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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 prize, will be presented to Dr. Auerhahn at the Congress of the International Psychoanalytic Association to be held in London from July 24-27, 2019. 

The paper, which explores defenses used by Nazi perpetrators, describes walled-off, dissociated states that allowed atrocities to be committed outside normal thought process by persons who had no particular character pathology.  The study used Dr. Auerhahn’s own clinical material plus years of material accumulated by Dr. Dori Laub with whom she has worked for several decades, beginning while a doctoral student at Yale University.  Dr. Laub died in June 2018, after which Dr. Auerhahn completed the paper.  In their work with children of both perpetrators and survivors, both analysts were able to help their analysands integrate evidence of screened off atrocities into their narrative when they were recognized and interpreted.

An earlier version of this paper was presented by Drs. Laub and Auerhahn at a meeting of the American Psychoanalytic Association in New York on February 14, 2018.

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Paper on Transition by Marge Zerba, Ph.D.

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Join members in a panel discussion of Captain Marvel

https://www.cityclub.org/forums/2019/03/14/higher-further-faster-woman-leading-superhero-films-and-the-world

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Timeless Advice for Parents of Young Children – Book Review

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Book Signing w/Austin Ratner

presented by Appletree Books & the Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center

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New Books – Winter 2018

book cover Revolution in Mind

 

 

 

Revolution in mind: the creation of psychoanalysis by George Makari. BF173.M35652 2008

The Neurobehavioral and Social-Emotional Development of Infants and Children (Norton Series on Interpersonal Neurobiology)The neurobehavioral and social-emotional development of infants and children by Edward Tronick. RJ486.5.T76 2007

 

Books From Donations

The origins of attachment: infant research and adult treatment by Beatrice Beebe. RJ507.A77 B433 2014

Learning disabilities and psychic conflict: a psychoanalytic casebook by Arden Rothstein. RJ506.L4 R65 1999 (Denia Barrett is co-author)

Imagination and medicine: the future of healing in an age of neuroscience. by Stephen Aizenstat BF161.A59 2009

Freud’s Megalomania by Israel Rosenfield. PS3568.O8176 F73 2000

Psychotherapy for better or worse: the problem of negative effects by Hans H. Strupp. RC480.5.S77

Mentalization-based treatment for personality disorders: a practical guide by Anthony Bateman. RC554.B385 2016

Handbook of mentalizing in mental health practice by Anthony Bateman. RC480.5.H2766 2012

Mentalization: theoretical considerations, research findings, and clinical implications by Fredric Busch. RC506.M46 2008

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