Archive for the 'Symposium 2010' Category

Opening Session of Symposium 2010

Friday, April 2nd, 2010

Click Below to Listen to: Hiller Swiller’s Opening Remarks at Symposium 2010. The first minute or so of the talk was not recorded.

Click Below to Read: Hiller Swiller’s opening Remarks at Symposium 2010

Click Below to Listen to: Kenneth Winarick’s Introduction to the Symposium

Jonathan House’s Presentation at Symposium 2010

Friday, April 2nd, 2010

Click Below to Listen to: Lawrence Joseph’s introduction and Jonathan House’s Presentation (Part 1) to the Panel: What Does a (Wo)Man Want? at Symposium 2010.

Click Below to Read: Jonathan House’s Presentation at the Panel: What Does a (Wo)Man Want? at Symposium 2010.

Click Below to Listen to: Jonathan House’s Presentation (Part 2) to the Panel: What Does a (Wo)Man Want? at Symposium 2010.

Giselle Galdi on What A (Wo)man Wants at Symposium 2010

Friday, April 2nd, 2010

Click Below to Listen To: Part 1 of Giselle Galdi’s Presentation from the Panel, What Does A (Wo)Man Want? at Symposium 2010 on March 6, 2010 at Mt. Sinai Medical Center in New York City.

Click Below to Listen To: Part 1 of Giselle Galdi’s Presentation from the Panel, What Does (Wo)Man Want? at Symposium 2010 on March 6, 2010 at Mt. Sinai Medical Center in New York City.

Rosemary Balsam’s Presentation for Symposium 2010

Friday, April 2nd, 2010

Click Here to Read:  Rosemary Balsam’s Presentation, “Sons of Passionate Mothering,” for the Panel “What Does a (Wo)Man Want?” at Symposium 2010.  (Note: Dr. Balsam was unable to attend the symposium in person so her paper was read by Dr. Janice Lieberman.)





Question and Answer Session from Panel 1

Friday, April 2nd, 2010

Click Below to Listen To: Question and Answer Session from Panel 1: “What Does a (Wo)Man Want?” at Symposium 2010 on March 6, at Mt. Sinai Medical Center in NYC. 

Panelists: Lawrence Josephs, Moderator, Giselle Galdi, and Jonathon House.  Rosemary Balsam’s presentation was read by Janice Lieberman, both of whom are not pictured here.

Ahron Friedberg’s Presentation at Symposium 2010

Friday, April 2nd, 2010

This audio selection also features an introduction to Dr. Friedberg by Dr. Irwin Hirsch.
Unfortunately, due to a technical problem, only the first 12 to 13 minutes of Dr. Friedberg’s talk were recorded.
To read the rest of his presentation, please click the link below the audio posting.

Click Below to Listen to: Ahron Friedberg’s Presentation Desire On and Off the Couch,” from the Panel of the same name at Symposium.

Click Here to Read: Ahron Friedberg’s Full Presentation

Bergmann Presentation at Symposium 2010

Friday, April 2nd, 2010

Click Here to Listen To: Part 1 of Martin Bergmann’s Presentation, Inability to Separate: The Woman I Love and the Woman I Cannot Live Without from the panel entitled from the Panel: What Love’s Got to Do With It at Symposium 2010. There is an introduction by Carolyn Ellman.

Click Here to Listen To: Part 2 of Martin’s Bergmann’s Presentation.

Click Here To Listen To: Part 3 of Martin’s Bergmann’s Presentation.

Helen Fisher’s Presentation at Symposium 2010

Friday, April 2nd, 2010


Click Below to Listen to: Carolyn Ellman’s Introudction to Helen Fisher’s Presentation at Symposium 2010 at Mt. Sinai Medical Center in New York City.

Click Below to Listen to: Helen Fisher’s Presentation, Part 1.

Click Below to Listen to: Helen Fisher’s Presentation, Part 2

Joseph Lichtenberg’s Presentation at Symposium 2010

Friday, April 2nd, 2010

Click Below to Listen To: Introduction by Carolyn Ellman and Part 1 of Joseph Lichtenberg’s Presentation “Love Has a lot to Do,” from the panel, “What’s Love Got To Do With It?” at Symposium 2010 at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City.

>Click Below to Listen To: Part 2 of Joseph Lichtenberg’s Presentation.

Click Below to Listen To: Part 3 of Joseph Lichtenberg’s Presentation.

Click Here to Read: Joseph Lichtenberg’s Presentation as text.

Jennifer Harpers’s Introduction to Sunday at Symposium 2010

Friday, April 2nd, 2010





Click Here to Read:  Introduction by Jennifer Harper to Sunday morning Panel at Symposium 2010 on March 7 at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City.

Richard Friedman’s Presentation at Symposium 2010

Friday, April 2nd, 2010






Click Here to Read: Richard Friedman’s Presentation on “The Relevance of Sexual Differentiation of Behavior For Understanding Perversion” for the Panel “Are We Polymorphously Perverse?” from Symposium 2010 at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City.

Richard Gottlieb’s Presentation at Symposium 2010

Friday, April 2nd, 2010






Click Here to Read: Richard Gottlieb’s Presentation, “Loss, Reconstitution, and Desire,” for the Panel “Are We Polymorphously Perverse?” from Symposium 2010 at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City.

Panel 5 of Symposium 2010

Friday, April 2nd, 2010

Click Below to Listen to: Panel 5, “In Treatment,” featuring Glen Gabbard (moderator), Roni Baht, Nir Bergman and Yael Hedaya, Part 1.

Note: Although the 2 episodes viewed at the Symposium are not available online, you can click below to watch episodes from the first week of Seasons 1 & 2 of Be’Tipul. There is also al link to sample HBO’s In Treatment.

Click Here to View: Season 1 of Be’Tipul on this website (with links to Season 1 of HBO’s In Treatment).

Click Here to View: Season 2 of Be’Tipul on this website.

Click Below to Listen to: Panel 5, “In Treatment,” Part 2.

Click Below to Listen to: Panel 5, “In Treatment,” Discussion, Part 1.

Click Below to Listen to: Panel 5, “In Treatment,” Discussion, part 2

Wrap Up Panel at Symposium 2010

Friday, April 2nd, 2010


Click Here to Listen to: The Wrap Up Discussion Period at Symposium 2010 at Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York City, Part 1. Note: There is a momentary gap in the midst of Roni Baht’s discussion of Be’Tipul which occurred during the recording process. What he said was that Season 1’s HBO scripts used the same words and were a more literal translation from the Hebrew than Season 2 which took into account cultural differences between Israel and the USA.

Click Here to Listen to: Wrap Up Discussion, Part 2.

Arnold Richards: Closing Remarks Symposium 2010

Friday, April 2nd, 2010






Click Below to Listen to: Arnold Richards’s Closing Remarks at Symposium 2010 at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City.

Q and A for Panel 4 at Symposium 2010

Wednesday, November 30th, -0001

Click Below to Listen to: The Question & Answer session after Panel 4 of Symposium 2010, Part 1. The panel, entitled, “Are We Polymorphsouly Perverse?” features the Mark Blechner, (moderator), Ken Corbett, Richard C. Friedman, and Richard Gottlieb.

Click Below to Listen to: The Question & Answer session after Panel 4, Part 2.