|February - May
NEW FAMILIES: what psychoanalysis has to say about them. THIS DEBATE IS NOW CLOSED.
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Dear Contributors and Participants in the New Families Debate,
I would like to thank Mali Mann, Janine Puget and Anna
Nicolo for contributing their papers, reading the posts of
continuing a discussion about the way we are thinking about families
today. I would also like to thank
everyone who braved contributing
their thoughts to the first online debate on this website. You all have
set up a
thoughtful and intellectually stimulating tone that will help
establish this site as a safe place to exchange ideas.
I also would
like to acknowledge the frustration experienced by all due to the
numerous technical difficulties
that occurred as a result of the overall
redesign of the IPA.org site.
|15 June- 30 September
THE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY OF THE ANALYST: CLICK HERE TO JOIN DEBATE
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I am pleased to announce the launch of the second debate, “the Social Responsibility of the Analyst”.
Mirta Goldstein (Argentina) will be chairing the debate. The invited contributing analysts are
Clara Nemas (Argentina), Rachael Peltz (USA) and Mario Perini (Italy). Psychoanalysts live in and are
affected by the environment around us. The analyst and the patient are impacted equally, although
perhaps differently, offering challenges to the analyst. Echoing Mirta Goldstein, Debate Chair, it
presents the analyst with predicaments. Each of contributing analysts present stimulating and thought
generating responses to the question of the analyst’s social responsibility. All IPA members, candidates,
and interested others are welcomed and encouraged to join these 4 analysts in discussing this important
and intriguing topic.
We look forward to your participation in this evocative topic.
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