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January 2018

Why is it Always the Women? by Dale Firestone, LCSW (Psychoanalytic Explorations)

January 27, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
NOBPC, 3624 Coliseum Street
New Orleans, LA 70115 United States
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This psychoanalytic discussion will explore unconscious fears of women that may form the basis of various forms of control and subjugation of women. It may be understood that cultural and religious practices, as well as myths, may express universal, unconscious anxieties and a particular culture's attempts at defense and compromise to contain anxiety through accepted ... Read more

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February 2018

SAVE THE DATE 2018 Helen Meyers Psychoanalytic Scholar Program Visit by Adrienne Harris, PhD (Scientific Presentation)

February 24, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

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March 2018

NEW DATE A Visit to Discuss His Contributions to Psychoanalytic Theory, Practice and Training by Sheldon Bach, PhD (Scientific Presentation)

March 24, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

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April 2018

Time-Limited Dynamic Psychotherapy by Rick Ferm, PhD (Psychoanalytic Explorations)

April 14, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
NOBPC, 3624 Coliseum Street
New Orleans, LA 70115 United States
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This presentation will focus on Time-limited Dynamic Psychotherapy (TLDP) (Strupp and Binder, 1985, Hannah Levenson, 1995, 2010). The TLDP model integrates relational, interpersonal, object-relations and attachment theory (emphasizing early internal working models of self-other experiences with primary care-takers) perspectives from within the larger psychodynamic framework, and provides a case formulation structure, which supports time sensitive ... Read more

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May 2018

Eros and Divine Madness: Questions and Reflections Inspired by Plato by Frances Coolidge, PhD (Psychoanalytic Explorations)

May 12, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Socrates maintains, in Plato’s Phaedrus, that eros is the highest form of divine madness. The central queries of my presentation are: is there a divine kind of madness? What is the meaning of eros construed as divine madness? Following, but diverging from, Plato’s Symposium, I propose that eros, understood as divine madness, is the capacity ... Read more

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