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Talks On Psychoanalysis shares topics published in the IPA Society Journals and Congress debates worldwide, brought to you in the voices of the original authors.This podcast is produced by International Psychoanalytical AssociationVirginia Ungar, PresidentSergio Nick, Vice PresidentHenk Jan Dalewijk, TreasurerRomolo Petrini, Website Editorial Board ChairGaetano Pellegrini, Podcast Team CoordinatorCollaborators:Andy Cohen [eng]; Johanna Velt [fr]; Monica D’Alançon [ger]; Ana Maria Martin Sola ...
 
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In this episode Udo Hock will present his paper on the notion of “distortion” in psychoanalysis. He has been working for many years on this notion that has been neglected by post-Freudian authors: the “Distortion” or “Disfigurement”, “Entstellung” in German. In his podcast he will show that the term has the status of a fundamental concept in Freud'…
 
In this episode Luis Martin Cabré will show the influence that Ferenczi's thinking about the feminine and the child mind (especially in some of his clinical experiences and theoretical intuitions) had on the development of many of the concepts that Winnicott established in psychoanalytic thought, and which have endured to the present day. Since, as…
 
© photo J Foley/Opale In today’s episode Julia Kristeva will comment on Ilse and Robért Barande’s report, presented at the 42nd Congress of French Speaking Psychoanalysis in 1982 with the title “Antinomies in the concept of perversion and paradoxes in its application to psychoanalytic theory and practice”. A new short version will be published in o…
 
In this episode, Claudio Neri presents his article on "Vitality, Vitalism and Shame". Through a rich narrative, ranging from the memory of his encounter with Bion, to ethnopsychological studies on expressions of anger or joy, to the Myth of Anteo that shows the importance of contact with a safe and revitalizing object, Claudio Neri raises two quest…
 
In this episode Dr. Kenichiro Okano displays how shame and social phobia could manifest differently between the Eastern and the Western countries, and investigates them from a psychoanalytical point of view. With his personal history of becoming a bicultural psychiatrist and psychoanalyst in the United States and in Japan, he considers that while p…
 
In this episode we’ll present the work of a psychoanalytical peer group. A “peer group” is made up of colleagues who choose to work together to explore a certain topic or to achieve a specific goal. Sophia Group consists of five members from different republics that emerged after the dissolution of Yugoslavia. The goal of this group is to try to dr…
 
In this episode, Carlos D. Nemirovsky presents an excerpt from his latest book: “Winnicott and Kohut on Intersubjectivity and Complex Disorders. New perspectives for Psychoanalysis, Psychotherapy and Psychiatry”. This book suggests that we need conceptualizations that encompass new clinical phenomena observed in present-day patients, considering th…
 
In this episode, Marie-Thérèse Khair Badawi presents her paper: “Being, Thinking, Creating: When War Attacks the Setting and the Transference Counter-Attacks”. This text, published in 2011 concerning the attack of the psychoanalytical setting in war conditions, has revealed the interest of many psychoanalysts during the Covid-19 pandemic which atta…
 
In this episode Irene Ruggiero explores the developmentof the subjectivation process with the aim of demonstrating how adulthood analysis of adolescent problems that have not been worked through constitutes an essential condition for reopening an unfinished subjectivation process. The re-elaboration of suspended adolescent dynamics in adulthood ana…
 
In this episode we will dive with Gohar Homayounpour into the tales of One Thousand and One Nights to bring a new articulation to the female Oedipus complex in contemporary Persia, allowing for the emergence of new possibilities of loving. Through a psychoanalytic textual analysis of the Nights, the author uncovers various archetypes of women that …
 
Image from the Holocaust Museum, Pithiviers internment camp in 1941.In 1942 all the inmates were deported to Auschwitz-Birkenau. In this podcast Rosine Perelberg offers some reflections derived from her paper “Murdered Father, Dead Father: Revisiting the Oedipus Complex”, published in the International Journal of Psychoanalysis (in 2009), as well a…
 
Link to the paper https://drive.google.com/file/d/17tUskQlP-KG6BYBwYFWKnRHlzwDq4jWf/view?usp=sharing In today's episode Anna Ferruta presents an excerpt from her article published in 2014 in The Italian Psychoanalytic Annual entitled: “The Analytic Setting and Space for the other”. Anna Ferruta is Psychologist, Full Member and Training Analyst of t…
 
William Kentridge, North Pole Map, 2003 Racism and violence in pandemic times: a psychoanalytical point of view.A conversation between Fakhry Davids and Virginia De Micco In this episode Fakhry Davids and Virginia De Micco begin with a reflection on the “Black Lives Matter” movement, suggesting a continuity between the inequalities of the past and …
 
Link to the paper https://drive.google.com/file/d/1cKf5I7TgScLynhcPpcvkUetrHrdnez0r/view?usp=sharing Denys Ribas is a psychiatrist, child psychiatrist and psychoanalyst. He directed for 8 years the «Revue Française de Psychanalyse» and was for 4 years the President of the Paris Psychoanalytical Society. He has collected a long experience as psychoa…
 
In today’s episode Roosevelt Cassorla will present his paper: “Fanaticism: Reflections based on phenomena in the analytic field”, recently published in the International Journal of Psychoanalyisis. Roosevelt Cassorla is a Training Analyst for the Brazilian Psychoanalytic Societies of São Paulo and Campinas as well as a Full Professor of Medical Psy…
 
In today’s episode Cordelia Schmidt-Hellerau will present her talk titled “Driven to preserve self and object” where she eloquently investigates the structuring function of the object in tension with the subject and its drives; the role of the aggression as an intensified expression of a need; and her original term “Lethe”, describing the energy of…
 
In today's episode we welcome Marilia Aisenstein who will talk about her upcoming book which will be published at the end of September 2020, titled Désir, douleur, pensée. Marilia Aisenstein is a training analyst from the Hellenic Psychoanalytical Society and the Paris Psychoanalytical Society, of which she was also President. In 1992 she received …
 
In this episode, Kerry Sulkowicz interviews Mira Erlich-Ginor about a unique experience realized during the time of COVID-19: a WhatsApp group of Israel Psychanalytic Society members that became a lively meeting place, evidence of the well-timed response to an existing need, and a series of Zoom meetings dedicated to working intensively on dreams, …
 
In this episode we explore the core psychoanalytic method and the differences between psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy. Our presenter Dr Kunihiro Matsuki presents two methods relating to perceiving a patient’s unconscious, one linked to the idea of ‘evenly suspended attention’, the other in relation to “free-floating attention’. Dr K…
 
In this podcast for “Talks on Psychoanalysis” Antonio Pérez-Sánchez presents his paper MISUNDERSTANDINGS IN BION'S WORK: INTUITION where he explores misconceptions around intuition and how these dramatically impact the making of meaning, in the patient-analyst relationship. Antonio Pérez-Sánchez is a psychiatrist, training and supervising analyst, …
 
In today’s episode we have the opportunity to hear -from the voice of Cláudio Eizirik- his essay on the social, cultural, and political events in Brazil and the world. “Once again, The Serpent’s Egg?”, asks the author, recalling the Bergman's film that portrayed the period previous to Nazism in Germany. Cláudio Eizirik is a full member, training an…
 
In this episode, Talks On Psychoanalysis hosts an interview with William Glover, President of the American Psychoanalytic Association. He will talk with Anna Christopoulos, member of the IPA website Editorial Board, just a few days after the end of the 109TH Annual APsaA Meeting. This interview will offer us the opportunity to have an in-depth view…
 
In today’s episode Fred Bush will speak about his new paper: Self-Criticism as a Lifeline. Thanks to his clinical vignettes and to his sharp description of the mechanisms that rule the need for self criticism, he will lead us to discover a kind of patient that is different from the one that generally manifest a sense of guilt and melancholia. We’ll…
 
In this new episode we’ll explore, by the voice of Hilit Brodsky, the "Eternal recurrence of the same” and the chasm between memory and forgetfulness. Hilit Brodsky (PhD) is a clinical social worker and a training psychoanalyst at the Israel Psychoanalytical Society. She is an award winner of the Psychoanalytic Training Today Award of the IPA and a…
 
Merav Roth (PhD) is a clinical psychologist and a training psychoanalyst at the Israel Psychoanalytical Society. She is a researcher of Hermeneutics and Culture, focusing on the link between psychoanalysis and literature. She is the chair of the psychotherapy program, Sackler School of Medicine at Tel-Aviv University, and the former chair of the In…
 
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