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Every other month we try to offer a good enough candid and open clinical discussion on a new theme. In-between, we will try to react to comments and questions offered by our audience. Share with us your comments or 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-psyc ...
 
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
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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。
 
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Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Portraits of the Wives of Emperors. Courtesy Met Museum, New York Focusing on the concepts of “SELF” and ‘INTERSUBJECTIVTY”, the panelists Stefano Bolognini (Chair of IRED), Arne Jemstedt (Co-Chair for Europe), Ines Bayona (Co-Chair for Latin America) and Eva Papiasvili (Co-Chair for North America) will elucidate ho…
 
Rendering Unconscious welcomes Amy Gaeta to the podcast! Rendering Unconscious Podcast welcomesAmy Gaeta, Amy is a PhD candidate in English at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She takes a transdisciplinary approach by bringing together critical disability studies, feminist science and technology, and visual culture studies to understand the pre…
 
"It’s very exhilarating to have shared an in-depth experience with another person the way you do as an analyst. You know the inner workings of people’s struggles, of their strengths, and of the things they overcome. We’re granted such a privilege to be part of someone’s’ world and to be able to help them get more freedom and more pleasure in that w…
 
This lecture is the second of two that address: Qualitative, Quantitative, Research, Subjectivity, Objectivity, the Big Five, Psychological research, Personality, Methodology, Disconfirmation, Ideographic, Nomothetic, Statistics, Dark Triad, Traits, Empathy, Attachment, Trauma, Childhood, Neuropsychology, Bypassing shame, Adaption, Inhibition, Moti…
 
We’ve just gotten a new job in the woods. It’s only for one day and there’s an ax by the front door, but it’s probably fine, right? What could go wrong? Grab your camera and join us at the lake as we conclude our series on Narcissism with the mumblegore classic, Creep! Come for Peach Fuzz. Stay for Tubby Time! Music notes: "Infinite Perspective" by…
 
In the fifth and final instalment of our new podcast series, Tom will be joined by Emilia Raczkowska, the Freud Museum’s Education and Outreach Manager, to discuss how psychoanalysis has responded to the Covid-19 pandemic. Producer: Karolina Hellerעל ידי Freud Museum London
 
We invite you to continue the discussion on how the social is part of a psychoanalytic practice. This time, we will address how psychoanalysts bring where they come from in the analysis, what it means to work with people who come from different countries with different knowledge of the analytic process, how we are always in a process of exclusion a…
 
Lives of the Unconscious Summary:Anxiety disorders are among the most common psychological problems for which people seek out psychotherapy. At the same time, anxiety is a feeling that everyone knows and everyone has suffered from—some more, some less. But at what point does anxiety become an illness? This episode explores the question of how anxie…
 
"Antipsychiatry," Esalen, psychedelics, and DSM III: Radical challenges to psychiatry and the conventional treatment of mental health in the 1970s. The upheavals of the 1960s gave way to a decade of disruptions in the 1970s, and among the rattled fixtures of American society was mainstream psychiatry. A "Radical Caucus" formed within the psychiatri…
 
Upon any discussion on the elaboration of “death” in Iran, one inevitably comes face to face with the often argued and examined notion that Iranians symptomatically suffer within a culture that is obsessed with the celebration of death, nostalgia and mourning. Many interdisciplinary scholars in recent decades have examined and provided data which p…
 
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 F…
 
Rendering Unconscious welcomes Dr. Robert Beshara back to the podcast! Rendering Unconscious Podcast welcomes Dr. Robert K. Beshara, critical psychologist interested in theorizing subjectivity vis-a-vis ideology through radical qualitative research (ie discourse analysis). In addition to being a scholar-activist, Dr. Beshara is a fine artist with a…
 
Beep beep, Richie. Hop aboard the S.S. Georgie and meet us in the Barrens as we’re joined by Jamie Alvey from Morbidly Beautiful for a comfort horror episode on the 2017 adaptation of Stephen King’s It. You’ll float too. Follow us on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Music notes: "Infinite Perspective" by Kevin MacLeod "Long Note Three" by Kevin MacLe…
 
This lecture is the first of two that address: Qualitative, Quantitative, Research, Subjectivity, Objectivity, the Big Five, Psychological research, Personality, Methodology, Disconfirmation, Ideographic, Nomothetic, Statistics, Dark Triad, Traits, Empathy, Attachment, Trauma, Childhood, Neuropsychology, Bypassing shame, Adaption, Inhibition, Motiv…
 
On this episode of Rendering Unconscious, Philosopher Simon Critchley presents "Infinitely Demanding: Politics of Resistance, Ethics of Commitment" to Das Unbehagen - A Free Association for Psychoanalysis at The New School for Social Research on April 18, 2013. You can watch this lecture + Q&A: http://dasunbehagen.org/simon-critchley-das-unbehagen-…
 
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 …
 
Microaggressions have been identified as a common and troubling cause of low retention and poor psychotherapy outcomes for people of color. All therapists want and intend to be helpful to their clients, but many unknowingly committing microaggressions due to unconscious biases and misconceptions about people from ethnic and racial minority groups. …
 
"The workbook contextualizes the child in his or her network. The idea being that the more the child has a supportive network and that they can use this network, the more they will be able to face the aspects of COVID-19. So it’s not only the illness and having people in the family who are ill or might have died, but also the other impacts of COVID…
 
Lives of the Unconscious Summary:The world is a stage—the couch too? So many scenes, sometimes even true dramas, play out in our minds. In everyday life we slip into the most diverse roles; the two protagonists we call patient and therapist are no exception. This episode deals with how, within the therapeutic setting, our unconscious sets the stage…
 
We’ve got reservations at Dorsia to talk about business cards, Huey Lewis, and Narcissism in Mary Harron’s dark comedy satire, American Psycho. Now, if you’ll excuse us, we need to return some video tapes. Follow us on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Music notes: "Infinite Perspective" by Kevin MacLeod "Long Note Three" by Kevin MacLeod "Emotion Pic…
 
An introduction to personality. This lecture addresses: Cults, Charisma, Culture, Personality, the Big Five, Developmental psychology, childhood, traits, the Dark Triad, research, methodology, factor analysis and more. Contact Email: philosophyofpsychoanalysis@gmail.com Lecturer: Associate Professor Doris McIlwain. Theme song creator: Rose Mackenzi…
 
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…
 
In this episode, Jamie Ruers is in conversation with the Freud Museum's curator, Bryony Davies. They will discuss the forthcoming exhibition '1920/2020: Freud in Pandemic', which addresses the parallels between Freud's experience with the Spanish Flu and the COVID-19 pandemic today. Producer: Karolina Heller…
 
Robert Beshara’s Freud and Said: Contrapuntal Psychoanalysis as Liberation Praxis (Palgrave, 2021) is a guide through the textual relationship between the work of Sigmund Freud and Edward Said. It is also a valuable handbook in critical psychology that chronicles many works at the intersection of psychoanalysis and decoloniality from around the wor…
 
This episode of Rendering Unconscious Podcast is a lecture by Carl Abrahamsson entitled "The Magic of Dreams Made Real". This webinar/online lecture was originally held for the Society of Sentience on December 17, 2017. Available to view at YouTube: https://youtu.be/KoMhbvBcjOoJoin us at https://www.patreon.com/vanessa23carlIn our contemporary cult…
 
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 …
 
Lives of the Unconscious Summary:Is there evidence for the effectiveness of psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic-based therapy methods? For which forms of illness is it suitable? In this episode we present significant findings from research on psychoanalytic psychotherapy and address the question of whether the effectiveness of psychoanalysis is scien…
 
Calling all Outlanders for a new comfort horror episode! We’re joined by Nichole Goble from the Bodies of Horror podcast to talk about corn, religion, and Stephen King. Walk with us behind the rows as we resurrect the 1984 folk horror classic, Children of the Corn. Follow us on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Music notes: "Infinite Perspective" by K…
 
Season 2 of Philosophy of Psychoanalysis is coming soon! In this lecture series A/Prof McIlwain addresses the Psychology of Personality from a psychoanalytic perspective. Contact Email: philosophyofpsychoanalysis@gmail.com Lecturer: Associate Professor Doris McIlwain. Theme song creator: Rose Mackenzie-Peterson. Logo creator: Campbell Henderson. ht…
 
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 …
 
"What kind of home [institute] have you got to live in? If you design a home, not as a refuge but where there is a place to be able to think, it’s a slightly different concept. I’m not going to hide you in this secondary container, but I am going to help you to think in this secondary container. Then it feels easier to turn to colleagues and be ope…
 
Lives of the Unconscious Summary:Psychoanalysis is an exotic resident in the house of science. A wide variety of disciplines have borrowed from it, from neuroscience to the social sciences, to art and literature. At the same time, it has often been confronted with the accusation of being unscientific. We will dedicate two episodes of our podcast to…
 
You are a podcast. You are a hundred miles high. Pour yourself a glass of Peach Schnapps and dominate as we conclude our series on schizophrenia with Perry Blackshear’s psychological horror film, They Look Like People. Follow us on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Music notes: "Infinite Perspective" by Kevin MacLeod "Long Note Three" by Kevin MacLeod…
 
In the third episode of our new podcast series, we’ll be looking at the final two chapters of Beyond the Pleasure Principle and tracing the emergence of Freud’s New Dual Instinct Theory, and his introduction of the Death Drive. Producer: Karolina Hellerעל ידי Freud Museum London
 
What makes racist feelings and ideas objectionable? In his book Internal Racism: A Psychoanalytic Approach to Race and Difference (Red Globe, 2011), M. Fakhry Davids, a member of the British Psychoanalytical Society, argues that racism, like the impulse to destroy or act on hatred, is an ineluctable part of us all. Borrowing, but also augmenting th…
 
Elizabeth Severn: The 'Evil Genius' of Psychoanalysis (Routledge, 2017) chronicles the life and work of Elizabeth Severn, both as one of the most controversial analysands in the history of psychoanalysis, and as a psychoanalyst in her own right. Condemned by Freud as "an evil genius", Freud disapproved of Severn’s work and had her influence expelle…
 
W. Pearson and H. Marlo's The Spiritual Psyche in Psychotherapy: Mysticism, Intersubjectivity, and Psychoanalysis (Routledge, 2020) examines the interaction of spiritual and psychoanalytic lineages with psychotherapy in everyday practice. Written by a team of seasoned clinicians and illustrated through clinical vignettes, chapters explore topics pe…
 
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 ye…
 
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