viernes, 31 de octubre de 2014

Seminario WEB de IARPP

Webinar 2014: Psicoterapia, Psicoanálisis y Psicoanálisis Relacional Fechas: 1 December 2014 – 15 December 2014 Moderado por CARLOS RODRÍGUEZ SUTIL (co-fundador y presidente del IPR y prolífico autor de publicaciones sobr...e psicoanálisis relacional) y por ANDRÉ SASSENFELD (presidente de IARPP-Chile). El seminario se desarrolla a partir del trabajo de JOAN CODERCH (2012) "Psicoanálisis Relacional de Frecuencia Semanal y Larga Duración (PRSLD). Bases teóricas y clínicas". Con él nos acercamos a cuestiones esenciales de difícil definición que diferencian la teoría y la práctica del psicoanálisis relacional respecto a los enfoques ortodoxos, freudianos u otros, desde un aspecto concreto esencial, como es la frecuencia semanal de sesiones y cómo para valorar esa frecuencia debe considerarse el modo de participación del terapeuta. Para más información: http://iarpp.net/online-hub-page/webinars/webinar-2014-psicoterapia-psicoanalisis-y-psicoanalisis-relacional/ Title: Psychotherapy, Psychoanalysis, and Relational Psychoanalysis Moderators: André Sassenfeld, Carlos Rodríguez Sutil Dates: December 1-15, 2014 Paper: This seminar was developed from the work of Joan Coderch (2012), “Relational Psychoanalysis Weekly and Long Term (PRSLD)”. Theoretical and clinical bases. Relational and Clinical Research, 6 (3), 468-514. About this seminar: This seminar will be developed based on Joan Coderch‘s (2012) work on relational psychoanalysis with one session per week and long duration. We will approach essential, difficult to define topics that differentiate relational psychoanalysis’ theory and practice from orthodox approaches, Freudian or otherwise, from the point of view of the concrete aspect of session frequency and of having to take into consideration the therapist’s modality of participation to evaluate frequency. Relational psychoanalysis with one session per week and long duration does not require greater frequency and does not pretend to induce regression in the patient because in every weekly encounter the psychic schemes and basic styles of the patient (and the therapist) present themselves in complete form. According to Coderch, this modality is effective because it does not have as its goal regression and transference neurosis, but modifying the procedural unconscious, automatisms, through – and we emphasize the expression – “an increase of metallization” (p. 481). Furthermore, his paper suggests that any description and attempt at understanding in psychoanalysis can only be valid if they fulfill a dialectic function, in the deepest sense of “dialogical”, even encompassing the possibility of a wordless dialogue. THIS SEMINAR WILL BE HELD IN SPANISH.