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Race and Psychoanalysis

02/20/2019 19:00

open to public
Organizer: The Chicago Institute For Psychoanalysis
Venue: The Chicago Institute For Psychoanalysis
122 South Michigan Avenue
60603 Chicago
U.S.A.
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We are more aware than ever of the need to come to terms with the racism that continues to pervade our society and institutions, including psychoanalysis. In what ways does psychoanalysis itself harbor elements of racist thought? In what ways can psychoanalysis help us examine and understand the lived experience of those scarred by slavery and its aftermath? Two scholar-clinicians will consider these questions. Race in Psychoanalysis by Celia Brickman examines the ramifications of the racial subtext embedded in Freud’s writing. Gibson’s Frederick Douglass, A Psychobiography offers a psychoanalytic interpretation of the life of Douglass, the great African-American statesman and orator who was born a slave.

Celia Brickman is a scholar-in-residence at the Center for Religion and Psychotherapy in Chicago where she practices psychotherapy and previously was the Director of Education. Danjuma Gibson is Associate Professor of Pastoral Care at Calvin Theological Seminary in Grand Rapids where he also maintains a psychotherapy practice.

Workshop with Mark Solms – Chicago

03/30/2019 - 03/31/2019

open to public
Organizer: NPSA-The Neuropsychoanalysis Association
Venue: CNA Center
151 N. Franklin St.
IL 60606 Chicago
U.S.A.
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Mark Solms, a pioneer in neuropsychoanalysis and a most engaging lecturer, offers a two-day immersion into the cutting-edge field of neuropsychoanalysis, which links, as he puts it, the “science of the mind as an object with those of the mind as a subject.” Topics will include the role of the conscious id and rethinking instinct theory, why people suffer from feelings, the meaning of symptoms, a reconceptualization of repression based on the nature of memory, the tasks of psychoanalytic treatment, and how countertransference, transference interpretations and working through contribute to the therapeutic process. The first day covers the rethinking of theory based on neuroscience findings. The second day will focus on implications for psychotherapy practice.

Mark Solms is a founder of the field of neuropsychoanalysis, which links the clinical findings of psychoanalysis with knowledge generated by neuroscience. He is a member of the British, American and South African Psychoanalytical Associations. His awards and honors include the Sigourney Prize and Honorary Fellowship of the American College of Psychiatrists. He has published over 300 articles and six books. His selected works were published in 2015 as The Feeling Brain.

Maintaining the Working Alliance with Parents

04/19/2019 08:30 - 05/03/2019

open to public
Organizer: The Chicago Institute For Psychoanalysis
Venue: The Chicago Institute For Psychoanalysis
508 Central Avenue
60035 Chicago
U.S.A.
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The working alliance with parents supports and enhances the treatment process with child and adolescent patients. Without it, difficulties implementing a treatment plan or premature interruptions may occur. In this short course, participants will consider concepts of initial contact, consultation, parents’ affective responses, the working alliance, transformations within parents and parental empathy that support a child’s psychotherapy.

Evelina Pereira-Webber is a child and adolescent psychotherapist and faculty member at the Chicago Psychoanalytic Institute.



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