This workshop includes reflections on the presenter’s experiences as the first openly lesbian candidate at an institute of the American Psychoanalytic Association. She will share lessons learned from her leadership role at the national and local level before and after the APsA’s 1991 decision to allow for the training of gay and lesbian psychoanalysts. She will then reflect on the current state of psychoanalysis and trans and non-binary genders. She will provide an introduction to trans and non-binary genders and an in-depth case presentation of her work with a transgender adolescent.
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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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Written for and by candidates, the Candidate Connection reports on the business of APsA's Candidates’ Council, its committees, and Institute delegates.