2020-2021 Speaker Programs
October 17, 2020 - John Auerbach, PhD
9:30am - "God said to Abraham, 'Kill Me a son': A psychoanalytic reflection on the Binding of Isaac."
1:30pm - "Ethnicity, race, and identity: An historical and intersubjectivist approach."
November 7, 2020 - Decolonize Your Mind - Anti-racist Literature
Panel: Lycia Alexander Guerra, MD; Linda Berkowitz, LMHC; Aisha Abbasi, MD; Carolyn Smith, LMHC
January 9, 2021 - Bruce Reis, PhD
8:15am - "Monsters, dreams and madness: Explorations in the Freudian Intersubjective"
9:30am - "Zombie States: Reconsidering the relationship between life and death instincts"
1:30pm - "Duende and the shape of things unknown"
February 6, 2021 - Sheila Cavanagh, PhD
8:15am - "Transpsychoanalytics: Gender, Sexuality and Transgender Studies in the Clinic"
9:30am - "Tiresias, Oedipus and Antigone: the Oedipal trilogy revisited"
March 6, 2021 - Naomi Snider
8:15am - "Q&A - Reflections on the social in psychoanalysis in a time of socio-political upheaval"
9:30am - "'Why didn't she walk away?' Toward a psychoanalytic understanding of why patriarchy persists"
1:30pm - "Knowing this then what? A house divided: can our psychoanalytic tools be used to dismantle the master’s house?"
(To register, please contact Alan Alonso: firstname.lastname@example.org)
April 10, 2021 - Mari Ruti, PhD
8:15am - “When the Cure Is that There Is No Cure.”
9:30am - “Melancholia, Mourning, and Creativity”
1:30pm - “Mourning and Melancholia in Everyday Life”
May 15, 2021 - Psychoanalytic Ideas in Film: the Freud Film Festival
Panel: Doris Ryan PhD, Lycia Alexander-Guerra MD, Linda Berkowitz LMHC, John Auerbach PhD, Rodrick Colbert
9:30am - “Psychoanalytic Ideas in Film: the Freud Film Festival"
To Register for this event, please contact Alan Alonso at PresidentTBPS2020@gmail.com