Dialogues in Contemporary Psychoanalysis: Transformation in Hallucinosis and the Receptivity of the Analyst

Dialogues in Contemporary Psychoanalysis

Henry Markman, M.D. & Julie Ruskin, Ph.D., Co-Chairs
John DiMartini, Ph.D., John Jemerin, M.D., Israel Katz, M.D., Maria Longuemare, M.D., Ph.D., Patricia Marra, M.F.T., Catherine McKenzie, Ph.D., Mitchell Wilson, M.D., Committee Members

The Dialogues in Contemporary Psychoanalysis Program aims to foster meaningful discussion on major current trends in psychoanalysis — in terms of clinical practice, as well as psychoanalytic theory applied to topics such as politics, history, aesthetics, literature and film, gender, and development. Leading contributors present original work that is discussed by experts in that particular area. This program is intended for clinicians and others interested in psychoanalytic thinking.

Title: Transformation in Hallucinosis and the Receptivity of the Analyst
Date: Saturday, June 13, 2015
Time: 09:00am - 01:30pm (note the change of time)
Presenter: Giuseppe Civitarese, MD, PhD
Discussant: Rachel Peltz, PhD
Clinical Presenter: Laurie Goldsmith, PhD
Moderator: John DiMartini, PhD
Location: San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis
444 Natoma Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
Program Fee: Series fee for 4 programs:
$ 230.00  General
$ 190.00  SFCP Members
$   95.00  Students  (with copy of Student ID provided)
 
Individual program:
$ 85.00  General
$ 75.00  SFCP Members
$ 40.00  Students (with copy of Student ID provided)

 

PRESENTER: Giuseppe Civitarese, MD, PhD
Training & Supervising Analyst, Italian Psychoanalytic Society; Member, American Psychoanalytic Association.  Dr. Civitarese is the editor of Rivista di Psicoanalisi.  he has published several papers and books, which include: The Intimate Room, 2011; The Violence of Emotions, 2012; Perdere la testa: Abiezione, conflitto estetico e critica psicoanalitica [Losing One's Head: Abjection, Aesthetic Conflict and Psychoanalytic Critism], 2012; The Necessary Dream, 2014, in press; The Analytic Field and Its Transformations (with A. Ferro), 2014, in press.  he has also co-edited L'ipocondria e il dubbio: L'approccio psicoanalitico, 2011 [Hypochondria and Doubt: The Psychoanalytic Approach].  He is in private practice in Pavia, Italy.

DISCUSSANT: Rachel Peltz, PhD
Training & Supervising Analyst, Faculty, PINC; Supervision Analyst, Massachusetts Institute of Psychoanalysis.  Dr. Peltz has published papers in Psychoanalytic Dialoguesfort daThe Mind and Human InteractionPsychotherapy and Politics International, and a chapter in Psychoanalysis, Class and Politics: Encounters in the Clinical Setting.  Her most recent paper, co-authored with Peter Goldberg, is a discussion of Donnel Stern's paper, "Freud Theory in Psychoanalysis, Part 2: Bionian Field Theory and Contemporary Interpersonal/Relational Psychoanalysis."  She is in private practice in Berkeley.

CLINICAL PRESENTER: Laurie Goldsmith, PhD
Member and Faculty, SFCP; faculty and supervisory staff, Ann Martin Children's Center, Emeryville; Co-Chair, SFCP Visiting Professor Program: Co-Chair, SFCP Child Psychotherapy Training Program.  Dr. Goldsmith published "A Discussion of Mary Target's 'Is Our Sexuality Our Own,'" fort da (2012).  She is in private practice in Oakland.

MODERATOR: John DiMartini, PhD

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