SAVE THE DATE: OCTOBER 13 AND 14, 2012 The Analyst’s Receptivity: Exploring Intersections and Divergences in Contemporary Freudian, Kleinian/Bionian and Field Theory

SAVE THE DATE: OCTOBER 13 AND 14, 2012

IPTAR CONFERENCE TO HONOR NORBERT FREEDMAN AND IRVING STEINGART

The Analyst’s Receptivity: Exploring Intersections and Divergences in Contemporary Freudian, Kleinian/Bionian and Field Theory

Participants Giuseppe Civitarese, Larry Brown, Lissa Weinstein and Steven Ellman.

This Conference is in honor of Norbert Freedman and Irivng
Steingart—Beloved Analysts, Contributors and Friends

The conference will be in 3 parts—Saturday morning each person will give their conceptual overview of clinical process with emphasis on the analyst’s receptivity. The theoretical perspectives with include Bionian, Kleinian, Field Theory and Contemporary Freudian concepts. Each presented will attempt to integrate Bionian, Kleinian and concepts derived from theories that feature field theory

2-In the afternoon each presenter will give clinical examples of the concepts they introduced in the morning session

3-Sunday Morning –A recent graduate will present a case and each presenter will comment on the case

This is an early announcement for what promises to be an event of considerable interest. Space is limited, hence, we suggest that you register early. To register, send a check for $95. ($35. for students and candidates), payable to “IPTAR”, Send to IPTAR, 140 West 97th Street, New York, New York 10025 and specify October Conference 2012 on the check. After September 15st (fees: 115. and $50. for students). The meeting will be held at the IPTAR center, 140 West 97th Street, New York City.

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