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5/14-15/2022 - Georgia on Our Mind: Witnessing, Recognition, & Psychic Reconciliation in the Therapeutic Encounter

  • April 10, 2022 8:02 AM
    Message # 12702041

    Hello Community!

    The next Black Psychoanalysts Speak IV virtual conference, Georgia on Our Mind: Witnessing, Recognition, & Psychic Reconciliation in the Therapeutic Encounter is right around the corner on May 14 & May 15 from 8:30 a.m - 3:40 p.m Eastern

    This two-day interdisciplinary clinical conference will feature a keynote address by Dr. Beverly J. Stoute: “The Black Rage Out-rage Paradigm; Shaking the Psychoanalytic Frame,” followed by live lab Balint Method case consultations, small group discussion opportunities and round-table discussions led by nationally recognized psychoanalysts and scholars. Invited guest panelists are Drs. David Marriott, Ken Hardy and Calvin Warren.

    Members from Black Psychoanalysts Speak who are presenting or facilitating dialogues are Drs. Craig Polite and Kathleen White (BPS Co-Chairs), Janice Bennett, Maxine Dennis, MSc, Chanda Griffin, LCSW, Drs. Anton Hart, Dorothy Holmes, Annie Lee Jones, Paula Christian-Kliger, Kimberlyn Leary, Michael Moskowitz, Dionne Powell, Richard Reichbart, Beverly Stoute, Kirkland Vaughans, Alexandra Woods and Samuel P. Wyche. 

    This event surely cannot be missed!

    “At its core, psychoanalysis is a radical revisioning of culture and all forms of human relatedness. It asks us to examine the processes of self-deception that perpetuate both individual unhappiness and the social structures that benefit from inequality and oppression.” Black Psychoanalysts Speak (2014) dir. Basia Winograd

    Please see the image and/or attachment for more details. Click here for full PROGRAM DETAILS on our conference website or to register go directly to REGISTRATION PAGE.

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