Board of Representatives Members

Taken from the IPA's Procedural Code document 'Role of the Board of Representatives and link Responsibilities.


This document outlines the role of Board members and the link responsibilities of Representatives in relation to IPA Constituent Organisations.


IPA Rules

The formal role of the Board is defined in the IPA Rules as follows:


Rule 7, Section A(2) reads: "Operating Rules. The Board adopts and modifies IPA Criteria and establishes rules, procedures and policies for its, and the IPA?s, operations, all of which must be consistent with these Rules, and any Binding Resolutions adopted by IPA Members."


Part of Rule 7, Section A(8) reads: "Responsibilities of Representatives. Subject to Board-adopted procedures, which shall appear in the Procedural Code, each Representative shall perform duties assigned or delegated by the President or the Board, including reporting to IPA Members and Constituent Organizations in the Representative?s Geographical Area."


Part of Rule 7, Section B(2) reads: "The Board, at its next meeting, shall review Executive Committee minutes and may modify, reject or ratify any Executive Committee action."


General responsibilities


In accordance with Rule 7, Section A(8), the Board has adopted the following general responsibilities for its members:


a) to promote the IPA's mission to assure the continued vigour and development of psychoanalysis in all appropriate ways by formulating and reviewing the mission, policies and strategic objectives of the IPA.

b) to uphold the IPA Rules, Procedural Code and policies of the IPA;

c) to attend Board meetings and the Business Meetings and actively engage on IPA issues between Board meetings by monitoring emails, responding to requests and information from the Executive Committee, and by keeping the Executive Committee informed on any issues which seem appropriate;

d) to act as an ambassador for the IPA in any appropriate psychoanalytic or other occasions (whether related to IPA Constituent Organisations or otherwise), to explain IPA policy and receive views on it;

e) to carry out link responsibilities with Constituent Organisations and Members as defined below.


Link responsibilities


The list of allocated link responsiblities for each current Board member can be found in the Procedural Code document: 'Role of Board Members and Link Responsibilities'.


The Board has adopted the following general responsibilities in relation to links with IPA Constituent Organisations.


a) to form channels of communication principally with the executives, but also through Members where possible, of Constituent Organisations in order to transmit information about the IPA and receive views from them on IPA related issues;

b) to explain IPA policy, to encourage debate on it, such as issues to do with education, and to act as a conduit for ensuring the Board receives comments on these issues, so that the formulation of IPA policy is strongly influenced by the views of its Constituent Organisations;

c) to brief Constituent Organisations prior to Board meetings and receive views, and to inform them of the outcome of Board meetings;

d) to encourage Constituent Organisations to participate in IPA activities and projects, such as the DPPT and CAPSA programmes, and provide information and advice on such matters.

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Dr. Stefano BologniniChair8/1/2013ItalyItalian Psychoanalytical Society100918
Mrs. Alexandra BillinghurstVice President8/1/2013SwedenSwedish Psychoanalytical Association143259
Mrs. Marilia Aisenstein-AveroffMember8/1/2011FranceParis Psychoanalytical Society100093
Dr.ssa. Giovanna AmbrosioMember8/1/2013ItalyItalian Psychoanalytical Association100191
Dr. Altamirando Matos de AndradeMember8/1/2011BrazilBrazilian Psychoanalytic Society of Rio de Janeiro100219
Dra. Ruth Axelrod PraesMember8/1/2013MexicoMexican Psychoanalytic Association139679
Dr. Carlos Ernesto BarredoMember8/1/2013ArgentinaBuenos Aires Psychoanalytic Association100494
Sr. Jorge BruceMember8/1/2013PeruPeru Psychoanalytic Society150403
Dr. Nicolas de CoulonMember8/1/2013SwitzerlandSwiss Society of Psychoanalysis109812
Psic. Beatriz María De León de BernardiMember8/1/2011UruguayUruguayan Psychoanalytical Association101903
Prof. Shmuel ErlichMember8/1/2011IsraelIsrael Psychoanalytic Society102289
Dr. Newell FischerMember8/1/2011United StatesAmerican Psychoanalytic Association102526
Dr. Howard B. LevineMember8/1/2011United StatesAmerican Psychoanalytic Association104780
Dr. Ruggero LevyMember8/1/2011BrazilPorto Alegre Psychoanalytical Society109239
Dr. Maureen Anne MurphyMember8/1/2011United StatesPsychoanalytic Institute of Northern California144999
Dra med. Anna Maria Nicolò CoriglianoMember8/1/2011ItalyItalian Psychoanalytical Society105836
Dr. Jack NovickMember8/1/2013United StatesAmerican Psychoanalytic Association105891
Dr. Mary Kay O'NeilMember8/1/2011CanadaCanadian Psychoanalytic Society105918
Dr. Robert Lindsay PylesMember8/1/2011United StatesAmerican Psychoanalytic Association106484
Arlene Kramer RichardsMember8/1/2013United StatesInstitute for Psychoanalytic Training and Research106690