Bridging Community and Psychoanalysis

Virtual (Click on event title to advance to website and registration page)

This course will offer an introduction to Community Psychoanalysis, with a focus on the experiences of clinicians working in community settings in the midst of sociocultural changes. The course aims to foster mutual dialogue and learning between community-based clinicians and leaders and members of the psychoanalytic community. CE.

Lost Classics (2): Primitive Agony and Symbolization

Hybrid (In-person: Oregon Psychoanalytic Center 2250 NW Flanders Street, Suite 312, Portland, OR, United States

In the seventh installment of "Lost Classics," we will be taking a close look at Rene Roussillon's "Primitive Agony and Symbolization. " How are archaic experiences present in the adolescent and adult mind? What role does "interpretation" play in making contact with these primitive parts of ourselves? Does symbolization help? How might we think about […]

Here I’m Alive: The Spirit of Music in Psychoanalysis with Adam Blum, PsyD, Peter Goldberg, PhD, & Michael Levin, PsyD

Hybrid (virtual and in-person) +1 more

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 […]