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Freud famously said that the aim of psychoanalysis was to enable us to work, love and play with minimum conflict. So what gets in the way of us doing that? Philosophy of Psychoanalysis is an educational course presented at a third-year tertiary education level by A/Prof. Doris McIlwain. The course aims to ground you in the basics: the nature of unconscious processes, repression, sexuality, dreams, morality, grief, gender identity, drives and affects and their implications for perception, mem ...
 
Become a Know-It-All about all things education with Allison R. Brown, former attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice in the Civil Rights Division's Educational Opportunities Section and currently President of Allison Brown Consulting (ABC). With Allison's extensive experience, Know-It-All will inform listeners about education issues relevant to students, educators, families, community members, and others.
 
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This is the first of two lectures that address: Memory, narrative therapy, important life events, creativity, personality, mental flexibility, positive and negative affect, cognitive flexibility, cognitive arousal, emotions, coping strategies, teamwork, neuroplasticity, resilience, curiosity and more A/Prof. Doris McIlwains publications are now ava…
 
What is the connection between personality and memory? This lecture is the second of two that talks about: Cultural storytelling, personal myths, narratives and the self, schemas, family remembering, narrative therapy, empathic listening, memory, trauma, emotional remembering and more. A/Prof. Doris McIlwains publications are now available for free…
 
This episode was led by repeat guest hosts from California State University, Long Beach: Dr. Barry Lavay (APE Professor, @BarryLavay) and Dr. Melissa Bittner (APE Professor, @MBittner_APE). In this episode we join them in one of their undergraduate APE classes, where they had a panel of recent APE student teachers and their mentors they worked with…
 
This lecture is the first of two that talks about: Cultural storytelling, personal myths, narratives and the self, schemas, family remembering, narrative therapy, empathic listening, memory, trauma, emotional remembering and more. A/Prof. Doris McIlwains publications are now available for free from https://www.johnsutton.net/doris-mcilwains-writing…
 
This lecture is the second of two lectures that address: Personality disorders, parental attunement, coping mechanisms, defence mechanisms, the development of disorders, the dark triad, narcissism, psychopathy, shame and more. A/Prof. Doris McIlwains publications are now available for free from https://www.johnsutton.net/doris-mcilwains-writings/ T…
 
What creates a psychopath? What about a narcissist ? This lecture is the first of two that address: Personality disorders, coping mechanisms, defence mechanisms, the development of disorders, the dark triad and more. A/Prof. Doris McIlwain's publications are now available for free from https://www.johnsutton.net/doris-mcilwains-writings/ Thanks for…
 
In this episode, I had a conversation with Amanda Ebert (@eberta2) about ethical and moral issues that practitioners in the field of adapted physical activity (APA) deal with on a regular basis. This conversation was guided by a paper Ms. Ebert and her adviser Dr. Donna Goodwin published from her Master's thesis called "Sand in the Shorts: Experien…
 
This lecture is the second of two that address: Clinical inference, Personality assessment, transference, psychopathy, empathy, affect, dark triad, psychoanalytic diagnosis, Shedler-Westen Assessment Procedure (SWAP) and more. A/Prof. Doris McIlwain's publications are now available for free from https://www.johnsutton.net/doris-mcilwains-writings/ …
 
This lecture is the first of two that address: Clinical inference, Personality assessment, transference, gestalt, dreams, fantasies, psychoanalysis, emotions, Freud, DSM-V, Validity, Reliability, traits, empathy and more A/Prof. Doris McIlwain's publications are now available for free from https://www.johnsutton.net/doris-mcilwains-writings/ Thanks…
 
In today's very special episode we had an interview with Drs. Pauli Rintala (University of Jyväskylä) and Kwok Ng (University of Eastern Finland and University of Limerick) about the International Symposium of Adapted Physical Activity (ISAPA) and the field of adapted physical activity (APA) at an international level. Follow Dr. Kwok Ng @kwokwng. A…
 
This lecture is the second of two that address: Personality development, early life experiences, complex trauma, personality disorders, schemas, subpersonal, culture, unconscious, drives, affects, attachment, self and other distinctions, trust, empathy, attunement and more A/Prof. Doris McIlwain's publications are now available for free from https:…
 
This lecture is the first of two that address: Personality development, early life experiences, complex trauma, personality disorders, schemas, subpersonal, culture, unconscious, drives, affects, attachment, self and other distinctions, trust, empathy, attunement and more. Contact Email: philosophyofpsychoanalysis@gmail.com Lecturer: Associate Prof…
 
In this special episode, we had Dr. Lauren Liberman from SUNY Brockport college to discuss how to teach students with visual impairments (VI) in a physical education setting. Dr. Lauren Lieberman is a a Distinguished Service Professor in the area of adapted physical education. Prior to graduate school, she taught at the Perkins School for the Blind…
 
This lecture is the second of two that address: Qualitative, Quantitative, Research, Subjectivity, Objectivity, the Big Five, Psychological research, Personality, Methodology, Disconfirmation, Ideographic, Nomothetic, Statistics, Dark Triad, Traits, Empathy, Attachment, Trauma, Childhood, Neuropsychology, Bypassing shame, Adaption, Inhibition, Moti…
 
This lecture is the first of two that address: Qualitative, Quantitative, Research, Subjectivity, Objectivity, the Big Five, Psychological research, Personality, Methodology, Disconfirmation, Ideographic, Nomothetic, Statistics, Dark Triad, Traits, Empathy, Attachment, Trauma, Childhood, Neuropsychology, Bypassing shame, Adaption, Inhibition, Motiv…
 
For this episode, I am able to share a recent keynote lecture that occurred at my university (the University of Northern Iowa), where Dr. Justin Haegele spoke to our college of education about children with disabilities' experiences with inclusion in a physical education setting. Dr. Justin Haegele (@Justin_Haegele) is an associate professor at Old…
 
An introduction to personality. This lecture addresses: Cults, Charisma, Culture, Personality, the Big Five, Developmental psychology, childhood, traits, the Dark Triad, research, methodology, factor analysis and more. Contact Email: philosophyofpsychoanalysis@gmail.com Lecturer: Associate Professor Doris McIlwain. Theme song creator: Rose Mackenzi…
 
Season 2 of Philosophy of Psychoanalysis is coming soon! In this lecture series A/Prof McIlwain addresses the Psychology of Personality from a psychoanalytic perspective. Contact Email: philosophyofpsychoanalysis@gmail.com Lecturer: Associate Professor Doris McIlwain. Theme song creator: Rose Mackenzie-Peterson. Logo creator: Campbell Henderson. ht…
 
In this episode we discuss justice pedagogy and the need for diversity and representation within the field of PE/APE. This podcast features three panelists from The Ohio State University, which included Dr. Samuel Hodge who is a full professor of physical education and adapted physical education, and two of his PhD candidates: Thomas Wilson and Ros…
 
Q & A expert panel session on the pandemic from our January 2021 virtual conference for school business managers. If you’re working in school business management and not already a LASBM member, you may be interested in joining our group. Go to www.lasbm.com and click on the membership tab for more information and a link to register for your free tr…
 
In this episode we discuss service learning programs (where college students work with individuals with disabilities in a physical activity setting) within college APA programs, and how contact theory is applied to these experiences. To guide this discussion, we had three panelists who have run these programs and conducted research on the topic: Dr…
 
Hello APE Viewers! I recently had the opportunity to sit down with two scholars who recently authored a chapter in the textbook "Routledge Handbook of Adapted Physical Education" called Public Health Research. These scholars included Dr. Byron Lai, an assistant professor within the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Alabama at Birmingham…
 
In our third installment of talking to those involved in the Multi-Institution Adapted Physical Activity (APA) Mentorship Consortium, we talk to two of the developers of the original idea for the consortium: Drs. Justin Haegele (Old Dominion University) and Joonkoo Yun (East Carolina University). Within this episode we discuss how they developed th…
 
Welcome to the What's New in APE Podcast blog/podcast. In this episode, I had a discussion with two APE teachers in the state of Georgia that have created high quality videos that deliver programming specific to PE for students with disabilities, as well as Special Olympics Training and Games. More specifically, these APE teachers include Dave Mart…
 
This episode is very unique, in that it is an example of a project from my Technology in Physical Education (PE) undergraduate course at the University of Northern Iowa (UNI). This project had PE undergraduates create a podcast focused on a specific area of PE and for a specific audience. After listening to all of them, I felt one group did an outs…
 
As explained in an earlier post, "The journey of choosing to pursue, and actually pursuing doctorate are very difficult and individual". Somewhat in a continuation of the recent podcast episode focused on how PhD students choose and navigate a PhD program in the area of adapted physical activity (APA), for this episode we interviewed a panel of APA…
 
I recently had the opportunity to sit down with Dr. Nancy Spencer and discuss some of her work and perceptions towards disability and disability models. Disability models are used to view and conceptualize disability, as well as to understand how society interacts and impacts disability. Dr. Spencer is an Associate Professor at the University of Al…
 
For this episode, I was able to bring back Paralympian Jessica Heims to talk about how COVID-19 has disrupted the 2020 Paralympics, and how this organization and herself are working towards 2021. In addition, we discuss living with a disability during COVID-19, and the recent films Rising Phoenix and Crip Camp and what they mean to the disability c…
 
The journey of choosing to pursue, and actually pursuing doctorate are very difficult and individual. In this episode, I had a panel of three adapted physical activity (APA) doctoral students from across the nation discuss their journeys to get a doctorate in the field. The three panelists included: Chloe Simpson (West Virginia University), Thomas …
 
For this episode of the podcast, I interviewed the lead author, Dr. Seth Jenny (@DrSethJenny), of the recently released textbook "Technology for Physical Educators, Health Educators, and Coaches: Enhancing Instruction, Assessment, Management, Professional Development & Advocacy". This textbook is obviously very relevant during the recent COVID pand…
 
A relaxation meditation following the Progressive Muscle Relaxation strategy to help you shake off the stress of the day. Spoken by A/Prof. Doris McIlwain. Contact Email: philosophyofpsychoanalysis@gmail.com Lecturer: Associate Professor Doris McIlwain. Theme song creator: Rose Mackenzie-Peterson. Logo creator: Campbell Henderson. https://www.campb…
 
The final instalment of lecture content for the podcast. A/Prof McIlwain explores the Freudian interpretation of dreams. Contact Email: philosophyofpsychoanalysis@gmail.com Lecturer: Associate Professor Doris McIlwain. Theme song creator: Rose Mackenzie-Peterson. Logo creator: Campbell Henderson. https://www.campbellhenderson.com/artwork Thanks to …
 
How does our history impact our creative work? This is the second lecture that addresses: Resilience, ego, loss of control and over-control, regression, creativity and regression, phantasy and renunciation, the artist vs the neurotic, Kris's account of regression and creativity - transitional objects and relatedness, criticism, knafo and regression…
 
This is the first of two lectures that address: Resilience, ego, loss of control and over-control, regression, creativity and regression, phantasy and renunciation, the artist vs the neurotic, Kris's account of regression and creativity - transitional objects and relatedness, criticism, knafo and regression in the service of creativity. Contact Ema…
 
Dr. Barry Lavay, an adapted physical education professor at California State University, Long Beach and longtime contributor to the podcast, has been so kind to bring his expertise and personality to the podcast. In fact, for the next two episodes Dr. Lavay will be interviewing Dr. Geoffrey Broadhead about his career in the field of adapted physica…
 
This episode of What’s New in APE is extra special, as we have a guest moderator taking the reins today. Dr. Barry Lavay (@BarryLavay), an adapted physical education professor at California State University, Long Beach and longtime contributor to the podcast, has been so kind to bring his expertise and personality to the podcast. In fact, for the n…
 
Affective ‘acting' and emotional labour and the costs of emotional control. This is the second lecture that addresses: Facework, Lambie and Marcel's picture of emotion, from biological process to psychological motive, basic affects, trauma and facial expression, uses of facework, work - Dejours and work, emotional labour, costs of facework, facewor…
 
How do affects capture your body and behaviours? This is the first lecture that addresses: Facework - definition, Lambie and Marcel's picture of emotion, from biological process to psychological motive (theory of motivation), basic affects (and taking them apart in Facework), trauma and facial expression (Bonnano et al), uses of facework; Work - De…
 
Brad Weiner (@APETeacher), an adapted physical educator for Montgomery County Public Schools and longtime contributor to the podcast, acted as the moderator for this episode. Brad leads this podcast by attempting to examine how adapted physical educators use and view research within the field of APE. This episode had on three panelists who all were…
 
How can we stay aware of ourselves in relational encounters? This lecture is the second of two that address: Transference - phenomenology, definition, origin, content, therapist role, signs of transference, how to handle/not handle transference, countertransference; Attunement; Transitional objects; Barriers to being present (shame, dissociation); …
 
Transference as therapeutic resistance. Linking present symptoms with past experiences. This lecture is the first of two that address: Transference - phenomenology, definition, origin, content, therapist role, signs of transference, how to handle/not handle transference, countertransference; Attunement; Transitional objects; Barriers to being prese…
 
Due in part to the recent Black Lives Matters (BLM) Movement highlighting inequalities within our healthcare, education, and criminal justice systems, we dedicated to devote an episode to discuss this movement and social justice. For this podcast had on two scholars with expertise in social justice in the fields of physical education and adapted ph…
 
Object relations in loss. This lecture is the second of two that address: Ego as precipitate of identifications, Kohut's self-psychology; Freud's view of mourning; Melancholia; Freud’s diagnostic use of mourning - reality testing, identification, intorjection; Contextualising Frued's writing on mourning - usefulness of ego-instincts; An extended se…
 
Enjoy our conversation with Nikon Ambassador, Chris Hershman as he discusses his experience from a music enthusiast to music video producer!Mr. Hershman reveals his passion for not only capturing the energy of music with a camera but, his passion for supporting local businesses!We thank Chris for his recent and patronage of Fort Worth Camera. Be su…
 
Mourning and Love as Revelation. How does mourning reveal ourselves and our lost love to us? This lecture is the first of two that address: Ego as precipitate of identifications, Kohut's self-psychology; Freud's view of mourning; Melancholia; Freud’s diagnostic use of mourning - reality testing, identification, intorjection; Contextualising Frued's…
 
Welcome to the What's New in APE Podcast blog. In this episode, I was able to have a panel discussion with three APE and/or grading experts to discuss grading philosophies and procedures within the field of APE. The panelists included: Brad Wiener (@APETeacher), a former SHAPE America National APE Teacher of the year and a current an adapted physic…
 
This lecture is the second of two that address: Morality - Freud's view, Oedipus complex (ambivalent love, superego, male and female trajectory, castration complex, penis envy, identification), weaknesses of Freud's view, what to retain from the Oedipus complex. Contact Email: philosophyofpsychoanalysis@gmail.com Lecturer: Associate Professor Doris…
 
How does our family shape our sense of morality and gender? This lecture is the first of two that address: Morality - Freud's view, Oedipus complex (ambivalent love, superego, male and female trajectory, castration complex, penis envy, identification), weaknesses of Freud's view, what to retain from the Oedipus complex. Contact Email: philosophyofp…
 
Do we leave the body at the screen? The pleasure of representation and the representation of pleasure. This lecture is the second of two that address; Role of the body in psychoanalysis - language runs away with us, words and the internet, colonising the body, necessity of drives in understanding the body, object relations theory, Stern and attunem…
 
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