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psychological theory and therapy established by Sigmund Freud

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Varn Vlog
Daniel Tutt Interrogates Nietzsche

Varn Vlog

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 139:27


Please support our Patreon.  For early and ad-free episodes, members-only content, and more.Daniel Tutt is a philosopher with a focus on Lacanian psychoanalytic theory and Marxist thought. Founder of Study Groups in Psychoanalysis and Politics. He is the author of Psychoanalysis and the Politics of the Family: The Crisis of Initiation with the Palgrave Lacan Series and an Adjunct Professor of philosophy at George Washington University, Marymount University, and elsewhere. He is the host of Jouissance Vampires.Crew:Host: C. Derick VarnAudio Producer: Paul Channel Strip  ( @aufhebenkultur )Branding Design: Djene Bajalan and C. Derick VarnIntro and Outro Music by Bitter Lake.Intro Videos Design: Jason Myles, Dejene Balajan Support the show

Psychoanalysis On and Off the Couch
Teaching Dynamic Therapy through Storytelling with Anne Adelman, Ph.D. (Chevy Chase, MD) and Kerry Malawista, Ph.D. (Potomac, MD)

Psychoanalysis On and Off the Couch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 53:49


“When I first started teaching it was most often done through theory, and teaching these complicated words with hard-to-understand concepts. It never made sense to me, to be honest, as a student myself. So, when I began teaching, I would tell stories whether they were about my own life or about my children as a way to express the idea of whatever the concept was. I found that the students became so engaged and interested, and it made sense to them. I think it also made it less frightening when they heard these diagnoses and different terms that scared them. Whatever the concept was I wanted to normalize it and let everyone know that these are experiences we all have. I think it works well for teaching and it's been fun when I run into a student even 25 years later who says: ‘Oh! I remember that story.” – KM    “Students are overwhelmed with how much they are learning; they want to know what to say - looking for a kind of formula for that. I think the stories help to show how many different kinds of situations one can encounter with the work and what is happening in the course of a day and how spontaneous an intervention might be. When you are talking about learning to play a musical instrument rather than the theory, we are also learning to listen to the music. I think the stories offer a way of learning how to listen in the layers that an analyst does.” – AA    Episode Description: We begin by outlining the challenges we face in teaching an affective process while focusing on conceptual abstractions. It's akin to teaching how to play a musical instrument by studying music theory - both are important, but theory won't teach musicality. Kerry and Anne use storytelling as a vehicle to demonstrate the dynamic process as it lives in our everyday lives. We learn from the lessons in the stories as well as from learning to listen to the melodies. They each read their stories and we consider the presence of manifest and latent meanings in what we hear. We are also alerted to the essential role of the therapist's personal responses to the clinical material and with that the childhood memories that are often evoked. We close with their sharing with us something of their backgrounds that have led them to this work as well their involvement in the New Directions in Writing program.     Our Guests: Anne Adelman, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist and Training Analyst at the Washington Baltimore Center for Psychoanalysis and the Contemporary Freudian Society. She is the co-editor of the JAPA book review section and launched a feature column called 'Why I write'. She is co-chair of the New Directions in Writing program and maintains a private practice in Chevy Chase, Maryland.  Her books include Psychoanalytic Reflections on Parenting Teens and Young Adults: Changing Patterns of Modern Love, Loss, and Longing (2018), The Therapist in Mourning: From Faraway Nearby with Kerry Malawista (2013) and Wearing my Tutu to Analysis and Other Stories, with Kerry Malawista and Catherine Anderson (2011), When the Garden Isn't Eden (2022).    Kerry L. Malawista, Ph.D. is a training and supervising analyst at the Contemporary Freudian Society and a Board Member at the Washington Baltimore Center for Psychoanalysis. She is co-chair of New Directions in Writing and founder of the recent project The Things They Carry – offering virtual writing workshops for healthcare and frontline workers across the country. She is permanent faculty at the Contemporary Freudian Society and teaches widely. Her essays have appeared in newspapers, magazines, and literary journals including The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Baltimore Sun, and The Boston Globe, to name a few. She is the co-author of The Therapist in Mourning: From Faraway Nearby with Kerry Malawista (2013), Wearing my Tutu to Analysis and Other Stories,(2011), When the Garden Isn't Eden (2022), and Who's Behind the Couch (2017,). Her first novel Meet the Moon was released in September 2022. 

RENDERING UNCONSCIOUS PODCAST
RU220: DR JAMES SMITH ON THE POPULAR SHOW, POLITICS & PSYCHOANALYSIS

RENDERING UNCONSCIOUS PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 64:12


Rendering Unconscious episode 220. Dr. James A. Smith is a literary scholar and political commentator. His literary scholarship focuses on mid eighteenth-century literature, especially the work of Samuel Richardson and the reception of Shakespeare. He also writes about the history of literary criticism and critical theory: in particular the approaches of F.R. Leavis, Walter Benjamin, the British New Left, and the psychoanalysis of Jacques Lacan. Dr. Smith is Senior Lecturer in Literature and Theory, Department of English at Royal Holloway, University of London. https://pure.royalholloway.ac.uk/en/persons/james-smith His first book is Samuel Richardson and the Theory of Tragedy (Manchester University Press). Other People's Politics: Populism to Corbynism was published by Zer0 Books in 2019. Work Want Work: Labour and Desire at the End of Capitalism (co-written with Mareile Pfannebecker) appeared with Zed Books in 2020. James A. Smith is co-host of The Popular Show podcast. Follow at Twitter: https://twitter.com/thepopularpod YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/popularitymedia Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thepopularpod You can support the podcast at our Patreon. https://www.patreon.com/vanessa23carl Your support is greatly appreciated! This episode available to view at YouTube: https://youtu.be/GWz937ZbXpg Rendering Unconscious Podcast is hosted by Dr. Vanessa Sinclair, a psychoanalyst who lives in Sweden and works internationally: www.drvanessasinclair.net Follow Dr. Vanessa Sinclair on social media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/rawsin_ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rawsin_/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@drvanessasinclair23 Visit the main website for more information and links to everything: www.renderingunconscious.org The song at the end of the episode is "Lunacy" by Vanessa Sinclair and Carl Abrahamsson from the album of the same name available from Trapart Films / Highbrow Lowlife: https://vanessasinclaircarlabrahamsson.bandcamp.com/album/lunacy-ost Many thanks to Carl Abrahamsson, who created the intro and outro music for Rendering Unconscious podcast. https://www.carlabrahamsson.com Image: The Popular Show podcast

The Skinny Confidential Him & Her Podcast
The Holistic Psychologist Dr. Nicole LePera On Moving Past Trauma, Resolving Conflict, & Repairing Dysfunctional Relationships

The Skinny Confidential Him & Her Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 72:30


#517: On today's episode our guest is The Holistic Psychologist, Dr. Nicole LePera. Dr. Nicole LePera was trained in clinical psychology at Cornell University and The New School for Social Research and also studied at the Philadelphia School of Psychoanalysis. Dr. Nicole joins the show today to discuss how we can move past trauma, how to resolve conflict in relationships, and how we can work to repair dysfuntional relationships.  To connect with Dr. Nicole LePera click HERE To connect with Lauryn Evarts click HERE To connect with Michael Bosstick click HERE Read More on The Skinny Confidential HERE For Detailed Show Notes visit TSCPODCAST.COM To Call the Him & Her Hotline call: 1-833-SKINNYS (754-6697) This episode is brought to you by The Skinny Confidential. Introducing the Canopy x TSC Oil DIffuser. The Canopy X TSC Diffuser is waterless, and mistless making aromatherapy, elevating your space, and diffusing aromas clean and easy. Use code SKINNYVIBES at checkout for 10% off of all Canopy products at www.getcanopy.co This episode is brought to you by Just Thrive Just Thrive products have more clinical research than just about anyone else in the industry. Enter Just Calm–The breakthrough new stress and mood support formula from Just Thrive. Get 15% off at Justthrivehealth.com with code SKINNY. This episode is brought to you by Lexus The Lexus RX is the best-selling luxury crossover of all time and the best-selling luxury vehicle every year since it was first introduced. Never lose your edge with the all-new Lexus RX. Experience Amazing at your Lexus dealer. This episode is brought to you by BFB Hair BFB launched 7 new, dimensional shades earlier this year. Now, more than ever, there's the perfect shade for you. Use code SKINNY15 at checkout for 15% off all hair products at BFBhair.com. This episode is brought to you by Beekeepers Naturals Beekeepers Naturals is female-founded and the products are clean and effective, third-party tested for all pesticides, and the brand is dedicated to sustainable beekeeping and helping save the bees. They are giving our listeners exclusive early access to their Black Friday sale. Get 30% off sitewide at beekeepersnaturals.com/SKINNY or use code SKINNY at checkout. This episode is brought to you by CLEARSTEM CLEARSTEM has made a clean, clinical skincare line that is equally effective against acne AND aging. Go to clearstemskincare.com and use code SKINNY2 at for 20% off your first purchase. Produced by Dear Media

RENDERING UNCONSCIOUS PODCAST
RU219: MODERN PSYCHOANALYST TRACY MORGAN ON NEW BOOKS IN PSYCHOANALYSIS

RENDERING UNCONSCIOUS PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 61:16


Rendering Unconscious episode 219. Tracy Morgan is a psychoanalyst in private practice in NYC and works with individuals, couples and groups. She is the founder, editor and host of the award winning podcast New Books in Psychoanalysis and serves on the faculty of the Center for Modern Psychoanalytic Studies. https://www.cmps.edu https://newbooksnetwork.com/category/science-technology/psychoanalysis/ You can support the podcast at our Patreon. https://www.patreon.com/vanessa23carl Your support is greatly appreciated! Rendering Unconscious Podcast is hosted by Dr. Vanessa Sinclair, a psychoanalyst who lives in Sweden and works internationally: www.drvanessasinclair.net Follow Dr. Vanessa Sinclair on social media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/rawsin_ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rawsin_/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@drvanessasinclair23 Mastodon: https://ravenation.club/@rawsin Visit the main website for more information and links to everything: www.renderingunconscious.org The song at the end of the episode is "Lunacy" by Vanessa Sinclair and Carl Abrahamsson from the album of the same name available from Trapart Films / Highbrow Lowlife: https://vanessasinclaircarlabrahamsson.bandcamp.com/album/lunacy-ost Many thanks to Carl Abrahamsson, who created the intro and outro music for Rendering Unconscious podcast. https://www.carlabrahamsson.com Image: Tracy Morgan

Mind Body Health & Politics
Spreading Compassion and Understanding –Andrew Tatarsky

Mind Body Health & Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 72:42


What does it mean to reduce harm in treatment? For years we have had many methods to treat substance abuse; abstinence programs, as a disease… yet we have more drug overdoses today than ever before. There is a drive to embrace a new way of thinking, and that is in harm reduction. Our guest, Dr. Andrew Tatarsky, has dedicated his life to this epidemic and has developed an Integrative Harm Reduction Psychotherapy treatment for drug and substance abuse. He meets people where they are, listens with compassion, and works to create a relationship with those he treats, so they feel safe and can heal. Dr. Tatarsky walks with his patients on their journey as they figure it out together – and couldn't we all use someone to walk with when we are struggling?“If the treatment isn't more appealing than the symptom or the drug? Why should somebody go to treatment?”Andrew Tatarsky is an internationally recognized leader in the treatment of problematic substance use and other potentially risky behaviors. He has specialized in the field of substance use treatment for 35 years working as a counselor, psychologist, program director, trainer, advocate and author. He has devoted his career to developing a comprehensive psychobiosocial understanding of the broad spectrum of substance use problems and an integrative harm reduction psychotherapy approach to treating this spectrum.Dr. Tatarsky is Founder and Director of the Center for Optimal Living in NYC, a treatment and professional training center based on Integrative Harm Reduction Therapy (IHRP) for the spectrum of substance misuse and other high-risk behaviors. He earned his doctorate in clinical psychology from the City University of New York and is a graduate of New York University's Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis. He is a member of the medical and clinical advisory panels to the Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services of New York State. Dr. Tatarsky is a founding member and twice past-president of the Division on Addiction of New York State Psychological Association.Show notes:* Richard's Introduction to Harm Reduction programs* How harm reduction emerged* The failures of abstinence based disease model treatment* The addiction as a disease model* Is it an impulse control disorder?* The Psychobiosocial interaction in our habits* What place does detoxification have in harm reduction?* Finding motivation to change* The most important variable in psychotherapy is the alliance between the patient and the therapist* Coffee addictions* What is driving harm reduction today?* Can someone succeed with controlled use?* Harm Reduction Therapy is compassionate pragmatismLinks and references:* Psychedelic Wisdom* Psychedelic Medicine* Harm Reduction Psychotherapy – Andrew Tatarsky* G. Alan Marlatt* Coke Enders Alcohol and Drug Program* Games Alcoholics Play – Claude SteinerWant the episode transcript and video? Join our Tribe!Mind Body Health & Politics is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber.https://www.mindbodyhealthpolitics.org/subscribe Get full access to Mind Body Health & Politics at www.mindbodyhealthpolitics.org/subscribe

The Adversity Advantage
Dr. Nicole LePera (The Holistic Psychologist) On How to Transform Negative Thoughts Into Positive Beliefs & Calm Your Nervous System

The Adversity Advantage

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 64:05


Today's guest and returning to the podcast for her second appearance is Dr. Nicole LePera or many of you know her as “The Holistic Psychologist.” Dr. Nicole was trained in clinical psychology at Cornell University, The New School for Social Research, and the Philadelphia School of Psychoanalysis. She's the author of the #1 New York Times Bestselling Book "How To Do The Work" and the podcast host of SelfHealers Soundboard. As a clinical psychologist in private practice, Dr. Nicole often found herself frustrated by the limitations of traditional psychotherapy.  Wanting more for her patients— and for self— she began a journey to develop a united philosophy of mental, physical, and spiritual health that equips people with the tools necessary to heal themselves. Dr. Nicole is the creator of the #SelfHealers movement where people from around the world are joining together in a community to take healing into their own hands. In 2019, she founded SelfHealers Circle, the first virtual self-guided global healing membership. Selfhealers Circle has members in over 60 countries who heal as a collective. Her latest workbook "How To Meet Your Self" will release on December 6th. We chat about how to deepen the connection with yourself and break free from unhealthy patterns so that you can learn how to calm your nervous system, overcome negative thought patterns, make peace with your past and more!    Thanks to this episode's sponsor:   InsideTracker: Created by leading scientists in aging, genetics, and biometrics, InsideTracker analyzes your blood, DNA, and fitness tracking datato identify where you're optimized—and where you're not. You'll get a daily Action Plan with personalized guidance on the right exercise, nutrition, and supplementation for your body. For a limited time, you can get 20% off the entire InsideTracker store at insidetracker.com/doug   What to Listen For:   0:00 Intro 1:50 Signs your nervous system is dysregulated 7:20 How to know what's causing daily stress? 11:09 How to regulate your nervous system 15:54 What to do when healing gets hard 21:00 How to overcome fear 25:27 Common struggles of people in Nicole's Selfhealers community 29:16 How to know if you are being “obsessive” with healing 31:57 Does Nicole ever feel “inauthentic”? 35:08 How to become aware of your choices, habits & behaviors (unhealthy patterns) 39:08 How to overcome negative thinking 43:41 Making peace with your past 47:16 How to know if you are living authentically 51:55 Best practices for journaling 55:12 Signs that you've experienced personal growth   Episode resources:   Connect with Nicole:   Website Instagram Twitter   Pre order Nicole's new book here:   How to Meet Yourself Follow me on Social Media: LinkedIn Instagram Twitter    

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson
Choosing the Roles We Play in Life

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 67:47


If you're the kind of person who listens to mental health podcasts, you're more likely than average to get pulled into an impromptu “helping role” with your family and friends. Sometimes we seek out these roles, but they can also be uncomfortable or one-sided. And sometimes we get stuck playing a role for someone else that we never wanted in the first place.On this episode of Being Well, Forrest and Dr. Rick use this situation as a way in to exploring the various roles we play in life, and the profound impact those often unconscious roles have on us. They talk about relationship models, how we select our roles, how familiar roles can keep us trapped in old patterns, enactments and triangulation, and how we can exit unhealthy systems.Watch the Episode: Prefer watching video? You can watch this episode on YouTube.Key Topics:0:00: Introduction2:50: The hazards of accidentally becoming a friend's therapist6:45: Objectivity, professionalism, and not needing to be liked11:00: The roles we take on and how they shape us16:45: Why we choose certain roles, and being crippled by our strengths21:00: Enactments25:15: Splitting30:10: When someone else pushes you into a role35:10: Triangulation48:10: Deep listening and a lesson from Carl Rogers51:10: Practical tips for drawing boundaries in your roles with others59:40: Recap Sponsors:Wondrium helps you learn anything! Right now, Wondrium is offering our listeners 50% OFF their first three months. Sign up today at wondrium.com/beingwell.Join over a million people using BetterHelp, the world's largest online counseling platform. Visit betterhelp.com/beingwell for 10% off your first month!Want to sleep better? Try the Calm app! Visit calm.com/beingwell for 40% off a premium subscription.MDbio is a plant-based medicine company with natural products that address sleep, anxiety, pain, and immunity. Get your FREE 10-count sample pack by going to mdbiowellness.com and entering the promo code BEINGWELL at checkout!Connect with the show:Subscribe on iTunesFollow Forrest on YouTubeFollow us on InstagramFollow Forrest on InstagramFollow Rick on FacebookFollow Forrest on FacebookVisit Forrest's website

Psychoanalysis On and Off the Couch
Analytic Desire, Listening and Letting Go with Mitchell Wilson, MD (Berkeley)

Psychoanalysis On and Off the Couch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 67:03


"It seemed to me in my training, also in my scholarly pursuits, that desire did not have conceptual status in most analytic clinical theory. Most traditions did not have a way of talking about the analyst's motivations with the exception of the well-worn ideas about the analyst's ‘blind spots'. But in terms of specific motivations, we just didn't have a way to think about them. Yet it seemed to me that over and over again, especially around the thorny problem of clinical impasses and iatrogenic resistances caused by the analyst's activity, that the analyst's intention and desire was directly at play in those impasses. But we have no way to talk about it."     Episode Description: We begin by discussing Mitchell's notion of the analyst's desire. We consider its relation to wishes and healing which leads us to consider analytic listening. He embraces the metaphor of the innkeeper who asks, “What brings you here?” Mitchell shares his thoughts on reverie and projective identification which he feels are overvalued as dependable sources of information on the inner life of a patient. We discuss the usefulness of behavior change preceding insight and Lacan's notion of dual-relation resistance. We close with his chapter on termination and with his sharing poignant aspects of his childhood that open the book in Chapter One.    Our Guest: Mitchell Wilson, MD is a psychoanalyst, psychiatrist, writer, editor and teacher. He is currently the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. Dr. Wilson has published fiction, literary criticism, and papers on the history of American psychiatry and the DSM. He has practiced and taught psychoanalysis in the Bay Area since 1990. His psychoanalytic writings have cohered around a theory of ethics, desire, and the psychoanalytic process. His book, The Analyst's Desire: The Ethical Foundation of Clinical Practice, was published in 2020. He is a Training and Supervising Analyst at the San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis, and a Personal and Supervising Analyst at the Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California. He is in private practice and leads study groups in Berkeley, California.    Recommended Readings:    Benjamin, J. (2004). Beyond Doer and Done to: an Intersubjective View of Third-ness. Psychoanal. Q., 73:5-46.      Chetrit-Vatine, V. (2014). The Ethical Seduction of the Analytic Situation: The Feminine-Maternal Origins of Responsibility for the Other. London: Karnac.      Lacan, J. (1992). The Seminar of Jacques Lacan. Book VII: The Ethics of Psychoanalysis, 1959–1960, ed. J.-A. Miller, trans. D. Porter. New York: Norton.      Lear, J. (2003). The Idea of a Moral Psychology: The Impact of Psychoanalysis on Philosophy in Britain. International Journal of Psychoanalysis 84:1351–1361.    Wilson, M. (2020). The Analyst's Desire: The Ethical Foundation of Clinical Practice. Bloomsbury Academic Press.    JAPA Section: Ethical Implications of the Analyst as Person—December 2016    –– Kite, J.V. The Fundamental Ethical Ambiguity of the Analyst as Person.    –– Morris, H. The Analyst's Offer.    –– Wilson, M. The Ethical Foundation of Analytic Action.    –– Kattlove, S. Acknowledging the ‘Analyst as Person': a Developmental Achievement.    –– Moss, D. Me Here, You There––Now what? Commentary on Kite, Morris, Wilson, and Kattlove. 

Discussions On Psychoanalysis
#36 On Questioning Theories

Discussions On Psychoanalysis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 38:33


Dear Listeners, In this episode, your hosts are discussing the necessity and difficulties to question theories in our daily practice. Thank you for listening. Share with us your comments or questions directly at discussionsonpsychoanalysis@pm.me or on twitter twitter.com/DiscusOnPsycha Facebook www.facebook.com/groups/249668092601494/ SoundCloud @user-296153775 iTunes podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/disc…is/id1454139315 [0:18] Intro [3:26] Is it always bad to not adopt the beliefs of our time? [11:41] How, What & Why [18:19] Can we know the why of everything? [24:13] Are the new developments always better? [29:37] Psychoanalysis as a disruption [31:29] How do we distinguish what to keep and what to change? [36:55] Ending

Den of Rich
Tatyana Reshetnyak | Татьяна Решетняк

Den of Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 179:51


Tatyana Reshetnyak is a happy person and a woman first of all. Transformational Practitioner: Process and Transpersonal Approach, Return of Control Technique, Psychoanalysis, Breathing Techniques, Access Consciousness, Neurographics, Metaphor Maps, etc. Tatyana is master-mind's host, coach of entrepreneurs, host of women's mysteries. Active corporate background - management in the field of transport logistics. Spiritual practitioner for over 12 years. Spiritual mentor and mindfulness coach. FIND TATYANA ON SOCIAL MEDIA Facebook | Instagram ================================ SUPPORT & CONNECT: Support on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/denofrich Twitter: https://twitter.com/denofrich Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/denofrich YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/denofrich Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/den_of_rich/ Hashtag: #denofrich © Copyright 2022 Den of Rich. All rights reserved.

Machinic Unconscious Happy Hour
Anti Oedipus Seminar 9

Machinic Unconscious Happy Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 90:43


Coop and Taylor return to cover Anti Oedipus Chapter 4, Introduction to Schizoanalysis. This episode will cover sections 1. The Social Field, 2. The Molecular Unconscious, and 3. Psychoanalysis and Capitalism. Anti Oedipus Playlist: https://soundcloud.com/podcast-co-coopercherry/sets/anti-oedipus?si=5205bc8ed5f34f5e87aa11428428f368&utm_source=clipboard&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=social_sharing Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/muhh Twitter: @unconscioushh

New Books in Psychoanalysis
Željka Matijasević, "The Borderline Culture: Intensity, Jouissance, and Death" (Lexington, 2021)

New Books in Psychoanalysis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 40:38


Borderline personality disorder is no longer a secret. Many people who are not therapists know what it is and see it as a fitting description for their personal experience. But what does it mean for someone to be “borderline”? Is it something one is or that one has? Perhaps most importantly, where does it come from? The prevailing view in psychological circles has long been that it stems from traumatic experiences and problematic internal psychological patterns. But is it possible that society actually makes certain people “borderline?”  These and other questions are taken up in my interview with Željka Matijašević, author of the new book The Borderline Culture: Intensity, Jouissance, and Death (2021, Rowman & Littlefield). She advances a compelling argument that perhaps our fast-paced, capitalist society bears some responsibility for the creation of borderline states, with its proclivity towards intensity and promotion of insatiable consumption, both features with striking resemblance to borderline states. This interview is for anyone wanting to better understand the borderline phenomenon. Željka Matijašević is full professor of comparative literature at the Department of Comparative Literature, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Zagreb, Croatia. She holds and MPhil and Ph.D. in psychoanalytic studies from the University of Cambridge, UK. Her prior books include Lacan: The Persistence of the Dialectics (2005); Structuring the Unconscious: Freud and Lacan (2006); An Introduction to Psychoanalysis: Oedipus, Hamlet, Jekyll/Hyde (2011); The Century of the Fragile Self: Psychoanalysis, Culture, and Society (2016); and Drama, Drama (2020). She is a member of La Fondation Européenne pour la Psychoanalyse and the Croatian Writers' Society. Eugenio Duarte, Ph.D. is a psychoanalyst and clinical psychologist practicing in Miami. He treats individuals and couples, with specialties in gender and sexuality, eating and body image problems, and relationship issues. He is a graduate and faculty of William Alanson White Institute in Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis, and Psychology in New York City and former chair of their LGBTQ Study Group; and faculty at Florida Psychoanalytic Institute in Miami. He is also a contributing author to the book Introduction to Contemporary Psychoanalysis: Defining Terms and Building Bridges (2018, Routledge) and has published on issues of gender, sexuality, and sexual abuse. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/psychoanalysis

Varn Vlog
Daniel Tutt on Lasch and Psychoanalysis

Varn Vlog

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 127:56


Please support our Patreon.  For early and ad-free episodes, members-only content, and more.Daniel Tutt is a philosopher with a focus on Lacanian psychoanalytic theory and Marxist thought. Founder of Study Groups in Psychoanalysis and Politics. He is the author of Psychoanalysis and the Politics of the Family: The Crisis of Initiation with the Palgrave Lacan Series and an Adjunct Professor of philosophy at George Washington University, Marymount University, and elsewhere. He is the host of Jouissance Vampires.Crew:Host: C. Derick VarnAudio Producer: Paul Channel Strip  ( @aufhebenkultur )Branding Design: Djene Bajalan and C. Derick VarnIntro and Outro Music by Bitter Lake.Intro Videos Design: Jason Myles, Dejene Balajan Support the show

New Books in Anthropology
Željka Matijasević, "The Borderline Culture: Intensity, Jouissance, and Death" (Lexington, 2021)

New Books in Anthropology

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 40:38


Borderline personality disorder is no longer a secret. Many people who are not therapists know what it is and see it as a fitting description for their personal experience. But what does it mean for someone to be “borderline”? Is it something one is or that one has? Perhaps most importantly, where does it come from? The prevailing view in psychological circles has long been that it stems from traumatic experiences and problematic internal psychological patterns. But is it possible that society actually makes certain people “borderline?”  These and other questions are taken up in my interview with Željka Matijašević, author of the new book The Borderline Culture: Intensity, Jouissance, and Death (2021, Rowman & Littlefield). She advances a compelling argument that perhaps our fast-paced, capitalist society bears some responsibility for the creation of borderline states, with its proclivity towards intensity and promotion of insatiable consumption, both features with striking resemblance to borderline states. This interview is for anyone wanting to better understand the borderline phenomenon. Željka Matijašević is full professor of comparative literature at the Department of Comparative Literature, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Zagreb, Croatia. She holds and MPhil and Ph.D. in psychoanalytic studies from the University of Cambridge, UK. Her prior books include Lacan: The Persistence of the Dialectics (2005); Structuring the Unconscious: Freud and Lacan (2006); An Introduction to Psychoanalysis: Oedipus, Hamlet, Jekyll/Hyde (2011); The Century of the Fragile Self: Psychoanalysis, Culture, and Society (2016); and Drama, Drama (2020). She is a member of La Fondation Européenne pour la Psychoanalyse and the Croatian Writers' Society. Eugenio Duarte, Ph.D. is a psychoanalyst and clinical psychologist practicing in Miami. He treats individuals and couples, with specialties in gender and sexuality, eating and body image problems, and relationship issues. He is a graduate and faculty of William Alanson White Institute in Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis, and Psychology in New York City and former chair of their LGBTQ Study Group; and faculty at Florida Psychoanalytic Institute in Miami. He is also a contributing author to the book Introduction to Contemporary Psychoanalysis: Defining Terms and Building Bridges (2018, Routledge) and has published on issues of gender, sexuality, and sexual abuse. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/anthropology

New Books Network
Željka Matijasević, "The Borderline Culture: Intensity, Jouissance, and Death" (Lexington, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 40:38


Borderline personality disorder is no longer a secret. Many people who are not therapists know what it is and see it as a fitting description for their personal experience. But what does it mean for someone to be “borderline”? Is it something one is or that one has? Perhaps most importantly, where does it come from? The prevailing view in psychological circles has long been that it stems from traumatic experiences and problematic internal psychological patterns. But is it possible that society actually makes certain people “borderline?”  These and other questions are taken up in my interview with Željka Matijašević, author of the new book The Borderline Culture: Intensity, Jouissance, and Death (2021, Rowman & Littlefield). She advances a compelling argument that perhaps our fast-paced, capitalist society bears some responsibility for the creation of borderline states, with its proclivity towards intensity and promotion of insatiable consumption, both features with striking resemblance to borderline states. This interview is for anyone wanting to better understand the borderline phenomenon. Željka Matijašević is full professor of comparative literature at the Department of Comparative Literature, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Zagreb, Croatia. She holds and MPhil and Ph.D. in psychoanalytic studies from the University of Cambridge, UK. Her prior books include Lacan: The Persistence of the Dialectics (2005); Structuring the Unconscious: Freud and Lacan (2006); An Introduction to Psychoanalysis: Oedipus, Hamlet, Jekyll/Hyde (2011); The Century of the Fragile Self: Psychoanalysis, Culture, and Society (2016); and Drama, Drama (2020). She is a member of La Fondation Européenne pour la Psychoanalyse and the Croatian Writers' Society. Eugenio Duarte, Ph.D. is a psychoanalyst and clinical psychologist practicing in Miami. He treats individuals and couples, with specialties in gender and sexuality, eating and body image problems, and relationship issues. He is a graduate and faculty of William Alanson White Institute in Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis, and Psychology in New York City and former chair of their LGBTQ Study Group; and faculty at Florida Psychoanalytic Institute in Miami. He is also a contributing author to the book Introduction to Contemporary Psychoanalysis: Defining Terms and Building Bridges (2018, Routledge) and has published on issues of gender, sexuality, and sexual abuse. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Talks On Psychoanalysis
James Joyce and the Internal World of the Replacement Child - Mary Adams.

Talks On Psychoanalysis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 21:10


In this episode, Mary Adams delve into issues related to the trauma of being a replacement child. She illustrates this with the example of James Joyce, as "he seemed to overcome the debilitating effects of this early trauma and survivor guilt by using his writing".  Mary Adams is a psychoanalyst with the British Psychoanalytic Association, having completed her training in 1996.  She was a training analyst with the Association of Child Psychotherapists, has a particular interest in the work of Donald Meltzer and has written several papers using his ideas.  She is a past editor of the Journal of the British Association of Psychotherapy. Her book on James Joyce as a replacement child was published by Routledge in 2022. Link to the paper https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-hL8XbcupQQXAwbwh4ow4hQkBwccIyTo/edit?usp=share_link&ouid=112457875385152358388&rtpof=true&sd=true       Further reading on the Replacement Child: Anisfeld, L., & Richards, A. D. (2000). The replacement child: Variations on a theme in history and psychoanalysis. Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 55: 301–318. Capps, D. (2012).  The Replacement Child: Solomonic Justice and the Sublimation of Sibling Envy   American Imago, 69(3): 385-400 Pollock, G. H. (1972). Bertha Pappenheim's Pathological Mourning: Possible Effects of Childhood Sibling Loss. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 20:476-493 Pollock, G. H. (1978). On Siblings, Childhood Sibling Loss, and Creativity. Annual of Psychoanalysis 6:443-481 Reid, M. (1992). ‘Joshua — Life after death. The replacement child', Journal of Child Psychotherapy, Vol. 18, 2.  Pp. 109-138.  Sabbadini, A. (1988).  The Replacement Child.  Contemporary Psychoanalysis. 24: 528-547. Schellinski , K. (2019). Individuation for Adult Replacement Children: Ways of Coming into Being. Routledge Schwab, G. (2009). Replacement children: The transgenerational transmission of traumatic loss. American Imago 66 (3), 277-310. Silver, D. (1983). The Dark Lady: Sibling loss and mourning in the Shakespearean sonnets. Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 3: (3): 513–527. Storey, D. (2021).  A Stinging Delight.  David Story:  A Memoir.  Faber & Faber. Whitebook, J. (2017).  Freud.  An Intellectual Biography. Cambridge UP Wilson, E. (1988). Stendhal as a Replacement Child: The Theme of the Dead Child in Stendhal's Writings. Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 8:108-133     This Podcast Series, published by the International Psychoanalytical Association, is part of the activities of the IPA Communication Committee and is produced by the IPA Podcast Editorial Team. Head of the Podcast Editorial Team is Gaetano Pellegrini. Editing and Post-Production: Massimiliano Guerrieri.

New Books in Critical Theory
Željka Matijasević, "The Borderline Culture: Intensity, Jouissance, and Death" (Lexington, 2021)

New Books in Critical Theory

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 40:38


Borderline personality disorder is no longer a secret. Many people who are not therapists know what it is and see it as a fitting description for their personal experience. But what does it mean for someone to be “borderline”? Is it something one is or that one has? Perhaps most importantly, where does it come from? The prevailing view in psychological circles has long been that it stems from traumatic experiences and problematic internal psychological patterns. But is it possible that society actually makes certain people “borderline?”  These and other questions are taken up in my interview with Željka Matijašević, author of the new book The Borderline Culture: Intensity, Jouissance, and Death (2021, Rowman & Littlefield). She advances a compelling argument that perhaps our fast-paced, capitalist society bears some responsibility for the creation of borderline states, with its proclivity towards intensity and promotion of insatiable consumption, both features with striking resemblance to borderline states. This interview is for anyone wanting to better understand the borderline phenomenon. Željka Matijašević is full professor of comparative literature at the Department of Comparative Literature, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Zagreb, Croatia. She holds and MPhil and Ph.D. in psychoanalytic studies from the University of Cambridge, UK. Her prior books include Lacan: The Persistence of the Dialectics (2005); Structuring the Unconscious: Freud and Lacan (2006); An Introduction to Psychoanalysis: Oedipus, Hamlet, Jekyll/Hyde (2011); The Century of the Fragile Self: Psychoanalysis, Culture, and Society (2016); and Drama, Drama (2020). She is a member of La Fondation Européenne pour la Psychoanalyse and the Croatian Writers' Society. Eugenio Duarte, Ph.D. is a psychoanalyst and clinical psychologist practicing in Miami. He treats individuals and couples, with specialties in gender and sexuality, eating and body image problems, and relationship issues. He is a graduate and faculty of William Alanson White Institute in Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis, and Psychology in New York City and former chair of their LGBTQ Study Group; and faculty at Florida Psychoanalytic Institute in Miami. He is also a contributing author to the book Introduction to Contemporary Psychoanalysis: Defining Terms and Building Bridges (2018, Routledge) and has published on issues of gender, sexuality, and sexual abuse. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/critical-theory

New Books in Sociology
Željka Matijasević, "The Borderline Culture: Intensity, Jouissance, and Death" (Lexington, 2021)

New Books in Sociology

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 40:38


Borderline personality disorder is no longer a secret. Many people who are not therapists know what it is and see it as a fitting description for their personal experience. But what does it mean for someone to be “borderline”? Is it something one is or that one has? Perhaps most importantly, where does it come from? The prevailing view in psychological circles has long been that it stems from traumatic experiences and problematic internal psychological patterns. But is it possible that society actually makes certain people “borderline?”  These and other questions are taken up in my interview with Željka Matijašević, author of the new book The Borderline Culture: Intensity, Jouissance, and Death (2021, Rowman & Littlefield). She advances a compelling argument that perhaps our fast-paced, capitalist society bears some responsibility for the creation of borderline states, with its proclivity towards intensity and promotion of insatiable consumption, both features with striking resemblance to borderline states. This interview is for anyone wanting to better understand the borderline phenomenon. Željka Matijašević is full professor of comparative literature at the Department of Comparative Literature, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Zagreb, Croatia. She holds and MPhil and Ph.D. in psychoanalytic studies from the University of Cambridge, UK. Her prior books include Lacan: The Persistence of the Dialectics (2005); Structuring the Unconscious: Freud and Lacan (2006); An Introduction to Psychoanalysis: Oedipus, Hamlet, Jekyll/Hyde (2011); The Century of the Fragile Self: Psychoanalysis, Culture, and Society (2016); and Drama, Drama (2020). She is a member of La Fondation Européenne pour la Psychoanalyse and the Croatian Writers' Society. Eugenio Duarte, Ph.D. is a psychoanalyst and clinical psychologist practicing in Miami. He treats individuals and couples, with specialties in gender and sexuality, eating and body image problems, and relationship issues. He is a graduate and faculty of William Alanson White Institute in Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis, and Psychology in New York City and former chair of their LGBTQ Study Group; and faculty at Florida Psychoanalytic Institute in Miami. He is also a contributing author to the book Introduction to Contemporary Psychoanalysis: Defining Terms and Building Bridges (2018, Routledge) and has published on issues of gender, sexuality, and sexual abuse. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology

Psychology & The Cross
Announcement: Q&A & Live discussion with Sean McGrath

Psychology & The Cross

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 0:41


We would like to invite you to an online meetup and Q&A with Sean J. McGrath where we will wrap up the second season of Secular Christ. We will be meeting on Zoon on Sunday the 13th of November at 5:00 PM CET. We will start with a short lecture by McGrath and a summary of the second season. We then invite you all to converse, ask your questions and also share ideas for future seasons. The session will be recorded.Please RSVP to j.lusensky@gmail.com

The Audio Long Read
Psychiatry wars: the lawsuit that put psychoanalysis on trial

The Audio Long Read

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 40:28


Forty years ago, Dr Ray Osheroff sued a US hospital for failing to give him antidepressants. The case would change the course of medical history – even if it couldn't help the patient himself. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpod

RENDERING UNCONSCIOUS PODCAST
RU217: LAETITIA BARBIER ON TAROT & DIVINATION CARDS, LACANIAN PSYCHOANALYSIS

RENDERING UNCONSCIOUS PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 63:11


French born Laetitia Barbier is an intuitive counselor with a great passion for the human soul. Sensitive to powerful iconography, she studied art history at the Sorbonne, and has been working professionally in the arts for over a decade. She had her first tarot epiphany at the age of 11, when she bought her first Marseille Tarot deck at a Parisian tobacco shop. https://www.laetitiacartomancy.com She's here to talk about her new book TAROT AND DIVINATION CARDS: A VISUAL ARCHIVE: https://www.laetitiacartomancy.com/new-products/pre-order-tarot-and-divination-cards-a-visual-archive-signed-by-author-laetitia-barbier She is an integral part of Morbid Anatomy Museum: https://www.morbidanatomy.org Join us at Morbid Anatomy Museum online via zoom Sunday November 20th: Cinematic Surrealism in Los Angeles: Maya Deren and David Lynch by Sabina Stent and David Lynch: Cinema's Uncanny Master by Mary Wild: http://psychartcult.org/psychartcult-residency-at-morbid-anatomy-museum-2021/ Follow her at Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/laetitia.cartomancy/ You can support the podcast at our Patreon. https://www.patreon.com/vanessa23carl Your support is greatly appreciated! This episode also available at YouTube: https://youtu.be/W8h73Dj4AxM Rendering Unconscious Podcast is hosted by Dr. Vanessa Sinclair, a psychoanalyst who lives in Sweden and works internationally: www.drvanessasinclair.net Follow Dr. Vanessa Sinclair on social media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/rawsin_ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rawsin_/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@drvanessasinclair23 Visit the main website for more information and links to everything: www.renderingunconscious.org The song at the end of the episode is "Someone is waiting for me" by Vanessa Sinclair and TBWB from the album "Message 23" available from Highbrow Lowlife: https://vanessasinclair.bandcamp.com/track/someone-is-waiting-for-me-thomas-bey-william-bailey Many thanks to Carl Abrahamsson, who created the intro and outro music for Rendering Unconscious podcast. https://www.carlabrahamsson.com Image: https://www.laetitiacartomancy.com/welcome

Psychoanalysis On and Off the Couch
Polish Psychoanalysis, Ukraine and Intergenerational Trauma with Edyta Biernacka (Krakow)

Psychoanalysis On and Off the Couch

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 44:14


"During the treatment they start to think about their family, they want to understand what really happened to their parents that made them such monsters towards their own children? They start to look for the origins of their family and the history of the family and they found transgenerational traumas from both sides - family members who were victims and family members who were persecutors. This is something on the personal level we have to live with all the time. When you can read the memoirs of different people you can also find both sides - the people who realize that in their family were the secrets connected with the fact that they were Jews and they had to hide their identity and until now they are afraid to speak openly about it. And the part of completely delayed history, like what happened to the properties of the family, how the family got this house after the Second World War."     Episode Description: We begin with a conversation on the current status of the Polish Psychoanalytic Society. Edyta shares with us encouraging information on the recent increase in analytic candidates and the abundance of patients. With the Russian invasion of Ukraine, she describes the awakening of historical trauma from Poland's history of being invaded. We learn of the arrival of 7 million Ukrainian refugees into Poland with over 3 million staying. She feels that the spirit of reparation for past destructiveness has contributed to the considerable generosity that Poles have shown to those in need despite a history of cruelty between Poland and Ukraine. We discuss the presence in patients' minds of secretive pasts from World War II - that of victims and persecutors. She uses the image of the Dybbuk to characterize a common mysterious experience of being possessed by the ghosts of the dead. We conclude optimistically that perhaps we are seeing for this moment in Polish history an improved trajectory of human decency.    Our Guest: Edyta Biernacka is a psychoanalyst, vice-president of the Polish Psychoanalytical Society, supervisor and training psychotherapist for Polish Psychoanalytical Psychotherapy Society, therapist and supervisor of Personality Disorders' Treatment Ward in Psychiatric Babinski Clinic in Krakow where she works with adults in private practice.  

Thick Lines
*TEASER* 62 - Psycho with Sam Szabo

Thick Lines

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 1:59


Full episode at patreon.com/thicklinespod. Tales From The Crypt scholar Sam Szabo stretches out on the couch with Sally to talk EC's post-Comics Code title, "Psychoanalysis," a truly troubling 4-issue run. Topics discussed include: MAD Magazine, Sex and The City, real-life Jughead hats, and more. Catch Szabo skulking around Short Run Seattle Comix & Arts Festival on November 5th! Read Sam's comics at brainboogerindustries.bigcartel.com and preview her upcoming book at patreon.com/brainbooger. Support Thick Lines at patreon.com/thicklinespod and follow us on Instagram @thicklinespod.

Love Code
Love Code - Learn To Love: Guide to Healing Your Disappointing Love Life with Dr. Thomas Jordan

Love Code

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 57:23


Dr. Thomas Jordan, who has helped thousands of individuals and couples enjoy more fulfilling relationships and experience more satisfying, longer-lasting love lives as a psychotherapist for the past 33 years, is the author of a breakthrough book Learn To Love: Guide to Healing Your Disappointing Love Life.  Dr. Jordan, who specializes in the treatment of chronic love life problems, founded the educational resource Love Life Learning Center in 2012. In 2017 he launched the Healthy Love Life Seminar, leading love life educational seminars with his wife. He is a graduate of the New York University's Postdoctoral Program in Psychoanalysis, Clinical Associate Professor of Psychology, and a faculty member of the post-doctoral program.  Since 1991 he has served as a psychological disability consultant for Verizon, Communication Workers Association, New York Police Department, Con Edison, United Nations, and Columbia Presbyterian Hospital. Connect with Dr. Thomas Jordan on social media: https://lovelifelearningcenter.comhttps://www.facebook.com/Dr.ThomasJordan/?ref=tn_tnmn https://twitter.com/LLLearningCtr https://www.instagram.com/lovelifelearningcenter/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/drthomasjordan/

The Psychotic Break
Emma Chamberlain Psychoanalysis

The Psychotic Break

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 30:10


Disclaimer: Please acknowledge that these do not reflect our full beliefs and that we do not know her personally, only from the content which is displayed online. Welcome to the world of Emma Chamberlain analyzed by fellow 21-year old's. On this week's episode of The Psychotic Break, Madey and Kimi do a deep dive into the platform and history of Emma Chamberlain.  Stay tuned for some juicy gossip and important considerations!Our website: https://the-psychotic-break.vercel.appOur Insta: @thepsychoticbreak.pod 

Lives of the Unconscious. A Podcast on Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy
Episode 31. A Lover's Bind: The Psychoanalysis of Romantic Relationships

Lives of the Unconscious. A Podcast on Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 38:44


One couple fights over household responsibilities. Another is trapped in a cycle of jealousy and control. Still another strives for total harmony and oneness—only to be tormented by intense anxiety the moment small differences arise. With the help of the famous psychodynamic concept of collusion, this episode deals with the often conflictual relations between couples. We often encounter in romantic relationships the contours of our unconscious longings and fears, factors that are anchored in our personal history and that are decisive in the selection of a partner. Topics include: the relationship dynamics of jealousy, narcissistic relationship dynamics, as well as helper dynamics. Support us on Patreon and get the scripts to the episodes: www.patreon.com/lives Our youtube-channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/LivesoftheUnconscious Visit our website: www.psy-cast.org Donation via Paypal: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=QH82X6SWVJ9LY

New Books in Intellectual History
Robin McCoy Brooks, "Psychoanalysis, Catastrophe, and Social Action" (Routledge, 2021)

New Books in Intellectual History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 59:33


Robin McCoy Brooks' book Psychoanalysis, Catastrophe, and Social Action (Routledge, 2021) uses psychoanalytic theory to explore how political subjectivity comes about within the context of global catastrophe, via the emergence of collective individuations through trans-subjectivity. Serving as a jumping-off point to address the structural linkage between collective catastrophe, subject, group, and political transformation, trans-subjectivity is the central tenet of the book, conceptualized as a psyche-social dynamic that initiates social transformation and which may be enhanced in the clinical setting. Each chapter investigates a distinct manifestation of trans-subjectivity in relation to various real-world events as they manifest clinically in the analytic couple and within group processes. The author builds her conceptual arguments through a psyche/social reading of Kristeva's theory of signifiance (sublimation), Lacan's 1945 essay on collective logic, Heidegger's secular reading of the apostle Paul's Christian revolution, and Zizek, Badiou and Jung's conception of the neighbor within a differentiated humanity. The book features clinical illustrations, an auto-ethnographic study of the emergence of an AIDS clinic, an accounting of trans-subjectivity in Black revolutionary events in the U.S., and an examination of some expressions of care that arose in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Psychoanalysis, Catastrophe & Social Action is important reading for psychoanalysts, psycho-dynamic based therapists, psychologists, group therapists, philosophers and political activists. Roy Barsness is a Clinical Psychoanalytic Psychologist, Founder and Executive Director of the Post-Graduate Program in Relationally-Focused Psychodynamic Therapy; Professor at the Seattle School of Theology and Psychology and have been in clinical practice for 30+ years. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/intellectual-history

New Books in Sociology
Robin McCoy Brooks, "Psychoanalysis, Catastrophe, and Social Action" (Routledge, 2021)

New Books in Sociology

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 59:33


Robin McCoy Brooks' book Psychoanalysis, Catastrophe, and Social Action (Routledge, 2021) uses psychoanalytic theory to explore how political subjectivity comes about within the context of global catastrophe, via the emergence of collective individuations through trans-subjectivity. Serving as a jumping-off point to address the structural linkage between collective catastrophe, subject, group, and political transformation, trans-subjectivity is the central tenet of the book, conceptualized as a psyche-social dynamic that initiates social transformation and which may be enhanced in the clinical setting. Each chapter investigates a distinct manifestation of trans-subjectivity in relation to various real-world events as they manifest clinically in the analytic couple and within group processes. The author builds her conceptual arguments through a psyche/social reading of Kristeva's theory of signifiance (sublimation), Lacan's 1945 essay on collective logic, Heidegger's secular reading of the apostle Paul's Christian revolution, and Zizek, Badiou and Jung's conception of the neighbor within a differentiated humanity. The book features clinical illustrations, an auto-ethnographic study of the emergence of an AIDS clinic, an accounting of trans-subjectivity in Black revolutionary events in the U.S., and an examination of some expressions of care that arose in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Psychoanalysis, Catastrophe & Social Action is important reading for psychoanalysts, psycho-dynamic based therapists, psychologists, group therapists, philosophers and political activists. Roy Barsness is a Clinical Psychoanalytic Psychologist, Founder and Executive Director of the Post-Graduate Program in Relationally-Focused Psychodynamic Therapy; Professor at the Seattle School of Theology and Psychology and have been in clinical practice for 30+ years. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology

New Books in Critical Theory
Robin McCoy Brooks, "Psychoanalysis, Catastrophe, and Social Action" (Routledge, 2021)

New Books in Critical Theory

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 59:33


Robin McCoy Brooks' book Psychoanalysis, Catastrophe, and Social Action (Routledge, 2021) uses psychoanalytic theory to explore how political subjectivity comes about within the context of global catastrophe, via the emergence of collective individuations through trans-subjectivity. Serving as a jumping-off point to address the structural linkage between collective catastrophe, subject, group, and political transformation, trans-subjectivity is the central tenet of the book, conceptualized as a psyche-social dynamic that initiates social transformation and which may be enhanced in the clinical setting. Each chapter investigates a distinct manifestation of trans-subjectivity in relation to various real-world events as they manifest clinically in the analytic couple and within group processes. The author builds her conceptual arguments through a psyche/social reading of Kristeva's theory of signifiance (sublimation), Lacan's 1945 essay on collective logic, Heidegger's secular reading of the apostle Paul's Christian revolution, and Zizek, Badiou and Jung's conception of the neighbor within a differentiated humanity. The book features clinical illustrations, an auto-ethnographic study of the emergence of an AIDS clinic, an accounting of trans-subjectivity in Black revolutionary events in the U.S., and an examination of some expressions of care that arose in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Psychoanalysis, Catastrophe & Social Action is important reading for psychoanalysts, psycho-dynamic based therapists, psychologists, group therapists, philosophers and political activists. Roy Barsness is a Clinical Psychoanalytic Psychologist, Founder and Executive Director of the Post-Graduate Program in Relationally-Focused Psychodynamic Therapy; Professor at the Seattle School of Theology and Psychology and have been in clinical practice for 30+ years. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/critical-theory

New Books Network
Robin McCoy Brooks, "Psychoanalysis, Catastrophe, and Social Action" (Routledge, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 59:33


Robin McCoy Brooks' book Psychoanalysis, Catastrophe, and Social Action (Routledge, 2021) uses psychoanalytic theory to explore how political subjectivity comes about within the context of global catastrophe, via the emergence of collective individuations through trans-subjectivity. Serving as a jumping-off point to address the structural linkage between collective catastrophe, subject, group, and political transformation, trans-subjectivity is the central tenet of the book, conceptualized as a psyche-social dynamic that initiates social transformation and which may be enhanced in the clinical setting. Each chapter investigates a distinct manifestation of trans-subjectivity in relation to various real-world events as they manifest clinically in the analytic couple and within group processes. The author builds her conceptual arguments through a psyche/social reading of Kristeva's theory of signifiance (sublimation), Lacan's 1945 essay on collective logic, Heidegger's secular reading of the apostle Paul's Christian revolution, and Zizek, Badiou and Jung's conception of the neighbor within a differentiated humanity. The book features clinical illustrations, an auto-ethnographic study of the emergence of an AIDS clinic, an accounting of trans-subjectivity in Black revolutionary events in the U.S., and an examination of some expressions of care that arose in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Psychoanalysis, Catastrophe & Social Action is important reading for psychoanalysts, psycho-dynamic based therapists, psychologists, group therapists, philosophers and political activists. Roy Barsness is a Clinical Psychoanalytic Psychologist, Founder and Executive Director of the Post-Graduate Program in Relationally-Focused Psychodynamic Therapy; Professor at the Seattle School of Theology and Psychology and have been in clinical practice for 30+ years. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

The Morbid Museum
Spiritualism: The Dead Talk Back

The Morbid Museum

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 68:18


Since the dawn of civilization, humans have longed to continue to connect with loved ones who have passed on. In the 19th century, the wildly popular religious movement Spiritualism was created as "proof" that mortals here on earth could connect with those who have crossed over to the other side. https://nsac.org (National Spiritualist Association of Churches) https://ivc.lib.rochester.edu/the-automatic-hand-spiritualism-psychoanalysis-and-surrealism/ ("The Automatic Hand: Spiritualism, Psychoanalysis, and Surrealism" by Rachel Leah Thompson An Electronic Journal for Visual Culture ISSUE 33: (WINTER 2021)) https://www.whitehousehistory.org/seances-in-the-red-room ("Seances in the Red Room" White House Historical Association) https://exploringupstate.com/hydesville-memorial-park-and-the-fox-sisters-newark-ny/ (Hydesville Memorial Park and the Fox Sisters - Newark, NY - Exploring Upstate) https://www.americanantiquarian.org/proceedings/44539462.pdf (News from the Spirit World: A Checklist of American Spiritualist Periodicals By ANNBRAUD E) https://www.getty.edu/news/the-man-who-photographed-ghosts/ ("A Supernatural Scammer In Getty's Collection" By Sarah Waldorf) https://www.britannica.com/topic/spiritualism-religion (Spiritualism | Britannica) https://victorianweb.org/victorian/religion/spirit.html (Victorian Spiritualism. Dr Andrzej Diniejko, D. Litt.; Contributing Editor, Poland The Victorian Web) https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/j.1468-5906.2010.01515.x ("The Rise of 19th-Century American Spiritualism, 1854–1873" by David K. Nartonis, Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion ) https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2021/05/31/why-did-so-many-victorians-try-to-speak-with-the-dead ("Why Did So Many Victorians Try to Speak with the Dead?" | The New Yorker) https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/the-fox-sisters-and-the-rap-on-spiritualism-99663697/ ("The Fox Sisters and the Rap on Spiritualism." by Karen Abbott, Smithsonian Magazine) Follow us on IG: @themorbidmuseum Email us at themorbidmuseum@gmail.com Artwork: Brittany Schall Music: "Danse Macabre" by Camille Saint-Saens, performed by Kevin MacLeod 2022 All Rights Reserved

New Books in Psychoanalysis
Robin McCoy Brooks, "Psychoanalysis, Catastrophe, and Social Action" (Routledge, 2021)

New Books in Psychoanalysis

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 59:33


Robin McCoy Brooks' book Psychoanalysis, Catastrophe, and Social Action (Routledge, 2021) uses psychoanalytic theory to explore how political subjectivity comes about within the context of global catastrophe, via the emergence of collective individuations through trans-subjectivity. Serving as a jumping-off point to address the structural linkage between collective catastrophe, subject, group, and political transformation, trans-subjectivity is the central tenet of the book, conceptualized as a psyche-social dynamic that initiates social transformation and which may be enhanced in the clinical setting. Each chapter investigates a distinct manifestation of trans-subjectivity in relation to various real-world events as they manifest clinically in the analytic couple and within group processes. The author builds her conceptual arguments through a psyche/social reading of Kristeva's theory of signifiance (sublimation), Lacan's 1945 essay on collective logic, Heidegger's secular reading of the apostle Paul's Christian revolution, and Zizek, Badiou and Jung's conception of the neighbor within a differentiated humanity. The book features clinical illustrations, an auto-ethnographic study of the emergence of an AIDS clinic, an accounting of trans-subjectivity in Black revolutionary events in the U.S., and an examination of some expressions of care that arose in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Psychoanalysis, Catastrophe & Social Action is important reading for psychoanalysts, psycho-dynamic based therapists, psychologists, group therapists, philosophers and political activists. Roy Barsness is a Clinical Psychoanalytic Psychologist, Founder and Executive Director of the Post-Graduate Program in Relationally-Focused Psychodynamic Therapy; Professor at the Seattle School of Theology and Psychology and have been in clinical practice for 30+ years. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/psychoanalysis

Psychoanalysis On and Off the Couch
Foreignness, the Blues, and Psychoanalysis in Iran with Gohar Homayounpour, PsyD (Tehran)

Psychoanalysis On and Off the Couch

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 50:41


"Aren't these daughters of Persia retelling that myth [Shahnameh] as we speak - they put their hair down, Rudabeh put her hair down. This time maybe from this union there will now be a baby girl that will be born. This new epic female hero will transform this land. Something has happened - it's an event, and whether we like it or not there is going to be a before and after. We observe the best of Rudabeh's daughter in every single one of these girls. We know in psychoanalysis that these things are not something that can just happen - that the birth of the subject is a process and this birth of Rudabeh's daughter has been long overdue. It has been a long time in the making, and I am sorry…I get very emotional, but I look forward to her becoming."       Episode Description: We begin by acknowledging the political turmoil currently surrounding and impacting our conversation about psychoanalysis in Iran. We discuss the nature of foreignness both as a geographical entity and an intrapsychic experience. Gohar recognizes the essential subversive spirit of discovering one's authentic voice and challenges efforts to homogenize one's identity in an artificial search for sameness. Tolerating discomfort is for her a hallmark of analytic maturation. We discuss the Blues which contain sorrow and promise -"it lives on the edge of falling into melancholy." We learn that Freud was translated into Farsi as early as 1906 and that Gohar was a founder of the Freudian Group of Tehran. We close with hopes for a future inspired by the courage of the young women of today with conversations freed from concerns about safety.    Our Guest: Gohar Homayounpour, PsyD is a psychoanalyst and author. She is a member of the International Psychoanalytic Association, the American Psychoanalytic Association, the Italian Psychoanalytical society, and the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis. She is a Training and Supervising psychoanalyst of the Freudian Group of Tehran, of which she is also the founder and past president. She is also a member of the scientific board at the Freud Museum in Vienna, and of the IPA group Geographies of Psychoanalysis.  Her first book, Doing Psychoanalysis in Tehran (2012) won the Gradiva award and has been translated into many languages including French, German, Italian, Turkish, and Spanish. Her latest book is titled Persian Blues, Psychoanalysis and Mourning (2022).    Recommended Readings:    Homayounpour, Gohar.  Doing Psychoanalysis in Tehran, (Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press,2012).    Dislocated Subject, edited by Preta, Lorena (ed.), Geographies of Psychoanalysis, Mimesis International, 2018    Geographies of Psychoanalysis (Encounters Between Cultures In Tehran), edited by Preta, Lorena (ed.), Mimesis International, 2015.    Busch, Fred. A Fresh Look at Psychoanalytic Technique, selected papers on Psychoanalysis, Routledge, 2021.    Bolognini, Stefano. Vital Flows between the Self and Non-Self: The Interpsychic. Routledge, 2022. 

The Regrettable Century
The Dialectics of Madness- With Adam from Subjective Conditions

The Regrettable Century

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 81:42 Very Popular


The Lost Horizons gang is back together. We welcome Comrade Adam back to the Lost Horizons network and discuss a couple of articles about Hegel, Foucault, and MADNESS.The Good the Mad and the Ugly: Part I The Good the Mad and the Ugly: Part II https://www.patreon.com/subjectiveconditionsMusic: Madness- One Step BeyondSupport the show

Psychology & The Cross
E14 Jung's Answer to Job with Paul Bishop

Psychology & The Cross

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 62:54


"The six million dollar question is, what is this God that Jung is talking about? What is Yahweh? In effect, he's putting Yahweh on the couch.  That's the entire genius of what Jung's doing, is putting God on the couch. As also if one were to look at it from a faith perspective, that's the entire problem is, you don't put God on the couch."Episode Description:The key questions examined in the Biblical Story of Job are: How can the suffering and injustice in the world be reconciled with the image of God that was taught to us? If God is good, where does evil come from? These questions and more Jung took on to examine in his provocative and much-debated work Answer to Job. To help us understand and unpack this work of Jung, I have invited again Jungian scholar Paul Bishop. Paul has written the most extensive commentary on the book, released in 2002 by Routledge as Answer to Job - A commentary. Through this conversation, Paul helps us to contextualize this book in Jung's overall psychological oeuvre and to understand the main arguments Jung raises in defense of Job. We discuss the reception of the work and Martin Buber's critique of Jung as a Gnostic and his powerful reaction to this “accusation”. We discuss how to understand Answer to Job in view of the publication of Jung's Red Book. Music played in this episode is licensed under creativecommons.org: Ketsa - Dawn's dew & Enough.Ps. I highly recommend you to seek out the latest publication by Paul Bishop, it's entitled, Nietzsche's the Anti-Christ: A Critical Introduction and Guide (Edinburgh Critical Guides to Nietzsche) which was released by Edinburgh University Press earlier this year.

Therapy Chat
351: Family Secrets + Intergenerational Trauma with Dr. Galit Atlas

Therapy Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 42:54 Very Popular


Welcome back to Therapy Chat! This week host Laura Reagan, LCSW-C shares an interview from Spring of 2022 with Dr. Galit Atlas, author of Emotional Inheritance: A therapist, her patients, and the legacy of trauma. Dr. Atlas shared how family secrets affect families for generations. Listen in for a warm and engaging discussion with this fascinating teacher about intergenerational trauma.   Dr. Galit Atlas is a psychoanalyst and clinical supervisor in private practice in New York City. She is on the faculty of the New York University Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis. Dr. Atlas has published three books for clinicians and numerous articles and book chapters. Her New York Times publication “A Tale of Two Twins” was the winner of a 2016 Gradiva Award. A leader in the field of relational psychoanalysis, Dr. Atlas is a recipient of the André François Award and the NADTA Research Award. She teaches and lectures throughout the United States and internationally. Her new book Emotional Inheritance was published in January 2022 and is being translated into 17 languages.   Learn more about Dr. Galit Atlas via her website: https://www.galitatlas.com/   Buy Dr. Atlas's newest book, Emotional Inheritance, on Amazon here.  Thank you to TherapyNotes for sponsoring this week's episode! TherapyNotes makes billing, scheduling, notetaking, and telehealth incredibly easy. And now, for all you prescribers out there, TherapyNotes is proudly introducing E-prescribe! Find out what more than 100,000 mental health professionals already know, and try TherapyNotes for 2 months, absolutely free. Try it today with no strings attached, and see why everyone is switching to TherapyNotes. Now featuring E-prescribe. Use promo code "chat" at www.therapynotes.com to receive 2 FREE months of TherapyNotes! Thank you also to The Receptionist for iPad for sponsoring this week's episode. It's the highest-rated digital check-in software for therapy offices and behavioral health clinics, used by thousands of practitioners across the country. Start a 14-day free trial of The Receptionist for iPad by going to www.thereceptionist.com/therapychat and when you do, you'll also get your first month free when you sign up. This episode is also sponsored by Trauma Therapist Network. Learn about trauma, connect with resources and find a trauma therapist near you at www.traumatherapistnetwork.com. We believe that trauma is real, healing is possible and help is available. Therapists, registration opens soon for Trauma Therapist Network membership. Join a compassionate and skilled group of trauma therapists for weekly calls focused on Self Care, Case Consultation, Q&A and Training.  Get on the waiting list now to be the first to know when registration opens! Sign up here https://go.traumatherapistnetwork.com/join  Podcast produced by Pete Bailey - https://petebailey.net/audio 

Banned Books
270: Matthias Flacius - Rules for Understanding the Sacred Scriptures

Banned Books

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 130:37


Do You Read The Bible? What's Your Secret? In this episode, we discuss how to understand the Bible from Matthias Flacius' book, How to Understand the Sacred Scriptures. — SHOW NOTES: Matthias Flacius - How to Understand the Sacred Scriptures https://amzn.to/3CDHs22  More Flacius https://amzn.to/3eeLJzH  Formula of Concord https://bookofconcord.org/epitome/  Young Man Luther: A Study in Psychoanalysis and History - Erik H. Erikson https://amzn.to/3elrMXT  SUPPORT 1517 Podcast Network https://www.1517.org/podcasts/ Support the work of 1517 http://1517.org/give Warrior Priest Gym & Podcast https://thewarriorpriestpodcast.wordpress.com St John's Lutheran Church (Webster, MN) - FB Live Bible Study Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/356667039608511 Gillespie's Sermons and Catechesis: https://stjohnrandomlake.org/church/media/ Gillespie Coffee https://gillespie.coffee Gillespie Media https://gillespie.media The Banned Pastors https://t.me/bannedpastors CONTACT and FOLLOW BannedBooks@1517.org Facebook Twitter SUBSCRIBE YouTube Rumble Odysee Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Overcast Google Play TuneIn Radio iHeartRadio

Grognostics - Where craft beer meets the unexplained
Talkin' Brains with Dr. Lindsay Weisner

Grognostics - Where craft beer meets the unexplained

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 62:17


On today's show we sit down with Dr. Lindsay Weisner to talk about all things brain and answer the questions you've always wondered. Do we really only use 10% of our brains? When do men's brain neurons actually connect? 10? 20? 30? Ever? What are some wild but true neurological anomalies she's come across in her career? How many bitchy PTA parents are typically in a PTA group? How many times can a clinical psychologist swear tastefully? These questions and more... About the Guest Lindsay Weisner is a Clinical Psychologist in Long Island, New York specializing in suicidal teens and their family, as well as helping people work through their anxiety. She graduated from Georgetown University in 1999 and was awarded a fellowship in child development at the NIH/NICHD. She received her doctorate from C.W. Post, LIU, and went on to pursue post-doctorate training at the American Institute of Psychoanalysis.  Dr. Weisner is an expert blogger for Psychology Today, The Venn Diagram Life: Where Sense and Science meet and the co-author of the book Ten Steps To Finding Happy, which ironically was released during the first week of quarantine with the support and endorsement of the United Nation's International Day of Happiness. In addition, Dr. Weisner is the host of the Neurotic Nourishment Podcast, and the co-host of the Crimes of Long Island Podcast, both of which can be found on all podcast platforms. Link to purchase book: Ten Steps To Finding Happy https://www.amazon.com/Ten-Steps-Finding-Happy- Satisfaction/dp/0996430660/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=ten+steps+to+finding+happy&qid=16087 36380&sr=8-3 Link to Psychology Today blog: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-venn-diagram-life Link to Neurotic Nourishment Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/neurotic-nourishment/id1464366670 https://crimesoflongisland.com/ You can find her on Instagram @PsychShrinkMom And on Twitter @LindsaySKallen Grognostics is part of the Green Mushroom Podcast Network The Green Mushroom Podcast Network includes the following podcasts: Smuts Up,  Faith Blind Council, Lux Occult, Ad Hoc History, Administrism, Unearthing Paranormalcy, The Green Podcast Network, Primordia, Ex V Plan, Grognostics You can learn more and listen to all of these great shows at https://www.tgmpodcastnetwork.com/

Issues, Etc.
2771. Albert Schweitzer’s Psychoanalysis of Jesus – Dr. John Warwick Montgomery, 10/4/22

Issues, Etc.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 33:23


Dr. John Warwick Montgomery of 1517 The Legacy Project International Academy of Apologetics, Evangelism & Human Rights Other books by Dr. Montgomery