Message from Doris Brothers,
Chief Editor of eForum

by  Doris Brothers

As I sit in the "quiet car" of the train taking me back to New York just hours after the ending of the 39th Annual IAPSP conference in Boston, I'm finally in touch with the feelings that rushed by during the last few busy days. First, of all, probably because this conference overflowed with presentations that were both emotionally enriching and theoretically demanding, I feel the kind of tired that indicates that I've just expended a great deal of energy - but energy that was really well spent. Secondly, I'm filled with pride at having participated in an event that brought together some of the most talented and thoughtful clinicians and thinkers in our field. And thirdly, I'm overjoyed at having connected with friends and colleagues from near and far, some of whom I see only at the annual conference.

I hope that eForum will continue to reflect the excitement and gratification the conference seems to have inspired in many who attended. We are delighted to offer two wonderful new op-ed pieces. One is by Flora Lazar, entitled "Literary Criticism, Psychoanalysis, and the New Politics of Otherness." The other is by Harry Paul and George Hagman, entitled "Our Leadership Dilemma." Both are wonderfully thought-provoking.

We also have new editions of several terrific columns: "Voices from Israel" by Orly Shoshani and "Early Career Essentials" by Flora Lazar. Please visit eForum often to check out new columns that will be posted during the coming year. We plan to post summaries of the conference panels and provide additions to existing columns such as Carol Mayhew's column, "What Are You Reading Now?," Anne Paris's columns, "Our Creative IAPSP Community," and "Book News," and Annette Richard's "IAPSP Interviews".

I want to remind you that you can use eForum to keep your colleagues up to date on what's happening in your life, your work, or your institute or training program. Just submit news items for posting on "Members' Updates," "Recent Publications," and "Institute News." Send them to me at .

Of course, we look forward to receiving any short articles or op-ed pieces you'd care to submit for review.

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Columns

How Does the Sociopolitical Affect our Work?  
Early Career Essentials  
Voices from Israel
From the Toybox: What's New With the Child and Adolescent Initiative?
My Self Psychology
Book News
Conference Reflections
IAPSP Affiliates Group
Couples Therapy Interest Group
IAPSP Interviews

Interview with Renato Barauna

Getting to Know the IAPSP International Community
What Are You Reading and Watching Now?
Feeling, Relating, Existing

A blog by Robert D. Stolorow, Ph.D.

Conference Panel Summaries:
2016 Conference

Panel I

Dolph and Gus: The War of the Worlds  

by James Herzog, M.D., Richard Geist, Ed.D. & Janna Sandmeyer, Ph.D.

Panel II

Transforming Traumatic Intensity: Loosening the Ties of Autoerotic Asphyxiation  

by Denise R. Davis, L.C.S.W., Elizabeth Corpt, L.C.S.W. & David Terman, M.D.

Panel IV

Beyond the Clinical Moment
Searching for Realness and Reciprocity In a Long-Term Analytic Relationship
 

by Malcolm Owen Slavin, Ph.D., Hazel Ipp, Ph.D. & Annette Richard, M.Ps.

Panel V

The Analyst's Affect:
The Way Back from Gridlock, Blindspots and Loss of Vitality
 

by Maria L. Slowiaczek, Ph.D. Heather Ferguson, LCSW, Doris Brothers, Ph.D. & Judy Teicholz, Ed.D.

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The IAPSP eForum is the online forum of the International Association for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology. Edited by Doris Brothers, Ph.D.

Notes

Masthead
Editor's Introduction

by Doris Brothers

Letter from the President  

by Eldad Iddan

Our Creative IAPSP Community

Op-Ed Articles

"A Plea from the Public Square"  

by Flora Lazar, Ph.D., L.S.W

Our Leadership Dilemma

by Harry Paul, Ph.D. &
George Hagman, L.C.S.W.

Literary Criticism, Psychoanalysis and the New Politics of Otherness

by Flora Lazar, Ph.D., L.S.W

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