Classes/Workshops for the Advanced Fellows
These are the readings for 2022-2023
9/27/22 -- Fairbairn
Peter Lawner, Ph.D. (Clinician Associate, PINE) and Mark F. Poster, M.D. (Member, PINE)
Fairbairn, W.R. (1952). The Repression and the Return of Bad Objects (with special reference to the War Neuroses). In: Classic Books, 7:59-81.
______ (1952). Steps in the Development of an Object-Relations Theory of the Personality. In: Classic Books, 7:152-161.
10/11/22 -- Loewald
Julia Matthews, M.D. (Faculty, BPSI)
Loewald, H. (1962). (1962a). Internalization, Separation, Mourning, and the Superego. Psychoanal. Quart., 31:483-504.
Chodorow, N. (2007). Reflections on Loewald's "Internalization, Separation, Mourning, and the Superego." Psychoanal. Quart., 76:1135-1151.
Leavy, S.A. ((1989). Time and World in the Thought of Hans W. Loewald. Psychoanal. Study of Child, 44:231-240. Optional
10/25/22 -- Existential Perspectives
Peter Lawner, Ph.D. (Clinician Associate, PINE))
Lawner, P. (1985). The "Outcome" of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy: Conformity, Peculiarity, and "Common Unhappiness." J Amer. Academy of Psychoanal. and Dynamic Psychiatry, 13:35-49.
______ (1981). Reflections on the "Unknown" in Psychotherapy. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice. 18(3):306-312.
______ (2001). Spiritual Implications of Psychodynamic Therapy: Immaterial Psyche, Ideality, and the "Area of Faith." Psychoanal. Review, 88(4):525-548.
11/8/22 -- Andre Green
Malcolm Beaudett, M.D. (Faculty, PINE)
Levine, H.B. and Reed, G. (Eds.) (2018).Andre Green Revisited: Representation and the Work of the Negative. Routledge Press.
11/29/22 & 12/6/22 -- Case Consultations
Lucinda Di Domenico, M.D. (Faculty, BPSI) & Rafael Ornstein, M.D. (Faculty, BPSI)
Pine, F. (1988). The Four Psychologies of Psychoanalysis and their Place in Clinical Work. J Amer. Psychoanal. Asss., 36:571-596.
Halpern, J. and Ornstein, S. (2017). Self-Experience with Intersubjectivity: Two clinicians' use of self-psychology. In: Introduction to Contemporary Psychoanalysis: Defining Terms and Building Bridges. M. Chambers (ed.), pp. 165-190.
1/10/23 -- Ogden
Stephen Kerzner, M.D. (Faculty, BPSI)
Ogden, T.H. (1979). On Projective Identification. Int. J. Psychoanal.,61:513-533.
1/24/23, 2/7/23, 2/21/23, 3/7/23, &3/21/23 -- Women in Psychoanalysis
Laura Halvorsen, Psy.D. (Adjunct Faculty, PINE; Graduate PINE Fellowship Program), Mary McDonald, LICSW (Adjunct Faculty, PINE and MIP; Graduate, PINE Fellowship Program), & Vince Pignatiello, Ph.D. (Adjunct Faculty, PINE; Graduate PINE Fellowship Program)
Balsam, R. (2012). Women's Bodies in Psychoanalysis, Forward, Introduction, chapts. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
4/4/23 -- Bromberg
Mark Steinberg, Ph.D. (Clinician Associate, PINE)
Bromberg, P.M. (1996). Standing in the Spaces: The Multiplicity of Self and the Psychoanalytic Relationship. Contemp. Psychoanal., 32:509-535.
4/18/23 -- Donnel Stern
Bliss Rand, M.D. (Member, PINE)
Stern, D. (2009). Partners in Thought: A Clinical Process Theory of Narrative. The Psychoanal. Quarterly, 78:701-731.
______ (2013). Relational Freedom and Therapeutic Action. JAPA, 61:227-255.
______ (2022). On Coming into Possession of Oneself and the Formulation of Experience. The Psychoanal. Quarterly, 91(4):639-667.
5/2/23 & 5/16/23 -- Case Consultations
Laurie Raymond, M.D. (Member, PINE) and E. Catherine Loula, M.D. (Faculty, BPSI)