CPC Blog: Posts tagged with 'blog'
The current web-site of the International Journal of Psychoanalysis contains a delightful (for me) interview with Owen Renik, former editor of the Psychoanalytic Quarterly and generally perceived as a controversial firebrand in our field. The interview attempts to elucidate the main ideas Renik proposes in his book “Practical Psychoanalysis” and to get a clear picture […]
Members might be interested in the recent op-ed in the New York Times in which Richard Sloan takes issue with psychosomatics. He links to a large Scandinavian prospective epidemiologic study which showed no connection between cancer cases (both occurrences and survival) and basic measures of personality and neuroticism. Any rebutters?? Murray Goldstone
In his blog, “The Answer Sheet,” Marvin Krislov, the President of Oberlin College, discusses the current phenomenon of “helicopter parents” dropping kids off at college. To read the article, follow this link, Helicopter parents, to Krislov’s blog, Any comments?
In recent years, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, and other social media platforms have become the virtual places where human interaction occurs, with discussions on topics from auto repair to international politics. Psychoanalysts are joining the conversation. One of the more widely known psychoanalyst-bloggers is Dr. Gail Saltz, who discusses health, sex, and relationships, not only […]
Psychoanalysis and its practitioners—psychoanalysts—aren’t usually associated with cutting edge technologies. We were slow even to develop websites that would effectively convey our ideas and activities to our local communities. But among institutes accredited by the American Psychoanalytic Association (APsaA), the Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center is out front as the first adopter of social media. That’s according […]