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Against Racism

The current racist atrocities in the U.S. and the worldwide demonstrations of rage, whether expressed peacefully or violently, have heightened our awareness of our complacency about the impact of centuries of violence visited upon Black lives.  We recognize that racism is deeply entrenched in American history, reinforced by current systems and policies, and experienced by […]

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Development During a Crisis by Deborah Paris, LISW

There are a myriad ways of filtering the current universal experience, some of which address the commonality of the experience, others addressing the individual and idiosyncratic aspects to the experience. This pandemic affects everyone, though particular circumstances externally very widely, just as the particular personalities and histories vary widely. We are looking for connection through […]

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Yale Child Study Family Resources and suggestions for coping with coronavirus.

https://covid.yale.edu/resources/cscrecs/ Here is a long list for children and families.

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Leonard Shengold 12/5/1925 – 1/16/2020

Dr. Shengold, an esteemed psychoanalyst who in two books vividly described the terrifying impact of long term abuse and neglect of children as “soul murder” died on January 16, 2020 at his home in Stone Ridge, NY. He was 94.

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Members in the News

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Comics and the Clinic: Comics and Mental Health in Practice

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The Fallacy in Evidence Based Treatment / Psychology Today

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-heart-addiction/201907/the-fallacy-in-evidence-based-treatment An article from Psychology Today suggested by Dr. Anna Janicki.

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Maureen Hack Lecture, April 4, 2019 “Rainbow and Down Under”

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Dr. Auerhahn Wins Hayman Award for IPA Congress

Dr. Nanette Auerhahn had been notified that she has won the 2019 award by the Committee for the Elise M. Hayman Award for a paper that she co-authored with Dori Laub, M.D.  The paper is titled “Probing the Minds of Nazi Perpetrators: The Use of Defensive Screens in Two Generations”.  The award, carrying a $4000 […]

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Paper on Transition by Marge Zerba, Ph.D.

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