"THE POLITICAL SUBJECT OF ANALYSIS: THE CLINICAL IMPACT
OF ECONOMIC SHOCK"
The current economic crisis strikes at our deepest fears, rippling through our psychic life and impacting our clinical work. How do we address the intersection of social and economic shock with unconscious processes in our patients and in ourselves? How do we think about our patients' reactions to the current economic crisis? How can we facilitate creative psychoanalytic responses in the analytic dyad to social and economic stressors?
Three renowned international presenters with broad experience working at the interface of analytic practice and socio-political forces will help us think together about these challenging questions:
Dr. Julian Braun, Argentine Society of Psychoanalysis
Dr. Lynn Layton, Massachusetts Institute of Psychoanalysis
Dr. Andrew Samuels, Society of Analytical Psychology
Saturday, May 30, 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Berkeley Art Museum
2625 Durant Avenue, Berkeley CA
Register at 415-922-4050 or www.pincsf.org or mail to: 2252 Fillmore St., San Francisco, CA 94115.
CE Credits: 5