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CLINICAL EDUCATION MEETINGS - Emerging From the Shadows of Narcissism

Date: Mar 13, 2018 10:00 am
March 13

Jenny Kaufmann, Ph.D. and Peter Kaufmann, Ph.D.

Emerging From the Shadows of Narcissism

Peter Kaufmann, PhD is a clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst and is faculty and supervisor at The Institute for the Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity (IPSS) and The National Institute for the Psychotherapies (NIP).  He graduated from psychoanalytic training at IPSS in 1993 and has been focusing on teaching, supervising and mentoring since. Teaching such courses as “Kohut and his Critics”, he has a particular interest in comparative psychoanalysis and in efforts to integrate the clinical approaches and sensibilities .He also has published several papers including “The Guilt of Tragic Man”, “Working with Men Who Please Too Much”, and “On Transforming the Reparative Quest” that reflect his additional interest in the topics of mourning and pathological accommodation.

Jenny Kaufmann, Ph.D. graduated from the Wm. A. White Institute  in 1997, where she is now a Training and Supervising analyst and on the faculty of the Psychoanalytic ( Division 1) program, and the Postdoctoral Program in Psychology. She has also supervised Psychiatric Residents at Beth Israel Hospital in New York, and run groups  for patients and clinicians on suicide. Her focus on the topic, and more generally upon loss and mourning and its impact on the development of the self is reflected in her teaching and her writing.

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