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What is Psychoanalysis and Who Are Psychoanalysts?

The Accreditation Council for Psychoanalytic Education Inc. (ACPE, Inc.) defines psychoanalysis in the following way: Psychoanalysis is a specific form of individual psychotherapy that aims to bring unconscious mental elements and processes into awareness in order to expand an individual’s self-understanding, enhance adaptation in multiple spheres of functioning, alleviate symptoms of mental disorder, and facilitate […]

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Research To Support Psychotherapy

  We would like to call your attention to an article that was published in the New York Times on July 17, 2015. “Psychiatry’s Identity Crisis” calls for more research into the efficacy of psychotherapy as a treatment for common psychiatric disorders like depression and anxiety disorders. The author, psychiatrist Richard A. Friedman, points out […]

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Summer Reading

   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 […]

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CPC Board Announces New Course

Ingrid Geerken, Ph.D. will begin teaching a very exciting and innovative course, Psychoanalytic Imagination, open to all mental health professionals, including  new candidates, early admission, and psychoanalytic psychotherapy students.  The course starts on Tuesday, September 9, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.  Class size is limited.  Please contact the Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center for an […]

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Seminar on Psychotic States

The Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center and the Hanna Perkins Center invite you to join Kenna Mycek, HPC candidate, HPC Child Psychoanalytic Training Program, and Anna Janicki, Training and Supervising Psychoanalyst, CPC, to study psychotic states. The work of psychotherapists who are familiar with psychoanalytic thinking offers the public a broad perspective and a clear understanding of […]

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Events in May at the Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center

Analytic Flicks returns on Sunday, May 4th at 7:30 PM.  Ingrid Geerken, Ph.D. will lead a discussion of “Railway Man,” directed by Jonathan Teplitzky. Plot: Based on his best-selling memoir, the film tells the extraordinary and epic true story of Eric Lomax, a British Army officer who is tormented as a prisoner of war at a […]

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Beth Ash, Ph.D. Wins CPC Essay Contest

The Essay Contest Committee of the Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center has announced that the winner of the prize for 2013 is Beth Ash, Ph.D. for her essay entitled “A Consulting Room of Their Own: Film Representations of Psychotherapy Between the Female Clinician and Female Patient in the Contexts of Second-Wave Feminism.”  Dr. Ash has examined three […]

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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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November 16th-Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center Presents Jonathan Sadowsky, Ph.D.

  “Beyond the Metaphor of the Pendulum: Electroconvulsive Therapy, Psychoanalysis, and the Styles of American Psychiatry” Jonathan Sadowsky is the Theodore Castele Professor of Medical History and History Department Chair at Case Western Reserve University.  He holds History degrees from Wesleyan, Stanford, and Johns Hopkins, and he studied psychiatric epidemiology at Columbia University.  His book […]

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October Events at the Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center

We would like to draw your attention to four upcoming events in October.  On Wednesday, October 3rd our monthly mini-lecture returns with a presentation by John Ewing, Associate Director, Film, of the Cleveland Museum of Art.  In 1986, John Ewing, co-founder of Cleveland Cinematheque, became the first person hired by the Cleveland Museum of Art […]

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