The InForm:Podcast seeks to be an informal and informative way to talk about the intersection of Social Work (or social justice if you prefer), Psychoanalysis, and Critical Theory.
InForm: Jared Elwart on Reading Sci-Fi & Thinking about Psychoanalysis
In this episode of the InForm Podcast, I talk with Jared Elwart about how reading science fiction makes him think about psychoanalysis and how thinking about psychoanalysis influences how he reads Science Fiction.
InForm: Michael McAndrews on psychoanalysis for people who don't know they can have it
On this episode of the InForm: Podcast I talk with psychoanalyst Michael McAndrews who practices out in Colorado. Michael's practice is unique for several reasons. The first is that he provides psychoanalysis to people who normally would not have the ability to afford mental health services. The second is that he provides services to people who have lost a baby, child, or pregnancy.
InForm: Psychoanalysis in the Classroom with Ryan Engley
This is an interview with Professor Ryan Engley about psychoanalysis in the classroom.
InForm: Psychoanalytic Politics w/ The Regrettable Century | Pt. 2
In this episode of InForm Neil, Jason, & Chris all talk about the first chapter of Psychoanalytic Politics by Sherry Turkle. It is the second in the series where we work our way through the text chapter by chapter.
InForm: Interview with Peter Rollins
This episode of InForm is an interview with Peter Rollins, a thinker, writer, podcaster, and community organizer who works at the intersections of psychoanalysis, theology, and philosophy.
InForm: Psychoanalytic Politics w/ The Regrettable Century | Pt. 1
This is the first episode in a series on the book Psychoanalytic Politics by S
Much love from CA!
I think the InForm podcast truly sets itself apart in relation to other psychotherapy and psychoanalysis themed podcasts. I love listening to Neil’s and Jared’s perspectives on the topics brought in and it’s been fun learning more about Lacanian psychoanalysis. Neil and Jared’s chemistry come through the discussions, which makes the episodes that more enjoyable to listen to.
All in all, I’m super grateful this podcast exists. I’ve enjoyed all of the episodes and am looking forward for future episodes! Thanks Neil and Jared! ❤️
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I hope they come back!