Neuropsychoanalytic Case Conference Series 2022-23
Clinical case presentations accompanied by neuropsychoanalytic discussion
In this case conference series, the case of a non-neurological patient in psychoanalytic or psychodynamic treatment will be presented, followed by neuropsychoanalytic commentary and open discussion. These sessions provide opportunities to explore how neuropsychoanalytic ideas can inform our clinical work. Each presenter will return in two months to discuss developments with the same patient. This allows us to explore the working-through process, providing more opportunities for building neuropsychoanalytic hypotheses.
The presenters may offer insights about how neuropsychoanalysis influenced the progress of the work, or inspired specific interventions or therapeutic stances. Neuropsychoanalytic discussants will offer some additional ideas that may illuminate the work that has unfolded, or open new avenues of inquiry for future work. Comments from the participants will further enrich the discussion.
Registration is now closed.
Due to the clinical nature of the presentations, these case conference series have two criteria for attendance. Registrants must be 1) members of the International Neuropsychoanalysis Society, and 2) qualified clinicians (e.g., psychoanalysts, psychodynamic and other psychotherapists, neuropsychologists, psychiatrists, neurologists) or students/candidates/trainees currently enrolled in a clinically-oriented university or training program. (For questions about eligibility, please direct inquires to Ross Balchin at email@example.com.)
Neuropsychoanalytic discussants will include Irith Barzel Raveh, Andrea Clarici, Daniela Flores Mosri, Efraín Rios-Ruiz, and Maggie Zellner.
Third/last Sunday of each month at 11 a.m. Eastern (U.S.).
Registration for each session will close at the start time.
To attend, you must be a Society member and a qualified clinician,
or a student enrolled in a clinical discipline.
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Sessions will be held in English, and will not be recorded.
No CPDs are offered for these sessions.