From The Editor
2015 Spring Meeting: Life in Psychoanalysis in Life
Psychoanalysis is not just a treatment; it is a way of life. Individually and collectively, we live psychoanalysis and it lives within us. We invigorate psychoanalytic thought through our evolving musings and conversations. In turn, we draw on it to enliven our minds, our relationships, and our work, while we strive to use psychoanalysis to make changes in the world around us. The life we live in psychoanalysis changes with time and setting. We discover it in diverse internal and external spaces, in expected (more…)
Archive for March, 2015
From The Editor
Click Here to View: Psychotherapy – Melanie Klein from the School of Life on YouTube.
Click Here to Read: Finding My Way: Junior Year, 1959 by Morris Dickstein on the Columbia Today Website.
Click Here to Read: Interview with Morris Dickstein and other posts on Why Not Say What Happened on this website.
Click Here to Read: Reviews of Why Not Say What Happened,’ by Morris Dickstein on this website.
Click Here to Read: The Zionist Dream in the Poconos Excerpt from Why Not Say What Happened,’ by Morris Dickstein
Après-Coup Psychoanalytic Association presents
2014-2015 SEMINAR SERIES
Introducing Lacan: On the Three Registers
October 8 & 22 Mark Stafford, Unconscious
November 19 & December 10 Paola Mieli, Drives
January 14 & February 4 David Lichtenstein, Language
February 25 & March 25 Adriana Passini, Repetition
April 8 & 29 Martin Winn, Mirror Stage
May 20 & June 10 Lillian Ferrari, Angst
This seminar, which requires prior familiarity with Freud’s basic texts, is intended as (more…)
Click Here to Read: Role of Illness in Germanwings Crash Raises Worry About Stigma By Erica Goode in The New York Times on March 30, 2015.
Click Here to Read: Every Monday, Two Psychologists Dish Out Free Therapy To Those Who Can’t Afford To Pay By Elena Santos on the Huffington Post website on March 30, 2015.
Click Here to Read: Exhibition in Berlin: Rediscovery of a Russian revolutionary art school By Sibylle Fuchs and Verena Nees on the World Socialist Web Site on March 31, 2015.
Exhibition of student’s work on “Evidence and expression of mass and weight” School year 1927-1928 © The Schusev State Museum of Architecture Moscow
Click Here to Read: Yiddish Theater to Join Forces With Heritage Museum Partnership could give group a permanent home for the first time in more than four decades By Jennifer Smith in the Wall Street Journal on March 30, 2015.
PHOTO: MICHAEL PRIEST
Click Here to Read: The Empirical Status of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy – An Update: Bambi’s Alive and Kicking by Falk Leichsenring, Frank Leweke, Susanne Klein, and Christiane Steinert
in Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics 2015; 84:129–148.
Click Here to Read: Jacob the Liar (1975 film) on Wikipedia.
Click Here to Read: JAKOB, DER LÜGNER (JACOB THE LIAR) (1975) on the Rotten Tomatoes.
Click Here to Read: Jakob the Liar 1999 Movie on Wikipedia.
Click Here to View: Jakob The Liar Movie Trailer 2010 on YouTube.
Overlapping Cross-Cultural Meaning in the Play of an Early Adolescent Boy with James Herzog, M.D. at IPTAR CAPMonday, March 30th, 2015
CHILD & ADOLESCENT PSYCHOTHERAPY PROGRAM
(the CAP Program)
VISITING FACULTY PRESENTS
Overlapping Cross-Cultural Meaning in the Play of an Early Adolescent Boy with James Herzog, M.D.
Monday, April 13th, 2015 at 8:00 PM
Reception and Open House at 7:30 pm
Program to follow
Karen Horney Auditorium
329 E. 62nd St. (more…)
Sunday Salon at IPTAR
Institute for Psychoanalytic Training & Research
“Can You See Me”
Difference in the Clinical Encounter
The conversation on race, culture, class, continues….bringing it into the clinical moment.
Sunday March 29, 2015
Address: 140 West 97th Street (Amsterdam/Columbus)
Michael Moskowitz, Ph.D. (Diversity Co-Chair)
Carlos Padron, M.A. (Advanced Candidate)
Richard Reichbart, Ph.D. (IPTAR President)
Kathleen White, Ph.D. (Systems-Psychodynamic Studies Director)
Moderator: Martha Bragin, Ph.D. LCSW (more…)
Click Here to Read: Don’t Blame It on Depression: That’s not what made the Germanwings co-pilot murder 149 people By Anne Skomorowsk on the Slate website on March 29, 2015.
Relatives stand at a monument to honor the victims of Germanwings flight 4U9525 in front of the mountains near the crash site on March 26, 2015, in Le Vernet, France.Photo by Thomas Lohnes/Getty Images
Click Here to Read: Picture of the Day: Northern Guangxi Province, China on the Twisted Sifter website.
Click Here to Read: Meaningful Use Stage 3 Proposed Rule: 5 Takeaways for Physicians by Margalit Gur-Arie on the HIT Consultants website on March 24, 2015.
Click Here to Read: ‘Shrinks,’ by Jeffrey A. Lieberman with Ogi Ogas
By Natalie Angier in The New York Times on March 26, 2015.
Click Here to Read: Tackling life head on: The films of Uzbek-Soviet director Ali Khamraev By David Walsh and Joanne Laurier on the World Socialist Web Site on March 28, 2015.]
White, White Storks
Click Here to Read: Leon Festinger on Wikipedia.
Click Here to Read: Cognitive Dissonance Experiment on the Explorable Website.
Click Here to Read: Leon Festinger, 1919—1989 A Biographical Memoir by Stanley Schacter.
Click Here to Read: Leon Festinger – Introduces theory of cognitive dissonance, Continues research at the New School on the Psychology Encyclopedia website.
Click Here to Read: Cognitive dissonance on Wikipedia.
Click Here to Read: Other posts on Psychology Sunday on this website.
Click Here to Purchase: Below the Line in Beijing by Richard Seldin from IPBooks.net.
In this unique exploration of love, psychoanalysis and male sexuality, the protagonist must struggle with a deteriorating marriage, the loss of his ability to speak English, a philandering alter ego and incessant fantasies about hooking-up with young women. All of these disorienting conflicts are played out at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. On the protagonist’s last day in Beijing, his alter ego persuades him to visit a high-end brothel where he is overcome with desire for a beautiful young prostitute. He must then choose between a life of carnal pleasure and love for his wife.
Click Here for the Kindle Edition of Below the Line in Beijing.
‘Praise for Below the Line in Beijing:
“This compelling novel will hold you in its grip from beginning to end. Part mystery, part psychological thriller, Below the Line in Beijing is a terrific read and an auspicious (more…)
Click Here to read: NCAA ‘concerned’ over Indiana law that allows biz to reject gays By Eric Bradner on the CNN website on March 26, 2015.