The Virtual Psychoanalytic Museum is an on-line center where one can ‘virtually’ stroll through its halls and view exhibits where artists and analysts unite psychoanalysis with poetry, jazz, classical music and photography. It houses an original, edgy and innovative take on psychoanalysis.
Enter here: The Virtual Psychoanalytic Museum
It is our privilege to recognize the critically important work he is doing with parent and child asylum seekers at the border along with a lifetime of achievement and service to children and families in distress. We look forward to continuing to learn with him about this work with young victims of trauma. Those who would like to support his work may find more information here https://donatenow.networkforgood.org/defaulturl-21587
The SPRING Project is an outreach initiative sponsored by the Contemporary Freudian Society. The Project helps expectant and postpartum mothers and their families who are experiencing mood-related problems during pregnancy and after having a baby.
The SPRING Project – support for pregnancy, raising infants, navigating growth – is operating in the New York, Washington, DC, and Baltimore, MD metropolitan areas. Learn more about the Project at www.springproject.org!
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.
Learn more about the Psychoanalytic Training Institute of the CFS:
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co-edited by Kerry Malawista (with Robert Winer)
co-edited by Drs. Paula Ellman and Nancy Goodman
by Dr. Helen Gediman
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