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American Psychoanalytic Association, Meetings in New York—January 17, 2014

American Psychoanalytic Association, Meetings in New York—January 17, 2014

Summary of Curriculum Workshop

Moderator: Mary Margaret McClure, DMH
Panelists: Laurie Case, PhD, Victor Bonfilio, PhD, Maureen Murphy, PhD, Peter Goldberg, PhD

President's Message

President's Message

by Robin Deutsch, PhD

 

As the end of the academic year is approaching, I’d like to take the opportunity to thank analysts who have given generously of themselves in leadership positions over the past several years. Michael Windholz, a member of the Management Team and Chair of the Academic and Applied Psychoanalysis, Advocacy and Research Division, Paul Ransohoff, co-chair of the Ethics Com- mittee, Jan Baeuerlen, co-Chair of the Committee on Child Anal- ysis, and Linda Bartlett, Chair of the Low Fee Referral Service are all stepping down from their positions on June 30.

PATRICK MILLER, MD — THE 2014 WINDHOLZ MEMORIAL LECTURER

Scientific Meeting, April 13, 2014

by Eric Glassgold, MD

 

PATRICK MILLER, MD — THE 2014 WINDHOLZ MEMORIAL LECTURER

Patrick Miller, a Parisian psychoanalyst, will visit our psychoanalytic center over the weekend of April 11th and give the Windholz Memorial Lecture on Sunday evening, April 13th at 6:00PM. Dr. Miller is a founding member and past president of La Société Psychanalytique de Recherche et de Formation (The Society for Psychoanalytic Research and Training), France’s newest IPA affiliated psychoanalytic society.

Announcements

ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Peer consultation group forming for experienced clinicians. Meet weekly. Please contact Audrey Dunn, LCSW, (415-751-3267) or Michael Pastor, PhD, MFT (415-333-5039) if interested.

Audrey Dunn
Community member and Board member


Mali Mann, MD, would like to invite all of you to participate in the first interactive discussion taking place on the International Psychoanalytical Association's website. The topic is “New Families”. We will be discussing how changes in the scientific and cultural spheres have created a new family environment for children that raises many questions for all of us.

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Recognitions

RECOGNITIONS

 

Lisa Buchberg, DMH, published a review of “Oedipus in Brooklyn: Reading Freud on women, watching Lena Dunham’s Girls,” The Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 83:1, 2014.

Stephen Seligman, DMH, co-edited Infant and early childhood mental health: Core concepts and clinical practice. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Publishing, 2014 (Co-edited by Kristie Brandt, CNM, DNP; Bruce D. Perry, MD, PhD; Stephen Seligman, DMH; and Ed Tronick, PhD). Dr. Seligman contributed a chapter: “Attachment, intersubjectivity, and mentalization within the experience of the child, the parent, and the provider.”

Mali A. Mann, MD, presented her paper “Attachment patterns and disorders in infancy and early childhood”, on February 19, for a class of Stanford Students at the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science.

SFCP Library News

SFCP Library News

by Alyson Barrett-Ryan, MA, MLIS and Jason Ryan

 

Cant Connect

Commentary on Blue Jasmine, a film by Woody Allen

Commentary on Blue Jasmine, a film by Woody Allen

by Sandra Salatich, PsyD, Community Member

 

IPA web site's Debate, “New Families: What Psychoanalysis has to say about them”

IPA web site's Debate, “New Families: What Psychoanalysis has to say about them”

by Mali Mann, MD, Chair of North American Committee of Child and Adolescent Psychoanalysis ( NA-COCAP).

 

News from the Membership Services Committee

News from the Membership Services Committee

by Meryl Botkin, PhD, Chair

 

Professional Wills Conference
I want to call your attention to our upcoming Professional Wills Conference on March 29, 2014 at the Center from 9:30am - 1pm. Making a professional will is a difficult task we have to encounter in order to protect our patients when something unforeseen befalls us. We need to have in place someone to contact our patients and take over for us if need be.

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