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Discussions On Psychoanalysis Grégoire Pierre & Edgard Danielsen

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Every month we try to offer a good enough, candid and open discussion on different aspects of psychoanalysis.
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    #26 On Patients' & Analysts' expectations Part 01

    #26 On Patients' & Analysts' expectations Part 01

    On the latest installment of Discussions on Psychoanalysis, Grégoire Pierre and Edgard Francisco Danielsen engage in an frank and open conversation about their experiences with patients who are looking for something the analyst cannot provide. The hosts look at the tension created when the tectonic plates of what institutes define as psychoanalytic work, the fantasies of a patient seeking psychotherapy, and the analyst's limitations collide in psychoanalytic room.
    Part 1 of 2 podcasts.

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    [01:56] What are people looking at?
    [09:49] Unclear expectations
    [10:12] Patients who might need a different psychoanalytic approach
    [13:36] What makes us feel like some patients are not going to be able to work with psychoanalysis
    [16:26] Some shortcomings of training institutions
    [19:30] The burden of the dreamed psychoanalysis

    • 30 min
    #25 On The Social with Catherine Silver Part 02

    #25 On The Social with Catherine Silver Part 02

    Second part of our interview with Dr. Catherine Silver, Professor of Sociology who identifies and practices as a "social relational psychoanalyst" in New York City.

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    [02:02] Obstacles encountered in her practice
    [07:02] Resistances to the Social in the US psychoanalytic field
    [14:28] How her practice changed over time
    [25:27] Psychoanalysts as a political voice
    [33:14] Conclusion

    • 36 min
    #24 On The Social With Catherine Silver part 01

    #24 On The Social With Catherine Silver part 01

    On the latest installment of Discussions on Psychoanalysis your hosts Grégoire Pierre and Edgard Francisco Danielsen interview Dr. Catherine Silver, Professor of Sociology who identifies as a "social relational psychoanalyst." Through their candid dialogue, hosts and guest explore the web of forces - personal and social - that lead a person to become a psychoanalyst, another person to desire being in psychoanalysis, and these two to find each other in the therapy room. We engage in themes of class, race, immigration, and we ponder what would psychoanalytic training look like if it were immersed in the life of communities. In addition, we have an opportunity to hear in what ways the work of Erich Fromm informs the practice of Dr. Silver.

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    [0:17] Intro
    [04:22] Presentations
    [13:51] Identification with the analyst
    [17:22] How psychoanalysis is defined differently in different spaces
    [21:24] Eric Fromm
    [24:40] Including the Social in the training
    [29:37] The social as a defense
    [31:13] Overlaps btw psychoanalysis and sociology

    • 36 min
    #23 On Modernity & Post Modernity

    #23 On Modernity & Post Modernity

    This month, Edgard Fransico Danielsen and Grégoire Pierre discuss some aspects of how modernity and post modernity affect our work as psychoanalysts.

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    [04:16] The loss of transcendence
    [09:00] The shift in sublimation and social assignation
    [14:46] Excluding the social / excluding the conflict
    [17:46] Psychoanalysis as a religion
    [24:38] What we do with our finitude

    • 31 min
    #22 On the "end" of the pandemic

    #22 On the "end" of the pandemic

    On the 22nd installment of Discussions on Psychoanalysis, Grégoire Pierre & Edgard Francisco Danielsen engage in conversation about the covid vaccine and the impact on their practices. What was their internal experience when they received the shot: relief, anxiety, shame, guilt? What were their phantasies? They address the various forces that drove them back to their physical offices and to in-person psychoanalysis. What has been the experiences of analysands and analysts seeing each other in person? What about the sense of time and the sense of space? What does wearing or not a mask in the psychoanalytic room mean to the dyad? In what ways are we mourning the pandemic and moving into a new phase?

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    [1:45] Vaccination
    [10:40] Return to the office
    [34:00] All Distant Therapy
    [41:26] Differences between the different kind of remote therapy
    [49:00] The Phone
    [51:19] How Interpretations Differ
    [55:16] Bonus

    • 1 hr
    #21 On Including the Social Part 3

    #21 On Including the Social Part 3

    In a new episode of Discussions on Psychoanalysis, your hosts, Grégoire Pierre and Edgard Francisco Danielsen, engage in their last discussion of the series on psychoanalysis and the social. In particular, Grégoire and Edgard Francisco share their thoughts on the assumptions and cultural perceptions the members of the dyad - analyst and analysand - may have of each other while listening to each other in languages outside their mother's tongues. In addition, they discuss their ideas on the ubiquitous presence - conscious and unconscious - of the social locations of the patient. Finally, the hosts explore the meaning of fee and the phantasies associated with it depending on the taxation structures in different countries. The hosts end on the idea that psychotherapy is psychoanalysis when it disrupts social assumptions and phantasies.

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    [0:00] Intro
    [2:00] Language
    [4:36] Fees and Culture
    [11:00] Symptoms and cultural/group dynamic
    [18:35] What we disclose and what we don't
    [19:30] General Relativity of human values
    [29:00] Conclusion

    • 27 min

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