miércoles, 30 de marzo de 2011

ACCESO AL PROGRAMA ABREVIADO Congreso Internacional Anual de la IARPP, Madrid 29 de Junio al 2 de Julio


Abridged Program
MADRID June 29 – July, 2 2011
E‐mail: iarpp@psicoterapiarelacional.es Web page: www.iarpp2011.com Site: NH Eurobuilding
CHANGING PSYCHOANALYSIS FOR A CHANGING SOCIETY: RELATIONAL PERSPECTIVES
Declared of Public Health Interest by Spanish Ministry of Health, Social Policy and Equality
Conference co‐Chairs: Alejandro Ávila & Ramón Riera
International Conference Committee:
Susanna Federici (Chair), Spyros Orfanos, Hazel Ipp, Gianni Nebbiosi,
Andrew Samuels, Rina Lazar, Chana Ullmann, Gabriella Mann
Organizing Committee:
Rosa Velasco, Rosario Castaño, Carlos Rodríguez‐Sutil, Rosa Domínguez, Raúl Naranjo, Mario Nervi, Sandra Toribio,
Jorge Gómez, Juan‐José Martínez‐Ibáñez, Carlos Rodríguez‐Sutil, Concepció Garriga, Caroline Flaster, Ariel Liberman,
Susana Espinosa, Patricia Fernández, María Hernández, Fernando Silva, Alejandra Plaza.
Conference Manager & Secretariat: Meet &Forum ‐ Camila Lejarraga , Belén Bañegil.
PROGRAM
Plenary Sessions (Hall Madrid):
 Opening: Spanish Culture as a Crossing Point for Psychoanalysis (Wednesday June 29, 18:00)
Chair: Spyros Orfanos (USA)
Presenters: Carlos Rodriguez Sutil (Spain): Velázquez, Picasso, and the Origins of the Contemporary Subject
Azucena Keatley (U.K. & Spain): Goya, Spain and the end of an era .
Alejandro Ávila (Spain): Traditional and Relationship´ Healing Powers in Pedro Almodovar´s Films
Amor Oscuro: The Poetry of Federico García Lorca: Lina Orfanos, voice and Dimitris Maramis, piano
 Clinical Advancements in Relational Psychoanalysis for a changing society. A case discussion
(Thursday June 30 09:00)
Chair: Rosa Velasco (Spain)
Case Presenter: Ramón Riera; Discussants: Hazel Ipp & Jodie M. Davies
 Inter‐disciplinary Approaches Enriching Relational Psychoanalysis (Thursday June 30 16:45)
Chair/ Interlocutor: Horst Kächele (Germany)
Presenters:
Daniel Hill (New York, USA): Implications of Affect Regulation:”Socks“,“Say what?”,and “In your face”.
Vittorio Lingiardi (Italy): The couch in analysis: perspectives from clinical practice and neurosciences
Malcolm Owen Slavin (USA): Grieving for a Lost Garden: Psychoanalysis, Evolutionary Biology and the origins
of our Need for Art and Music
 Relational Clinical and Community Practices in the Public Health Service. Evidence and social demands
(Friday July 1 09:00)
Chair: Alejandro Ávila (Spain)
Presenters:
Neil Altmann (USA): Taking psychoanalysis out of the office: using psychoanalytic concepts and technical principles
in community‐based work
Jorge Tizón (Spain): The Relational approach in Primary Health Care and Early Attention of Psychosis
Golan Shahar (Israel): The Embedded Agent: A Theme Bridging (Relational) Psychoanalysis, Community Mental
Health, and Research Evidence.
Carmine Schettini (Italy): How listening to and taking care of severe patients in the public services can change
through the model of relational psychoanalysis.
 Final Round Table: Changing Psychoanalysis for a Changing Society (Saturday July 2, 12:45)
Spyros Orfanos (USA), Alejandro Ávila (Spain), Ramón Riera (Spain), Susanna Federici (Italy), Margaret J. Black (USA)
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MADRID June 29 – July, 2 2011
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Invited panels:
I Stephen Mitchell´s Award Panel Hall MADRID Thursday 30
11.45
Chair: Margaret Black (USA)
Presenter: TBE
Discussant: TBD
II
Every Culture Creates the Psychoanalysis it Needs: Culture and the
transformation of psychoanalysis (II)
Hall MADRID Friday 1
11.45
Chairs: Jeremy Safran & Rachel Peltz (USA)
Presenters : Joan Coderch (Spain); Roberto Arendar (Argentine); Fernando Silva (Portugal);
Alejandra Plaza (Mexico); Vittorio Lingiardi (Milano, Italy); Rolf Holmqvist (Sweden)
III Embodied Communication as the Core of Change Process Hall MADRID Friday 1
15.30
Chair: Ramón Riera (Spain)
Presenters: Steven Knoblauch (USA), Gianni Nebbiosi (Italy), Renato Barauna (Brazil)
IV Renovating Psychoanalysis: Clinical meets theoretical Hall MADRID Saturday 2
09.00
Chair: Muriel Dimen (USA)
Presenters: Orna Guralnik, Glenys Lobban, Olga Pugachevsky, Eyal Rozmarin,
Avgi Saketopoulou, and Maura Sheehy
V Gender theory for the 21st century: nonlinear, undone, queered,
relational
Hall MADRID Saturday 2
11.00
Chair/Discussant: Concepció Garriga (Spain)
Presenters: Adrienne Harris (USA), Virginia Goldner (USA), Ken Corbett (USA),
Harriet Bjerrum Nielsen (Norway)
Panel / Paper sessions
A1 Working with the Implicit Hall
ROMA 1
Thursday 30
11.45
Chair: Margaret Crastnopol (USA)
Case presenter: Laura Molet (Spain)
Discussants: Rosa Velasco (Spain) & Nicola Ciccone (Italy)
A2 Homes Lost and Found Hall
ROMA 2
Thursday 30
11.45
Chair/ Discussant: Jean Wolff Bernstein (USA)
Presenters: Julia Beltsiou (USA); Sivanie Shiran (USA)
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A3 Training and Supervision in Psychoanalysis: A relational perspective Hall
BERLIN
Thursday 30
11.45
Chair: Jaquelina Nanclares (Argentine)
Presenters: Jon Sletvold (Norway); Frederico Pereira (Portugal); Neri Daurella (Spain)
A4 Constructing relational capacities: From children to adults Hall
LONDRES
Thursday 30
11.45
Chair/Discussants: Caroline Flaster (Spain) & Neil Altman (USA)
Presenters: María Eugenia Boetsch Salas (Chile); Esther Bamberger & Ruth Feldman (Israel); Holly
Levenkron (USA)
A5 Relational processes, group and culture interventions Hall
PARIS
Thursday 30
11.45
Chair/Discussant: José Guimón (Spain)
Presenters: Lucia Lezama Dundara (USA); Katarina Kompan Erzar (Slovenia); Margy Sperry (USA)
A6 Expanding the Frame (I): Consider Children's Play and Artists' Ways of
Symbolizing Implicit Experience
Hall
BRUSELAS
Thursday 30
11.45
Chair: José Manuel Pinto (Spain)
Presenters: Marjorie Bosk; Jacqueline Gotthold (USA)
Discussant: Laurel M. Silber
A7 The Language of Eros in the Analytic Space: Ongoing Dialogic
Possibilities
Hall
BERLIN
Thursday 30
11.45
Chair: Muriel Dimen
Presenters: Velleda Ceccoli (USA); Marina Amore (USA); Larry Zelnick (USA)
A8 Expanding the Frame (II): on the participants role Hall
LISBOA
Thursday 30
11.45
Chair: Sharon Ziv Beiman (Israel)
Presenters: Frank García‐Castrillon (Spain); Steven Cooper (USA); Susana Martínez (USA).
A9 Trauma and religious belief Hall
NIZA
Thursday 30
11.45
Chair: Judy Pickles (USA)
Presenters: Ingrid Pedroni (Italy); Mitchel Becker (Israel); Lisa Cataldo (USA).
B1 Treatment enclaves and treatment outcome: A clinical mystery Hall
ROMA 1
Friday 1
11.45
Chair: Chana Ullman (Israel)
Presenter (USA): Joyce Slochower (USA)
Discussants: Adrienne Harris (USA) & Ariel Liberman (Spain)
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MADRID June 29 – July, 2 2011
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B2 Agression and Sexuality in Contemporary Contexts Hall
ROMA 2
Friday 1
11.45
Chair: Orna Kislasi (Israel)
Presenters: Andrew Samuels (U.K.); Rosario Castaño (Spain); Ginna Clark (USA).
B3 How Shall I Live? The Quest for Depth and Meaning in a Technological
World
Hall
LISBOA
Friday 1
11.45
Chair: TBD
Presenters: Franz Summers (USA); Peter Shabad (USA).
B4 Relational Psychoanalysis Confronted to Contemporary Societies Hall
BRUSELAS
Friday 1
11.45
Chair: TBD
Presenters:
Doris Brothers (USA); GRITA (Augusto Abello et al.) (Spain); David Wald (Israel).
B5 What Does Relational Psychoanalysis Have To Say To Work With
Difficult To Reach Patients? OR It’s Hard To Treat a Patient When There
Is Only One Self in the Room!
Hall
LONDRES
Friday 1
11.45
Chair: Talia Appelbaum Peled (Israel)
Presenters: JADE P. MCGLEUGHLIN (USA); Steven H. Cooper (USA).
Discussant: Malcolm O. Slavin (USA)
B6 Philosophical and Clinical Perspectives on Liberation: B. Brandchaft,
Relational Pioneer
Hall
PARIS
Friday 1
11.45
Chair: Hugo Bleichmar (Spain)
Presenters: Donna Orange (USA); Shelley Doctors (USA).
Discussant: Michael Reison (USA)
B7 Engagement and Relatedness Hall
VIENA
Friday 1
11.45
Chair: Sacha Cuppa (Spain)
Presenters: Stephen Schlein (USA); Ilene Philipson (USA); Maurizio Pinato (Italy).
B8 Anxiety, Trauma and Peace Hall
BERLIN
Friday 1
11.45
Chair: TBD
Presenters: Juan José Martinez Ibáñez (Spain); Joye Weisel‐Barth (CA, USA); Steven Stern (USA).
B9 Culture Differences and the process of integration Hall
GLASGOW
Friday 1
11.45
Chair: Tessa Philips (Australia)
Presenters: Ruth Litjmaer (USA); Sally Swartz (South‐Africa); Patricia Fernández (USA).
B10 Relational Psychoanalysis and social influences Hall
NIZA
Friday 1
11.45
Chair: Raúl Naranjo (Spain)
Presenters: Judy Roth (USA); Elizabeth A. Corpt (USA); Amira Simha‐Alpern (USA).
Abridged Program
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C1 Confusion Hall
ROMA 1
Friday 1
15.30
Chair: Emilce D. Bleichmar (Spain)
Presenters: Ken Corbett (USA); Eyal Rozmarin (USA).
Discussant: Jessica Benjamin
C2 Women on the Couch: Genital Stimulation and the Birth of
Psychoanalysis
Hall
ROMA 2
Friday 1
15.30
Chair: Susanna Federici (Italy)
Presenter: Karen Starr & Lewis Aron (USA)
Discussants: Ann D´Ercole & Susanna Federici
C3 On deep and primitive Hall
BERLIN
Friday 1
15.30
Chair/Discussant: Barry Magid (USA).
Presenters: Rachel Peltz (USA); Maria de Lourdes Mattei (UK).
C4 The Frustration and Fostering of Desire in a Changing World Hall
LONDRES
Friday 1
15.30
Chair: Shlomo Beinart (Israel)
Presenters: Julia E. Davies (USA); Margaret Crastnopol (USA)
Discussant: Sandra Buechler (USA)
C5 Ghosts in the 21st Century Hall
LISBOA
Friday 1
15.30
Chair/Discussant: Adrienne Harris (USA)
Presenters: Atlas‐Koch, Galit & Fox, Arthur (USA); Ferguson, Heather & Kalb, Margery (USA); Michael
Feldman and Susan Klebanoff (USA)
C6 From Research to Relational Practice Hall
PARIS
Friday 1
15.30
Chair: Leif Havnesköld (Sweden)
Presenters: Francesc Vieta (Spain); Sarah Calvert (New Zealand); Jessica Boyat (USA).
C7 Non symbolic processes in Relational Psychoanalysis Hall
BRUSELAS
Friday 1
15.30
Chair: Carlos Rodriguez Sutil (Spain)
Presenters: Rina Lazar (Israel); Karl Loszak (Canada); Tomas Wange (Sweden).
C8 On Shipwrecks and mourning Hall
BERLIN
Friday 1
15.30
Chair: Birgitta Elmquist (Sweden)
Presenters: Roberto Arendar (Argentine); Diana Margarita Kahn (Italy); Stephanie Bot (Canada).
C9 Women through conflict Hall
GLASGOW
Friday 1
15.30
Chair: Barbra Z. Locker (USA)
Presenters: Bonnie Zindel (USA); Judy Gold (USA).
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D1 The Changing Face of Erotic Countertransference: From Boundary
Violation to Therapeutic Action
Hall
ROMA 1
Saturday 2
09.00
Chair: Manuel Aburto (Spain)
Presenters: Galit Atlas‐Koch (USA); Steven Kuchuck (USA); Steven Knoblauch (USA).
D2 On Eros, Love and Couple Hall
ROMA 2
Saturday 2
09.00
Chair: Yavuz Erten (Turkey)
Presenters: Darlene B. Ehrenberg (USA); Paolo Stramba‐Badiale (Italy); Pere Llovet (Spain).
D3 Preventative Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy: A Clinical Consideration of
Systems of Pathological Accommodation
Hall
BERLIN
Saturday 2
09.00
Chair: Mª Dolores J. Díaz‐Benjumea (Spain)
Presenters: Jacqueline Gotthold (USA); Dorienne Sorter (USA).
Discussant: Amy Joelson (USA)
D4 Relational perspectives on Clinical Writing… Through training and
beyond
Hall
LISBOA
Saturday 2
09.00
Chair/ Discussant: Joyce Slochower
Presenters: Barbara A. Baer (USA); Jane B. Burka (USA); Jeanne Wolff Bernstein (USA).
D5 Expanding the Frame (III): Technical models Hall
LONDRES
Saturday 2
09.00
Chair: Alejandra Plaza Espinosa (Mexico)
Presenters: George Lianos (Australia); Luis Raimundo Guerra Cid (Spain); Antonio Pires (Portugal).
D6 Creativity Unbound: Relational Perspectives on Finding One´s Creative
Voice
Hall
PARIS
Saturday 2
09.00
Chair: Juanita Andrea Amaya Charras (Argentine)
Presenters: Lauren Levine (USA); Mark Gerald (USA).
Discussant: Fred Stern (USA)
D7 Cyberworld, Instant Culture and Relational Psychotherapy Hall
BRUSELAS
Saturday 2
09.00
Chair: Fernando Urizar (Spain)
Presenters: Ruth Sharabany (USA), Etziona Israeli (Israel) & Zehorit Asulin‐Simhon (Israel); Aaron Balick
(U.K.); Don Greif (USA).
D8 Traumatized Bodies: Mirror, Witness, and Creative Transformations Hall
VIENA
Saturday 2
09.00
Chair: Cristina Bonucci (Italy)
Presenters: Cleonie White (USA); Alexandra Giniger (USA); Evelyn Rappoport (USA).
D9 Motherhood, Infertility, and Society in the Changing Analytic Dyad Hall
GLASGOW
Saturday 2
09.00
Chair: Judi Kobrick (Canada)
Presenters: Kathy Bacon‐Greenberg (USA); Bárbara Freedgood (USA); Patricia Tidwell (USA).
Abridged Program
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E1 Improvisation in 21st Century Psychoanalysis ROMA 2 Saturday 2
11.00
Chair: Phillip Ringstrom (USA)
Presenters: Phillip Ringstrom, Anthony Bass, Darlene Ehrenberg (USA)
Fellow authors: Hazel Ipp (Canada), Stephen Knoblauch, Steven Stern (USA)
E2 Freeing an un‐free mind: The birth of a psychoanalytic community in
former soviet states
Hall
ROMA 1
Saturday 2
11.00
Chair: Donna Orange (USA)
Presenters: Gabriella Mann, Gila Offer (Israel)
E3 A Missing Link for Academic Research: Integrating Relational
Psychoanalytic Theory and Methods to Psycho‐Social Research
Hall
BERLIN
Saturday 2
11.00
Chair: Montserrat Ventura (Spain)
Presenters: Katie Gentile (USA); Katharina Rothe (USA); Sarah Hill (USA).
E4 A comparative psychoanalytic view of traumatic loss, death and
mourning
Hall
LONDRES
Saturday 2
11.00
Chair: Susana Espinosa (Spain)
Presenters: David Doolittle (USA); Debora Dowd (USA).
Discussant: Malcolm O. Slavin (USA)
E5 Implicit/Explicit and Body/language relationships Hall
PARIS
Saturday 2
11.00
Chair: Jordi Roig (Spain)
Presenters: Valeria Pulcini (Italy); Starr Kelton‐Locke (USA); Guler Fisek (Turkey).
E6 Analyst Presence and Absence Hall
BRUSELAS
Saturday 2
11.00
Chair: Tamar Barnea (Israel)
Presenters: Linda Jacobs (USA); Carlamarina Rodriguez Pereira (Spain); Kasiani Feleki (Greece).
E7 Communication in Relational Psychoanalysis Hall
VIENA
Saturday 2
11.00
Chair: Boaz Shalgi (Israel)
Presenters: Maria Tammone (Italy); John Sloane (Canada); Janine de Peyer (USA).
E8 Wisdom from the past ‐ new paths for the Future: Recovering
philosophical, theological and historical narratives
Hall
LISBOA
Saturday 2
11.00
Chair: Maite Jordán (Spain)
Presenters: James Alistair Ross (U.K.); Marie Hoffman (USA); B. William Brennan (USA)
E9 Transgenerational processes Hall
GLASGOW
Saturday 2
11.00
Chair: Fernando Silva (Portugal)
Presenters: Tami Dror‐Schieber (Israel); Laurel Silber (USA); Gerhard Payrhuber (Austria).
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Special Sessions:
Interactive poster session: (Multilingual.)
(Hall MADRID area; Thursday June 30, 15:15‐16:45;
2dn turn: Friday July 1, 17:45‐18:45)
Focusing on a variety of themes, including experiences
in clinical and community settings
Meet the authors! New Relational Books!
(Friday July 1, 17:45‐19:00)
In English / In Spanish / In Italian
Parallel sessions
Social events: Welcome cocktail, Candidate´s reception,
Gala Dinner & Live Music Performance, and others.
Pre‐conference workshops
(Wednesday June 29, 9.00‐13.00 / 15‐17.45)
 Research Methodology for Relational Psychoanalysis (Horst
Kächele) (Hall BERLIN)
 Affect Regulation: A Clinical Synthesis (Daniel Hill) (Hall
LONDRES)
 The Analytic Relationship and the Dialogue of
Unconsciousess: A Clinical Workshop (Anthony Bass) (Hall
PARIS)
 Sándor Ferenczi, the “introjective psychoanalyst” and the
role‐reversal dynamics (Franco Borgogno) (Hall BRUSELAS)
CONTINUING EDUCATION & EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
This conference is intended for psychoanalysts, psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, psychiatric nurses,
marriage and family counselors, and clinical professional counselors. The conference is organized to facilitate
maximum opportunity for dialogue between the audience and the presenters, allowing clinicians to engage in an
extensive variety of topics relevant to the field.
ACCREDITATION
The International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis & Psychotherapy (IARPP) is approved by the American
Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. IARPP maintains responsibility for this
program and its content. CE credits will be available to social workers pending approval for conference by NASW.
Continuing Education Credits will be awarded as follows: Preconference workshops= 5 credits; Main Conference
Program (Thursday ‐ Saturday) = 20 credits; Total Conference = 25 credits *Other professionals are welcome to apply
for CE credits, however, they are responsible for checking with their country/state licensing boards if APA credits are
valid.
ACREDITACIÓN
Este congreso ha sido declarado de interés sanitario por el Ministerio de Sanidad, Política Social e Igualdad de España
(Resolución de 24‐3‐2011). Solicitados créditos de Formación Continuada de las Profesiones Sanitarias‐ Sistema
Nacional de Salud (Agencia Laín Entralgo, C.A.M.) (Expdte. 11/ 1561) para los profesionales sanitarios españoles
(Médicos y Psicólogos Clínicos) que asistan a la conferencia completa.