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Updated July 2020
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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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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…
 
How we are shaped by our biological drives, relationships, culture and language. This lecture is the first of two that address; Role of the body in psychoanalysis - language, words and the internet, colonising the body, necessity of drives in understanding the body, object relations theory, Stern and attunement, Guntrip, drives and relationships ma…
 
For the 5th, and likely final episode of this COVID series, I sat down to discuss how COVID has impacted the day-to-day life of Dr. Kristi Roth, a full professor at University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and one of the co-authors of Principles and Methods of Adapted Physical Education and Recreation. In addition, we discuss how to use her app to fin…
 
Knowing and not knowing: Exploring the structure and conditions of unconscious processes. This lecture is the second of two that address; unconscious mental states, secondary repression, mechanics of secondary repression (conflict, cleaving of thought & affect), the paradox of repression, the problem of the censor (Sartre) and Doris's solution to t…
 
Who is the ‘self’? Understanding the things we push down. This lecture is the first of two that address; unconscious mental states, secondary repression, mechanics of secondary repression (conflict, cleaving of thought & affect), the paradox of repression, the problem of the censor (Sartre) and Doris's solution to this via an anxious psychic pistol…
 
How socialisation shapes our relationship to the world and our knowledge of ourselves. This lecture addresses: attachment and neoteny, ingroup/outgroup, social conflict, internalisation of rules of social order/morality, surplus repression, conflict at core, executive function of ego, affective dams, cultural impossibility of particular desires and…
 
A psychoanalytic understanding of motivation. This lecture addresses: Being wanters and knowers; Drives - definitions, attributes, erotogenic zones; Affects - Tomkins, Panksepp & Solms, Damasio, vs emotions. Contact Email: philosophyofpsychoanalysis@gmail.com Lecturer: Associate Professor Doris McIlwain Producer: Nina McIlwain Theme song: Rose Mack…
 
For the 4th, and final installment of the COVID-19 APE podcast series, Brad Wiener (@APETeacher) joined us to discuss how he has navigated his job as an adapted physical educator during the pandemic. Brad is a former SHAPE America National APE Teacher of the year and is a currently an adapted physical educator for Montgomery County Public School, i…
 
How we are strangers to ourselves. This lecture addresses the questions raised by psychoanalysis; the movement of Freud's thought over time; symptoms, repression and trauma; dreams; and psychoanalytic genres. Contact Email: philosophyofpsychoanalysis@gmail.com Lecturer: Associate Professor Doris McIlwain Producer: Nina McIlwain Theme song: Rose Mac…
 
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 unc…
 
For the 3rd installment of the COVID-19 series, Dr. Melissa Bittner (@CSULB_APE) discussed how she is coping with the pandemic from a university viewpoint. Dr. Bittner is an assistant professor of adapted physical education at California State University, Long Beach. Because of the pandemic, her undergraduates were missing the opportunity to work w…
 
Because of the recent COVID-19 pandemic, we decided to create a series of podcasts that highlight some different resources that may help APE teachers deliver services to students with disabilities during this time. For the second episode. we had Matthew Bassett (@PhysEdApps) tell us about a plethora of resources he has developed with the help with …
 
Because of the recent COVID-19 pandemic, we decided to create a series of podcasts/blog posts that highlight some different resources that may help APE teachers deliver services to students with disabilities during this time. Please contact Scott McNamara @ scmcnamara23@gmail.com if you have any additional resources we should highlight. For the fir…
 
This episode of What’s New in APE is extra special, as we have a guest moderator taking the reins today. Dr. Barry Lavay, an APE professor at California State University, Long Beach and longtime contributor to the podcast, is tackling his second podcast series and interviewed Dr. David Porretta about his career in the field of APE, as well as his i…
 
Hello! This episode of What’s New in APE is extra special, as we have a guest moderator taking the reins today. Dr. Barry Lavay, an APE professor at California State University, Long Beach and longtime contributor to the podcast, is tackling his second podcast series and interviewed Dr. David Porretta about his career in the field of APE, as well a…
 
For this episode, we had a local non-profit executive director, Steve Husome, come in to our studio to discuss one of his endeavors called "Adaptive Golf Iowa". Adaptive Golf Iowa is a relatively new organization that aims to "spread joy through the game of golf to those living with disabilities throughout Iowa". Recent successes of Adaptive Golf I…
 
How do you place a label on a man with interests so varied? Is it possible to not only make time for all of your favorite hobbies but actually succeed and improve your enjoyment of them? Trent Gilley knows all too well the need for an escape from the daily grind. For him, photography ads a certain peace and sense of self-discovery. Learn more about…
 
Photographer, producer, and publicist Beth Hutson has blazed a trail of successful film projects and dynamic branding for businesses in Fort Worth with her husband Brian Hutson via their company Elevated Contact. As with all Fort Worth Camera Ambassadors, we explore and share their influence on the community of Fort Worth and beyond. Listen to Beth…
 
Passion can present itself, when you may least expect it. For Cissy Wilson, her path towards photography was met with a challenge that has defeated many. Her determination is obvious and shines through her imagery. This Fort Worth Camera Ambassador has a very unique perspective on life and through the lens and we are proud to have this "wild mustan…
 
This is part 3 of a 3 part series where Dr. Barry Lavay, an adapted physical education (APE) professor at California State University, Long Beach and longtime contributor to the podcast, interviews Dr. Jeff McCubbin about his career in the field of APE, as well as his insights on the status of APE and where we are going.Dr. Jeff McCubbin is a pione…
 
This is part 2 of a 3 part series where Dr. Barry Lavay, an adapted physical education professor at California State University, Long Beach and longtime contributor to the podcast, interviews Dr. Jeff McCubbin about his career in the field of APE, as well as his insights on the status of APE and where we are going.Dr. Jeff McCubbin is a pioneer in …
 
This episode of What’s New in APE is extra special, as we have a guest moderator taking the reins today. Dr. Barry Lavay, an APE 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 three episodes Dr. Lavay will be …
 
I recently had the opportunity to sit down with Dr. Ali Brian and discuss some of the recent research Dr. Brian had conducted and published. Dr. Brian is an Associate Professor at the University of South Carolina in the Department of Physical Education. Dr. Brian’s research interests include promoting perceived and actual motor skill development of…
 
This podcast was dedicated to learning more about adapted dance within the physical education curriculum. This episode guest starred two brand new PhD students at the University of Wisconsin Madison- Heather Katz (@hcats88) and Laura Prieto. Within this conversation, we discuss what is adapted dance, how one can incorporate it into their PE curricu…
 
Our spotlight on the 2019/20 Fort Worth Camera Ambassadors continues with our good friend and Fort Worth Foto Fest "Super Friend", Noel Pensock and her enthusiasm and lifelong passion of photography, food and sharing positivity with our community and an overwhelming zest for life. Get influenced by Noel's imagery on Instagram @noelpensockpix…
 
Welcome to the blog portion of the What's New in APE' podcast platform! In this episode we will highlight a Paralympic school day model that is an "educational program that aims to create awareness and understanding in schools about persons with an impairment" (International Paralympic Committee, 2019). Within this episode we will talk with stakeho…
 
This podcast focuses on the social justice within the field of adapted physical education (APE). Social justice is often defined as in terms of the distribution of wealth, opportunities, and privileges within a society, and for this podcast we discuss these concepts in relation to APE. More specifically, we discuss how one would be able to create a…
 
For this episode, Paralympian Jessica Heims was able to meet with me and discuss her journey to the 2016 Paralympics, as well as her current journey to the 2020 Paralympics. Furthermore, within our conversation, we discussed her training regimen, how she got involved within track and field, her physical education experiences, and obstacles to getti…
 
Ted Forbes' "The Art of Photography" can be viewed on YouTube & heard on iTunes. A Fort Worth Texas native, Mr. Forbes educative and entertaining spotlights on photography, cameras & those who use them have been experienced by thousands. Here at Fort Worth Camera, we are honored to have Ted Forbes as a friend and ambassador of photographic goodwill…
 
Recently, I was able to attend the International Symposium of Adapted Physical Activity (ISAPA) conference at the University of Virginia. For this episode I simply made a brief reflection about my experience at the conference. More specifically, I highlighted some of the keynote speakers and presentations I was able to experience, international per…
 
For this episode, I was able to sit down with Charlie Rowe, the founder and owner of the company 'Adaptability', which is a private business that provides APE services to students with disabilities in school settings.. Adaptability is a company based out of Downers Grove, IL and focuses on ensuring the safety and success of students with disabiliti…
 
Want to be a fly on the wall during our 2019 Fort Worth Foto Fest Sales Expo? Listen to stories and tech-talk from representatives from Sigma, Nikon, Tamron, Sony, FujiFilm, The Print Refinery, Olympus, Trillo & Son!We want to express special gratitude to Sean Herrera from Rode Microphones. This podcast was recorded on Rode Pod Mics and RodeCaster …
 
He's on a mission to capture images of celebrities in the City of Angels!Life on the red carpet is fast....even faster for someone who photographs it. Mr. Poole has shot celebrities from the music, sports and film industry with cutting edge flair. Sit back and enjoy story time with this man who just so happens to have hailed from a certain camera s…
 
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