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Annual Day in Psychoanalysis

04/27/2019 08:00

open to public
Organizer: tps&i - Toronto Psychoanalytic Society & Institute
Venue: Hart House, University of Toronto
7 Hart House Cir
ON M5S 3H3 Toronto
Canada
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FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE: The Rigid Neurotic Patient; Mourning Idealized Ideas, Concepts, Theories and Teachers

Cost:
$209 regular and $109 student* (by February 1, 2019)
$229 regular and $129 student* (after February 1, 2019)
Open to all by registration. Preregistration is required.

The Rigid Neurotic Patient
Presenter: Eric R. Marcus, MD
Discussant: Norman Doidge, MD
Rigid neurotic character structure is a problem often seen in psychoanalytic treatments. It presents the problem of failure to change and is one cause of mid-phase stalemates. This talk will explore the differential diagnosis, functional structure of the defenses, requirements of technique, and transference – counter transference problems in the treatment of these patients.

Mourning Idealized Ideas, Concepts, Theories and Teachers
Presenter: Arnold Rothstein, MD
Discussant: Charles Hanly, PhD
In this paper I suggest that mourning idealizations is an important aspect of analysts’ development. More specifically, such mourning processes facilitate the development of independent thinking, as well as more satisfying clinical work and professional careers.

Learning Objectives:
At the end of the session participants will be able:

- Understand rigid neurotic character structures.
- Manage treatment impasses more effectively.
- Mourn idealized ideas, concepts, theories, and teachers.
- Refine their own views on psychoanalytic theory, concepts, and technique.



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