Dialogues in Contemporary Psychoanalysis: Creating a Mind: Theoretical and Clinical Considerations - Giuseppe Civitarese,MD, PhD (presenting remotely); and Stephen Seligman, DMH
2018 - 2019 Dialogues in Contemporary Psychoanalysis
Henry Markman, MD and Julie Ruskin, PhD, Co-Chairs
John DiMartini, PhD, Laurie Goldsmith, PhD, Israel Katz, MD, Patricia Marra, MFT, Catherine McKenzie, PhD and Lisa Roth, PsyD, Committee Members
Medina, Fez Morocco (2014) by Lee Grossman (www.leegrossman.net)
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.
|Program Title:||Creating a Mind: Theoretical and Clinical Considerations|
|Date:||Saturday, March 30, 2019|
|Time:||09:30am - 12:30pm|
|Presenters:||Giuseppe Civitarese, MD, PhD (presenting remotely) and Stephen Seligman, DMH|
|Moderator:||Patricia Marra, MFT|
|Location:||San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis
444 Natoma Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
|Program Fee:||$ 65.00 General Admissions
$ 60.00 SFCP Analyst Members / Community Members
$ 40.00 SFCP Candidates
$ 25.00 Graduate Students
|CME/CE:||3 CME/CE Credits available for an additional:
$ 36.00 non-SFCP Members
$ 30.00 SFCP Members
|To Register:||Click here to register for the program →|
Two highly regarded clinicians and thinkers — Stephen Seligman and Giuseppe Civitarese — will each discuss “creating a mind” as lying at the heart of what we do in our consulting rooms. In conversation, they will discuss the concept of “unison/at-one-ment” as a dialectical process comprising identity and difference — with an eye toward what it means to move toward separateness in the context of relatedness. They will compare thoughts on how the body is integral to the birth of the psyche and also consider varying ideas regarding how language plays a part in the creation of subjectivity and inter-subjectivity.
PRESENTER: GIUSEPPE CIVITARESE, MD, PhD (presenting REMOTELY)
Training & Supervising Analyst, Italian Psychoanalytic Society (SPI); past-Editor, Rivista di Psicoanalisi. Dr. Civitarese has published several books, which include: The Intimate Room: Theory and Technique of the Analytic Field; The Violence of Emotions: Bion and Post-Bionian Psychoanalysis; The Necessary Dream: New Theories and Techniques of Interpretation in Psychoanalysis; The Analytic Field and Its Transformations (with A. Ferro); Truth and the Unconscious; and Sublime Subjects: Aesthetic Experience and Intersubjectivity in Psychoanalysis. He has also co-edited The W. R. Bion Tradition: Lines of Development and Bion and Contemporary Psychoanalysis: Reading A Memoir of the Future. Dr. Civitarese is in private practice in Pavia, Italy.
PRESENTER: STEPHEN SELIGMAN, DMH
Faculty, Training & Supervising Analyst, SFCP; Faculty, Personal & Supervising Analyst, PINC; Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, UCSF; Clinical Professor, NYU Postdoctoral Program in Psychoanalysis; Faculty, Infant Mental Health Certificate Programs, UC Davis and UMass, Boston; Joint Editor-in-Chief, Psychoanalytic Dialogues and International Journal of Relational Psychoanalysis; Associate Editor, Studies in Gender and Sexuality; Founding Executive Board, Journal of Infant, Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy. Dr. Seligman is the author of over 75 publications. Recently, he published the book, Relationships in Development: Infancy, Intersubjectivity and Attachment. Dr. Seligman is in private practice in San Francisco.
MODERATOR: Patricia Marra, MFT
- describe the concept of “unison/at-one-ment” as a dialectical process of identity and difference.
- define “intercorporeity” as part of the birth of the psyche.
- distinguish between the various conceptions of the move toward separateness in the context of relatedness.
- delineate the various views of language in the creation of subjectivity and inter-subjectivity.
- distinguish the differences between the emphasis on the direct effects of the analytic relationship in mobilizing development VERSUS the emphasis on the analytic field as a transformative container where the unrepresentable moves toward representation and integration.
- There will be a full refund if one requests to drop the program on or before February 27, 2019.
- There will be a 10% cancellation fee if one requests to drop the program after February 28, 2019.
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PHYSICIANS: The San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis designates this educational activity for a maximum of 2 credits as listed for each individual program, AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. This credit may also be applied to the CMA Certification in Continuing Medical Education.
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