Trauma, Unconsious, Phantasy and Reparation International Conference with IPTAR and CFS

Trauma, Unconscious Phantasy and Reparation: A Clinical Reflection from FREUD to KLEIN

FEBRUARY 3 & 4, 2018
(5 CE CREDITS FOR SATUDAY AND 4 FOR SUNDAY)

Saturday, February 3, 2018
9:00-9:30am Registration and Coffee
SUSAN N. FINKELSTEIN, MODERATOR
9:30-10:45am “The History of Trauma in Freud: Unconscious Phantasy, Reparation and Klein”
HEINZ WEISS, GERMANY
10:45-11:15am Coffee Break
11:15-12:30pm “The Effects of Emotional Trauma: Working with Difficult Patients”
FRANCO DE MASI, ITALY
12:30-2:00pm Lunch
2:00-3:00pm “Finding Unconscious Phantasy in Trauma and Psychosomatics: a Termination”
PAULA ELLMAN, WASHINGTON, DC
3:00-4:30pm Plenary chaired by Marion M. Oliner – Speakers discuss controversies and similarities of working
with trauma

Sunday, February 4, 2018
10:00am-12:00pm Clinical Workshops in Small Groups
12:00-2:00pm Plenary chaired by Paula Ellman, Carolyn Ellman, and Judith Felton

WORKSHOPS:

1. Bystander to Witness: Contribution from the Veterans’ Art Movement
DONNA BASSIN

2. Picturing the Embodiment of Trauma: How the Artwork of
Trauma Survivors Can Enhance Psychotherapists’ Empathic Attunement
ANI BUK

3. Boys and Men Betrayed: Understanding and Treating Male Sexual Victimization
RICHARD GARTNER

4. Witnessing Trauma: Trauma of Pain and Loss
NANCY GOODMAN

5. The Transmission of Trauma
EVA KANTOR

6. Treating Asylum Seekers
RICHARD LASKY

7. Violence Against Women
VIVIAN PENDER

8. Working with the Complexity of Contradictory States of Mind
in Mothers and Infants Impacted by Trauma and Loss
SALLY MOSKOWITZ and RITA REISWIG

9. Black Boys and the Generational Transmission of Trauma
KIRKLAND VAUGHANS

Location: New York Psychoanalytic Institute
247 East 82nd Street, NYC

To Register and view Full Brochure: www.instituteofcfs.org

Program Fee:
Saturday and Sunday – $220 Members/Guests – $60 Candidates/Students
Saturday Only – $195 Members/Guests – $50 Candidates/Students
Sunday Only – $50 Members/Guests – $50 Candidates/Students

Friday, February 2, 2018 – Candidate Only Event
12:00-2:00pm Dr. Heinz Weiss will present a clinical case of working in the Transference-countertransference dynamic with a borderline patient in psychoanalysis.
8:00-10:00pm Clinical Case Presentation by a candidate. Each Panelist will intervene in the case material by stating what he or she would “say” directly to the patient.

Location: IPTAR, 1651 Third Avenue #205, NYC

Program Fee: No Fee (No CEs). Registration required.
Mail name, address, and email to:
CFS-NY Trauma Program 2018
11 Bunker Hill Drive
Manalapan, NJ 07726

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