Hayuta Gurevich, MA

Visiting Professor 2018
Hayuta Gurevich, MA

This year’s Visiting Professor is Hayuta Gurevich, MA, a Training Analyst at the Israeli Psychoanalytic Association. She is also a member and on the faculty of the Winnicott Center in Tel-Aviv and the Primary Mental States Program at Tel-Aviv University.

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This year’s Visiting Professor is Hayuta Gurevich, MA, a Training Analyst at the Israeli Psychoanalytic Association. She is also a member and on the faculty of the Winnicott Center in Tel-Aviv and the Primary Mental States Program at Tel-Aviv University.

Ms. Gurevich lectures and teaches in various treatment centers on early trauma and dissociation, intertwining Ferenczi's late writings with Winnicott's theory about early developmental traumatic relations and their intrapsychic impact.

She has published the papers: "The Language of Absence" (International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 2008, 89(3)) , "The Return of Dissociation as Absence within Absence" (American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 2014, 74), "The Language of Absence and the Language of Tenderness: Therapeutic Transformation of Early Psychic Trauma and Dissociation as Resolution of the "Identification with the Aggressor'" (Fort Da, 2015, 21), and contributed a chapter titled "Psychoanalytic Mothering" in the book, Motherhood: Psychoanalysis and Other Disciplines, 2009, edited by Emilia Perroni (in Hebrew).