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Extraordinary Knowing: Case Studies of Bipersonal Communication

Date: 15 2021 20:00

 

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All the material presented in this year’s colloquia similarly foreshadows a potential paradigm shift in psychoanalytic theorizing about the nature of consciousness itself.  

 

This evening runs from 8:00-9:30PM/EST

 

ABOUT THIS EVENING'S PRESENTATION

 

More frequently than we may realize, the invisible psychic veil 'separating' analyst and patient is pierced by an uncanny exchange or moment of anomalous transmission.  Such moments often defy sensory involvement, as with telepathic dreams.  De Peyer will present case material illustrating both the clinical dilemmas and transcendent opportunities proffered by such windows into the unconscious.

 

THE SPEAKER

JANINE de PEYER, LCSW, is Faculty and Supervisor at the National Institute for the Psychotherapies and at the Stephen Mitchell Relational Study Center, where she serves on the Executive Committee and is Co-Chair of the DEI Committee.  Janine is Associate Editor with Psychoanalytic Dialogues, and has published on transference/countertransference, eroticism, dissociation, and the role of the Uncanny in the clinical exchange.  Her publications include Uncanny Communication and the Porous Mind (2016); Traversing the Ineffable: Commentary on Sharon Farber’s 'Becoming a Telepathic Tuning Fork' (2017); Portals Through Liminal Space: Commentary on Shapiro and Marks-Tarlow’s 'Varieties of Clinical Intuition' (2021); Skating On Thin Ice: Clinical Dilemmas with the Uncanny (2021); and Unspoken Rhapsody: Female Erotic Countertransference and the Dissociation of Desire (in press). Janine grew up in London, has presented internationally, and conducts online clinical workshops.  She is in private practice in Manhattan where she integrates EMDR and creative visualization within a relational psychoanalytic framework.

 

OUR DISCUSSANT

ROBERT LANGAN, PhD, is a Supervising and Training Psychoanalyst on the Faculty, and a Fellow emeritus, of the William Alanson White Institute.  He is in private practice in New York City.  He has written and lectured widely on the nature of analytic change, and the relationships between Buddhism and psychoanalysis.

 

THE 2021-22 COLLOQUIA PLANNING COMMITTEE 

Rande Brown, LCSW, President, WAW Psychoanalytic Society & Colloquia Co-Chair, 

Robert Langan, PhD, Co-Chair,  Seth Aronson, PsyD, Lori Bohm, PhD,

 Suzanne Little, PhD, Ruth Livingston, PhD 

 

CE Credits are Offered

 

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