- Thu, Jun 16Los AngelesEmmanuel Ghent: Trail blazer, Visionary.
- Sun, Apr 10ZoomCommentary on papers by Michael O’Loughlin and Ana Archangelo on racial identity development in Brazil.
- Sat, Apr 24See Michigan Psychoanalytic Society websiteThe Costs of White Privilege and the Benefits of Sharing Power: A Journey of Self- Study Through a Psychoanalytic LensWe will explore James Baldwin’s teaching that whiteness entails a delusion of omnipotence. The fantasy of whiteness draws one into a commitment to amass and maintain power in the sense of mastery and dominance. We will outline a plan for liberation from this treadmill through reflective self-study.
- Sat, Mar 20ZoomSponsored by Confer, London England
- Sat, Feb 20ZoomContinuing Education Course for New York Social Workers and New York Psychologists White Privilege: Psychoanalytic Perspectives Instructor: Neil Altman, PhD Saturday February 20, 2021 10AM-4PM via ZOOM RSVP and questions to email@example.com
- Mon, Feb 08Online course at William Alanson White InsWhite Privilege: Psychoanalytic Perspectives
- Thu, Jan 28ZoomWhite privilege: psychoanalytic perspectives. Speakers: Neil Altman, James Barron, Daniel Gaztambide, Joyce Klein, Lynne Layton
- Thu, Jun 18UCLA Meyer and Renee Luskin Conference CInternational Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psycotherapy Panel, Los Angeles, June 18-21, 202Panel with Deepti Sachdev and Shalini Masih: Carrying Forward the Work of Emmanuel Ghent: International Perspectives.
- Thu, Apr 30event.newschool.edu/peopleshistoryofpsychoaBook launch for Daniel Gaztambide’s new book: A People’s History of Psychoanalysis: From Freud to Liberation PsychologyDiscussion and artistic presentations related to Daniel’s important new book concerning a “preferential option for the repressed/oppressed” in psychoanalysis. Important: there aren’t enough characters for the online registration site below: there should be https:// at beginning and an “n” at end.
- Fri, Feb 07LisbonWith Jillian Stile, Ph.D., Adolescence and Gender.
- Sat, Jan 11400 E 66th StWhat is Relational Psychoanalysis? How is it similar and how is it different from other forms of psychoanalysis?This workshop aims to help the individual clinician locate him/herself amidst the confusing diversity that characterizes contemporary psychoanalysis and psychotherapy. We will read articles by major contributors, then discuss particular case examples illustrating how theory can be put to work.
- Wed, Jul 31400 E 66th StThis is a reading and study group on the work of Emmanuel Ghent and Stephen Mitchell linking Winnicottian Psychoanalysis and Hindu/Buddhist spirituality
CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES
These are 12-hour intensive seminars designed for mental health professionals who wish to enhance their clinical skills.
The course provides participants with opportunities to increase their knowledge and expertise through weekly readings and discussions. Clinical material will be presented by participants and the instructor.
RACE, CLASS, AND CULTURE THROUGH A PSYCHOANALYTIC LENS.
This course will consider race, social class, and culture as elements in the psychotherapeutic relationship. We will consider the nature of these social categories from a psychoanalytic perspective, and how they play out between patient and therapist in public sector clinics as well as in private practice.
12 sessions 12 CEUs
RELATIONAL CHILD PSYCHOTHERAPY
will have both a theoretical and a practical, clinical focus. We will first consider the history and development of child therapy, looking at how concepts of transference /countertransference and play have evolved in the child therapy literature. Clinical examples from participants and the instructor will show the practical relevance and applicability of these concepts in day-to-day work with children. Issues raised by work with parents, teachers and other professionals will be addressed from a psychoanalytic/systemic perspective.
six 2-hour sessions 12CEUs
A forum for reading and discussion of selected articles from the contemporary psychoanalytically oriented literature.
12 sessions, 12CEUs
PSYCHOANALYSIS IN INTERNATIONAL CULTURAL CONTEXT
This class will feature readings from a variety of psychoanalytic communities around the world, from India to Iran, Japan, Latin America, Italy, Spain, and beyond. Discussion will focus on what we can learn about psychoanalysis and psychotherapy, and ourselves, when we consider how the field shows up in radically different cultural contexts.
12 sessions, 12CEUs
ADOLESCENT THERAPY (CO-INSTRUCTOR: JILLIAN STILE, PH.D.)
Adolescent therapy, like adolescents themselves, require us to “think different” from the way we are accustomed to think about work with adults and children. Adolescence itself has a number of sub-stages, and culturally diverse manifestations, that the clinician needs to keep in mind. We will consider some of the literature that has grappled with the unique and perplexing issues of adolescence and adolescent therapy.
12 sessions, 12CEUs
The seminars take place at Dr. Altman’s office on the Upper Westside of Manhattan, New York City.
The fee for each seminar is $900.
Neil Altman, Ph.D. SW CPE is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #0333.
Hope and Inspiration for Psychotherapists in Times of Cynicism and Despair, Jan. 5, 2019