2019 - 2020 Dialogues in Contemporary Psychoanalysis

Henry Markman, MD and Julie Ruskin, PhD, Co-Chairs

Medina, Fez Morocco (2014) by Lee Grossman
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 — involving clinical practice, as well as psychoanalytic theory applied to topics such as politics, history, aesthetics, literature, 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: FERENCZI’S “MUTUAL ANALYSIS” AND ITS RELEVANCE TO CURRENT PRACTICE
Date: Saturday, April 18, 2020
Time: 09:30am - 12:30pm
Presenter: Henry Markman, MD
Discussant: Maria Longuemare, MD
Moderator: John DiMartini, PhD
Location: San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis
444 Natoma Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
Program Fee: $ 65.00  General Admission
$ 60.00  SFCP Analyst Members, PPM and Community Members
Free      SFCP Candidates

Note: There are limited spaces for Pre-licensed Clinicians and students. Please email [email protected] for registrations.
To Register: Click here to register for this program →

PRESENTER: HENRY MARKMAN, MD
Training & Supervising Analyst, SFCP; Personal Analyst, PINC; Co-chair, Dialogues for Contemporary Psychoanalysis, SFCP. Dr. Markman has published several papers, including “The Good, the Bad, The Ugly, and the Dead: A Hypotheses Regarding a Typology of Analytic Fields,” (fort da, 2018), “Presence, Mourning, Beauty: Elements of Analytic Process,” (JAPA, 2017; two articles in press, “Embodied Attunement” (JAPA) and “Accompaniment in Jazz and Psychoanalysis” (Psychoanalytic Dialogues); and a forthcoming book, Creative Engagement: The Heart of Analytic Practice (Anticipated Publication in 2020). He is interested in analytic process and technical innovations, therapeutic action, and aesthetics and music in relation to experience in therapy. Dr. Markman is in private practice in Berkeley.

DISCUSSANT: MARIA LONGUEMARE, MD
Training & Supervising Analyst, SFCP; Chair, SFCP Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Training Program; Co-Chair, SFCP Analytic Training Program. Dr. Longuemare is in private practice in San Francisco.

MODERATOR: John DiMartini, PhD