Congratulations to all of the CFS analysts and candidates who presented at the American Psychoanalytic Association Annual Meetings in NYC in January. Many superb programs throughout the program! And, for once, not too cold in New York!
Harriet Basseches presented on masochism, Talia Hatzor co-chaired with Christine Anzieu-Premmereur a discussion group on infant observation where IPA president Virginia Ungar presented, Irene Cairo coordinated a sold-out 2-day workshop on clinical Process and Technique, led a discussion group on Temporality in Analysis, and co-chaired a discussion group with Rogelio Sosnick on the profound ideas of Wilfried Bion, Phyllis Sloate chaired a discussion group on psychosomatic issues in analysis, Susan Finkelstein co-chaired a discussion group on Schizoid Modes in Narcissistic and Borderline States, Marie Murphy, Michael Krass, Debra Neumann, Janet Shaye and Jessica Brown co-led a discussion group on Impingements on the Analytic Container, Carmen Cepeda discussed a paper written by an analytic candidate from Italy at a discussion group sponsored by the International Psychoanalytic Studies Organization, Karen Proner chaired a discussion group on Klieinian perspectives on The Difficult Child to Reach, Jack Novick and Kerry Kelly Novick co-chaired their discussion group on Working with Parents, Gail Reed co-chaired a discussion group on French Psychoanalysis where new CFS member Howard Levine presented a talk on psychosomatics, Michael Krass and Joseph Collins co-chaired the discussion group on Working Analytically with Children and Adults on the Autism Spectrum, Alan Bass presented at a discussion group on Psychoanalytic Explorations and Jane Hall chaired her longstanding discussion group on Deepening the Treatment. For more information about the APsaA Meetings, see Psychoanalysis in the News in the General Information section of our Information Resources drop-down menu.
Our Training Institute has its own dedicated website. Training is offered in both NYC and in DC. Our trainees come from locations across the East Coast, including Baltimore, Miami, Connecticut, Norfolk and Charlottesville. Training provides in-depth instruction in multiple theoretical perspectives, including Contemporary Freudian, Contemporary Kleinian, Bionian, Winnicottian and Kohutian. For more information about training to become a psychoanalyst and other training opportunities, and to learn more about our current candidates and faculty, please visit instituteofcfs.org.
The Contemporary Freudian Society – DC Division is pleased to announce the start of our Academic Associates Program.
Learn more about the Psychoanalytic Training Institute of the CFS:
DC Annual Scientific Conference
“The Courage to Fight Violence Against Women”
March 4-5, 2016
Click here to view Kimberly Kleinman’s interview with Paula Ellman on this upcoming conference
DC Professional Development Program
Cultural Competency Program
“War Stories and Other Lullabies for Men”
Presenter: Donald Moss, MD
Date: Sunday, February 21, 2016
Location: Founder’s Hall, American University SIS, Washington, DC
For more info and to register
NY Continuing Education Programs
“Bringing Meditation Practice to Life”
Presenter: Jeffrey B. Rubin, PhD
Date: Sunday, March 13, 2016
Location: 130 West 97th Street, NYC
For more info and to register
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