STUDENT PAPER PRESENTATION
fort da and the Pre-Licensed Committee are hosting an evening to celebrate Daniel G. Butler's paper, "Falling through the Cracks: Precarity, Precocity, and Other Neoliberal Pressures," which was awarded fort da's 2014 Student Paper Award. Daniel will present his paper, followed by a discussion of the paper with stephen Hartman.
Participants will be able to:
- Describe aspects of the neoliberal psyche.
- Describe neoliberalism's effects on training and clinical work.
- Describe the value of thinking
Daniel G. Butler, MFTi, is a second-year intern at Access Institute. Before graduating from Santa Clara University’s School of Counseling Psychology, he concentrated in continental philosophy and cultural studies at Sarah Lawrence College. Forthcoming publications include a book chapter on the first American-born psychoanalyst, Trigant Burrow, and a chapter on Ferenczi’s radical reconceptualization of the child in psychoanalytic theory.
Stephen Hartman, Ph.D., is faculty at PINC, an associate editor of Psychoanalytic Dialogues, and contributing editor for Studies in Gender and Sexuality. Dr. Hartman has written on how social, political, and psychic life shape one another and
recently wrote on traditional psychoanalytic constructs in cyberspace. He is in private practice in San Francisco.
No refunds will be allowed for this event.