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November 22, 2015,  9:30 a.m.

New York State Society for Clinical Social Work Creativity & Neurobiology Committee - trip to MoMA: Picasso Sculpture Exhibit. For more information, click HERE.


November 14, 2015; 10:00AM – 4:00PM, One Day Conference on Bicultural Identity @ Liederkranz Foundation, 6 East 87th Street, NY, NY 10128

The Postgraduate Psychoanalytic Society & Institute, Member of the International Federation of Psychoanalytic Societies; co-sponsored with The Advanced Clinical Education Foundation of the NYSSCSW PRESENTS: Bridge in Between: Challenges of Immigrant Identity (5 Contact hour Credit Approved). Morning session with a theater performance of “Dirty Paki Lingerie” - Written and performed by Aizzah Fatima; Directed and developed by Erica Gould. Afternoon presentations of a) The Pakistani-American Bicultural Self and Its Vicissitudes - Alan Roland, PhD, Training Analyst, NPAP,
Author of In Search of Self in India and Japan (1991) Princeton University. b) Toward Transcultural Self from Bicultural Self - Nobuko Meaders, LCSW, Training Analyst,
The Postgraduate Psychoanalytic Society & Institute; c) Afternoon Discussion Panel: Joan Adams, LCSW Suah Kim, PhD Vartika Mutha, PsyD

To register and for more information, visit http://postgradinstitute.org/bicultural/


November 13-14, 2015 - Paris, France- INFANT PARENT DISTURBANCE: THEORY AND THERAPY


October 12, 2015 - Yoga and Mindfulness for Children and Adolescents: Tools for Anxiety and Trauma (ASHA Credit Workshop; 6.5 professional development hours)
When: October 12, 2015 (9am – 5pm); Where: Adria Hotel & Conference Center; 221-17 Northern Blvd, Bayside, NY 11361

In this workshop, you will receive an introduction to integrating modalities of yoga and mindfulness practices into your work with children and adolescents who experience anxiety and trauma - on and off the yoga mat and even in a chair! Discussion and overview of various processes of the brain will lend insight into how you can best support the successes and gains in children. You will learn numerous effective, fun and developmentally appropriate activities that you can offer to children who struggle with emotional self-regulation, self-awareness, focusing and impulse control. No prior knowledge or practice experience of yoga or mindfulness is required to benefit from this workshop.
 
Learning Objectives: 1)Develop an understanding of the brain-body connection: how children and adolescents experience trauma and anxiety from a developmental, psychological and physical perspective; 2) Identify the common symptomatology and skills deficits present in children and adolescents who have experienced trauma and anxiety; 3) Describe the benefits of yoga and mindfulness with youth, and learn specific strategies and skills to address specific needs; 4)  Develop an understanding of guidelines and setting the stage for implementing yoga and mindfulness; 5) Develop a toolbox of possible interventions and strategies to help children: reduce anxiety; enhance focus, attention, self-awareness, self-regulation, sense of embodiment and connection to self and others; learn effective ways to calm their central nervous system and manage stressors.
 
Workshop leader: Victoria Grinman, LCSW is working at The Summit School in Queens, New York, with children experiencing a broad range of special needs. Victoria is an adjunct professor at Adelphi University, School of Social Work and a doctoral candidate with a research focus in post-traumatic growth, resilience, and autism. She is also the owner of Growing Kind Minds, a forum for dissemination of services and information for parents and caregivers in the community. As a trained Yoga and Mindfulness instructor for children and adolescents, Victoria is passionate and committed to integrating these practices into her work and looking for new ways to facilitate growth and wellness in children, adolescents and their families. She is a member of the New York State Society for Clinical Social Work. 

To register, follow the link: https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?oeidk=a07ebibhbll20f00f85&oseq=&c=&ch= Contact Nasia Daley at 718-264-1640 or by email at nasia.daley@nytps.org – for more information and for possible discount codes.


October 23-25, 2015 - OTTO FENICHEL AND HIS LEGACY. FEAR OF STRANGENESS: Antisemitism, xenophobia and uncanny experience.

First year of our conference is aimed at creating a space for psychoanalytic exploration of worries of „the strange“ and „the strangers“ in the clinical situation, but also invites experts from humanities into a dialogue and rethinking these phenomena in different contexts.

Contact information: www.fenichelspragueconference.com/en/

info@fenichelspragueconference.com

registration@fenichelspragueconference.com

 


June 23, 2015

IPA Encyclopedic Dictionary for Psychoanalysis Task Force

will present a session  on IPA Encyclopedic Dictionary: Work in Progress

at the IPA Congress in Boston on June 23rd, Thursday, 2 pm-3:30 pm

Co- Chairs and Co-Presenters of the panel: Dr. Eva D. Papiasvili (Co-Chair for North America, including USA, Canada, Japan); Dr. Arne Jemstedt (Co-Chair for Europe); Dr. Elias M. da Rocha Barros (Co-Chair for Latin America); and Dr. Stefano Bolognini, President of the IPA

For more information please follow the LINK here.

http://www.ipa.org.uk/images/CongressSite/BostonLogo.png


The 38th Annual Conference of the International Psychohistorical Association

Co-Sponsored by: NYU Silver School of Social Work

When: June 3-5, 2015

Where: New York University Kimmel Center for University Life

60 Washington Square South, 9th Floor New York, NY

For more information, visit http://www.psychohistory.us/resources/IPA%202015%20final%20program_6_3_15.pdf


3/8/15 - Spring Symposium at the New Jersey Institute for Training in Psychoanalysis - NJ, Teaneck, Come to our March 8th 'Dream Clinic' and test out Freud's way with dreams…

Presenters: Suzanne Saldarini, MA, LPC, NCPsyA and Jodi Kosofsky, MA, NCPsyA, LP 
When: Sunday, March 8, 2015 2:30 pm – 5:00 pm    Where: The Center for Ethical Culture 687 Larch Ave; Teaneck, NJ 07666   
RSVP: www.njinstitute.com or njinstitut@aol.com 

 


3/1/15 - NYC Committee for Creativity and Transformation in Clinical Practice @ NYSSCSW announces free events:

SEMINAR: REVISUALIZING TRAUMA - Date/Time: March 1, 2015; 12 to 3pm (Including Q&A and Networking); Place: 201 West 70th Street @ Amsterdam Ave #8J, NY 10023

Presentations: 1)  "From Earthquakes to Good Vibes: Transformations through a Resonance Process”- by Antonio Alvim. 2) “Swimming In Space: A Clinical Presentation in Verse – Working with a Schizophrenic Patient”- by Ona Lindquist     Contact: Sandra Indig, LCSW-R, LP, ATR-CB, State Committee Chair @ psych4arts@hotmail.com


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  2011 Annual 20th Anniversary Conference on Dialectics of Mortality and Immortality: Time as a Persecutory vs. a Holding Object

2010 Annual Conference on Psychoanalysis & Spirituality

2009 Annual Conference on Eroticized Demonic Object

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