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Friday Night Papers: Jamieson Webster

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Reading Lacan’s Variations on the Standard Treatment

In 1954, just after the first year of Lacan’s infamous seminar, he was given the task of writing an entry on ‘Variations on the Standard Treatment’ for a psychoanalytic encyclopedia. The task is a loaded one since Lacan was already, at the time, in trouble for his variations on the standard psychoanalytic technique. In this fascinating paper, Lacan puts forward his criticisms of psychoanalytic technique and psychoanalytic training, giving detailed readings of the work of Anna Freud, Edward Glover, Michael and Alice Balint, Sandor Ferenczi, Wilhelm Reich, and Theodor Reik, Richard Sterba, and others. Through this prism, Lacan presents his vision of what is standard and what might constitute a variation in relation to a specifically psychoanalytic cure, as well as, raising powerful questions about how psychoanalysis is successfully transmitted, or not, from one generation to another generation. I will do a close reading of this paper and elucidate some of the subtle clinical insights in it unique to Lacan.

Jamieson Webster Ph.D.

Jamieson Webster is a clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst in private practice in New York where she works with children, adolescents, and adults. A graduate of IPTAR, she teaches at Eugene Lang College, as well as, supervising graduate students through City University’s doctoral program in clinical psychology. She has written for Apology, Cabinet, The Guardian, The Huffington Post, Playboy, The New York Times, as well as, for many psychoanalytic publications. The Life and Death of Psychoanalysis is published with Karnac (2011). Stay, Illusion!– written with Simon Critchley- is published with Pantheon Books (2013). She is currently working on The Cambridge Introduction to Jacques Lacan, and a new book, Conversion Disorder

Learning Objectives

Participants will:

  1.  Understand the situation of psychoanalysis in the mid 1950s and the problems that beset questions of psychoanalytic technique.
  1.  Delineate how one thinks of what is standard in treatment and then what might constitute a variation, including how these are often confused with power in institutes and training, as opposed to, what is necessary in a clinical situation
  2.    3.  Understand some of the clinical implications of Lacan’s thinking, especially in his reading of the Rat Man case and the place of interpretation in a psychoanalytic treatment.

Teaching Method: Lecture and Discussion.

Time & Location

Friday March 11th, 8-10pm
IPTAR East
1651 3rd Ave – Suite 205

This program is open to all.  Lacan’s paper is attached.

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  Social Workers: Institute for Psychoanalytic Training and Research, Inc. (IPTAR) 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 #0226.  ( 2 ) CE credits will be granted to participants  who have registered , have documented evidence of attendance of the entire program and  have completed the on-line evaluation form. Upon completion of the evaluation form a Certificate of Completion will be emailed to all participants who comply with these requirements. CE Administrative Fee:$15.00 payable at the event.

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Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy Program Open House

CHILD & ADOLESCENT PSYCHOTHERAPY PROGRAM
 

PLEASE JOIN US

 for an OPEN HOUSE to learn about training at CAP
Sunday, March 13th, 3:005:00 PMFaculty, graduates, and candidates
will be there to describe the program,
talk about their experience, and answer any questions 

followed by a brief case presentation.

 Refreshments will be served.

RSVP for location to:  Carole Grand, Ph. D.
212-477-3238cgrand@nyc.rr.com 

CAP Courses and Programs Are Approved by New York State for CE Credit Hours  for Social Workers
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CAP Executive Committee: Phyllis Beren, Ph.D., Susan S. Berger, Psy.D., Co-Directors.
Bettina Buschel, LCAT, Ranny Goldfarb, LCSW, Carole Grand, Ph.D., Rena Greenblatt, Ph.D., 

Laura Kleinerman, MS, Miriam Pierce, LCSW, Lynne Rubin, Ph.D., Esther Savitz, LCSW,  
Francesca Schwartz, Ph.D.,  Rori Shaffer, LCSW, Donna Roth Smith, LCSW, Leni Winn, LCSW. Candidate Representatives: Sam Semper, Ph. D, Sarah Valeri, LCAT 

Sunday Salon at IPTAR: Boundaries and Borders in the Clinical Encounter & Adult Psychoanalytic Program Open House

Following IPTAR’s Race as Relations Conference:

Sunday Salon at IPTAR

Institute for Psychoanalytic Training & Research

“Knowing you, knowing me”
Boundaries and Borders in the Clinical Encounter

The conversation on race, culture, class, identity continues…
bringing it into the clinical moment.

Sunday March 20, 2016
Roundtable 3:00-5:00
Open House 5:00-6:00

IPTAR: 1651 Third Ave. #205 (92nd and Third Ave.)

Naama Kushner Barash, PhD

(IPTAR Fellow and Faculty)

Sam Semper, PhD

(IPTAR Advanced Candidate)

Sujatha Subramanian, PhD

(IPTAR Member and Faculty)

Moderator: Ben Kafka, PhD, LP

(IPTAR Advanced Candidate)

IPTAR Psychoanalytic Training Programs Open House

· TRAINING IN ADULT PSYCHOANALYSIS · INTEGRATED PROGRAM IN CHILD & ADULT PSYCHOANALYSIS · RESPECIALIZATION · CHILD & ADOLESCENT PSYCHOTHERAPY PROGRAM ·

Meet & Greet Reception

Speak with directors, faculty, and candidates from our various programs

Collect clinical hours needed for licensure and begin building your private practice

Respecialization Program for professionals from other fields

NYS license eligible program in psychoanalysis (LP)

SEVIS Program for international candidates

All mental health professionals welcome

Learn more about our contemporary and innovative training programs, as well as our vibrant and diverse scholarly community

Please RSVP – space is limited!
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CE Credits: 2
Teaching Method: Clinical presentation and discussion
Learning Objectives:

1. Participants will be introduced to some current psychoanalytic discussions about difference in the clinical setting.
2. Participants will learn to identify some of the material and embodied ways that race, class, and gender relations are present in the clinical setting and at times unconsciously enacted.
3. Participants will learn to understand and begin to work with these aspects of the treatment situation.
Social Workers: The Institute for Psychoanalytic Training and Research, Inc. (IPTAR) 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 #0226. (2) CE credits will be granted to participants who have registered, have documented evidence of attendance of the entire program and have completed the on-line evaluation form. Upon completion of the evaluation form a Certificate of Completion will be emailed to all participants who comply with these requirements. CE Administrative Fee: $15.00