The Postgraduate Psychoanalytic Society & Institute
Co-sponsor with MPG consultant
One Day Conference
Sunday, April 9, 2017 10:00 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.
Salmagundi Art Club
47 Fifth Avenue (at 12th Street), New York City
On Becoming Psychoanalyst: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow
Becoming and living a life as a psychoanalyst goes beyond career and profession. Much as with an artist's work, psychoanalytic clinical practice demands a special commitment to exploration of personal meanings, conscious or unconscious, not only of the patients but also of therapists themselves. The clinical work and personal inner lives of psychoanalysts are intertwined deeply, posing both opportunities and perils.
Morning Session: 10:00 – 11:45am
In this one day conference, we will explore not only the evolving theoretical discourses, but also the changing environment, premises, role requirements and mores that impact on psychoanalytic clinical work, with particular attention to its impact on their individual personal inner experiences and their sense of self and identity.
Adapting to the Changing Scene in Psychoanalytic Practice
Stanley Teitelbaum, PhD
Valerie Angel. LCSW ---- Discussion Moderator
Afternoon Session: 12:45 – 4:15pm
Reflections on Work and Life of Psychoanalyst: Dialogue
Ruth Gruenthal, LCSW ---- Ona Lindquist, LCSW
Linda Atkins, LCSW ---- Judith Rosenberger, PhD, LCSW
Frank Lachmann, PhD ---- Ruth Shapiro, PhD
Round Table Discussion: Panel with Audience Q&A
Nobuko Meaders, LCSW ---- Discussion Moderator
Registration: General Admission -- $130. PPSI Members -- $100. Checks payable to: PPSI.
Mail to: PO Box 2031, Madison Square Station, New York, NY 10010-9996
Information: Nobuko Meaders, LCSW (firstname.lastname@example.org, 212-228-6988)
This program is approved for 5 CE credit hours.
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