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Every month we try to offer a good enough, candid and open discussion on different aspects of psychoanalysis. We invite our audience to share with us their comments and questions by writing to us discussionsonpsychoanalysis@pm.me or on twitter https://twitter.com/DiscusOnPsycha Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/249668092601494/ SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/user-296153775 iTunes https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/discussions-on-psychoanalysis/id1454139315
 
Ever wonder why anxious people love horror movies? Curious about how having the daylights scared out of you can help you feel better? Hosts Jenn Adams, Lara Unnerstall, and therapist Mike Snoonian break it down (and back it up with academic research) on Psychoanalysis: A Horror Therapy Podcast. Each month, we’ll take an in-depth look at a topic in the mental health field like anxiety, PTSD, and toxic relationships. For our bi-weekly episodes, we’ll pair topics with a horror film and analyze ...
 
This podcast is devoted to topics on psychotherapy, contemporary psychoanalysis, and psychodynamic therapy methods, as well as social issues. A new episode is published every Friday. Recommended readings can be found attached to each respective episode. Website: https://www.psy-cast.org
 
More and more, psychoanalysis has to deal with cultures different from that belonging to its foundations and initial diffusion and with the problems posed by the transformations of the contemporary world. The intent of Geographies of Psychoanalysis is to draw a map of the psyche that takes into account the interconnections and differences that occur in a now globalized reality The focus of this first cycle is the problematic theme of death in different cultures and religions, and the ways of ...
 
IPA Talks on Psychoanalysis は、さまざまなIPAソサエティジャーナルに出版されたトピックやコングレスでの議論を世界と共有するもので、著者自身の声によりお届けします。これが精神分析的思考の深みと広がりを経験していただくための機会となることを願っております。 この Podcast はIPAウェブサイト編集部の Gaetano Pellegrini、日本精神分析協会の吾妻壮、原田康平、南澤淳美により作成・編集されたものです。 ご質問、ご提案は ipatalks@ipa.world までお願いいたします。
 
Freud famously said that the aim of psychoanalysis was to enable us to work, love and play with minimum conflict. So what gets in the way of us doing that? Philosophy of Psychoanalysis is an educational course presented at a third-year tertiary education level by A/Prof. Doris McIlwain. The course aims to ground you in the basics: the nature of unconscious processes, repression, sexuality, dreams, morality, grief, gender identity, drives and affects and their implications for perception, mem ...
 
Rendering Unconscious Podcast: Psychoanalysis, Art & Culture. Support the podcast at: https://www.patreon.com/vanessa23carl Rendering Unconscious Podcast is hosted by Dr. Vanessa Sinclair, a psychoanalyst based in Stockholm, who works internationally. Dr. Sinclair interviews fellow psychoanalysts, psychologists, creative arts therapists, writers, artists, scholars, poets, philosophers and other intellectuals about their process, society, politics, books, culture and the state of mental healt ...
 
Talks On Psychoanalysis partage les sujets publiés dans les revues des sociétés de l’Association Psychanalytique Internationale (IPA) et les débats des congrès du monde entier, et vous sont présentés par leurs auteurs dans leurs voix originales. Produced by IPA H. Wolfe, President A. Prengler, Vice President H. Jan Dalewijk, Treasurer S. Wajnbuch, IPA Communications Committee Chair U. Burkert, Scientific Communications sub-Committee Chair Podcast Team G. Pellegrini, Coordinador J. Velt, J.F. ...
 
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“The students are fascinated to see that someone who ordinarily they know behind the couch can be on the stand and try to influence social justice, and influence foster care systems, influence schools, churches and often corporations.” Episode Description: We begin by recalling Dr. Kliman's 92nd birthday request of inviting trainees to participate …
 
Lives of the Unconscious Summary:Conspiracy phantasma derive their power from affects, not from arguments. They cannot be understood by differentiating them from some supposedly reasonable normality – for normality may not be so reasonable after all – but only in the reflection of their affective cohesiveness. In fact, they are a social psychologic…
 
Rendering Unconscious welcomes Bonni Rambatan and Jacob Johanssen to the podcast!You can support the podcast at our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/vanessa23carlThank you so much for your support!Bonni Rambatan is an independent scholar and researcher based in Jakarta, Indonesia, as well as a writer and artist for various comics, novels, films, in…
 
We’re a reasonable pod. But, we've just experienced some very unreasonable things. Grab your Needle of Love and meet us in the Hell of Boiling Oil for a Comfort Horror episode on John Carpenter’s Big Trouble in Little China. Son of a pod must pay! Research Links: The Legacy Of 'Big Trouble In Little China' Includes Opening Doors For Asian-American …
 
Loss and trauma are ubiquitous, yet we are often unaware of their presence in our individual and family histories, much less how they affect us present-day. We carry them in symptoms, dreams, and patterns that seemingly lack explanation yet haunt us for much of our lives. The key to working through them may lie in uncovering ungrieved losses and ma…
 
Themes of hiding abound in the developmental narratives of boys who grow up to be gay. Their need to hide is reinforced by the traumatizing public humiliation that ensues from either open expressions of same-sex desire or gender- nonconforming behavior. The experience of being discovered, punished, and humiliated for showing or acting on such feeli…
 
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…
 
With The COVID-19 pandemic in Japan, the government was unable to impose a lockdown, but asked people instead to do same thing voluntarily. Incorporated in this, sacrificial rituals can be seen .The book “Voluntary death in Japan” (1984) written by Maurice Pinguet was very helpful to Furui Hiroaki in thinking about the Japanese view of life and dea…
 
We interview Dr. Christos Tombras, a supervising psychoanalyst with a Lacanian orientation, practicing in London. Dr. Tombras is a member of the Centre for Freudian Analysis and Research, UK, and lectures, runs workshops and facilitates reading groups. His main research interest is in a dialogue between continental philosophy and psychoanalysis. He…
 
In this episode, I interview Gila Ashtor, a practicing psychoanalyst and critical theorist, about her new book, Homo Psyche: On Queer Theory and Erotophobia (Fordham University Press, 2021). This book proceeds from the perplexing observation that for all of its political agita, rhetorical virtuosity, and intellectual restlessness, queer theory conf…
 
Put on your lab coat and meet us in the morgue as we conclude our series on Coming-of-Age Horror with Julia Ducournau’s Raw. We’re sure you’ll find a solution. Research Links Raw’s Julia Ducournau on love, laughter, and eating human flesh Follow us on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Music notes: "Infinite Perspective" by Kevin MacLeod "Long Note Thr…
 
On this episode of Rendering Unconscious, Dr. Kasper Opstrup presents "Myths of the Near Future: Radicalising Body and Mind" at Re-Writing the Future: 100 Years of Esoteric Modernism and Psychoanalysis in Merano, Italy on May 30, 2019. http://psychartcult.orgDr. Kasper Opstrup is a writer and researcher based in Copenhagen. He is the Danish transla…
 
We interview Dr. Joel Whitebook, philosopher and psychoanalyst about his book Freud: An Intellectual Biography (Cambridge UP, 2017). Dr. Whitebook works in Critical Theory in the tradition of the Frankfurt School, developing that tradition with his clinical and philosophical knowledge of recent advances in psychoanalytic theory. The life and work o…
 
Rendering Unconscious welcomes Icy Sedgwick to the podcast!Icy Sedgwick is working on a PhD exploring the representation of the haunted house in contemporary Hollywood horror films. She runs the Fabulous Folklore podcast, investigating European folklore and its appearances in popular culture. In case she tires of the research, Icy also writes dark …
 
"A large group [of analysts] sitting in the circular Tavistock manner talked about their reactions to the state of the world. It wasn’t just about the law about Poland and the Holocaust but also about the populist movements that were gaining ground in many places. The psychoanalysts were saying ” What can we do? What can psychoanalysts do?” I thoug…
 
Lives of the Unconscious Summary:“The school of C.G. Jung has played a controversial role in psychoanalysis. More than almost any other psychological school, it grants a greater role to the symbolic world of the psyche, fairy tales, myths, and legends, but also alchemy or astrology. The significance of this spiritual reality is expressed at life-hi…
 
Although the term 'jouissance' is common currency in psychoanalysis today, how much does it really tell us? While often taken to designate a fusion of sexuality, suffering and satisfaction, the term has fallen into a purely descriptive use that closes down more questions than it opens up. Although assumed to explain the coalescence of pleasure and …
 
We’re not a podcast. We’re discontent. Grab your Reverse She's All That glasses and join us under the bleachers for a comfort horror episode on the 90s sci-fi horror classic, The Faculty. Guaranteed to jack you up. Research Links: How To Control Your Anxiety Before It Controls You Follow us on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Music notes: "Infinite P…
 
Rendering Unconscious welcomes Dr. Dany Nobus back to the podcast!Dany Nobus is a Clinical Psychologist, Psychoanalyst, Professor and former Chair of the Freud Museum London. https://www.freud.org.ukFollow Dany Nobus on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DanyNobusHis main research interests include the history, theory and practice of psychoanalysis, the …
 
Rendering Unconscious welcomes Roben Farzad to the podcast!Roben Farzad hosts the weekly program Full Disclosure on NPR One and is a special correspondent on PBS NewsHour. Born in Iran and raised in Miami, he is a graduate of Princeton University and Harvard Business School. He was a senior writer for Bloomberg Businessweek for a decade and has app…
 
You said you'd pod with us. Cause you had nothing better to do. Join us for Part 2 of our episode on Coming-of-Age Horror in Ginger Snaps. It’s like … the ultimate fuck you. Research Links: Boys Adrift Girls on the Edge Costumes and Sexuality in Michael Dougherty’s ‘Trick ‘r Treat’ Follow us on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Music notes: "Infinite …
 
Sometimes we get this ache. We thought it was for sex, but it's to pod everything to fucking pieces. Grab your feminine hygiene products and join us for Part 1 of our episode on Coming-of-Age Horror in Ginger Snaps. Research Links: Boys Adrift Girls on the Edge Costumes and Sexuality in Michael Dougherty’s ‘Trick ‘r Treat’ Follow us on Facebook | T…
 
This paper aims at categorizing two types of discourse with which the body is referred to. It is based on the model of psychic apparatus as presented in Chapter VII of The Interpretation of Dreams, using it as a conceptual instrument for reading the clinical material in the session. These are the discourse of the "evoked body" and the one on the "p…
 
Lives of the Unconscious Summary:“A trauma does not disappear through silence; it cannot be silenced out of existence. It remains effective in fantasies, dreams, and experiences, but eludes language and thus understanding. It only becomes more diffuse, more intangible; it becomes a shadow or an undead, casting an invisible spell over the family his…
 
"I decided I would try to understand things psychologically because it seemed to me that the current wisdom that people were acting as rational actors operating in their own best interests didn’t actually fit the facts. Many people and communities were doing things that were harmful to themselves. I thought, ‘Well, one profession that spends a lot …
 
Somebody on this pod ain't what she appears to be. Grab your blanket and your bottle of Jim Beam because it’s time to heat things up with a Comfort Horror episode on John Carpenter’s The Thing. You gotta be fuckin’ kidding. Follow us on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Music notes: "Infinite Perspective" by Kevin MacLeod "Long Note Three" by Kevin Ma…
 
Rendering Unconscious welcomes Dr. Dwight Turner back to the podcast! Dr. Dwight Turner is a Psychotherapist & Supervisor working in London and online, as well as a Senior Lecturer in the Psychodynamic PGDip in Counselling and Psychotherapy training at School of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Brighton in East Sussex. https://ww…
 
This episode of Rendering Unconscious podcast is a lecture by Dr. Steven Reisner “Crazy Like a Fox: Evil is Not a Psychiatric Illness ” presented at the New School for Social Research, January 31, 2017. Dr. Reisner is introduced by Dr. Chris Christian, who organized the event. This event available to view at YouTube: https://youtu.be/Ty1HhODKVaISte…
 
Let's me and you go for a ride, podcast. Grab your suitcase and meet us on Lower Wacker as we conclude our examination of Psychopathy with John McNaughton’s Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer. How about those Bears? Follow us on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Music notes: "Infinite Perspective" by Kevin MacLeod "Long Note Three" by Kevin MacLeod "E…
 
To close our Uncanny series, we are bringing you a special bonus episode from our archive. In a live lecture originally delivered at the Freud Museum in January 2020, Dr Aaron Balick looks at deepfakes, artificial intelligence, and social media algorithms as he uncovers 'Why might some forms of technology give us the creeps'. Producer: Karolina Hel…
 
Steven Knoblauch's Bodies and Social Rhythms: Navigating Unconscious Vulnerability and Emotional Fluidity (Routledge, 2020) traces the development of an unfolding challenge for psychoanalytic attention, which augments contemporary theoretical lenses focusing on structures of meaning, with an accompanying registration different than and interacting …
 
In this episode we come back to deal with Psychoanalysis and Art, through the work of Louise Bourgeois and a small novel very dear to psychoanalysis: "The Gradiva (a Pompeian fantasy)”, written by W. Jensen in 1903. Patricia O'Donnell presents her paper titled: “Of flies and spiders - Gradiva and Louise Bourgeois" and reports that a particular comm…
 
Rendering Unconscious welcomes Dr Scott Krzych to the podcast!Scott Krzych, PhD teaches Film and Media Studies at Colorado College. His teaching and research focuses on political media, documentary, psychoanalytic theory, and film-philosophy. https://www.coloradocollege.edu/basics/contact/directory/people/krzych_scott_alan.htmlHis new book is Beyon…
 
"I jump into a book - we take a book into our hands, and I become everybody, everywhere in every era. I become Emma Bovary - it is a very famous expression by Flaubert saying, “I am Emma Bovary, Emma Bovary c’est moi.” I become someone else in a different place, in a different time, in a different body, sometimes in a different sex. I can even beco…
 
Lives of the Unconscious Summary:“It is important to emphasize that in every victim of trauma there is a desire for vitality and healing. Consciously and unconsciously, the injured psyche tries to understand what has happened, to mitigate the destructiveness, and to reintegrate it into one’s own identity.” Visit our website: www.psy-cast.org or our…
 
On this episode, J.J. Mull interviews author Hannah Zeavin about her new book, The Distance Cure: A History of Teletherapy (MIT Press, 2021). Among Zeavin’s central interventions in the book is to reframe what is normally understood as the “therapeutic dyad” as always already a triad: therapist, patient, and mediating communication technology. Acro…
 
Sometimes pod is better. Grab your shovel and meet us beyond the barrier for a comfort horror episode on Stephen King’s Pet Sematary. Let pod get its own cat! Follow us on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Music notes: "Infinite Perspective" by Kevin MacLeod "Long Note Three" by Kevin MacLeod "Emotion Picture" by Bill Ironfield Logo artwork by Jess Sn…
 
Rendering Unconscious welcomes Edgard Francisco Danielsen & Grégoire Pierre to the podcast!You can support Rendering Unconscious Podcast at our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/vanessa23carlEdgard Francisco Danielsen, PhD, LP is a Licensed Psychoanalyst (LP) in New York, and a State Certified Psychoanalyst (SCP) in New Jersey. Dr. Danielsen has 22+…
 
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