Psychoanalysis applied outside the office.
Psychoanalysis applied outside the office.
Episode 037: Psychotropic Drugs and Analysis — Chances and Limits of Synergy with Prof. Dr. Joachim Küchenhoff
Harvey Schwartz welcomes Dr. Joachim Küchenhoff, who is a psychoanalyst and a member of the IPA and of the Swiss and German Psychoanalytic Societies. He is also a specialist in psychiatric psychotherapy, specifically in psychosomatic medicine. Dr. Küchenhoff was the medical director of the department of the adult psychiatry in the canton Basel-Stadt in Switzerland from 2007 to 2018 and he is the editor in chief of the Swiss Archives of Neurology, Psychiatry, and Psychotherapy
Episode 036: An Analyst Writes a Memoir with Susan Mailer
Harvey Schwartz welcomes Susan Mailer to today’s episode. Susan is an American born psychoanalyst who grew up in Mexico and has lived in Chile for more than 30 years. In the late 1980s and early ’90s, she trained in Chile at the Psychoanalytic Institute, where she became a full member a few years later as well as an active faculty member there.
Episode 035: In-Classroom Psychoanalytic Therapy of Preschoolers in a Native American Community with Kathryn McCormick
Harvey Schwartz welcomes Kathryn McCormick. Kathryn is an Advanced Psychoanalytic Candidate in both child and adult psychoanalysis at the Seattle Psychoanalytic Society and Institute. She holds a master's in psychology, is a licensed marriage and family therapist, a child mental health specialist and an ethnic minority mental health specialist in the state of Washington for American-Indian and Alaskan Natives.
Episode 034: Psychoanalytic Perspectives in Mental Health Administration, with Humberto Persano, MD.
Dr. Harvey Schwartz welcomes Dr. Humberto Persano. Dr. Persano is a psychiatrist and an adult and child psychoanalyst at the Argentine Psychoanalytic Association where he is a training and supervising analyst. In addition, Dr. Persano has been appointed the Director of Mental Health Services for the City of Buenos Aires. Dr. Persano is a full professor in Psychology and Nutrition in the School of Medicine at the University of Buenos Aires.
Episode 033: Corporate Leadership, Malfeasance, and the Psychoanalyst, with Alexander Stein Ph.D.
Steven S. Rolfe welcomes Alexander Stein, PhD who is a psychoanalyst and Principal in the Boswell Group, serving as a confidential advisor to CEOs and senior management teams. He is the founder of Dolus Advisors, a consultancy specializing in detecting, mitigating and resolving challenging human factor disturbances, including fraud, corruption, executive misconduct and the human element in cybersecurity.
Episode 032: Psychoanalysis and the Mind-Body Interface with Dr. Yehudah Fraenkel
Harvey Schwartz welcomes Dr. Yehudah Fraenkel, who is a psychiatrist, a psychoanalyst and a member of the Israeli Psychoanalytic Society. Dr. Fraenkel has spent most of his professional career working at the intersection of medical care, psychiatry, and psychoanalysis. He has devoted his career to teaching medical students and residents, and also working for many years with family physicians.
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Fascinating and Informative
This podcast series produced by the International Psychoanalytic Association gives a fascinating and easy-to-understated insight into what psychoanalysis is and how psychoanalysts can bring their perspective to a whole range of setting “off the couch”. The host, Harvey Schwartz, interviews psychoanalysts who are working in a wide variety of non-traditional settings in the community and share how their psychoanalytic approach has helped to enhance the services they’ve been working in. You’ll learn about what psychotherapy is and how it work as well as the particular approach that psychoanalytic psychotherapists take in their work. You’ll also learn the difference between psychoanalytic psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. Each episode centres around the psychoanalyst’s experience of their work in the community. What makes the interviews so compelling is the human stories at the heart of them and hearing how psychoanalytic approaches can help to relieve suffering, heal trauma, enhance health service delivery and improve work settings. I highly recommend this podcast series for anyone with an interest in human nature, mental health, psychology and how we can better respond to the problems of the modern age ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️