Along with Dreams and the Oedipal Complex, Freud’s conception of psychosexuality and its developmental stages stands as one of the central pillars of psychoanalytic theory and practice. Freud’s insights into the passions of childhood and infantile desire remain as startling and important now as they were in 1905.
Managing loss is a complicated and intense process and one that brings people — directly or indirectly — into treatment. What if what has been lost cannot be seen, cannot be found? This course will explore this world: the inability to mourn one’s own internal objects. These tenacious internal losses include those who are ambivalent about separating; odes to the dead mother (and the dead father); those who are the receptacles for other's unprocessed loss; and those who try to protect themselves from managing pain by cutting themselves off from any real, alive feeling within.
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From Charcot's and Janet's ideas of hysteria as a degenerative and dissociative disorder, to Breuer and Freud's focus on repression and the discovery of the "talking cure," this class will look at and critique some of the ways early historical ideas continue to shape our current clinical thinking.
Who was it that said theory is for when we can't think? It gives us a set of conceptual tools and references for when we face the unknown. Our graduate training has been focused on learning theory and putting it into practice, and yet there is a notable unknown that looms as we face the transition from student to professional. Most of us need tools and reference to navigate that space. Please join a group of panelists of early career professionals, as we discuss licensure, setting up a private practice, finding a job or a postdoctoral position, and more.