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The St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute Podcast: Episode 1. Our host is Anene Tressler-Hauschultz and today we have joining us: Chester Smith, M.Ed, LPC. With more than 30 years of experience, Mr. Smith speaks on what to look for when finding a therapist, his private practice, what it means to be a Psychoanalyst and Psychotherapist, as well as his u…
 
by William A. Kelly, MD LISTEN on Podcast, click HERE. Intergenerational conflict is a heavy sounding concept. History is replete with examples from Abraham and Isaac, Esau and Jacob, Cain and Abel, Hamlet, etc. One of the more compelling stories from a psychoanalytic perspective is that of Oedipus Rex, a tale by Sophocles believed to have some bas…
 
https://stlpi.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Empathy-William-Kelly-MD-Podcast.m4a Psychoanalytic Perspectives: Empathy William Kelly, MD Empathy: In all twenty-three volumes of Freud’s works the term only appears fourteen times. However he regarded it as basic to the process and the practice of psychoanalysis. He referred to empathy as a “mechanism…
 
https://stlpi.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Self-Psychology-Kelly-Podcast.m4a Psychoanalytic Perspectives: Self Psychology William Kelly, MD Self psychology is a relatively new theory within the field of psychoanalysis. The name was chosen because of gradual recognition that the difficulties some people experience have to do with self-esteem regul…
 
We invite you to listen to our presentation… The Many Faces of Eros: Through the Eyes of a Midsummer Night’s Dream Commentary by Jacqueline Langley, PhD Originally Presented June 3, 2016, Shakespeare Festival St. Louis A Midsummer Night’s Dream Learn more about the connections between psychoanalytic thought and the dramatic arts: Click HERE.…
 
https://stlpi.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Altman-Podium-Mike-Edited-Audio.m4a.m4a Understanding Race, Social Class, and Culture Through a Psychoanalytic Lens Lecture with Neil Altman, PhD This lecture was an interactive dialogue, focusing on the ways the social categories of race, social class, and culture can be understood from a psychoanalytic…
 
http://systems-strategies.com/stlpi/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Attachment-Zeanah-Podcast.m4a Attachment at the Extremes Lecture with Charles H. Zeanah, Jr., MD Consequences of adverse early experiences have been demonstrated clearly, and profound compromises in attachment, as well as other domains of development, have been described. Intervention t…
 
http://systems-strategies.com/stlpi/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Childhood-Trauma-Ruiz-Podcast.m4a Childhood Trauma in Cultural Context Lecture with Gabriel Ruiz, LCPC Today’s children face enormous challenges resulting in both acute and chronic traumatic effects. The sources of trauma are myriad: community violence such as gangs, school shootings, a…
 
http://systems-strategies.com/stlpi/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/When-Children-Are-Fearful-English-Version-audio.m4a When Children are Fearful – A Conversation with Dr. Lourdes Henares Child psychotherapist and Institute Faculty Member Lourdes Henares-Levy, MD, offers down-to-earth advice to parents, teachers, counselors, and all who work with young …
 
http://systems-strategies.com/stlpi/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/When-Children-Are-Fearful-Spanish-Version-audio.m4a Cuando Los Niños Tienen Miedo: Una Conversación con la Dra. Lourdes Henares La Doctora Henares es una psicoterapeuta y psiquiatra especializado en niños y adolescentes, es miembro facultativo de el Instituto Psicoanalítico de St. Louis…
 
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