Below and attached find announcement for a very special psychoanalytic film and discussion program, sponsored in part by Section 1, Division of Psychoanalysis, APA, and TIMH. as well as members of the IPA and other organizations who are donating their time.
It is free of charge for analytic candidates, new members of Section I, and Fellowship students at TIMH..
It includes full brunch and a day in the Country at the home of Dr. Albert J. Brok in Bedford, NY..(Westchester) See below for full info.
Great way to spend some fun, educative and fruitful time in a pleasant atmosphere with some creative minds. and also have time to be outdoors in a country atmosphere.
Date: July 15, 2012 11:30 Am – 4:00 PM
Summer Seminar in Westchester
Section 1, Division 39 (psychoanalysis), APA
And The Advanced Study group
On the clinical relevance of relationship styles
Present A Brunch Film Program on:
Identification, the Unique Self and the issue
of Authenticity in Art and Life:.
A challenge to relationships?,
Discussion and film Screening of
Starring Juliet Binoche
Award for Best Actress: Cannes Film Festival, 2010
A film by Abbas Kiarostami
Sunday, July 15, 2012
11:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.
Albert J. Brok, PhD Overview.
K. William Fried, PhD Discussant
Jane Kupersmidt, PhD Discussant
Franco Masciandaro, PhD Discussant
Location: home of Albert Brok: 73 Hickory Pass, Bedford, N.Y. 10506
50 minutes from NYC, Access from Long Island, Upper Westchester, NJ and Ct. Directions sent upon receipt of registration.
For information: Call 212 580 3086 or email DrAJBrok@gmail.com
Enjoy a summer day in the country, a good Brunch, and an open clinical discussion.
Registration fee (See next page) is $20 ( no charge for analytic candidates/new Section I members – 2012 , Current Fellowship Candidates , TiMH). Fee is to help defray expenses of a full brunch. But you must register, with or without contribution so we can have accurate attendance count.
This program is in part supported by individual contributions, in addition to some small support from Section I , Division 39, APA and the Advanced Study Group on Relationship Styles at TIMH by Dr. Brok. The aim is to provide current thought on relevant topics of our time from a clinical perspective encompassing the broad scope of psychoanalysis. The host and discussants are donating their time.
Registration: Send form below with contribution check for $20 (includes full Brunch) to: Albert Brok, PhD
11 Riverside Drive 8N-E,
New York, NY 10023
Or simply indicate via email that you are coming and will make contribution at the door.
Please print and send to Drajbrok@gmail.com or return by regular mail.
Amount Paid/Check # ___________ (or pledged)_________
Professional Degree _____________
Albert Brok, PhD
President, Section 1, Div. 39, APA
Director: Group and Couple Therapy training, TIMH
Executive Committee, Div. of Psychoanalysis, NYSPA, 2008-2011
Board Member: Grupo CineAnalises , Argentine Psychoanalytic Assoc. Bs. Aires.
Guest Lecturer, Argentine Psychoanalytic Association
Lecturer, Kazakhstan Psychoanalytic Assoc Almaty Kazakhstan
International Committee, Section VIII, Div 39 , APA,
Faculty, Derner Institute, Adelphi Univ. and Postgraduate Center.
Private Practice, Manhattan and Bedford, NY..\
Member/Presenter : AIPFC, Paris,
Board, Div. 39 (Psychoanalysis). APA, 2000 – 2011
Board, Sect. 8, (Couple and Family Therapy) Div. 39, APA 2009 – 2011
K. William Fried, PhD,
Fellow: International Psychoanalytic Association
Member and Faculty, IPTAR, NY
Board: Div. 39, (Psychoanalysis), APA
Ex-President: Sect. 1, Div. 39, APA
Former: Associate Director, Psychiatry Residency Training, and Education,
Dept of Psychiatry, Maimonides Medical Center
Private Practice, Manhattan
Clinical Assoc. Prof. Emeritus, New York State Health Sciences Center
Clinical Assoc. Prof. Emeritus, New York College of Osteopathic Medicine
Clinical Assoc. Prof. Emeritus. St. Georges Univ. School of Medicine, Granada, WI
Jane Kupersmidt, PhD ,
Fellow, International Psychoanalytic Association
Member and Faculty, NPAP, NY,
Member, Contemporary Freudian Society, NY
Editorial Board, The Psychoanalytic Review
Former Editor, The Round Robin
Board, Section 1, Div 39, APA
Private Practice, Manhattan
Franco Masciandaro, PhD
Professor of Literature, U. of Connecticut
Teaching fellow and PhD Harvard University
Associate, Dante Alighieri Society of America, 1988-1993. Evaluation of manuscripts for the Univ. of Pennsylvania Press, Italian Culture, Italian Quarterly, Forum Italicum, and Modern Language Quarterly.
Getting there is half the fun: Transportation:
From Grand Central Station, Take Metro North to Mt Kisco and taxi at station to 73 Hickory Pass, Bedford, NY. 10506
By car: easy directions from, NY, Connecticut and Long Island E-mail Dr. Brok for Directions.
phone 212 580 3086
List of future programs will be available in September, 2012