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    • 08 Oct 2017
    • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • 1912 Shippan Avenue, Stamford, CT

    The Fairfield County 

    Film Club:

    Psychoanalysis at the Movies


    2017 Fall Meeting


     “Julieta”

    a film by Pedro Almodovar



    Sunday, October 8, 2017

    11:00 AM - 1:00 PM


    Location: 1912 Shippan Avenue, Stamford, CT 


     

    After a chance meeting, middle-aged Julieta (Emma Suarez) learns that her long-lost daughter has resurfaced in Madrid. This begins a painful reflection by Julieta into her checkered past, flashing back to the moments of pain that defined her current life. Julieta is a film about self-reflection, trauma, moral struggle and renewal. This drama is directed by Spanish master Pedro Almodóvar.


    “Julieta” is a perfect movie for a psychoanalytical audienceIt's available on iTunes and Amazon Instant Video and on DVD and Blu Ray. 


    Please view the film before the meeting.


     

    The Film Club is open to all CSPP members and you do not have to have attended earlier meetings to take part.

     

    RSVP to Susanne Weil: smweil@yahoo.com


    • 12 Nov 2017
    • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

    The New Haven Region Announces the Cinema and Psychoanalysis Mini Meeting discussion of the film

    “Mother” by the Director Darren Aronofsky (“Black Swan”)


    Date: November 12, 2017


    Time: 2 - 4 PM


    Place: The Home of Allison Brownlow,

    8 High Meadow Rd. North Haven, CT.

    (Off Dixwell Ave. between Ridge Rd. & Hartford Tpke.)


    Please  RSVP selfpsych@aol.com (space is limited)



     ‘Mother Is a Divine Comedy, Dressed as a Psychological Thriller’

     Directed by Darren Aronofsky Drama, Horror, Mystery, Thriller R



    Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem in “Mother”


    Reviewed by A.O. Scott, New York Times, 9/17/17:


    The couple live in a grand, oddly-shaped Victorian house in the middle of a tree-ringed meadow — less a McMansion than a perennial fixer-upper. The work of home improvement, of literal homemaking, you might say, falls to the young wife. Her husband, who has been around longer than she has, is absorbed in his work. Hes a poet, and the torment of creation distracts him from her needs, at times rendering him all but oblivious to her presence. Neither partner is given a name. They are played by Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem. The movie is called “Mother!” The first line of dialogue is “Baby?”

    The missus walks around in her nightgown, lonely and confused, especially when her hubby starts bringing home guests. “Who are these people?” she asks him. She never receives an adequate answer — they are big fans of the poets work, though — and for a while her bewilderment is ours as well. But we, at least, are in a position to analyze the abundantly available clues and figure out who everybody is, the poet and his lady included. Or if not quite who they are, then at least what they represent. Because though this extravagant conversation piece of a movie, written and directed by Darren Aronofsky, feints toward psychological thriller territory and spends a delicious half-hour or so in the realm of domestic farce, it plants its flag defiantly on the wind-swept peak of religious (and ecological) allegory.

    I don’t mean this in the vague, Superman-is-really-a-messiah-figure term paper sense of the word. At a certain point — it will vary according to your Sunday school attendance or what you remember from freshman English — you will find yourself in possession of the key to the analogical storage room where the Real Meaning resides. Up until that point, you might have thought this was a marital melodrama set in a nightmarish version of a 50s academic marriage. When Ed Harris and Michelle Pfeiffer show up, you might mistake “Mother!” for a savage, scrambled “Whos Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” adaptation. But then, sometime between the first violent death and the collapse of the kitchen sink, you realize that something else is going on.

    Here I must confess a different kind of puzzlement. Is there such a thing as interpretive spoiler? Is it wrong to reveal a movies conceit, rather than elements of its story? Ordinarily, such questions would be absurd, but Mr. Aronofsky ingeniously braids his movies hermeneutic structure into its plot, making it hard to say what its about without revealing what happens. All of the suspense and most of the fun in “Mother!” — and dont listen to anyone who natters on about how intense or disturbing it is; its a hoot! — has to do with the elaboration and execution of a central idea.

    “Mother!” casts a wider net, gathering influences from cinema — Roman Polanski, Stanley Kubrick, Gaspar Noé — from literature and, most strikingly, from painting. Mr. Aronofsky and his usual cinematographer, Matthew Libatique, conduct a master class in light, shadow and Renaissance art. Ms. Lawrence glows like an Italian Madonna, while the deep lines in Mr. Bardems face and the sorrowful cast of his eyes suggest El Greco. The infernal chaos of the climactic sequences are pure Hieronymus Bosch, updated for the age of Kristen Wiig.




    • 02 Dec 2017
    • 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    • New Haven Lawn Club

    Registration is Open


    The Connecticut Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology


    Presents a Clinical Conference


    Anton Hart, PhD 


    Opening Up Subjects of Difference: 

    Beyond Competence, Towards Authentic, Curious Co-participation


     December 2, 2017


    10:30 am – 12:30 pm
    The New Haven Lawn Club
    193 Whitney Ave, New Haven

    Lunch will follow for all attendees




    Speaker

    Anton Hart, Ph.D. Anton H. Hart, PhD, FABP, is a Training and Supervising Analyst and on the Faculty of the William Alanson White Institute in New York City. A member of the International Psychoanalytical Association (IPA) and the American Psychoanalytic Association (APsaA), he serves in APsaA’s Department of Psychoanalytic Education as the Chair of the Diversities Section. A Fellow of the American Board of Psychoanalysis, he supervises at Teachers College, Columbia University and at the Derner Institute of Adelphi University. He is a member of the Editorial Boards of the journals Psychoanalytic Psychology and Contemporary Psychoanalysis. He teaches in the Department of Psychology at Mt. Sinai/St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital, at the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy, and at the National Institute for the Psychotherapies. He has published papers on issues of mutuality, disruption and safety. He served as Associate Co-producer for the film, “Black Psychoanalysts Speak,” in which he was also featured. He is a Co-Founder of the White Institute’s Study Group on Race and Psychoanalysis. He is writing a book, to be published by Routledge, entitled, Beyond Oaths or Codes: Toward Relational Psychoanalytic Ethics. He is in full-time private practice in New York City.


    Summary

    At the present moment, psychoanalytically oriented thinkers and practitioners are reminded that they engage in a strange, minority discipline in relation to the world outside. A recognition of this position of otherness could potentially enhance psychoanalysis’ ability to reach beyond its (relatively privileged) borders when it comes to thinking about and therapeutically engaging people who are diverse and who are “other.”  Yet psychoanalysis too often fails to self-reflectively consider on its own minority status, and its own tendency toward homogeneity and conformity. 


    In order to penetrate the surface of such intractable things as prejudice and discrimination, a stance of curiosity and openness is required. This presentation will examine both the resistances to, and the necessity for, psychoanalytic engagement—and prioritization—of issues of otherness, difference and diversity. Some of the root anxieties associated with genuine, curious, diversity-related dialogue are identified. 


    Proceeding from a hermeneutic-psychoanalytic orientation, the presenter argues for cultivating—in ourselves and in our patients, supervisees and students—a stance of curiosity and “radical openness” when it comes to matters of difference. He also emphasizes the noticing and learning from those moments where diversity-related communication—in the psychoanalytic classroom, supervisory, and clinical setting—seems to break down. Attention to such breakdowns is portrayed as key to facilitating dialogue that can help to heal the wounds of discrimination and sooth the anxieties that underlie discriminatory defense in the first place. This, in turn, may lead to a more diverse—and diversely applied—psychoanalysis.


    Location

    The New Haven Lawn Club

    193 Whitney Ave, New Haven


    Conference Schedule

    10:00 – 10:30 Registration and Continental Breakfast

    10:30 – 12:30 Presentation

    12:30  –  1:30  Lunch for All Attendees


    Recommended Readings

    Stoute, B., (2017). Race and Racism in Psychoanalytic Thought: Examining the ghosts in our nursery, The American Psychoanalyst, 51(1).


    Holmes, D.E. (2017). The Fierce Urgency of Now: An Appeal to Organized Psychoanalysis to Publicly Take a Stand on Race, The American Psychoanalyst, 51(1).


    Hart, A. (2017). "From Multicultural Competence to Radical Openness: A Psychoanalytic Engagement of Otherness," The American Psychoanalyst, 51(1). 


    CLICK HERE to read all of the above readings.


    To Register and Pay

    Register and pay online with your credit card or paypal.  


    To pay by check, print and fill out the registration form and mail with your check to Conference Registrar, Nir Yehudai, LMSW, 303 Mansfield St #1, New Haven, CT 06511 Mailed registrations must be postmarked by April 24 to qualify for early registration discount.

    Click here for mail in registration form. 


    Members - remember to log in to register as a member.


    Refunds will be given in full if the Conference Registrar, Nir Yehudai, LMSW, is contacted at Nir Yehudai no later than the Monday before the conference.


    Participants 

    The conference is appropriate for professionals interested in the practice of psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy. The instructional level of this conference is intermediate.


    Learning Objectives

    1. Participants will understand the contrast between competency-based and hermeneutic-based approaches to diversity in psychoanalysis.


    2. Participants will be able to identify the relationship between analytic curiosity and “radical openness” in the clinical situation.

    3. Participants with acquire an understanding of the “necessary losses,” for both participants, inherent in the psychoanalytic dialog.


    Continuing Education

    This conference has been approved for for 2 continuing education hours (NASW & Div. 39)


    Division 39 is committed to accessibility and non-discrimination in its continuing education activities. Participants are asked to be aware of needs for privacy and confidentiality throughout the program. If program content becomes stressful, participants are encouraged to process these feelings during discussion periods. If participants have special needs, we will attempt to accommodate them.

    Please address questions, concerns and any complaints to Ellen Nasper, PhD, at Ellen Nasper.


    Art: Henri Matisse View of Notre Dame, 1914, MOMA

    • 20 Jan 2018
    • 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    • New Haven Lawn Club

    The Connecticut Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology

    Presents a Clinical Conference


    Daniel Shaw, LCSW 


    Title TBA



     January 20, 2018


    Watch for Registration Opening!

    10:30 am – 12:30 pm
    The New Haven Lawn Club
    193 Whitney Ave, New Haven

    Lunch will follow for all attendees



    Summary

    TBA


    Speaker

    Daniel Shaw LCSW is a psychoanalyst in private practice in New York City and in Nyack, New York. He is the author of Traumatic Narcissism: Relational Systems of Subjugation, for the Relational Perspectives Series, Routledge. 


    A bio can be read at:

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/author/danielshawlcsw-220


    In addition he is featured in a video at: https://www.theatlantic.com/video/index/501413/life-and-death-of-a-cult/


    Location

    The New Haven Lawn Club

    193 Whitney Ave, New Haven


    Conference Schedule

    10:00 – 10:30 Registration and Continental Breakfast

    10:30 – 12:30 Presentation

    12:30  –  1:00  Lunch for All Attendees


    To Register and Pay

    (Will Open Soon)

    Register and pay online with your credit card or paypal.  


    To pay by check, print and fill out the registration form and mail with your check to Conference Registrar, Nir Yehudai, LMSW, 303 Mansfield St #1, New Haven, CT 06511 Mailed registrations must be postmarked by April 24 to qualify for early registration discount.

    Click here for mail in registration form. 


    Members - remember to log in to register as a member.


    Refunds will be given in full if the Conference Registrar, Nir Yehudai, LMSW, is contacted at Nir Yehudai no later than the Monday before the conference.


    Recommended Readings

    Shay, J. (2014).  Moral Injury            

    Psychoanalytic Psychology 2014, Vol. 31, No. 2, 182–191.



    Participants 

    The conference is appropriate for professionals interested in the practice of psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy. The instructional level of this conference is intermediate.


    Learning Objectives

    1.  TBA

     

    2.  TBA  

     
    3.  TBA

    Continuing Education

    This conference has been approved for for 2 continuing education hours (NASW & Div. 39)


    Division 39 is committed to accessibility and non-discrimination in its continuing education activities. Participants are asked to be aware of needs for privacy and confidentiality throughout the program. If program content becomes stressful, participants are encouraged to process these feelings during discussion periods. If participants have special needs, we will attempt to accommodate them.

    Please address questions, concerns and any complaints to Ellen Nasper, PhD, at Ellen Nasper.


    Art: 

    • 02 Mar 2018
    • 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Gateway Community College New Haven, Connecticut




    Save the Date and Call for Break out Session Proposals
    Submission deadline: October 31, 2017


    Attachment: 

    Enhancing Attachment Bonds 
    in Clinical, Community, Family and Educational Settings


    Friday March 2, 2018
    8:30 – 3pm
    Gateway Community College
    New Haven, Connecticut


    A conference organized by the Attachment Network of Connecticut, the Connecticut Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology, the Yale Child Study Center.


    Why a conference on Attachment?

    Attachment relationships are fundamental: they influence the social, emotional, cognitive and behavioral adjustment of all individuals. Attachment patterns are established early in childhood and become the model of each person’s particular disposition towards relating to others. When our attachment relationships are disturbed, it can impact all areas of functioning. Understanding the role of attachment in relationships can enhance the effectiveness of all who work with children, adolescents, adults, families and communities.


    Who might benefit from a conference on Attachment?

    Clinicians, teachers and other school personnel, child-care providers, pediatricians, and those who work in various roles in the community can benefit from understanding how secure attachments are cultivated. Interventions that support secure attachment not only may enhance mental health, they also provide novel strategies to address behavioral difficulties.

    Conference Schedule


    Morning:
    9-9:15  Introductions and Orientation

    Keynote Speakers:

    9:15 – 10:30 Arietta Slade, PhD  Overview of Attachment Theory

    10:30 – 10:45 Break

    10:45 – 12:00 Norka Malberg, PsyD  Contemporary Clinical Applications of Attachment Theory

    12 -12:15  Discussion

    12:15 – 1:00 Lunch

    1 – 2:15  Break out sessions. (TBA) Concurrent breakout sessions on the applications of attachment theory in clinical, educational, and community settings.

    2:15 – 3pm Charlie Slaughter, MPH, Vision for Community Based Attachment

    Proposals for Break-out Sessions

    We seek proposals for break-out sessions that will illustrate the uses of attachment theory in clinical, school, childcare, medical settings, social service agencies, and communities. Presentations should provide attendees with knowledge about how to translate theory into practical, effective interventions. Click here for an application to offer a break-out session.

    Break Out Session Proposal Format
    Submission deadline: October 31, 2017


    Please write your proposal using the headings in the order as they appear below. Please submit your proposal by email to Barbara Stern by October 31, 2017.

    1.     Contact Person:  full name, address, email,  telephone

    2.    Session Title

    3.    Session Description including target audience and nature of intervention including how it makes use of attachment theory.  (maximum 500 words)

    4.    Name of each presenter. Please include degree, educational/ clinical/institutional affiliation, past experience doing presentations on this topic.   

    • 10 Mar 2018
    • 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    • New Haven Lawn Club

    The Connecticut Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology

    Presents a Clinical Conference


    Deborah Luepnitz, PhD 


    Title TBA



    Watch for Registration Opening!

     March 10, 2018


    10:30 am – 12:30 pm
    The New Haven Lawn Club
    193 Whitney Ave, New Haven

    Lunch will follow for all attendees



    Summary

    TBA


    Speaker

    Deborah Luepnitz, PhD is in private practice in Philadelphia and is on the Clinical Faculty of the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. She is the author of several books, including Schopenhauer's Porcupines: Intimacy And Its Dilemmas: Five Stories Of Psychotherapy, for the Relational Perspectives Series, Routledge. 


    She is featured in an interview at:  http://www.nytimes.com/2013/11/14/booming/backing-off-wanting-it-all-from-a-spouse.html


    A short article about her work at Project HOME can be found at: https://projecthome.org/posts/2016/01/untying-knots-mind


    Location

    The New Haven Lawn Club

    193 Whitney Ave, New Haven


    Conference Schedule

    10:00 – 10:30 Registration and Continental Breakfast

    10:30 – 12:30 Presentation

    12:30  –  1:00  Lunch for All Attendees


    To Register and Pay

    (Will Open Soon)

    Register and pay online with your credit card or paypal.  


    To pay by check, print and fill out the registration form and mail with your check to Conference Registrar, Nir Yehudai, LMSW, 303 Mansfield St #1, New Haven, CT 06511 Mailed registrations must be postmarked by April 24 to qualify for early registration discount.

    Click here for mail in registration form. 


    Members - remember to log in to register as a member.


    Refunds will be given in full if the Conference Registrar, Nir Yehudai, LMSW, is contacted at Nir Yehudai no later than the Monday before the conference.


    Recommended Readings

    Shay, J. (2014).  Moral Injury            

    Psychoanalytic Psychology 2014, Vol. 31, No. 2, 182–191.



    Participants 

    The conference is appropriate for professionals interested in the practice of psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy. The instructional level of this conference is intermediate.


    Learning Objectives

    1.  TBA

     

    2.  TBA  

     
    3.  TBA

    Continuing Education

    This conference has been approved for for 2 continuing education hours (NASW & Div. 39)


    Division 39 is committed to accessibility and non-discrimination in its continuing education activities. Participants are asked to be aware of needs for privacy and confidentiality throughout the program. If program content becomes stressful, participants are encouraged to process these feelings during discussion periods. If participants have special needs, we will attempt to accommodate them.

    Please address questions, concerns and any complaints to Ellen Nasper, PhD, at Ellen Nasper.


    Art: 

    • 05 May 2018
    • 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    • New Haven Lawn Club

    The Connecticut Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology

    Presents a Clinical Conference


    Kathryn White, PhD 


    What the Thunder Said:

    Experiencing Creative Expression 

    in the Healing of Childhood Trauma


    Watch for Registration Opening!

     May 5, 2018


    10:30 am – 12:30 pm
    The New Haven Lawn Club
    193 Whitney Ave, New Haven

    Lunch will follow for all attendees



    Summary

    Madness, trauma and the creative process are intrinsically unconventional and disruptive. When we are the listener and observer, we can be discombobulated in our efforts to understand what we hear and witness. Exploring the landscape of uncertainty in creative and analytic work, this presentation also explores how the message of the creator is processed and reflected in relationship and how this challenges established perspectives. 


    The format of this presentation will be highly interactive, with a focus on a short film, case material, and discussion integrated throughout.


    The film, created by the patient, powerfully documents a series of interactions between the filmmaker and her severely mentally ill mother. Theoretical presentation will identify ways to utilize the work of Balint, Brothers and others to foster work with trauma, especially rage and the desire to forgive. 


    Speaker

    Kathryn White, PhD is a CSPP member, in private practice in New Haven, formerly supervising Clinical Faculty of the Department of Psychology at the University of Tennessee, and twice President of the Applanchian Psychoanalytic Society.



    Location

    The New Haven Lawn Club

    193 Whitney Ave, New Haven


    Conference Schedule

    10:00 – 10:30 Registration and Continental Breakfast

    10:30 – 12:30 Presentation

    12:30  –  1:00  Lunch for All Attendees


    To Register and Pay

    (Will Open Soon)

    Register and pay online with your credit card or paypal.  


    To pay by check, print and fill out the registration form and mail with your check to Conference Registrar, Nir Yehudai, LMSW, 303 Mansfield St #1, New Haven, CT 06511 Mailed registrations must be postmarked by April 24 to qualify for early registration discount.

    Click here for mail in registration form. 


    Members - remember to log in to register as a member.


    Refunds will be given in full if the Conference Registrar, Nir Yehudai, LMSW, is contacted at Nir Yehudai no later than the Monday before the conference.


    Recommended Readings

    Relevant to this presentation, her review of Doris Brother's book, Toward a Psychology of Uncertainty: Trauma-Centered Psychoanalysis can be found at http://www.apadivisions.org/division-39/publications/reviews/uncertainty.aspx

     

    Additionally, her review of the Jungian Jerome Bernstein's book, Living in the Borderland: The Evolution of Consciousness and the Challenge of Healing Trauma is at  http://www.apadivisions.org/division-39/publications/reviews/borderland.aspx



    Participants 

    The conference is appropriate for professionals interested in the practice of psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy. The instructional level of this conference is intermediate.


    Learning Objectives

    1. Using modern psychoanalytic theory, analyze countertransference discomfort related to unusual or emotionally difficult content in order to enhance clinical listening and communication.


    2. Utilize psychoanalytic concepts of uncertainty to foster work with trauma, especially rage and the desire to forgive.


    5.  Increase awareness of the ways in which our strict adherence to a specific paradigm (be it clinical, social, or profit-based) can stifle the creative process of listening and engaging as a therapist.


    Continuing Education

    This conference has been approved for for 2 continuing education hours (NASW & Div. 39)


    Division 39 is committed to accessibility and non-discrimination in its continuing education activities. Participants are asked to be aware of needs for privacy and confidentiality throughout the program. If program content becomes stressful, participants are encouraged to process these feelings during discussion periods. If participants have special needs, we will attempt to accommodate them.

    Please address questions, concerns and any complaints to Ellen Nasper, PhD, at Ellen Nasper.


    Art: © Kathryn Grskovich White, Chên: The Arousing (Shock, Thunder) 2017

Past events

16 Sep 2017 Clinical Conference: Jonathan Shay, PhD Topic:  Moral Injury
18 Jun 2017 Fairfield Region's Psychoanalysis and Film series will be discussing: "Moonlight"
11 Jun 2017 The Diversity Work Group is offering a workshop on: "A Day in the Life of a Syrian Refugee"
10 Jun 2017 Fairfield Region Mini-Meeting: "Learning from our Patients: Living with and Recovering from Borderline Personality Disorder"
21 May 2017 Fairfield Region: Sharon Farber, PhD will discuss her book: “Celebrating The Wounded Healer Psychotherapist: Pain, Post -Traumatic Growth, And Self-Disclosure”
06 May 2017 Clinical Conference: Maria Elena Oliva, LCSW "A Healing Journey of the Bilingual Self: In Search of the Language of the Heart"
23 Apr 2017 New Haven Region Cinema and Psychoanalysis: "Fences"
09 Apr 2017 Thinking of Starting a Group?
02 Apr 2017 Fairfield County Film Club Program: "Elle"
25 Mar 2017 Nancy McWilliams: Self-Defeating Patterns and Personalities: Implications for Psychotherapy"
18 Mar 2017 New Haven Region Mini-Meeting: Jill Delaney, LCSW "Transference Focused Psychotherapy for Borderline patients"
25 Feb 2017 Fairfield County Special Program: Clinical Case Workshop
04 Feb 2017 The Diversity Committee's Series "Through An/Other Lens: Multicultural Perspectives" presents: "Uncomfortable conversations: a Discussion of Robin DiAngelo's "White Fragility"
28 Jan 2017 Clinical Conference: Richard Chefetz, MD "Dissociative Processes and Working with Chronic Shame"
15 Jan 2017 Fairfield County Film Club: "Indignation"
10 Dec 2016 Clinical Conference: Gurmeet Kanwal "Individuation - Becoming a Person Elsewhere
13 Nov 2016 Diversity Committee Workshop: The Inner Lives of Gender Non-Conforming and Transgender Youth, with Nancy Meyer Lustman, Ph.D.
12 Nov 2016 New Haven Region Mini-Meeting: "We Were Lost in Familiar Places"
23 Oct 2016 Clinical Workshop with Michael Feldman
23 Oct 2016 Clinical Workshop with Eileen McGinley
22 Oct 2016 Clinical Workshop with Eileen McGinley
22 Oct 2016 Clinical Workshop with Michael Feldman
22 Oct 2016 CSPP/WNEPS Joint Conference, with Michael Feldman: "Responding to Narcissism"
24 Sep 2016 Clinical Conference: Galit Atlas, PhD, "The Enigma of Desire"
07 May 2016 Clinical Conference: Norka Malberg, PhD
12 Mar 2016 Clinical Conference: Jane Tillman, PhD The Effect of Patient Suicide on Clinicians
06 Mar 2016 The Fairfield Region Film Club will discuss "Steve Jobs"
14 Feb 2016 New Haven Region Mini-Meeting with Barbara Marcus, PhD: "Working with Erotic Transferences: The Clinical Challenge of Otherness"
06 Feb 2016 Clinical Conference: Melanie Suchet, PhD Exploring Race from the Inside
17 Jan 2016 The Fairfield County Film Club
06 Dec 2015 Fairfield County Film Club: "Stories We Tell"
14 Nov 2015 Diversity Committee Workshop: Loretta Staples, LCSW: "Both & Neither: Biracial Identities"
04 Nov 2015 Hartford Region Mixer
31 Oct 2015 Clinical Conference: Judith Kantrowitz, PhD: Inevitable Intersubjectivities; Case Presentation by Susanne Weil, LCSW
19 Sep 2015 Suzanne Iasenza, PhD
16 May 2015 Mindfulness in Psychoanalysis and Meditation. Edward Ryan, PhD
11 Apr 2015 Genderqueer: One Family's Experience with Gender Variance. Presenters: Lisa Marcus PhD, Kenneth Marcus MD, Sara Yaxte, BA
15 Mar 2015 Psychoanalysis and the Cinema, Film Discussion: BOYHOOD
07 Feb 2015 Making room in one's mind for a child: How brain and mind change with parenthood. Presenter: Linda Mayes, MD
13 Dec 2014 Through An/Other Lens: Multicultural Perspectives Presenter: Nakia Hamlett, PhD, Rachel Torello, PsyD, Maria Elena Oliva, LCSW, PhD candidate
22 Nov 2014 Reconsidering Men and Masculinities: Developmental Conundrums and Clinical Quandaries Presenters: Michael J. Diamond, PhD, Donald Moss, MD, Sidney Phillips, MD
08 Nov 2014 Complexity Matters: Cultural Identity from a Psychoanalytic Perspective. Usha Tummala-Narra, PhD
06 Sep 2014 Body to Body. Toward a new theory of body development: Counter-transference and the therapist’s body. Susie Orbach, PhD
10 May 2014 Miriam Steele, PhD: Resolving Trauma by Enhancing Reflective Functioning: An Attachment Perspective.
22 Mar 2014 Clinical Conference: Irwin Hirsch on Narcissism, Mania, and Analysts' Envy of Patients
08 Feb 2014 Legal Issues in Clinical Practice: Jeffrey Pingpank, JD
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