Psychoanalysis and Cinema Series, ICA, London. June 2010.
‘Gesture in film’, Keynote address, Film Philosophy conference, University of Dundee, Dundee. July 2009.