Click Here to Read: 10 Psychologically Disturbed Halloween Costume Choices, by Jared DeFife, Ph.D. on the The Shrink Tank blog on the Psychology Today blogs on October 19, 2011.
Archive for October, 2011
Click Here to Read: The Ghosts of Oxford County By Bruce Urquhart on the Sentinel-Review website on October 31, 2011.
Click Here to Read: Sigmund Freud psychology on the Largan Photo blog.
Click Here to Read: Book Review of David Tuckett’s ‘Minding The Markets’
Reviewed by Brenda Jubin ont he Seeking Alpha website on October 28, 2011.
Click Here to Watch: Julia Kristeva on Rafah Nached on Julia Kristeva’s Website. This video is in French.
Click Here to Read: Incarcération de Rafah Nached, psychanalyste syrienne on this website. Ths atiation is in French.
Click Here to Read: E.mail to all IPA Members – Detainment of a Syrian Analyst on this website.
Click Here to Read: America’s Exploding Pipe Dream By Charles M. Blow in the New York Times on October 28, 2011.
Click Here to Read: Death Row in Pennsylvania: Editorial the New York Times on October 28, 2011.
Click Here to Read: IAPSP Conference Reflections by Doris Brothers on the IAPSP website.
Click Here to Read: The neuroscience of psychotherapy – talking to the ghost in the machine by zenofelea on the Hubpages website.
Click Here to Read: The Twilight Saga and The Redemptive Power of Love By Tamara McClintock Greenberg, Psy.D. on the PsychCentral website.
Saturday, November 19, 2011 from 9:30 AM – 3:30 PM
The Conference Committee of the Westchester Center is proud to announce our Annual Conference.
The conference is entitled, How Race Matters. It will engage our community in active exploration of the presence and significance of race in clinical work (more…)
Please join us for a special conference call
AJWS president Ruth Messinger, together with Ann Curry, co-anchor of NBC News’ “Today,” will talk about the devastating famine in East Africa that continues to ravage the region. Ann will share her firsthand impressions of the (more…)
REGISTRATION FOR THIS CONFERENCE IS NOW CLOSED.
WE ARE NO LONGER ACCEPTING REGISTRATIONS.
“A NEW CONCEPTION OF WORKING THROUGH: TRANSFORMATIVE MOMENTS AND THE ANALYST’S SUBJECTIVITY”
Click Here to Read: Dining with Anna Freud By Isaac Tylim in the Buenos Aires Hearld on October 16, 2011.
International Society for the Psychological Treatments of the Schizophrenias and Other Psychoses United States Chapter
Ikuko Acosta and Ani Buk will present their work as art therapists with people struggling with psychotic symptoms. RenÈe Obstfeld, art therapist and psychoanalyst, will moderate the panel.
Saturday, October 29th, 2011, 3:00 – 5:00 pm, New York University, Silver Center for the Arts and Sciences. 31 Washington Place, Room 408
All are welcome to attend. There is no fee, nor are reservations needed. (more…)
Click Here to Read: “We are living at the end of an era, the closing of a chapter in the history of psychoanalysis” by Moisés Lemlij on the IPA website.
Click Here to Read: Open Letter to the DSM-5 on the Ipetitions website.
Books by Alma Bond
Click Here to Order: These books by Alma Bond on IPBooks.net
1) Jackie O: On the Couch (2011)
2) Margaret Mahler, a Biography of the Psychoanalyst (2008)
3) Old Age is a Terminal Illness (2006)
4) Camille Claudel, a Novel (2005)
5) Tales of Psychology: Short Stories to Make You Wise (2002)
6) Children’s book, The Tree That Could Fly. (2002)
7) Who Killed Virginia Woolf? a Psychobiography (2000)
8 ) I Married Dr. Jekyll and Woke Up Mrs. Hyde (2000)
9) The Autobiography of Maria Callas, a Novel, (1998)
10) On Becoming a Grandparent (1994)
11) Is There Life After Analysis? (1993)
12) America’s First Woman Warrior: The Story of Deborah Sampson with Lucy Freeman (1992)
13) Dream Portrait with Arlene K. Richards and Daisy Franco (1992)
A Soldier’s Self- Cannibalization: Moral Injury Introduction by Nathan Szajnberg, MD, Managing EditorMonday, October 24th, 2011
“A Soldier’s Self- Cannibalization: Moral Injury” Introduction by Nathan Szajnberg, MD, Managing Editor
My privilege to introduce Amit Goldenberg with his thoughtful and heart-felt contribution to IP.net. Mr. Goldenberg was my student at the Hebrew University and wrote his Honors Thesis based on interviewing all the surviving members of his elite Special Forces Unit. None had ever spoken to a therapist; all spoke with him, their comrade-in-arms. Mr Goldenberg is also a journalist (more…)
It is always difficult to pick out posts salient to me and our current analytic climate, but given the latest discussions related to our upcoming elections, I thought I would focus on some posts most relevant to our work and our professional standing. My choices are the following:
1) How our self analysis influences the analysis of our patient ( as opposed to countertransference has always interested me. The topic is going to be (more…)