CPC Blog: Posts tagged with 'books'
Recently the Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center joined the rest of the city in celebrating Superheroes by sponsoring a panel discussion on Superman and his creators. An enthusiastic audience gathered at the Allen Memorial Library to enjoy an evening of discovery and interaction with Brad Ricca, author of “Super Boys,” analysts Scott Dowling, Carl Rak, and Anna […]
Erin O’Brien Development News Editor, Fresh Water Cleveland Presents “Leaving Las Vegas: the Aftermath” Lifelong Clevelander Erin O’Brien will talk about how the tragedy of her brother John’s 1994 suicide and the nuanced aftermath led her to the keyboard. The former Cleveland Scene columnist will also discuss a writing life lived mostly in the trenches […]
Burnham, John. After Freud Left: A Century of Psychoanalysis in America. University of Chicago Press, 2012 Leading historians of psychoanalysis and cultural history interpret the rise and fall of psychoanalysis amid twentieth century American cultural, social, and intellectual movements. Beginning in the introduction with the premise that, ”ideas have consequences,” the essays explore […]
Far from the Tree: Parents, Children, and the Search for Identity, by Andrew Solomon. What are the challenges to parenting a child who is very different from her parents; whose characteristics and identity are shared more horizontally with a peer group instead of vertically with the nuclear family? From thousands of hours of interviews with […]
Listed below are books received in the CPC Library this fall. Most of these were recommended for purchase by our members. We hope you will find something interesting to borrow over the holidays. Sustaining Psychoanalysis: International Symposium, Master Class of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. Seoul: Korean Association of Psychoanalysis, 2011. BF173.K6 S8 2011 This symposium catalog, acquired […]