Talks On Psychoanalysis

Talks On Psychoanalysis shares topics published in the IPA Society Journals and Congress debates worldwide, brought to you in the voices of the original authors. This podcast is produced by International Psychoanalytical Association

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Monday Jul 13, 2020

In this podcast for “Talks on Psychoanalysis” Antonio Pérez-Sánchez presents his paper MISUNDERSTANDINGS IN BION'S WORK: INTUITION where he explores misconceptions around intuition and how these dramatically impact the making of meaning, in the patient-analyst relationship. Antonio Pérez-Sánchez is a psychiatrist, training and supervising analyst, and past president of the Spanish Psychoanalytical Society. He has written extensively on technical issues in psychoanalysis such as envy, psychic truth, forgiveness, and time. He is the author of five books. His last two books are The Psychotic Organization of the Personality (2018) and Interview and Indicators in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy. He is chair of the Sponsoring Committee of the IPA for the Portuguese Study Group, Nucleo Portuguese de Psicoanalisi, and member of the European team of the IPA-Interregional Encyclopaedic Dictionary. Email to the author aps.nijar@gmail.com   Last published books and papers: Interview and Indicator in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy (2012),Routledge Psychotic Organization of the Personality (2018),Routledge   The body and the 'here and now' (2019), EPFAlso published in the Italian Journal Psicanalisi  (2019)Vol.23. nº 1.   Link to this paperhttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1uN-OyYoBN24Kog1Gnpocn01Y4Tb_Mxm6/view?usp=sharing   This Episode is also available in Spanish  

Tuesday Jul 07, 2020

In today’s episode we have the opportunity to hear -from the voice of Cláudio Eizirik- his essay on the social, cultural, and political events in Brazil and the world. “Once again, The Serpent’s Egg?”, asks the author, recalling the Bergman's film that portrayed the period previous to Nazism in Germany. Cláudio Eizirik is a full member, training and supervising analyst at the Porto Alegre Psychoanalytical Society, professor emeritus of Psychiatry at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul. Dr Eizirik is a former President of the International Psychoanalytical Association and of the Federation of Psychoanalytic Societies of Latin America. He received the Sigourney Award in 2011. He has published several books and his main areas of interest are on theory and practice of psychoanalysis, the process of ageing, and the relationship of psychoanalysis with culture.  Introduction recorded by Frank Andrade frankandrade70@gmail.comEtude Op. 25 no. 4 in A minor - 'Paganini' comes from https://musopen.org This Episode is also available in Portuguese

Monday Jun 29, 2020

In this episode, Talks On Psychoanalysis hosts an interview with William Glover, President of the American Psychoanalytic Association. He will talk with Anna Christopoulos, member of the IPA website Editorial Board, just a few days after the end of the 109TH Annual APsaA Meeting. This interview will offer us the opportunity to have an in-depth view on the current social and political situation in the United States, from the perspective of the psychoanalytical frame. William C. Glover is President of the American Psychoanalytic Association and served as North American member of the IPA Board of Representatives, 2009-2011, and 2015-2019. He is Training & Supervising Analyst at the San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis and lives and practices in Berkeley, California. Anna L. Christopoulos is a member and the General Secretary of the Hellenic Psychoanalytic Society in Athens, Greece. She is Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens,  Greece. Introduction recorded by Frank Andrade frankandrade70@gmail.comEtude Op. 25 no. 4 in A minor - 'Paganini' comes from https://musopen.org

Wednesday Jun 17, 2020

In today’s episode Fred Bush will speak about his new paper: Self-Criticism as a Lifeline.  Thanks to his clinical vignettes and to his sharp description of the mechanisms that rule the need for self criticism, he will lead us to discover a kind of patient that is different from the one that generally manifest a sense of guilt and melancholia. We’ll see that if they’re not experiencing criticism, these patients encounter the fear of a terrifying void. Because here self criticism is a way to hold on to the primary object. Fred Busch, Ph.D. is a Training and Supervising Analyst at the Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute. Dr. Busch has published over 70 articles in the psychoanalytic literature, and four books, primarily on the method and theory of treatment. He has been on numerous editorial boards. His work has been translated into ten languages, and he has been invited to present over 160 papers and clinical workshops nationally and internationally. His last two books were Creating a Psychoanalytic Mind: A Method and Theory of Psychoanalysis, published in 20014, and in in March, 2019, The Analyst’s Reveries: Explorations in Bion’s Enigmatic Concept. He is currently editing a new book: Dear Candidate: Analysts from around the world write personal letters to candidates. Introduction recorded by Frank Andrade frankandrade70@gmail.com Etude Op. 25 no. 4 in A minor - 'Paganini' comes from https://musopen.org

Tuesday Jun 09, 2020

In this new episode we’ll explore, by the voice of Hilit Brodsky, the "Eternal recurrence of the same” and the chasm between memory and forgetfulness. Hilit Brodsky (PhD) is a clinical social worker and a training psychoanalyst at the Israel Psychoanalytical Society. She is an award winner of the Psychoanalytic Training Today Award of the IPA and a researcher of Psychoanalysis and Culture, focusing on music and musical reverie associated to Trauma. She is a faculty member on the school of Social Work in BIU, a lecturer on the psychotherapy program, Sackler School of Medicine at Tel-Aviv University and on Bar Ilan Psychotherapy program. Her edited book "criss-cross" on Art, Culture and Psychoanalysis will be published shortly. Introduction recorded by Frank Andrade frankandrade70@gmail.com Etude Op. 25 no. 4 in A minor - 'Paganini' comes from https://musopen.org

Tuesday Jun 09, 2020

Merav Roth (PhD) is a clinical psychologist and a training psychoanalyst at the Israel Psychoanalytical Society. She is a researcher of Hermeneutics and Culture, focusing on the link between psychoanalysis and literature. She is the chair of the psychotherapy program, Sackler School of Medicine at Tel-Aviv University, and the former chair of the Interdisciplinary Doctoral Program in psychoanalysis and the former founder and chair of the post graduate Melanie Klein studies. Roth published various chapters in books and papers on psychoanalysis, literature and trauma.Among her recent publications, this year her book Reading the Reader – A psychoanalytic perspective on literature - was published by Routledge, 2020. To read the entire paper. Introduction recorded by Frank Andrade. Etude Op. 25 no. 4 in A minor - 'Paganini' comes from https://musopen.org

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This podcast is produced by International Psychoanalytical Association

Harriet Wolfe, President
Adriana Prengler, Vice President
Henk Jan Dalewijk, Treasurer

Silvia Wajnbuch, Communications Committee Chair
Ursula Burkert, Scientific Communications sub-Committee Chair
Gaetano Pellegrini, Head of the Podcast Editorial Team, Scientific Communications sub-Committee member.

Collaborators: Johanna Velt, Julia-Flore Alibert [fr]; Monica D’Alançon, Alice Färber, Jakob Müller [ger]; Ana Maria Martin Solar, Gabriela Rouillon Acosta [sp]; Isabel Silveira [por]; Soh Agatsuma, Atsumi Minamisawa, Kouhei Harada [jp].

For questions and proposals please send an email to ipatalks@ipa.world

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