Child and Adolescent Psychoanalysis Committee (COCAP) Members

This Committee is asked:

1. To execute its role in accordance with the Minimum Standards for Training in Child and Adolescent Psychoanalysis as outlined in the IPA Procedural Code entry on this topic (July 2000), notably to receive and review applications for recognition of child and adolescent training programmes from IPA Constituent Organisations (47 so recognized by May 2005), to make recommendations to the Board where the Committee supports such recognition, and to advise and support Constituent Organisations in any issues to do with child and adolescent psychoanalytic training and education.

2. To keep the Procedural Code entry mentioned above under review and to make proposals for any necessary changes to the Executive Committee from time to time.

3. To ascertain which Constituent Organisations do not yet have recognized child and adolescent training programmes.

4. To organize small scientific meetings (regional, interregional) to develop and to strengthen interest in this specific field of psychoanalysis.

5. To establish appropriate interchange with the new Committee on Scientific Activities and Analytic Practice (CAPSA).

6. To consider and propose the creation of an IPA award related to child and adolescent psychoanalysis.

7. Specifically in relation to the Board decision of July 2005, the Committee is asked:

a. To review the COCAP report submitted to the IPA Board in July 2005.

b. To evaluate the 4 pilot Child/Adolescent training programs developed by APsaA Institutes.

c. To try to ascertain whether similar Child/Adolescent training programs are being developed in other Societies or IPA regions, and to make similar studies of such programs.

d. To prepare a report with recommendations to the IPA Working Group on Membership Requirements not later than by 15 April 2006.

Approved by the Board by e.mail September 2005

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Mrs. Kerry Kelly NovickChair11/25/2013United StatesThe Contemporary Freudian Society105892
Dr. Gérard LucasCo-Chair12/30/2013FranceParis Psychoanalytical Society105001
Prof. Dr. med. Mali A. MannCo-Chair11/25/2013United StatesAmerican Psychoanalytic Association109954
Dr. José Ricardo SahovalerCo-Chair11/25/2013ArgentinaArgentine Psychoanalytic Association107074
Dr. med., Dipl. Psych. Christine Anzieu-PremmereurMember8/1/2009United StatesAmerican Psychoanalytic Association141064
Dr. Lee I. AschermanMember11/25/2013United StatesAmerican Psychoanalytic Association140302
Dr.ssa. Marta BadoniMember11/25/2013ItalyItalian Psychoanalytical Society100403
Prof. Dr. med. Dieter BürginMember7/31/2005SwitzerlandSwiss Society of Psychoanalysis101196
Lic. Sara M. FloresMember7/31/2005PeruPeru Psychoanalytic Society102575
Ps. Nilde Jacob Parada FranchMember11/25/2013BrazilBrazilian Psychoanalytic Society of São Paulo106111
Mme Dr. Christine Frisch-DesmarezMember8/1/2009LuxembourgBelgian Psychoanalytical Society140589
Mme Florence Marie GuignardMember11/25/2013SwitzerlandParis Psychoanalytical Society100608
Dr. Paul C. HolingerMember7/31/2005United StatesAmerican Psychoanalytic Association109549
Dr. José Luis Islas EstradaMember8/1/2009MexicoMexican Psychoanalytic Association103855
Ms. Angela JoyceMember8/1/2009United KingdomBritish Psychoanalytical Society109169
Dr. Psych. Emanuela QuagliataMember8/4/2014ItalyItalian Psychoanalytical Society109692
Diane RobichaudMember8/1/2009CanadaCanadian Psychoanalytic Society106754
Silvana Starowlansky-KaufmanIPSO Representative1/28/2014United StatesInstitutes of the American Psychoanalytic Association157854
Dra. Felisa Lambersky de WidderMember1/28/2014ArgentinaArgentine Psychoanalytic Association108677
Majlis Winberg SalomonssonMember7/31/2005SwedenSwedish Psychoanalytical Association108725