CAPSA: The Inter-Regional Speakers Fund
Please click on the link for a CAPSA 2013 Application Form - Application Form 2013.doc
Please click on the link for the CAPSA 2013 Resource Document - CAPSA Resource Document 2013.doc
CAPSA has funded over one hundred exchanges of psychoanalytical ideas across the world.
Cláudio Laks Eizirik from Porto Alegre was CAPSA-funded to travel to Belgrade, Serbia
“Cláudio supervised presentations by Candidates and led a supervisory group of Members. He also presented two papers before speaking at an Outreach event targeting allied professions, celebrating 100 years of the IPA at the Cinematheque Museum. The event was very well attended, and the Cinematheque packed. There were more than 200 participants, mostly psychotherapists of various orientations, and students.”
Tamara Stajner Popovic, Belgrade Psychoanalytic Society
Catherine Chabert from France visited the Córdoba Psychoanalytic Association, Argentina
“Her visit to our Association was a marvellous opportunity to share ideas and exchange analytic experiences.
Activities included a lecture at a university to students of psychology and psychiatry and small-group activities with Members and Candidates. We were very pleased with the outcome of her visit and the generosity she had sharing her practice and knowledge.”
Emilio Roca, President, Córdoba Psychoanalytic Association
|| Ron Britton and Michael Feldman from the UK gave seminars in Fortaleza and Recife, Brazil
“In Fortaleza nearly 400 participants (not only IPA Members but other psychoanalysts, psychotherapists and psychology students) were attracted by a three-day seminar ‘Seven Clinical Cases’.
All clinical cases – each of two hours length – were read in Portuguese with the presentation of material in PowerPoint so that participants could follow in detail the history and clinical sessions in each case. In parallel, there was simultaneous interpretation (also funded by CAPSA) of all the material, which very much helped to achieve a flowing and lively interchange between participants and guests.”
(Michael Feldman (far right) and Ron Britton, second from right, in Fortaleza)
Paulo Marchon, Recife Psychoanalytic Society