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The Piggle Reconsidered

  A recent post on PsychologyToday.com entitled “Revisiting Child Psychoanalysis,” asks the question, “Why are young children in therapy without their parents?” The author, Claudia Gold, MD, a child analyst, was prompted to write the article after attending a presentation and panel discussion at the 2018 APsaA convention. This particular program, “The Name of the […]

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Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center at the Cleveland International Film Festival

“About a Girl,”directed by Mark Monheim, is the film we have chosen to sponsor at this year’s Cleveland International Film Festival, which runs from March 18-29  at the Tower City Cinemas. A member of the  Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center will introduce the film at its two showings, Sunday, March 22nd at 6:10 p.m. and Monday, March 23rd at 4:30 p.m. Participation in the Film […]

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Blog Discussion: Enactments and Related Phenomena, Concepts of Judith Chused

  The purpose of this blog is to encourage participation in discussion of concepts and clinical procedures that will be presented by Judy Chused, M.D. during her visit to Cleveland on April 5-6.  “Talking” about some of her ideas ahead of time can prepare us for more useful discussion of her presented paper on Friday […]

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Elizabeth Daunton, Child Psychoanalyst at Hanna Perkins Center Dies at 94

It is with great sadness that we share the news of Ms. Elizabeth Daunton’s death after a prolonged illness.  She died Oct. 31 at Judson Park at age 94. Following are comments from Barbara Streeter, Education Director at Hanna Perkins Center, in a message to the Cleveland Psychoanalytic Community. “She was prepared to die, and […]

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