At Stillpoint Spaces we wish to create the conditions for engagement with work that goes beyond productivity.
With this in mind, we are creating a place for psychologically minded individuals to come and work intentionally, with depth and meaning in mind.
This is not your usual co-working space, though it will have all the accoutrements of what you would expect in one – access to WiFi, good coffee, and a choice of three zones in which to work, the open plan Lab, the cozy Study, or the Library. We are taking time to stock our growing psychology library with material you can access onsite to deepen your process - from the classics like Freud’s Standard Edition and Jung’s Collected Works, to contemporary journals, books and magazines to help you integrate psychological theory into whatever kind of work you do. Our library is also bookable for members who wish to organise meetings for up to 12 people.
Our Lab also converts into an exciting events space where we will be hosting seminars, workshops, and
conferences on psychological topics that are relevant to you - covering everything from culture and
the arts to design, technology, and society.
Stillpoint Lab Members will have priority discounted access to all of our exciting events and lectures – and we will support you to run events, groups, and workshops of your own. We are keen to build a community of people who are seeking meaning in a world full of distractions.
The idea for the Laboratory was created by a group of international individuals who, excited by the ideas of psychoanalysis, yearned to bring it to the world in a different and modern way – while keeping to the principles of depth psychology. We wondered, what does depth psychology look like outside a consultation room? Through Meetup Events like "Psychoanalysis on the Streets" we aimed to find out. We call it "The Lab" because we see it as an ongoing experiment and we invite you to be a part of it. We are also an international movement - the Berlin Lab is already up and running, and we also have a gallery space in Zurich. Members of the London Lab will also have access to our international venues – and there are more on the way.
While Psychoanalysis is still very close to our hearts, we are not dogmatic in our approach and welcome ideas from all psychological disciplines that are "insight oriented" and working at psychological depth. We are looking to apply these exciting concepts both inside and outside clinical settings.