Archive for the 'IPA Chicago Congress Papers' Category

On ‘Closed Mind’ Panel by Dr. Jorge E. García Badaracco

Sunday, November 6th, 2011






Click Here to Read: On ‘Closed Mind’ Panel by Dr. Jorge E. García Badaracco with Introduction by Jane Hall from the 2009 IPA Chicago Congress.

Jorge E. García Badaracco

MEXICO CITY – A SAFE AND PLEASANT CONGRESS VENUE

Friday, April 16th, 2010

International Psychoanalytical Association
MEXICO CITY – A SAFE AND PLEASANT CONGRESS VENUE
Versión en español abajo

The IPA has been diligently investigating the situation in Mexico City with respect to safety for Congress participants and their families. IPA representatives have made several visits to Mexico and all found the area around the Congress venue and hotels to be safe. There is also a reassuringly strong and visible police presence in the central city area. Major Congresses such as the World AIDS Congress with 25,000 delegates have been held in recent times in Mexico City with no reported incidents taking place, so we are confident in recommending it to you as a safe location. (more…)

Photos from the IPA Chicago Congress Website

Sunday, September 6th, 2009

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Click Here to View:  Photos from the IPA Chicago Congress’s  Official Website

Click Here To View:  Photos from the IPA Chicago Congress by Lawrence Schwartz on this website.

Franco De Masi’s paper on “Erotic Transference: Dream or Delusion?” from the IPA Chicago Conference

Sunday, September 6th, 2009

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Click Here To Read: Franco De Masi’s paper on Erotic transference: dream or delusion? from the IPA Chicago Conference.

Franco De Masi, MD, is the author of several books on the treatment of difficult patients: “Sadomasochistic Perversion”, Karnac 2003; “Making Death Thinkable”, Free Association Books 2004; and the most recent “Vulnerabilty to Psychosis”, Karnac 2009.

Nature of the Object in Clinical Psychoanalysis by Rómulo Lander

Monday, August 24th, 2009

Click Here To Read: Nature of the Object in Clinical Psychoanalysis by Rómulo Lander, a presentation at the IPA Chicago Congress 2009. Here in English.

Click Here to Read: Naturaleza Del Objecto En El Psicoánalisis Clínico by Rómulo Lander, presentada en in IPA Chicago Congresso Psychoanalytical 2009. Aquí esta in Español.

Rómulo Lander

En las fronteras de lo analizable: la escisión, un caso clínico

Sunday, August 23rd, 2009

Click Here to Read: Marta Dávila’s Paper “En las fronteras de lo analizable: la escisión, un caso clínico” from the IPA Chicago Congress, July 2009.  

Marta Dávila, Psicóloga y Psicoanalista Miembro Titular en Función Didáctica de la Asociación Psicoanalítica Argentina. Especialista en Niños y Adolescentes. Full Member de la Asociación Psicoanalítica Internacional. Investigadora sobre temas de Patologías Actuales relacionadas con Narcisismo y Problemáticas del Vacío. Creadora del Concepto de Contratransferencia Somática en la sesión Psicoanalítica. Ha presentado trabajos en Congresos Nacionales /APA), Latinoamericanos (Fepal) e Internacionales (IPA)

Pedrito: The Blood of the Ancestors by Martha Bragin, given at the IPA Chicago Congress 2009

Monday, August 17th, 2009

Click Here to Read: Pedrito: Blood of the Ancestors by Martha Bragin given at the IPA Chicago Congress in July 2009.

This paper appeared earlier as Bragin, Martha (2005).  Pedrito: Blood of the Ancestors. Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy, 4(1):1–20 and appears here with all requisite rights and permissions.

Martha Bragin. PhD LCSW is an Associate Professor at Hunter College School of Social Work and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. She is a member of the IPA working group on the psychic effects of social exclusion, a fellow of the IPA research training program and a candidate at IPTAR. (more…)

IPA Chicago Congress Major and Keynote Papers

Sunday, August 9th, 2009

Click Here to Read: Keynote Presentations by Warren Poland, Antonino Ferro,  and Juan Pablo Jiménez from the IPA Chicago Congress 2009.

Click Here To Read: Leopold Nosek’s Paper: The body and the infinite – notes for a theory of genitality