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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 Association

Virginia Ungar, President
Sergio Nick, Vice President
Henk Jan Dalewijk, Treasurer

Romolo Petrini, Website Editorial Board Chair

Gaetano Pellegrini, Podcast Team Coordinator

Collaborators:
Andy Cohen [eng]; Johanna Velt, Julia-Flore Alibert [fr]; Monica D’Alançon, Alice Färber [ger]; Ana Maria Martin Solar, Marcos de Soldati [sp]; Isabel Silveira [por]; Soh Agatsuma, Atsumi Minamisawa, Kouhei Harada [jp].

For questions and proposals please send an email to ipatalks@ipa.world

Etude Op. 25 no. 4 in A minor - 'Paganini' comes from https://musopen.org

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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 Association

Virginia Ungar, President
Sergio Nick, Vice President
Henk Jan Dalewijk, Treasurer

Romolo Petrini, Website Editorial Board Chair

Gaetano Pellegrini, Podcast Team Coordinator

Collaborators:
Andy Cohen [eng]; Johanna Velt, Julia-Flore Alibert [fr]; Monica D’Alançon, Alice Färber [ger]; Ana Maria Martin Solar, Marcos de Soldati [sp]; Isabel Silveira [por]; Soh Agatsuma, Atsumi Minamisawa, Kouhei Harada [jp].

For questions and proposals please send an email to ipatalks@ipa.world

Etude Op. 25 no. 4 in A minor - 'Paganini' comes from https://musopen.org

    Timothy Keogh - A commentary on "The Response Aroused by the Psychopath", Commemorating its author, Neville Symington.

    Timothy Keogh - A commentary on "The Response Aroused by the Psychopath", Commemorating its author, Neville Symington.

    In today’s episode Maria Teresa Hooke (Past President of the Australian Psychoanalytical Society and past Chair of the IPA Committee on New Groups) welcomes Timothy Keogh (Current President of the Australian Psychoanalytical Society), who presents a modified version of a commentary (published in the inaugural issue of the International Journal of Forensic Psychotherapy [2019]) on Neville Symington’s classic paper, The Response Aroused by the Psychopath (1980), to highlight Neville’s lesser known contribution to forensic psychoanalysis and to present a view on this concept from the perspective of a contemporary psychoanalyst.
    Dr Timothy Keogh is a psychoanalyst, forensic psychologist and couple and family psychotherapist.  He has had thirty years’ experience working with offenders in a variety of clinical and executive roles in both Juvenile Justice and Corrective Services in Australia, including State-Wide Director of Inmate Services and Programs. A member of the Mental Health Tribunal (Civil and Forensic), he also recently led the establishment of the Australian Forensic Psychotherapy Association, of which he is the inaugural President.  
    Dr Keogh also has a strong interest and commitment to indigenous issues and is on the Scientific Advisory Board of CASSE, a psychoanalytically-oriented charity that provides an Aboriginal program in Central Australia.  He also had a key role in establishing and is current President of a Psychoanalytic Charity Penthos, immediate past vice president (English) of the International Association of Couple and Family Psychoanalysis (IACFP), a member of the IPA Committee on Couple and Family Psychoanalysis and Vice President of the Australasian Confederation of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapies.  He is also a Senior Lecturer at the Sydney Medical School (University of Sydney) and a visiting Professor to the Tonji Medical School (University of Wuhan) in China.  He authored Through a Glass Darkly (2012) and is senior editor of Psychoanalytic Approaches to Loss (2018) and Interpretation in Couple and Family Psychoanalysis (2019).
    Link to the paper https://drive.google.com/file/d/1QUDNxu-M0JWuav_5G7O1-wzv0i9n98XI/view?usp=sharing

    • 36 min
    Dominique Scarfone - The Time Before Us.

    Dominique Scarfone - The Time Before Us.

    Freud and Winnicott have expressed the opinion that if their psychoanalytic ideas are correct, then poets and writers will have thought of them first. Dominique Scarfone, who has developed the concept of “actual time” on metapsychological grounds, concurs with their opinion by showing that variants of “actual time” can be found in the works of the American poet W. S. Merwin, the British writer Virginia Woolf, and the German philosopher Walter Benjamin. Their poetry, literary prose, and philosophy, respectively, are shown to resonate with the time dimension of the psychoanalytic process.
    Dominique Scarfone, M.D., is a training and supervising analyst in the Canadian Psychoanalytic Society & Institute (Montreal French Branches) in the process of retiring from his practice of more than 40 years. A former full professor at the Université de Montréal, he was for many years an Associate Editor of the International Journal of Psychoanalysis. He is presently chairing the Executive committee of the International Journal’s College. 
    The author of  numerous journal articles and book chapters, he published  a number books, among which Laplanche: An introduction and The Unpast. The Actual Unconscious, both published in 2015 in New York by UIT-The Unconscious in Translation. He co-edited with Howard B. Levine and Gail Reed. Unrepresented States and the Construction of Meaning (Karnac, 2013). A new book is in preparation : The Reality of the Message. Seduction, trauma and transference. (provisional title) to be published by UIT.
    Link to the text https://drive.google.com/file/d/1rT7NYmsJ78Lru4-I4lR1_SOyzevC9SGr/view?usp=sharing
     




     

    • 37 min
    52° IPA Congress - Introduction to the Panel: The Infantile and its dimension in the finding of unconscious fantasy.

    52° IPA Congress - Introduction to the Panel: The Infantile and its dimension in the finding of unconscious fantasy.

    Figure of youthful Eros, Freud Museum London.
     
    "The Infantile and its dimension in the finding of unconscious fantasy".S. Bolognini, P. Ellman, D. Chavis, N. R. Goodman, A. Fainstein, D. Birksted-Breen.
    52° IPA Congress22 July 2021 20:00-21:30 GMTEnglish - Panel
     
    The infantile is always present, in the child, the adult, dreams and in waking life.  The infantile appears in transference/countertransference and also is found when societal trauma is active.  This panel looks closely at the infantile in forces of the mind, in unconscious fantasy, in development and in the treatment relationship.
    M.D. and Psychiatrist, Stefano Bolognini has been President of the Italian Psychoanalytical Society and then President of the International Psychoanalytical Association (2013-2017). He lives and works in Bologna (Italy), and is supervisor of Public Psychiatric Services.For 10 years (2002-2012) he was member of the European Editorial Board of the International Journal of Psychoanalysis; he is Honorary Member of the New York Contemporary Freudian Society (CFS), of the Los Angeles Institute and Society for Psychoanalytic Studies (LAISPS); from 2013, member of the Advisory Board of the International Psychoanalytic University of Berlin (IPU);  founder (2014) and Chair (from 2016) of the IPA Inter-Regional Encyclopedic Dictionary of Psychoanalysis (IRED).His main scientific interests regard Psychoanalytic Empathy, Interpsychic Dimension, Institutional Organizations and Issues, Educational Process, Theory of Technique.Bolognini has published 250 psychoanalytic papers in international books and reviews.Among his books, translated in several languages: Like Wind, Like Wave (Other Press, 2006)]; Psychoanalytic Empathy (Free Association, 2004); Secret Passages. Theory and Technique of the Interpsychic Relations, Routledge, 2010);  “Das Ereignis der Einfuehlung. Zwei Psychoanalytische Reflexionen” (Verlag Turia+Kant, Wien-Berlin, 2017).His last book “Vital Flows between Self and Not-Self” is in publication by Routledge (London).
    Doug Chavis is a Training and Supervising Analyst at the Washington Baltimore Institute for Psychoanalysis. He is in the private practice of child, adolescent and adult psychoanalysis. He recently published The Construction of Sadomasochism: Vicissitudes of Attachment and Mentalization, IJP 2018.
    Paula L. Ellman, Ph.D., ABPP. is a training and supervising analyst in the Contemporary Freudian Society, Washington DC and the Washington Baltimore Center for Psychoanalysis.  She is Overall Chair of the IPA Committee on Women and Psychoanalysis and Chair of the IPA Intercommittee Work Group on Prejudice and Race.  She is on the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Psychoanalysis and is a Board Member of the North America Psychoanalytic Confederation (NAPsaC).  Recent publications include: Finding Unconscious Fantasy in Narrative, Trauma, and Body Pain: A Clinical Guide (with N. Goodman, Routledge, 2017) and The Courage to Fight Violence against Women: Psychoanalytic and Multidisciplinary Perspectives (with N. Goodman, Karnac, 2017). She has a private practice in psychotherapy and psychoanalysis in North Bethesda, Maryland.
    Nancy Goodman is a training and supervising analyst with the Contemporary Freudian Society in Washington D.C. and the IPA. She publishes about trauma, witnessing, female development, sado-masochism, and enactment processes. Finding Unconscious Fantasy is a major theme in Nancy's work found in the book, Finding Unconscious Fantasy in narrative, trauma and body pain, edited with Paula Ellman.
    Dana Birksted-Breen, Ph.D., is a training and supervising psychoanalyst of the British Psychoanalytical Society. Former Editor of the New Library of Psychoanalysis books, she is currently Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Psychoanalysis. Her latest book is The Work of Psychoana

    • 11 min
    José Alberto Zusman: Between the Axes of Dependency and Addiction.

    José Alberto Zusman: Between the Axes of Dependency and Addiction.

    The present paper suggests the existence of two axes of human development: the axis of dependence, associated with human connectedness and the axis of addiction, associated with using inanimate objects to fulfill one’s needs. A crucial role of the analyst who treats people with addictions is to promote movement towards the axis of dependence.
    Jose Alberto Zusman, M.D, is Chair of the IPA Subcommittee on Addiction; Post- Doctor on Addiction mentored by Edward Khantzian (Harvard); Full Member and Professor at the Psychoanalitic Society of Rio de Janeiro (SPRJ); PhD on Psychoanalysis mentored by Eustachio Portella Nunus (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ); Professor and Supervisor of Psychoanalysis at the Psychiatric Residency programme at the Institute of Psychiatry (UFRJ).
    This episode is available also in Portuguese

    • 16 min
    Moccia/Barnà/Sarno - Panel On The Psychoanalytic Method Today.

    Moccia/Barnà/Sarno - Panel On The Psychoanalytic Method Today.

    In this episode we present a Panel that took place recently in the Centro di Psicoanalisi Romano of the Italian Psychoanalytical Society. The participants are Giuseppe Moccia, chair of the Panel, Cono Aldo Barnà and Lucio Sarno. The theme that is developed concerns the variations of the psychoanalytic method in relation both to the new pathologies and to the extensions of the analytic treatment to new contexts, such as the family, couples and groups. The changes caused by the new conditions due to the Covid 19 pandemic are also considered.
    Giuseppe  Moccia is a Medical Doctor, Psychiatrist, and Training Analyst of the Italian Psychoanalytical Society and the International Psychoanalytic Association. He has long been a supervisor at the psychiatric services of Roma and Ancona, President and Scientific Secretary of the Centro di Psicoanalisi Romano and Coordinator of the Psychoanalysis and Neuroscience Committee of the Italian Psychoanalytical Society. He has written numerous articles in Italian and international journals on the issues of patients with severe pathology, the intersubjective approach as well as the relationship between psychoanalysis and neuroscience.This text is read by Diego Francisco Andrade.
    link to his paper https://docs.google.com/file/d/11laEgx6cHmboy-ZekwlwzP-I7TiScPxm/edit?usp=docslist_api&filetype=msword
     
    Cono Aldo Barnà is a physician, psychiatrist and Training Analyst for the Italian Psychoanalytical Society and the International Psychoanalytic Association. He has worked in psychiatric centers of the Italian Health System and has been supervisor of many socio-health teams in various Italian cities. He was President of the Centro di Psicoanalisi Romano and Vice President of the Italian Psychoanalytical Society. He is co-author of the "Unconscious" entry in the Inter-Regional Encyclopedic Dictionary of the International Psychoanalytic Association and books on psychoanalysis. Since the 1970’s he has produced many articles on psychiatry and psychoanalysis.This text is read by Diego Francisco Andrade.
    link to his paper https://docs.google.com/file/d/1nWE7gfvq8bqRb_ToY_yyZ4DUkvzRI2eZ/edit?usp=docslist_api&filetype=msword
     
    Lucio Sarno is Professor Emeritus of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, Faculty of Medicine and Surgery at Vita-Salute San Raffaele University in Milan, Italy. He was the Chief of the Service of Clinical and Health Psychology at San Raffaele Hospital in Milan. He now directs the Counseling Service and the Centre for the Promotion of Psychological Wellbeing and Health Protection at the University Vita-Salute San Raffaele in Milan. He is a Training Analyst of Italian Psychoanalytical Society (SPI) , a Full Member of the International Psychoanalytical Association (IPA), and a “qualified expert” in the analysis of children and adolescents. He has held numerous institutional positions.He founded and was President of the Italian Institute of Group Psychoanalysis.This text is read by Adam Muri-Rosenthal.
    link to his paper https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Am6djcCgdsG3HBsgdTWdm-J1gZ-ezWuq/view?usp=drivesdk
     
    Key Takeaways:[0:34] Giuseppe Moccia[6:38] Cono Aldo Barnà[42:34] Lucio Sarno
    This episode is available also in Italian
    Music:Chopin Etudes, Op. 25Żołnowski Kwartet Japoński II -  Complete Performance. Maciej Żołnowski.

    • 1h 21 min
    Michael Parsons - Psychoanalysis and Art.

    Michael Parsons - Psychoanalysis and Art.

    Michael Parsons is a Training Analyst of the British Psychoanalytical Society and a member of the French Psychoanalytic Association. After a degree in classical literature, ancient history and philosophy, he became a doctor and specialised in psychiatry. He trained as an analyst at the Institute of Psychoanalysis in London, and worked for thirty years in full-time private analytic practice. He has a particular interest in connections between psychoanalysis and other fields such as art, literature and religion.
    He is the author of two books: The Dove that Returns, The Dove that Vanishes: Paradox and Creativity in Psychoanalysis (Routledge, 2000) and Living Psychoanalysis: From Theory to Experience (Routledge, 2014). He is also co-editor of the collected papers of Enid Balint under the title Before I was I: Psychoanalysis and the Imagination. (Free Association, 1993).
    His podcast is about the relation between psychoanalysis and the visual arts, literature and music. It draws on his two books, quoting passages from them, and develops some further ideas relating to this theme.
    Link to the paper https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Mxt6vyNXnHtk2gyWd694f_8w9mr1R9g1/view?usp=sharing
     


     

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