NY State Psychological Association Division of Psychoanalysis – Annual Fall Conference

New York State Psychological Association Division of Psychoanalysis
Annual Fall Conference

MAN UP – The Male Body and Masculinity in Transition

Sunday, October 21, 2012

12:30 to 4:30 PM
Kimmel Center at New York University
Eisner and Lubin Ballroom


This conference will explore the changing images and concepts of the male body and masculinity in the 21st Century. Three speakers from a wide range of philosophical, theoretical, and clinical perspectives will explore the transformations of men’s bodies and psyches over the ages and how these shifts in imagery affect how men think, feel, and behave. In addition, clinical material will be presented to spark discussion among psychologists, analytic candidates, graduate/doctoral students, and lay persons interested in the development and use of cultural icons in psychoanalytic practice; and about the meaning, use, and impact of symbolic representation of masculinity on men (and women).


Roberto Olivardia, PhD, Harvard University
Todd W. Reeser, PhD, University of Pittsburgh
Eyal Rozmarin, PhD, New York University
With Case Presentation by: Ernesto Mujica, PhD

Conference Fees (includes a buffet lunch prior to the presentation & a coffee break)

  • Psychoanalytic Division Members and NYU Postdoctoral Community and NYU Faculty $60.00
  • Other NYSPA Members ($20 may go toward membership) $80.00
  • Non-NYSPA/Non-Sponsoring Group Members $95.00
  • Psychoanalytic Institute Candidates $45.00
  • Early Career Psychologists (psychologists with
  • Graduate/Undergraduate Students $25.00
  • Late Fee after September 10th $10.00
  • On-Site Additional Fee $10.00


Conference Planning Committee:

Julie Lehane, PhD, President
Herb Gingold, PhD, Committee Chair
Carolyn AlRoy, PhD, Barry Blank, PhD, Sharon Brennan, PhD, Jeanette Sawyer-Cohen, PhD, Ernesto Mujica, PhD


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