This panel will explore how music comprises the forms of collective living in which the body finds its place in psychical life. The presentations will describe the ways that the vitality of the psychoanalytic clinical process depends at all times on this background quality of shared music, and how many of the contemporary maladies we encounter in our work reflect the sensory and emotional isolation of those who remain dissociated from this musical weave of human being. The presenters will use selections of music, draw upon clinical theory, and provide a link to philosophy, neuroscience, and cultural history to frame a discussion of the musical dimension of our psyche-soma-social world.
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JAPA is a peer-reviewed journal publishing original articles and commentaries, ground-breaking research, thoughtful plenary addresses, in-depth panel reports, and more.
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APsA’s triannual magazine, TAP, offers a psychoanalytic perspective on current events in psychology, the arts, and culture for mental health professionals, students, and the general public.
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The Psychotherapist Newsletter features scientific programs and publications about psychoanalytic psychotherapy, personal reflections, social and community issues, and advocacy.