New Event – Washington DC Conference

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Gender and Sexuality Diversities Workshop (LGBTQI Conference)(Registration Closes 10/19)

Via Zoom

"Puberty as Threshold: Psychoanalytic Considerations Regarding Hormone Blocking and Cross-Sex Hormones in Work with Transgender Children" Presenter: Avgi Saketopoulou, PsyD Registration Closes 10/19/22 Sunday, October 23, 2022   1:00 pm - 4:00 pm ET Presentation and Discussion Via Zoom (closed captions available) 3 CME/CEs (meets LGBTQI+ Cultural Competence and Diversities CME/CE requirements) REGISTER:   […]

2022 Raphling Memorial Lecture

Via Zoom

Communication and Transformation in Infancy and Psychotherapy: Psychic Structure, Interaction and the Non-verbal Unconscious 8:00 - 9:30 PM ET via Zoom 1.5 CME/CE   Register Here: Registration Deadline: Wednesday, November 2, 2022   Presenter: Stephen Seligman, DMH Stephen Seligman is Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of […]

Stacia I. Super Memorial Ethics Conference

Via Zoom

The keynote speakers will be Dr. Christine Courtois and Carrie T. Ishee, LPCC and the discussant will be our own Dr. Richard Waugaman.  In keeping with Dr. Courtois' new book, Sexual Boundary Violations in Psychotherapy, she will be exploring various ethical considerations associated with sexual boundary transgressions made by therapists. The #MeToo movement, documenting sexual […]

COWAP Revisiting the Maternal: The Maternal Death Drive

with Lisa Baraitser This “conversation” will focus on Lisa Baraitser’s understanding of a ‘maternal death drive’. This supplements Freud’s death drive by accounting for the temporality of repetition that retains a relation to the future but remains distinct from a life drive. Maternity, and many other forms of care work that are traditionally assigned to […]

COWAP Revisiting the Maternal: The Future of Care

Presented by: Sally Weintrobe in conversation with Wendy Hollway Moderated by Lynne Zeavin Sally Weintrobe (UK) will discuss various elements of the environmental crisis, and the question of the future; Our survival depends upon care being sufficiently strong to hold uncare in check. Care requires a culture of care. Neoliberalism’s culture of uncare has waged […]

COWAP Revisiting the Maternal: Parenting a Child with a Facial Difference

with Sandy Hershberg Mothering her child with Moebius Syndrome, congenital facial paralysis, in which the face appears visibly different from birth, sets the stage for Sandy Hershberg’s experience of mothering in which her sense of herself and sense of unfamiliarity within herself is intensified by the “the uncanny gaze” of others on her child, thus heightening […]

COWAP Revisiting the Maternal: The Captive Maternal and Carceral Capitalism

Via Zoom

The Captive Maternal and Carceral Capitalism Joy James in conversation with Jackie Wang Moderated by Hannah Zeavin Date: April 22, 2023 Time: 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm We live in a moment where the rights of incarcerated parents are once more increasingly contested. This insidious logic—that to produce stability, children must be torn from their […]

Rethinking Psychoanalytic Practice in Wartime: A Panel Discussion by Ukrainian Clinicians

Via Zoom

Date: Saturday, April 29, 2023 9:00am - 1:00pm ET Presentation and Discussion 4 CME/CE Via Zoom Registration Link: REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Wednesday, April 26, 2023 For a complete list of dates, presenters, learning objectives, and detailed CME/CE information see flyer on the registration page. Registration Fees: WBCP members - $100 (4 CME/CE) WBCP PSP and […]

COWAP Revisiting the Maternal: Maternal Eroticism in the Analytic Setting

with Andrea Celenza The analyst’s vitalizing activity, as reflected in the analyst’s invitation to be, in the offer to take in the analyst as an object of love, to receive what the analyst transmits, and the taking in of other components implicit through nonverbal means (through gaze and displaced touch) are all components of a healthy analytic process. These are all aspects of healthy maternal eroticism as well. […]

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