Please join us at 2pm on October 14 at NPAP for a panel discussion to celebrate the release of Issue 7 of The Candidate Journal, THE CANDIDATE, BARRED, as part of a series of panels on “The Candidate’s Voice” organized by the journal.

Contributors to the issue, as well as other psychoanalytic candidates and early-career clinicians, will discuss some of the themes brought up in Issue 7 relating to questions of psychoanalytic training and institutional psychoanalysis: transference within the institute, matters of pedagogy, the transmission of psychoanalysis, the evaluation of candidates, the role of the state in psychoanalytic training, the training analysis and its place in the birth of an analyst.  Most broadly, we hope to provide an arena for candidates and early-career clinicians to theorize the candidate's position, as well as to articulate something of the problem represented by the speaking candidate.

 

EVENT: The Candidate, or, The Candidate, Barred

Welcoming Remarks

Gav Reisner, PhD, National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis (NPAP)

 Introduction

Olga Poznansky, PhD, NPAP

 Panel Participants

Karen Dougherty, MA, RP, Toronto Institute of Psychoanalysis (TIP)

Justine Duhr, MFA, Manhattan Institute for Psychoanalysis (MIP)

Anna Fishzon, PhD, Institute for Psychoanalytic Training and Research (IPTAR)

Kerry Moore, PhD, Contemporary Freudian Society (CFS)

Sam Semper, PhD, IPTAR

Marcus Silverman, MA, LP, Center for Modern Psychoanalytic Studies (CMPS)

Monroe Street, MA, Washington Square Institute (WSI)

 Emma Lieber, PhD, NPAP, moderator

 

SUGGESTED DONATION to The Candidate Journal: $20

LOCATION: NPAP, 40 W. 13th Street, NYC

DATE AND TIME: Saturday, October 14, 2017, 2-4pm