Conference Panel Archives

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 III

Join the Conversation- Moments in Child Treatment: Spontaneity and Dialogue
Paul's Tale: A Clinical Tale in 3 Parts

by Jackie Gotthold, Psy.D, Ros Kindler & Sandy Hershberg

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.

Conference Panel Summaries: 2015 Conference

Keynote Address:
A Phenomenological-Contextual, Existential, and Ethical Perspective on Emotional Trauma

by Robert D. Stolorow

Panel III

Sexuality Within the Clinical Relationship: "Why Can't We Be Lovers?"

by Barbara Pizer & Lucyann Carlton

Panel IV

Making Ourselves Up - Stories in the Clinical Situation

by Joye Weisel-Barth, Daniel Goldin & Terry Marks-Tarlow

Panel V

MINDBRAINBODY in Psychoanalytic Theory and Practice: A New Understanding

by Judith Rustin & Judith Pickles

Panel VI

The Personal, Historical Nature of Psychoanalytic Interdisciplinary Activity

by Peter Maduro

Commensurability and Incommensurability of Paradigms Among Theories and Persons

by William J. Coburn

Fifteen Minutes for Self Psychology: Concluding the 2015 International Conference

by Donna M. Orange

Conference Panel Summaries: 2014 Conference

Welcome Address

by IAPSP President, Shelley Doctors

Self Psychology and Weakened Populations
Post-Workshop Reflections of Pure and Applied Psychoanalysis: The Lod Case

by Ra'anan Kulka

PLENARY I, Part 1: Home, Longing, and Spirit upon the Face of the Abyss

by Shlomit Haber Mosheiov and Eldad Iddan

PLENARY I, Part 2: A Conversation with David Grossman about Home

by David Grossman & Annette Richards

PLENARY III: Home is Where We ... Begin, Develop, and Belong. Home is ...

by Rachel Kella

PLENARY IV: The Impact of Culture, Immigration and Language on the Sense of Belonging

by Doris Brothers, Carla Leone & Tessa Philips

Conference Panel Summaries: 2013 Conference

Keynote Address: Progress in Self Psychology and its Impact on Contemporary Clinical Practice

by Anna & Paul Ornstein


by Richard Geist, Bruce Herzog & Judith Guss Teicholz


by Scott Davis, Frank Lachmann & Arietta Slade


by Joseph Lichtenberg, Jackie Gotthold & Christine Keiffer


by Steven Stern, Donna Orange & David Wallin

Conference Panel Summaries: 2012 Conference

PANEL 2: Intersubjectivity, Complexity, and Specificity: Re-viewing Self Autonomy and Context Embeddedness in Clinical Practice

by Penelope S. Starr-Karlin, PsyD. & Howard A Bacal

PANEL 3: Facilitating Changes in the Sense of Self

by Annette Richard, M.Ps., James L. Fosshage, Ph.D. & Sandra G. Hershberg, M.D.

PANEL 4: Our Philosophers Consider: What is Meant by Self?

by Robert D. Stolorow, PhD, George E. Atwood, PhD, Roger Frie, Ph.D. Psy.D. R.Psych., Donna M. Orange, PhD & John Riker, PhD

Conference Panel Summaries: 2011 Conference

Blues and Emotional Trauma; A Musical Tribute to Kohut's Observations on the Psychological Functions of Music

by Anne Paris

Plenary 1: Psychoanalysis and Motivational Systems: A New Look

by Annette Richard

Plenary 2: Psychoanalysis and Combat Trauma: The Analysis of a War-Torn Soldier

by Russell Carr

Discussion of Dr. Russell Carr's Presentation on Plenary 2: "Psychoanalysis and Combat Trauma: The Analysis of a War-Torn Soldier"

by Doris Brothers

Plenary 3: In Treatment from Alternative Perspectives

by Jane Lewis

Panel on Philosophical Considerations in Psychoanalysis

Psychoanalysis, Culture, and the Legacy of Individualism: Thinking and Practicing Socioculturally

by Roger Frie

Five Points of Interplay Between Intersubjective-Systems Theory and Heidegger's Existential Philosophy, and the Clinical Attitudes They Foster

by Peter N. Maduro

Conference Panel Summaries: 2010 Conference

PANEL 1 From Israel: Self Psychology: A Transient Paradigm or an Infinite Potentiality?

by Annette Richard

PANEL 2 From Turkey: An Adolescent Journey: Filling the Void with Sound

by Serin Oget, MSW

PANEL 3 From Southern Europe: Empathy, Vulnerability, and Shame: Understanding the Therapeutic Process Today

by Paolo Stramba-Badiale


Conference Panel Summaries: 2009 Conference

Keynote Presentation: Honoring the Work of Marian Tolpin: Psychoanalysis on the Edge

by Ginny Rachmani

PANEL 1: Neuroscientific Advances in Understanding Empathy

by Todd F. Walker

PANEL 2: The Forward Edge of Theory: Self Psychology and Relational Responses to a Clinical Case

by Carol Mayhew

PANEL 3: Social Issues and Cultural Diversity: The Expanded Realm of Self Psychology

by Annette Richard

Kohut Memorial Lecture
What Do We Inherit? Comments on the Intergenerational Transmission of Trauma, Values and Ideals

by K. Medford Moreland


Conference Panel Summaries: 2008 Conference

PANEL 1: Reconsidering the Self System as It Resides in the Dyadic, Triadic, Ancestral, and Cultural Systems

by Nancy Goldman

PANEL 2: Adult Case: Balancing Enriching the Sense of Self and the Intersubjective Realm

by Amy Eldridge

PANEL 3: Child Case: Balancing Enriching the Sense of Self and the Intersubjective Realm

by Carol Mayhew

PANEL 4: Achieving Individuality through Creativity and Leadership: Biographical Studies of Selected Subjects

by Sandra Hershberg

Kohut Memorial Lecture
One Analyst's Journey

by Nancy VanDerHeide



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