The 25th Annual International Conference on The Psychology of The Self A Self Psychological Approach to Gender and Sexuality October 24 – 27, 2002 Marriott Wardman Park Hotel Washington, DC Presented By: The International Council for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology Co-Sponsored By: The Institute of Contemporary Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis The Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis THE 25th ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE PSYCHOLOGY OF THE SELF A Self Psychological Approach to Gender and Sexuality Dear Colleague, The 25th Annual Conference on the Psychology of The Self will be held at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, D.C. October 24-27, 2002. The hotel is an easy walk to Adams-Morgan’s wide array of ethnic restaurants, Dupont Circle’s shops, galleries and eateries, and to the National Zoo. With Washington’s underground Metro just steps away from the hotel entrance, you’ll have safe and easy access to the major national monuments. This year’s conference theme is A Self Psychological Approach to Gender and Sexuality. Kohut’s integrative appreciation of self moved our field from the fragmenting impact of drive theory leading self psychologists to focus primarily on the cohesion of the self in a selfobject matrix. Under the aegis of feminist, evolutionist and relational theorists, studies of gender and sexuality have advanced our knowledge largely outside the purview of the developing theories of self psychology. Four engaging panels will offer an integrated exploration. Panel I, Gender and Sexuality: A Challenge to Self Psychology will present broadly based reflections on the topic by Shelley Doctors and Malcolm Slavin as presenters and Estelle Shane as Discussant with Sanford Shapiro as Chair. Panel II, Gender and Sexuality: Female Analyst (Nancy VanDerHeide) and Male Patient will provide direct clinical material emphasizing the manner in which aspects of gender and sexuality arise and are dealt with in the analytic intersubjective realm. The discussants are Hans-Peter Hartmann and Ken Corbett, with Ronald Bodansky as Chair. Panel III, Gender and Sexuality: Male Analyst (Michael Clifford) and Female Patient will follow the same format with Virginia Goldner and Sandra Kiersky as discussants, and Brenda Solomon as Chair. After Panel III, the audience will have the opportunity to discuss the panels with selected leaders and the panel participants. Panel IV, Gender and Sexuality: A Child Case will be chaired by Joan Lang with Mark Smaller presenting clinical material and Estelle Shane and Iris Hilke as discussants. We introduce exciting new offerings in the Optional Pre-Conference Program. Rather than a Thursday evening Master Class Lecture, we will feature a stimulating dialogue between Gianni Nebbiosi and Hazel Ipp on the topic: How Do You Work With and Teach About Gender and Sexuality in the Clinical Exchange? Ernest Wolf will chair the discussion. Another innovation will be a Scientific Day in Three Parts. Elisabeth Fivaz-Depeursinge of Lausanne will present A Developmental Systems View of Mothers, Fathers and Infants: The Primary Triangle. This fascinating research will be illustrated on video and discussed by George Downing of Paris and Beatrice Beebe. Back by popular demand will be the Introductory Course on Self Psychology as well as the Workshops on Art, Creativity and Self Psychology; Studies in Intersubjectivity; and The Self and Orientation. The Kohut Lecture entitled A Kohutian Loose in the Land of Plurality and Diversity, will be presented by Joseph D. Lichtenberg with an introduction by Ernest S. Wolf. The Original Paper and Workshop Sessions continue to enliven our meetings with the clinical and theoretical creativity of our members. Many of you may remember the enthusiasm generated by our prior innovative Washington meeting. We invite you to come help us surpass it! Joseph D. Lichtenberg, Chairman with Ronald Bodansky, Frank Lachmann, Russell Meares, Rosemary Segalla, Estelle Shane and David Terman OPTIONAL PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS Thursday, October 24, 2002 1:00 - 4:15 PM Workshops A, B, C, and D are offered simultaneously before the Pre-Conference Courses. There will be a 15 minute break at 2:45 P.M. Optional Workshop A INTERSUBJECTIVE SYSTEMS: PRACTICE AND THEORY . This workshop will (1) clarify the various uses of “intersubjectivity” in contemporary psychoanalysis; (2) review the major theoretical concepts of intersubjective systems theory; and (3) explore the clinical consequences of this mode of thought. These include an emphasis on the emotional convictions organizing worlds of experience, and on the radical reflexivity of the relational attitude. Finally, we de-emphasize questions of reality and focus instead on the emergence of understanding in the analytic dialogue. Participants are encouraged to read, as much as possible, the books of Stolorow, Atwoood, Brandchaft, Orange, Buirski and Haglund, and to bring short clinical vignettes for discussion. Co-Leaders: Donna M. Orange, PhD, PsyD Peter Buirski, PhD Pamela E. Haglund, PsyD Optional Workshop B ART, CREATIVITY AND SELF PSYCHOLOGY This innovative workshop explores the rich application of self psychology to the aesthetics of the self and the creative process. Dr. Rotenberg will read a new paper titled Aesthetic Dimension of the Self. Mr. Hagman will present an analysis of the work of the French painter Pierre Bonnard using a contemporary psychoanalytic approach. A special feature of the workshop will be a “field trip” to the Phillip’s Collection (a primer museum of modern art) to enjoy an exhibition of Bonnard’s early and late paintings. Participants will be encouraged to explore their own creative thinking and aesthetic tastes through group discussion. (Please note: Museum admission fee will be paid by individual Workshop participants upon entering the museum.) Co-Leaders: George A. Hagman, CSW, LCSW Carl T. Rotenberg, MD OPTIONAL PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS (continued) Thursday, October 24, 2002 1:00 - 4:15 PM Optional Workshop C SELF AND ORIENTATION: WHEN ORIENTATIONS DIFFER This year we will explore how differing orientations affect the clinical dyad. The dimensions of transference, counter-transference and resistance can all be affected in unique and at times productive ways when the orientation of patient and clinician differ. A paper will explore these issues and an analytic case presented with emphasis on how the patient wove the analyst orientation into the transference and resistance. Amanda Kottler will present Sameness and Difference in the Intersubjective Space Between the Therapist and Patient – How Does Internalized Homophobia and Homosexual Adult Development Affect the Work of the Homosexual Therapist? R. Dennis Shelby will present Orientation and the Playground of Transference and Resistance. Co-Leaders: Amanda E. Kottler, MA, Clin. Psych. R. Dennis Shelby, PhD Optional Workshop D A Scientific Day in Three Parts THE INFANCY OF THE FATHER-MOTHER-CHILD TRIANGLE: A DEVELOPMENTAL SYSTEMS VIEW Part I: The Primary Triangle Observing father, mother, and infant trialogue play reveals infants who bid to share their attention and affects with their parents as early as twelve weeks of age. Parents in turn validate these bids so that threesome intersubjective communion emerges. These findings and their far-reaching implications will be illustrated through slides and videos that demonstrate the research design. This presentation and extensive discussion will be carried forward from the Pre-Conference Workshop to two further meetings (Session A #1 and Session B #4) in the original papers session. Presenter: Elisabeth Fivaz-Depeursinge, PhD, PD, MER Moderators: George Downing, PhD Beatrice Beebe, PhD PRE-CONFERENCE PROGRAM Pre-Conference Courses 1, 2, 3 and 4 will take place Thursday evening, October 24, 2002 from 7:00 - 9:00 PM and Friday morning, October 25, 2002 from 9:00 - 11:45 AM. Coffee and breakfast rolls will be provided on Friday morning from 8:00 - 9:00 AM. There will be a 15 minute break at 10:15 AM. 1. INTRODUCTION TO SELF PSYCHOLOGY This course will provide an in-depth overview of basic concepts. We will describe how relational, intersubjective and motivational systems theory extend, elaborate and alter self psychology. Part I, on Thursday evening, will provide a theoretical overview. Part 2, on Friday morning, will focus on its application to the clinical process, through the examination of therapist-patient interactions and intersubjective experience. The course is suitable for psychoanalysts and psychotherapists interested in a review of concepts, controversies and new developments in self psychology. Part 1: Thursday Evening 7:00 - 9:00 PM Part 2: Friday Morning 9:00 - 11:45 AM Co-leaders: Gary M. Rodin, MD Samuel O. Izenberg, MD 2. ADVANCED COURSE IN SELF PSYCHOLOGY Intended for registrants already familiar with the practice of self psychology, this course consists of a presentation on Thursday evening and clinically focused discussion groups on Friday morning. Part 1: Thursday Evening Section: 7:00 - 9:00 PM Title: How Do You Work With and Teach About Gender and Sexuality in the Clinical Exchange? Chair: Ernest S. Wolf, MD Presenters: Hazel R. Ipp, PhD Gianni Nebbiosi, PhD Part 2: Friday Morning Section: 9:00 – 11:45 AM Participants will attend one of several Master Classes in the form of clinical case presentations with the discussions led by a senior self psychologists. Please indicate your choices, in order of preference, from 1 - 10 from the list on the Conference Registration Form. Master Class groups will be assigned on a first-come (paid), first-served basis. Those interested in attending a Master Class of their choice should apply early. We regret that exceptions cannot be made to allow additional registrants once a Master Class has reached maximum capacity. PRE-CONFERENCE PROGRAM (continued) Pre-conference Courses 1, 2, 3 and 4 will take place Thursday evening, October 24, 2002 from 7:00 - 9:00 PM and Friday morning, October 25, 2002 from 9:00 - 11:45 AM. Coffee and breakfast rolls will be provided on Friday morning from 8:00 - 9:00 AM. There will be a 15 minute break at 10:15 AM. 3. COUPLES THERAPY COURSE This course will demonstrate several approaches to therapy with couples, informed by self psychology, intersubjectivity, and intersubjective systems theory. The course will provide a basic overview of the fluctuating selfobject needs of adult partners. It will also present a dynamic systems view of relationships that enables clinicians to understand the figure/ground relationship between present day problems and genetic material. Finally, a third approach that stresses a clinical focus on narcissistic vulnerability will also be discussed. Specific topics will include: creating a more optimal selfobject milieu, the empathic listening stance, dealing with trauma, applying infant research to couples, and the importance of protecting vulnerable moments. The course will make extensive use of case material and will include small group discussions of participants’ cases. Part 1: Thursday Evening 7:00 - 9:00 PM Part 2: Friday Morning 9:00 - 11:45 AM Co-Leaders: Martin S. Livingston, PhD Carla M. Leone, PhD David Shaddock, MA, MFT 4. GROUP THERAPY COURSE This course will teach participants about the application of self psychological principles to group psychotherapy. It is designed to teach and apply Kohutian, intersubjectivity, and motivational systems theory. Further advances to be taught also include the application of infant research to group therapy models, the multiple selfobject model, and groupobject theory. In addition to the theoretical presentations, there will be a demonstration group designed to highlight a co-therapy model of treatment and the range of intervention strategies from a self psychology perspective. Part 1: Thursday Evening 7:00 - 9:00 PM Part 2: Friday Morning 9:00 - 11:45 AM Co-leaders: Rosemary A. Segalla, PhD Damon L. Silvers, PhD Bruce S. Wine, PhD A Self Psychological Approach to Gender and Sexuality MAIN CONFERENCE PROGRAM Friday Afternoon – October 25, 2002 1:00 - 1:15 PM WELCOME Joseph D. Lichtenberg, MD Chair, 25th Annual International Conference 1:15 - 2:45 PANEL I Title: GENDER AND SEXUALITY A Challenge for Self Psychology Chair: Sanford Shapiro, MD Presenters: Shelley R. Doctors, PhD Malcolm O. Slavin, PhD Discussant: Estelle Shane, PhD 2:45 - 3:15 Coffee Break 3:15 - 4:45 PANEL II Title: GENDER AND SEXUALITY Female Analyst, Male Patient Chair: Ronald A. Bodansky, PhD Presenter: Nancy P. VanDerHeide, PhD Discussants: Ken Corbett, PhD Hans-Peter Hartmann, MD, MA Saturday, October 26, 2002 7:30 - 8:30 AM Coffee and Breakfast Rolls 8:30 - 10:00 PANEL III Title: GENDER AND SEXUALITY Male Analyst, Female Patient Chair: Brenda C. Solomon, MD Presenter: Michael D. Clifford, MDiv, CSW Discussants: Virginia I. Goldner, PhD Sandra M. Kiersky, PhD Please note: For further information about the Panels or Original Papers/Workshops, please visit our web site at http:www.selfpsychology.org. Saturday, October 26, 2002 (continued) 10:00 - 10:30 Coffee Break 10:30 - 12:00 PM Post Panel Discussion Groups Registrants will meet to discuss the first three panels. Participants will be randomly assigned to Discussion Groups. Each group will be led by experienced clinicians. 12:15 - 2:00 PM Optional Luncheon (See Conference Registration Form for gee information.) 12:45 Tribute to Arnold Goldberg A Special Tribute to Arnold Goldberg for his 25 Years as Editor of Progress in Self Psychology Presentation of the Kohut Memorial Fund Prize Presented by: Allen R. Siegel, MD Recipient: Diane E. Simmons, PhD 1:00 - 2:00 Kohut Memorial Lecture Title: A Kohutian Loose in the Land of Plurality and Diversity Introduction: Ernest S. Wolf, MD Presenter: Joseph D. Lichtenberg, MD 2:15 - 3:45 ORIGINAL PAPERS/WORKSHOPS Session A 1. Workshop: The Infancy of the Father-Mother-Child Triangle: A Developmental Systems View Part II: The Development of Triangulation Up to Childhood Presenter: Elisabeth Fivaz-Depeursinge, PhD, PD, MER Moderators: George Downing, PhD Beatrice Beebe, PhD 2. Title: Emerging Voices: Group Therapy with Pre-teens Presenter: Deborah S. Marks, MSW, MEd Moderator: Susanna Federici-Nebbiosi, PhD 3. Title: A World of Systems: Complexity Theory and Therapeutic Action Presenter: William J. Coburn, PhD, PsyD Moderator: Henry J. Friedman, MD 4. Title: Psychoanalysis and Antidepressant Medication Presenter: Alan R. Kindler, MBBS, FRCP(C) Moderator: Arthur Malin, MD 5. Title: Genderbending, Lechers and Libertines in Richard Strauss’s Opera Der Rosenkavalier Presenters: Frank M. Lachmann, PhD Annette Lachmann, MA 6. Title: The Analyst’s Sham(e): Collapsing Into a One-Person Psychology Presenter: Jennifer Leighton, MSW Moderator: Peter Buirski, PhD Saturday, October 26, 2002 (continued) 2:15 - 3:45 7. Title: To Move or Not to Move, To Love or Not to Love, To Become or Not to Become? An Application of Trauma, Attachment and Neurobiology Presenter: Irene N. H. Harwood, MSW, PhD, PsyD Moderator: Russell A. Meares, MD, FRCPsych, FRANZCP 8. Title: John Adams and Benjamin Rush Exchange Dreams Presenter: Miriam Elson, BA, AM Moderator: Marian D. Tolpin, MD 9. Workshop: From Supervision to Intervision: A New Approach to Group Supervision Based on Self Psychology and Intersubjectivity Presenters: Franco S. Paparo, MD, PhD Cristina Bonucci, PhD Nicola Ciccone, MD Moderator: Bruce S. Wine, PhD This is a Bilingual Workshop – English/Italian. 10. Workshop: Healing the Wounds of Healing: A Self Psychological Workshop on “Burnout” Presenters: Doris Brothers, PhD Ellen J. Lewinberg, MSW Annette Richard, M Ps Moderator: David M. Terman, MD 11. Workshop: Once More, With Feeling: Why Radical Theories of Gender and Sexuality Don’t Go Far Enough Presenters: Judith R. Kaufman, MSW Peter F. Kaufmann, PhD Moderator: Sandra M. Kiersky, PhD 12. Workshop: What Does Dostoevsky Teach Us About Self Psychology in his Poor Folk and in his The Best Short Stories of Dostoevsky? Part I Author: Paul H. Ornstein, MD Moderator: Rafael D. Ornstein, MD 3:45 - 4:15 Coffee Break 4:15 - 5:45 ORIGINAL PAPERS/WORKSHOPS Session B 1. Title: The Dialogue Within: A Consideration of the Process of the Pre-reflective Unconscious and Therapeutic Action Presenter: Jacqueline J. Gotthold, PsyD Moderator: Bernard Brickman, MD 2. Title: Some Further Thoughts on Empathy and Authenticity: Their Dialectical Tension and Common Ground in the Analyst’s Affect Presenter: Judy Guss Teicholz, EdD Moderator: Donna M. Orange, PhD, PsyD Saturday, October 26, 2002 (continued) 4:15 - 5:45 3. Title: The Emergence of an Extraordinary Self: The Life of Lucretia Coffin Mott Presenter: Lucy D. Freund, PhD Moderator: Jane C. Jordan, LCSW 4. Workshop: The Infancy Of The Father-Mother-Child Triangle: A Developmental Systems View Part III: Triangulation in Problematic Family Alliances Presenter: Elisabeth Fivaz-Depeursinge, PhD, PD, MER Moderators: George Downing, PhD Beatrice Beebe, PhD 5. Title: Psychoanalytic Response-Ability: A Postmodern Self Psychological Perspective Presenters: Lynn Preston, MA, MS Ellen Shumsky, MSW Moderator: Howard A. Bacal, MD, FRCP(C) 6. Title: From Drive to Affectivity: Contextualizing Psychological Life Presenter: Robert D. Stolorow, PhD Moderator: Susan G. Lazar, MD 7. Title: Trauma and Recovery: A Story of Personal Transformation and Healing in the Terror of 9/11/01 Presenter: Todd F. Walker, PsyD Moderator: Frederick Feirstein, NCPsyA 8. Title: Creativity, Amodal Perception, the Sensual and Exploratory/Assertive Motivational Systems, and the Modern Dance Choreographer Presenter: Carol M. Press, EdD Moderator: Arthur A. Gray, PhD 9. Title: “We’ll be in Touch:” Gas-Lighting, Transference, Empathy and Forthrightness Presenter: Andrew P. Morrison, MD Moderator: Ruth Gruenthal, MSW 10. Workshop: Four Institutes, Four Stories – An Intimate Glimpse Into Psychoanalytic Training Across America Presenters: Elizabeth M. Carr, MSN Christine C. Kieffer, PhD Amy Joelson, MSW Leonard Bearne, MA Moderator: Jule P. Miller, Jr., MD 11. Title: The God Who Didn’t Disappear: Psychoanalysis, Religious Experience and Transformation Presenter: Margaret J. Sperry, PsyD, MFT Moderator: Tessa M. Philips, MA Saturday, October 26, 2002 (continued) 12. KOHUT MEMORIAL PRIZE LECTURE Title: Chivalry, “Mutiny” and Sherlock Holmes: Three Aspects of Imperial Grandiosity and Rage Presenter: Diane E. Simmons, PhD Moderator: Allen M. Siegel, MD 6:15 - 10:30 Conference Reception Please join your colleagues for a light Dinner Buffet followed by music and dancing. (This is an optional ticketed event at an additional fee; see Conference Registration Form.) Sunday, October 27, 2002 7:30 - 8:30 AM Coffee and Breakfast Rolls 8:30 - 10:00 ORIGINAL PAPERS/WORKSHOPS Session C 1. Title: Aspects of Conscious, Unconscious and Nonconscious Communications: Clinical Examples of Subliminal and Supraliminal Priming Presenter: Fonya L. Helm, PhD Moderator: Gary M. Rodin, MD 2. Workshop: Love and Anger Within the Analytic Relationship: A Clinical Workshop Presenter: James L. Fosshage, PhD Moderator: Stefan A. Pasternack, MD 3. Title: The Artistic Self and Artists’ Selfobjects: Relational Perspectives on the Artistic Process Presenters: Alan Roland, PhD Moderator: Carl T. Rotenberg, MD 4. Title: Couples Therapy as Therapy: Fostering Individual Growth in Conjoint Contexts Presenter: David Shaddock, MA, MFT Moderator: Mary D. Dluhy, MSW 5. Title: The Telephone Speaks: Self Psychological Concepts as a Framework for Long Term Therapy by Telephone Presenter: Judith Rustin, CSW Moderator: Sanford Shapiro, MD 6. Title: Repetition’s Antidote: The Fantasy Relationship and Its Role in the Development of Hope and Resilience Presenter: Bruce Herzog, MD, FRCP(C) Moderator: Wolfgang E. Milch, MD Sunday, October 27, 2002 (continued) 8:30 - 10:00 7. Title: An Atypical Increase in IQ Scores During the Analytic Therapy and the Selfobject Transference Presenter: Shirley C. Geller, PhD Moderator: Robert J. Leider, MD 8. Workshop: The Successful Psychoanalysis of a Case of OCD: The Mind-Body Chasm Presenters: R. Curtis Bristol, MD Bernard Brandchaft, MD Moderator: Maxwell S. Sucharov, MD 9. Title: Bridging Two Worlds: The Analysis of a Hearing Adult of Deaf Parents Presenter: Sandra G. Hershberg, MD Moderator: Dorienne Sorter, PhD 10. Title: Toward the Integration of a Dissociated Personality: A Treatment in Progress Presenter: Michal D. Drabanski, MA, MS Moderator: Richard A. Chefetz, MD 11. Title: Couples in the Playspace: Self Psychology, Dreams, and Couple Therapy Presenter: Martin S. Livingston, PhD Moderator: Harriet Pappenheim, CSW, BCD 12. Workshop: What Does Dostoevsky Teach Us About Self Psychology in his Poor Folk and in his The Best Short Stories of Dostoevsky? Part II Presenter: Paul H. Ornstein, MD Moderator: Rafael D. Ornstein, MD 10:00 - 10:30 Coffee Break 10:30 - 12:00 PM PANEL IV Title: GENDER AND SEXUALITY A Child Case Chair: Joan A. Lang, MD Presenter: Mark D. Smaller, PhD Discussants: Iris Hilke, MA Estelle Shane, PhD 12:00 Adjourn FACULTY AND INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL MEMBERS Member, International Council for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology Honorary Member, International Council for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology KML=Kohut Memorial Lecture PD=Panel Discussant MCC=Master Class Chair PP= Panel Presenter MCP=Master Class Presenter PcCL=Pre-Conference Co-Leader MTA=Meet the Author PcC=Pre-Conference Chair OPM= Original Paper Moderator PcP=Pre-Conference Presenter OPP=Original Paper Presenter PPD=Post Panel Discussion Co-Leader OPcW=Optional Pre-Conf. Workshop Co-Leader WSM=Workshop Moderator PC=Panel Chair WSP=Workshop Presenter Arnetoli, Claudio, MD Istituto di Specializzazione in Psicologia Psicoanalitica del Se' E Psicoanalisi Relazionale Bodansky, Ronald A., PhD (ISIPSe') Rome; Member, Italian Psychoanalytic Coordinator, EFPS (European Federation for Society (MCP) Psychoanalytic Self Psychology); Director, Munich Forum for New Developments in Psychoanalysis Atwood, George E., PhD (PC) Professor of Psychology, Rutgers University; Founding Faculty Member, Institute for the Bolton, Jane, MA, LMFT Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity, New York Advanced Candidate, Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Los Angeles; Member, Bacal, Howard A., MD, FRCP(C) Association of Autonomous Psychoanalytic Training and Supervising Analyst, Institute of Institutes (MCP) Contemporary Psychoanalysis and Southern California Psychoanalytic Institute, Los Angeles; Bonucci, Cristina, PhD Supervising Analyst, Institute for the Member, Italian Psychoanalytic Society (IPA) and Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity (OPM) Italian Self Psychological Society, (SIPSé), Rome, Italy (WSP) Bartosch, Erwin, PhD Psychoanalyst, Founder and Leader, Vienna Circle Brandchaft, Bernard, MD for Psychoanalysis and Self Psychology; Training Executive Committee, International Council for and Supervising Analyst, Vienna Circle for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology; Training and Psychoanalysis and Self Psychology Supervising Analyst, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Institute, Los Angeles, CA (WSP) Bearne, Leonard, MA 4th Year Candidate, Institute of Contemporary Brickman, Bernard, MD Psychoanalysis, Los Angeles; Private Practice, Los Training and Supervising Analyst, Faculty, Angeles, CA (WSP) Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Los Angeles; Assistant Clinical Professor of Beebe, Beatrice, PhD Psychiatry, UCLA School of Medicine (OPM) Associate Clinical Professor of Psychology in Psychiatry, NYSPI, Columbia University; Faculty, Bristol, R. Curtis, MD Institute for the Psychoanalytic Study of Founding Member, Institute for Contemporary Subjectivity; Faculty, NYU Postdoctoral Program Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, Washington, in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis; Faculty DC; Clinical Professor and Co-Director, Program Columbia Psychoanalytic Center (OPcW, WSM) for Post Graduate Studies in Psychiatry and Psychoanalysis, Georgetown University (PPD, Bisgyer, Jay, MD WSP) Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry; Georgetown University School of Medicine; Brothers, Doris, PhD Faculty, Washington Psychoanalytic Institute Co-Founder, Faculty Member, Training and (PPD) Supervising Analyst, The Training and Research Institute for Self Psychology; Member, Board of DiAmbrosio, Phyllis E., PhD Advisors, Institute for the Advancement of Self Supervising and Clinical Staff, Spinal Cord Injury Psychology (WSP) Unit, Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Bronx, NY; Private Practice, Westwood, Buirski, Peter, PhD NJ (MCP) Dean, Graduate School of Professional Psychology, University of Denver; Faculty Dluhy, Mary D., MSW Member, Denver Institute for Psychoanalysis President, Board of Trustees, Clinical Social Work (OPcW, OPM) Institute of Washington, DC; Faculty, Washington School of Psychiatry Group Therapy Training Carr, Elizabeth M., MSN Program, Washington, DC (OPM) Faculty, Washington School of Psychiatry; Candidate, Psychoanalytic Training, Institute of Doctors, Shelley R., PhD Contemporary Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, Supervising Analyst and Faculty, Institute for the Washington, DC (PPD, WSP) Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity; Faculty and Supervisor, National Institute for the Chefetz, Richard A., MD Psychotherapies, Adult Training Program, Child Faculty and Founding Member, Institute of and Adolescent Program and National Training Contemporary Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis; Program in Contemporary Psychoanalysis (PP) President-elect, International Society for the Study of Dissociation (OPM) Downing, George, PhD Chief Psychologist, Psychoanalytically-oriented Ciccone, Nicola, MD Infant Psychiatry Unit, Member, Medical Teaching Member, Training Institute in Psychoanalytic Self Faculty, Salpêtrière Hospital, Paris, France Psychology and Relational Psychoanalysis (OPcW, WSM) (ISIPSé) and Italian Self Psychological Society (SIPSé), Rome, Italy (WSP) Drabanski, Michal D., MA, MS Member, Northwest Center for Psychoanalysis, Clifford, Michael D., MDiv, CSW Portland, OR and the Kansas City Institute for Founding Director, Child and Adolescent Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Kansas City, MO; Psychoanalytic Training Program, National Private Practice, Portland, OR (OPP) Institute for the Psychotherapies; Adjunct Faculty, Ehrenkranz School of Social Work, New York Elson, Miriam, BA, AM University (PP) Lecturer Emerita, School of Social Service, University of Chicago, IL (OPP) Coburn, William J., PhD, PsyD Faculty, Training and Supervising Analyst, Federici-Nebbiosi, Susanna, PhD Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Los Co-Founder, Teacher, ISIPSe' (Training Institute in Angeles, CA; Private Practice, Los Angeles, CA Self Psychology and Relational Psychoanalysis; (MCC, OPP) Member, Advisory Board, International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Corbett, Ken, PhD Psychotherapy (OPM) Co-Editor, Studies in Gender and Sexuality; Private Practice, New York (PD) Feirstein, Frederick, NCPsyA Training Analyst and Faculty, National Cortina, Mauricio, MD Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis and Faculty, Institute of Contemporary Psychotherapy Institute for Expressive Analysis; Private Practice, and Psychoanalysis, Washington, DC; Faculty, New York (OPM) Washington School of Psychiatry. Washington, DC (PPD) Fisch, James M., MD Faculty and Director, Adult Psychoanalytic Detchon, Candace S., PhD Psychotherapy Program, Institute for Co-Director, Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis of Chicago; Training and Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, Washington, Supervising Analyst, Israel Psychoanalytic Institute DC; Private Practice, Washington, DC (PPD) (MCC) Fisch, Josy E., MD Swiss Psychoanalytic Association; Swiss Society Department of Psychiatry, Rush Medical College; for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy; Co-Founder, Faculty, Training and Supervising Analyst, Swiss Self Psychology Forum Institute for Psychoanalysis of Chicago Goldner, Virginia I., PhD Faculty and Supervisor, Training Program in Psychoanalysis, Derner Institute for Advanced Psychological Studies, Adelphia University; Co- Fivaz-Depeursinge, Elisabeth, PhD, PD, MER Editor in Chief, Studies in Gender and Sexuality Professor of Clinical Ethology, University of (PD) Lausanne School of Medicine; President, Head of Gotthold, Jacqueline J., PsyD Research, University Center for Family Studies, Faculty, Supervisor, Coordinating Committee Lausanne, Swizterland (OPcW, WSP) Member, Institute for the Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity; Program Director, Child and Fosshage, James L., PhD Adolescent Training Program, National Institute Co-Founder, Board Directors and Faculty, for the Psychotherapies, New York (OPP) National Institute for the Psychotherapies, New York City, NY; Founding Faculty, Institute for the Gray, Arthur A., PhD Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity, New York Instructor, Supervisor, Lecturer, Jewish Board of City, NY (OPP, PPD) Family and Child Services, Inc.; Instructor, Supervisor, Adult and Group Therapy Freund, Lucy D., PhD Departments, Postgraduate Center for Mental Faculty, Chicago Center for Psychoanalysis; Health; Private Practice, New York (OPM) Adjunct Faculty, Department of Psychiatry, Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago, Gruenthal, Ruth, MSW IL (OPP) Faculty, Training Analyst, Supervisor, Psychoanalytic Training Institute, Postgraduate Friedman, Henry J., MD Center for Mental Health; Faculty, Supervisor, Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard New York University Postdoctoral Program in Medical School; Teaching and Supervising Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy (OPM) Analyst, Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis (OPM, PPD) Haglund, Pamela E., PsyD Adjunct Faculty, Graduate School of Professional Fuqua, Paula B., MD Psychology, University of Denver; Private Faculty, Institute for Psychoanalysis of Chicago; Practice, Denver, CO (OPcW) Private Practice, Chicago, IL (MCC) Hagman, George A., CSW, LCSW Gardner, Jill R., PhD Faculty, Training and Research Institute for Self Faculty, Postgraduate Education Program, Institute Psychology; Director, Outpatient Services, Greater for Psychoanalysis of Chicago; Faculty, Bridgeport Community Health Center; Private Professional Development Program, School of Practice, New York and Stamford, CT (OPcW) Social Service Administration, University of Chicago (MCC) Harms, Andrea, PhD Member, Board of Directors, University Training Gehrie, Mark J., PhD Program for Home Based Early Intervention, Faculty, Training and Supervising Analyst, Vienna; Training Analyst, Vienna Circle for Institute for Psychoanalysis of Chicago; Visiting Psychoanalysis and Self-Psychology, Vienna, Professor, University of Chicago Division of Austria (MCC) General Studies; Private Practice, Chicago, IL Hartmann, Hans-Peter, MD, MA Geller, Shirley C., PhD Member, Giessen Institute of Psychoanalysis; Adjunct Professor, Department of Psychology, Medical Director, Clinic for Psychiatry and Antioch University, Los Angeles; Private Practice, Psychotherapy, Heppenheim, Germany (PD) Burbank, CA (OPP) Harwood, Irene N. H., MSW, PhD, PsyD Goldberg, Arnold I., MD Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Cynthia Oudejans Harris, MD, Professor, Psychiatry, University of California, Los Angeles, CA; Psychoanalyst, Southern California Director of Psychotherapy Training, The Toronto Psychoanalytic Institute, Los Angeles, CA (OPP) Hospital, Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto; Associate Director, Institute for the Hellinger, Marie M., MSW Advancement of Self Psychology, Toronto, Canada Faculty, Washington School of Psychiatry; (PcCL) Candidate, Institute of Contemporary Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, Washington, Jenkins, Salee A., PhD DC (MCP) Faculty, Institute for Psychoanalysis of Chicago; Faculty, Northwestern University Medical School (MCC) Helm, Fonya L., PhD Joelson, Amy, MSW Faculty, Institute of Contemporary Psychotherapy Candidate, Institute for the Psychoanalytic Study and Psychoanalysis, Washington, DC; Training of Subjectivity, New York; Treasurer, Association and Supervising Faculty, Center of Professional for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology (WSP) Psychology, George Washington University (OPP) Jordan, Jane C., LCSW Herberth, Franz, MD Faculty, Training and Supervising Analyst, Member, European Federation of Psychoanalytic Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis; Self Psychology and Weiner Kreis fur Coordinator, ICP North; Private Practice, San Psychoanalyse und Selbstpsychologie (MCC) Francisco and Santa Cruz, CA (MCC, OPM) Hersh, Elizabeth K., MD Karterud, Sigmund W., MD, PhD Psychiatrist and Psychoanalyst in Private Practice, Professor of Psychiatry, University of Oslo; Washington, DC (PPD) Medical Director, Department for Personality Disorders, Drug Addiction and Liaison Psychiatry, Hershberg, Sandra G., MD Psychiatric Clinic, Ullevål University Hospital, Founding Member, Institute of Contemporary Oslo, Norway Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, Washington, DC; Faculty, Washington Psychoanalytic Institute Kaufman, Judith R., MSW (OPP, PPD) Board Member, Faculty, Supervisor, National Institute for the Psychotherapies, New York; Herzog, Bruce, MD, FRCP(C) Private Practice, New York (PPD, WSP) Faculty, Toronto Institute of Psychoanalysis and Institute for the Advancement of Self Psychology; Kaufmann, Peter F., PhD Private Practice, Toronto, Canada (OPP) Faculty and Supervisor, Institute for the Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity and the Hilke, Iris, MA National Institute for the Psychotherapies, New Faculty Member and Supervising Analyst, York (PPD, WSP) Psychoanalytic Institute Stuttgart; Child Analyst in Private Practice, Tübingen Germany (PD) Kieffer, Christine C., PhD Faculty, Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy Hilkert, Fred G., MD Program, Institute for Psychoanalysis of Chicago; Founding Member, Institute of Contemporary Private Practice, Chicago and Evanston, IL (WSP) Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, Washington, DC; Teaching Analyst, Washington Psychoanalytic Kiersky, Sandra M., PhD Institute (PPD) Faculty and Supervising Analyst, Institute for the Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity: Co-Editor, Ipp, Hazel R, PhD Sexualities Lost and Found: Lesbians, Board Member and Faculty, Toronto Institute for Psychoanalysis and Culture, International Psychoanalysis, Toronto Institute for University Press, 2001; Editorial Board, Studies in Contemporary Psychoanalysis and the Institute for Gender and Sexuality (PD, WSM) the Advancement of Self Psychology; Board Member, International Association for Relational Kindler, Alan R., MBBS, FRCP(C) Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy (PcP) Director, Institute for the Advancement of Self Psychology (ISAP), Toronto; Training and Izenberg, Samuel O., MD Supervising Analyst, Toronto Institute of Psychoanalysis (OPP, PPD) Lichtenberg, Joseph D., MD President, International Council for Psychoanalytic Köhler, Lotte E., MD Self Psychology; Emeritus Director, Institute of Member, German and Swiss Psychoanalytic Contemporary Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis Association, Munich, Germany (KML) Kottler, Amanda E., MA, Clin. Psych. Linden, Herbert, MD Psychotherapist in Private Practice, Cape Town, Training and Supervising Analyst, Institute of South Africa (OPcW) Contemporary Psychoanalysis; Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, University of Southern California Lachmann, Annette, MA Adjunct Lecturer, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York (OPP) Lindon, John A., MD Faculty Member, Supervising and Training Lachmann, Frank M., PhD Analyst and Founding Member, Institute of Founding Faculty, Institute for the Psychoanalytic Contemporary Psychoanalysis; Faculty Member, Study of Subjectivity, New York; Author, Supervising and Training Analyst, Southern Transforming Aggression: Psychotherapy with the California Psychoanalytic Institute Difficult-to-Treat Patient (OPP, PPD) Livingston, Martin S., PhD Lang, Joan A., MD Faculty, Training and Research Institute for Self Professor and Chairman, Department of Psychology, New York; Editor, GROUP (PcCL, Psychiatry, St. Louis University School of OPP) Medicine, St. Louis, MO (PC) Malin, Arthur, MD Lazar, Susan G. , MD Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, University of Supervising and Training Analyst, Washington California, Los Angeles School of Medicine; Psychoanalytic Institute; Clinical Professor of Training and Supervising Analyst, Los Angeles Psychiatry, Georgetown University School of Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, Southern Medicine, George Washington University School California Psychoanalytic Institute, and Institute of of Medicine (OPM, PPD) Contemporary Psychoanalysis (OPM) Leider, Robert J., MD Marino, Linda L., PhD Faculty, Training and Supervising Analyst, Advanced Candidate, Institute for Psychoanalysis Institute for Psychoanalysis of Chicago; Private of Chicago; Private Practice, Chicago, IL (MCP) Practice, Chicago, IL (OPM) Marks, Deborah S., MSW, MEd Leighton, Jennifer, MSW Member, Institute of Contemporary Psychotherapy Supervisor and Training Analyst, Harlem Family and Psychoanalysis; Member, Greater Washington Institute, New York; Member of Coordinating Society for Clinical Social Work (OPP) Committee, Association for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology (OPP) McGrath, Catherine A., MBBS, BA, Dip Psych (ANZAP) Leone, Carla M., PhD Faculty, Australia and New Zealand Association of Faculty, Professional Development Program, Psychotherapy; Private Practice, Wollongong, School of Social Service Administration, Australia (MCP) University of Chicago; Private Practice, Skokie, IL (PcCL) Meares, Russell A., MD, FRCPsych, FRANZCP Lewinberg, Ellen J., MSW Professor of Psychiatry, University of Sydney; Past President, Supervisor and Faculty, Institute for Academic Head, Western Area of Sydney, Mental the Advancement of Self Psychology; Past Health Services, NSW, Australia (OPM) President, Supervisor and Faculty, Toronto Child Psychoanalytic Program, Toronto, Canada (WSP) Mermelstein, Jeffrey J., PhD Graduate and Member, New York University Postdoctoral Society; Member, Psychoanalytic Psicoanalitica del Se' E Psicoanalisi Relazionale Society of Upstate New York (MCC) (ISIPSe') Rome (MCC, OPcW, OPM) Meyers, Sheldon J., MD Ornstein, Anna, MD Supervising and Training Analyst, Faculty, Professor of Child Psychiatry (Emerita), University Institute for Psychoanalysis of Chicago; of Cincinnati; Lecturer in Psychiatry, Harvard Supervisor, Department of Psychiatry, Rush Medical School, Boston, MA Medical School, Chicago, IL (PPD) Ornstein, Paul H., MD Milch, Wolfgang E., MD Professor of Psychiatry and Psychoanalysis Member, Institute of Psychoanalysis and (Emeritus), University of Cincinnati; Lecturer in Psychotherapy, Giessen, Germany; Senior Psychiatry, Harvard University (Massachusetts Psychiatrist, Clinic for Psychosomatics and Mental Health Center (WSP) Psychotherapy, University of Giessen, Germany (MCC, OPM) Miller, Jr., Jule P., MD Training and Supervising Analyst, and former Director, St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute; Ornstein, Rafael D., MD Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, St. Louis Instructor in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School; University School of Medicine (WSM) Candidate, Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute (WSM) Morrison, Andrew P., MD Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Paparo, Franco S., MD, PhD Medical School; Supervising Analyst, Member, Italian Psychoanalytic Society; Member Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis (MCC, International Council for Psychoanalytic Self OPP) Psychology; Consultant Psychiatrist Emeritus (WSP) Munschauer, Carol A. , PhD Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, State Pappenheim, Harriet, CSW, BCD University of New York at Buffalo School of Faculty and Supervisor, Postgraduate Center for Medicine; President, Psychoanalytic Society of Mental Health and Psychoanalytic study Center, Upstate New York (MCC) Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy (OPM) Nebbiosi, Gianni, PhD President, Co-Founder and Training Analyst, Pasternack, Stefan A., MD ISIPSe' (Istituto di Specializzazione in Psicologia Faculty, Institute for Contemporary Psychoanalysis Psicoanalitica del Se' E Psicoanalisi Relazionale) and Psychotherapy, Washington, DC; Co-Director, Rome; Training Analyst, National Institute for the Advanced Studies Program in Psychiatry and Psychotherapies, New York; Corresponding Psychoanalysis, Georgetown University; Faculty, Member, Institute of Contemporary Baltimore-Washington Institute for Psychoanalysis Psychoanalysis, Los Angeles (PcP) (OPM, PPD) Nigro, Nancy A., MSW, RSW Philips, Tessa M., MA Psychotherapist is Private Practice, Victoria, BC, Faculty, Master of Medicine (Psychotherapy) Canada (MCP) University of Sydney, Australia; Faculty, Past President, Australia New Zealand Association of Olsen, Charles T., MD Psychotherapy (MCC, OPM) President; Washington Psychoanalytic Foundation; Founding Member and Faculty, Institute for Philipson, Ilene J., PhD Contemporary Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis; Clinical Psychologist, Sociology Department, Teaching Analyst, Washington Psychoanalytic University of California, Berkeley; Private Institute (PPD) Practice, Oakland, CA (MCP) Orange, Donna M., PhD, PsyD Press, Carol M., EdD Faculty and Supervising Analyst, Institute for the Dance Artist-in-Residence and Mentor, Santa Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity, New York Barbara County Schools, California; Research and Istituto di Specializzazione in Psicologia Coordinator, National Dance Education Organization, Washington, DC (OPP) DC (PcCL, PPD) Preston, Lynn, MA, MS Shaddock, David, MA, MFT Co-director, Two Year Training Program, Training Clinical Supervisor, The Wright Institute; Private and Research Institute for Self Psychology, New Practice, Oakland, CA (OPP, PcCL) York; Faculty, Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy, New York (OPP) Shane, Estelle, PhD Founding Member, Training and Supervising Richard, Annette, M Ps Analyst, Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis; Lecturer, Department of Psychology, Université de Faculty, Department of Psychiatry, University of Montreal; Private Practice, Outremont, Quebec, California, Los Angeles (PD) Canada (WSP) Shane, Mary Gales, MD Ringstrom, Philip A., PhD, PsyD Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Training and Supervising Analyst, Faculty Psychiatry, University of California, Los Angeles, Member Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis, CA Los Angeles, CA (PPD) Shane, Morton, MD Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, University of Rodin, Gary M., MD California, Los Angeles, CA Professor of Psychiatry, University of Toronto; Shapiro, Sanford, MD Executive Member, Toronto Society for Training and Supervising Analyst, San Diego Contemporary Psychoanalysis; Faculty, the Psychoanalytic Society and Institute and the Toronto Psychoanalytic Society (OPM, PcCL) Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Los Angeles (OPM, PC) Roland, Alan, PhD Faculty and Board of Directors, National R. Dennis Shelby, PhD Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis; Advanced Candidate, Institute for Psychoanalysis Member, American Society of Contemporary of Chicago; Faculty, Institute for Clinical Social Artists (OPP) Work, Chicago, IL (OPcW) Rosenstein, Richard B., MD Shumsky, Ellen, MSW Training and Supervising Analyst, Southern Faculty and Supervisor, Training and Research California Psychoanalytic Institute; Training and Institute for Self Psychology and Institute for Supervising Analyst, Institute of Contemporary Contemporary Psychotherapy, New York; (OPP) Psychoanalysis, Los Angeles, CA Siegel, Allen M., MD Rotenberg, Carl T., MD Faculty, Institute for Psychoanalysis of Chicago; Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Yale Chair, Kohut Memorial Fund (OPM) University, New Haven, CT; Psychoanalytic Faculty, Institute of New York Medical College Silvers, Damon L., PhD (OPcW, OPM) Faculty and Founding Member, Institute of Contemporary Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, Rustin, Judith, CSW Washington, DC; Adjunct Assistant Professor, Faculty, Institute for the Psychoanalytic Study of Counseling Psychology Program, University of Subjectivity: Private Practice, New York (OPP) Maryland, College Park, MD (PcCL, PPD) Sauberman, Paolo, MD Simmons, Diane E., PhD Full Member, Brazilian Psychoanalytic Society of Assistant Professor of English, Borough of Rio de Janerio, Brazil and the International Manhattan Community College, City University of Psychoanalytic Association, London New York (OPP) Segalla, Rosemary A., PhD Slavin, Malcolm O., PhD Director, Institute of Contemporary Psychotherapy Past President, Founding Faculty and Supervising and Psychoanalysis, Washington, DC; Faculty, Analyst, Massachusetts Institute for National Group Psychotherapy Institute of the Psychoanalysis; Co-Editor in Chief, Comparative Washington School of Psychiatry, Washington, Psychoanalysis (PP) Smaller, Mark D., PhD Terman, David M., MD Faculty, Institute for Psychoanalysis of Chicago; Training and Supervising Analyst, Faculty, Faculty, Institute for Clinical Social Work, Institute for Psychoanalysis of Chicago; Private Chicago, IL (PP) Practice, Chicago, IL (WSM) Smith, Leslie F., MSW Tolpin, Marian D., MD Faculty, Washington School of Psychiatry and Training and Supervising Analyst, Institute for Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis of Chicago; Clinical Professor of Psychoanalysis, Psychotherapy Training Program; Psychiatry, Chicago Medical School (OPM) Private Practice, Washington, DC and Silver Tolpin, Paul H., MD Spring, MD (MCP, PPD) Faculty, Training and Supervising Analyst, Institute for Psychoanalysis of Chicago Solomon, Brenda C., MD Training and Supervising Analyst, Institute for Tredgold, Rosemary, BA, ANZAP Psychoanalysis of Chicago; Assistant Clinical Member, New Zealand Association of Professor, Dept. of Psychiatry, University of Psychotherapists and New Zealand Association of Illinois College of Medicine (PC) Counselors Solomon, David S., MD Trop, Jeffrey L., MD Faculty, Institute for Psychoanalysis of Chicago; Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Private Practice, Chicago, IL University of California, Los Angeles School of Sorter, Dorienne, PhD Medicine; Training and Supervising Analyst, Faculty and Supervisor, Institute for the Faculty, Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity and Los Angeles Postgraduate Center for Mental Health; Private Practice, New York (OPM) VanDerHeide, Nancy P., PsyD Board Member, Institute of Contemporary Sperry, Margaret J., PsyD, MFT Psychoanalysis; Faculty, Psychoanalytic Training and Supervising Analyst, Institute for Psychotherapy Training Program, Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Los Angeles; Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Los Angeles; Private Practice, West Los Angeles and Pasadena, Private Practice, Brentwood, CA (PP) CA (OPP) Walker, Todd F., PsyD Stolorow, Robert D., PhD Adjunct Professor, School of Professional Founding Faculty Member, Training and Psychology, Wright State University, Private Supervising Analyst, Institute of Contemporary Practice, Cincinnati, OH (OPP) Psychoanalysis, Los Angeles; Founding Faculty Member, Institute for Psychoanalytic Study of Wine, Bruce S., PhD Subjectivity, New York (OPP) Supervisor and Faculty, Institute of Contemporary Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, Washington, Sucharov, Maxwell S., MD DC; Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Board Member, Western Canada Psychoanalytic Psychology, University of Maryland (PcCL, PPD, Psychotherapy Association; Private Practice, WSM) Vancouver, Canada (MCC, PPD, WSM) Wolf, Ernest S., MD Szor, Henry, MD Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Northwestern Director, Out-patient Clinic, Abarbanel Mental University School of Medicine; Faculty, Training Health Center, Israel; Psychotherapy Department, and Supervising Analyst, Institute for Sackler Medical School, Tel Aviv University, Psychoanalysis of Chicago (PcC) Israel (MCP) Teicholz, Judith Guss, EdD Faculty and Supervising Analyst, Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis (MIP), Private Practice, Cambridge, MA (OPP) Member, International Council for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology Honorary Member, International Council for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology 2002 PROGRAM PLANNING COMMITTEE Ronald A. Bodansky, PhD Frank M. Lachmann, PhD Joseph D. Lichtenberg, MD Russell A. Meares, MD, FRCPsych Paul H. Ornstein, MD Rosemary Segalla, PhD Estelle Shane, PhD David M. Terman, MD Important Announcement About Our Mailings This may be the only announcement you will receive about the 2002 Annual International Conference on The Psychology of The Self. In an effort to save costs and preserve precious resources, the conference announcement will not be mailed again in August. Your name may be on several proprietary mailing lists which we are not allowed to merge with our own list to eliminate duplicate mailings. If you receive multiple copies of the brochure, we encourage you to share your extra brochures with interested colleagues! Program Updates on the Internet To reference the program in detail on the Internet, visit our web site at http://www.selfpsychology.org Mark Your Calendar! The 26th Annual International Conference on The Psychology of The Self November 6 – 9, 2003 Chicago, Illinois CONTINUING EDUCATION This conference is intended psychoanalysts, psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, psychiatric nurses and marriage and family counselors. The conference is organized to facilitate maximum opportunity for questions, comments and dialogue between audience and presenters, allowing clinicians to engage in an extensive variety of topics relevant to the field of self psychology. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES: At the conclusion of this conference, participants will be able to: 1. Grasp the broad range of issues relevant to a self psychological understanding of gender and sexuality; 2. To recognize issues of gender and sexuality that affect patient and therapist in an ongoing self psychological treatment; 3. To appreciate the connections between self psychology and relational, developmental, and other theories; 4. Apply self psychology to groups, creativity and the treatment of diverse patient populations. ************************************ ACCREDITATION This conference is presented by the International Council for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology and sponsored by the Institute of Contemporary Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, Washington, DC and the Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Los Angeles, CA. This Program is co-sponsored by The Institute of Contemporary Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis. The Institute of Contemporary Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis is approved by the American Psychological Association to offer continuing education for psychologists. The Institute of Contemporary Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis maintains responsibility for this program. FULL ATTENDANCE AT THE CONFERENCE IS REQUIRED TO RECEIVE AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT. We regret that partial credit cannot be awarded. The Institute of Contemporary Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis is approved by the Maryland Board of Social Work Examiners to offer Category I continuing education credit for social workers. This is an activity offered by the Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis, a CMA accredited provider. Physicians attending this course may report up to 21.0 hours of Category 1 credits toward the California Medical Association’s Certification in Continuing Medical Education and the American Medical Associations Physician’s Recognition Award. Thursday Afternoon Optional Workshops = 3.0 CE Hours Thursday/Friday Pre-Conference Courses = 4.5 CE Hours Friday-Sunday Main Conference Program = 12.5 CE Hours One additional CE Hour is awarded for the Saturday Luncheon Presentation. Purchase of the luncheon ticket is required to be eligible for the associated CE credit. REGISTRATION Registration for the conference allows attendance at all sessions of the Main Conference, coffee and breakfast rolls on Saturday and Sunday mornings, all scheduled coffee breaks, and a copy of Progress in Self Psychology, Volume 18. An Optional Luncheon will be held on Saturday for an additional charge. Only those purchasing a ticket for the luncheon will receive of continuing education credit for the luncheon lecture. PLEASE NOTE: Due to escalating costs for this conference, the Conference Reception is now offered as an optional event at a modest additional fee. The Saturday evening Conference Reception will feature a light dinner buffet, music and dancing. Please see the Conference Registration Form for fee information. Tickets may be purchased by participants wishing to bring a guest to breakfast each day, the optional Luncheon on Saturday, or the Saturday evening Reception. Please refer to the Conference Registration Form for fee information. The papers and discussions being presented during Panels I, II, III and IV will be translated into Italian. Please indicate on the conference registration form if you would like to purchase a set of translated papers. The fee is $25.00. Papers in Italian will be distributed at the Conference Registration Desk during on-site registration. SESSION SELECTIONS Because of the number of concurrent sessions at this conference and the limited size of some meeting rooms, early registration is strongly advised to ensure a place in your preferred sessions. Session assignments will be made strictly on a first-come (paid), first-served basis. Please refer to the program and indicate your selections on the Conference Registration Form. Return your completed Conference Registration Form with your check or credit card information no later than September 26, 2002, to be eligible for the early registration fees. Please note that registrations postmarked after September 26 will be subject to the regular conference fee. We regret that exceptions cannot be made to allow additional registrants into a workshop, course or session that has reached its maximum capacity. REFUND POLICY If your entire registration must be canceled, a refund less $50 will be allowed if requested in writing by October 17, 2002. We regret that refunds cannot be allowed after October 17. AUDIO TAPES Personal audio taping will not be permitted at the Pre-Conference or Main Conference. Failure to abide by this policy may result in expulsion from the conference without refund. Audio Archives International, Inc. has been contracted to audio tape the Optional Pre-Conference Workshops, Pre- Conference Courses and Main Conference (except for those sessions designated as confidential). Facilities will be available at the conference to purchase the tapes. For further information about audio tapes, contact Audio Archives at (818) 957-0874; FAX (818) 957-0876. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT: Pam Wilger or Cass Jones, Conference Managers 25th Annual International Conference on The Psychology of The Self 7916 Convoy Court San Diego, CA 92111-1212 Phone: (858) 565-9921 FAX: (858) 565-9954 Email: email@example.com LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATIONS The 2002 Annual Meeting will take place at the newly remodeled Marriott Wardman Park Hotel located in the Woodley Park area of Washington, D.C. The hotel is located close to a range of wonderful restaurants, shops and galleries. It is just two blocks from the National Zoo, and there is a Metro stop steps from the hotel that affords easy, safe and inexpensive transportation to monuments, shopping, fine dining and all of the attractions of the Capital City. The Marriott Wardman Park is offering Self Psychology conference attendees special conference rates of $199/single or double plus prevailing taxes. To make reservations, contact Marriott Reservations at (800) 228-9290. You may call the hotel directly at (202) 328-2000 or Fax (202) 387-5397 and identify yourself as an Self Psychology Conference participant. A first night's deposit or credit card will guarantee your reservation which must be made by September 23, 2002. The hotel requires at least 7 days notice of cancellation to receive a refund. Check-in time is 3:00 pm. Marriott Wardman Park Hotel 2660 Woodley Road, NW Washington, DC 20008 Phone: (800) 228-9290 or (202) 328-2000 TRAVEL DISCOUNTS SPECIAL DISCOUNT AIRFARES American Airlines is offering a special discount for participants of this 25th Annual International Self Psychology Conference. To receive a discount off the lowest fare for which you are eligible, you or your travel agent may phone: American Airlines Meeting Services Desk at 1-800-433-1790 (from anywhere in the U.S., or Canada) Be sure to mention Authorization Number A71H2AM CAR RENTAL DISCOUNT Hertz has been appointed the official car rental company for the Self Psychology Conference in Toronto, Canada. Special discounted rates with UNLIMITED MILEAGE are available up to one week before and one week after the dates of the meeting. Be sure to protect your transportation needs by making a reservation at least two weeks in advance. Phone the HERTZ Meeting Desk at 1-800-654-2240 within the US; from within Canada 800-263-0600, or your travel agent and give them the meeting ID# CV #01370005 along with the conference name and date, Self Psychology Conference, October 24- 27, 2002. CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FORM 25th Annual International Conference on The Psychology of The Self A SELF PSYCHOLOGICAL APPROACH TO GENDER AND SEXUALITY Make checks payable to Self Psychology Fund. Full payment must accompany registration form. All fees must be paid in U.S. FUNDS DRAWN AGAINST A U.S. BANK. VISA and MasterCard also will be accepted. Fees listed are in U.S. dollars. Please use one form per registration. Form may be photocopied. Please print or type) Last Name ____________________________________________________Degree(s) __________________________ (to be printed on your name tag) First Name ________________________________________________ Middle Initial _________________________ Address ________________________________________________________________________________________ City ______________________________State _____Postal Code ______________Country ____________________ Phone Number (_____) _______________________Fax Number (_____)__________________________________ E-Mail Address_________________________________________________________________________________ Profession____________________________ State/Professional License No._______________________________ (for Continuing Education Certificate) Mailing Label Code__________________________ (To help us minimize multiple mailings, please list the number or code found on the brochure mailing label even if it was not addressed to you.) OPTIONAL PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP FEES Postmarked Postmarked By Sept. 26 After Sept. 26 $ 45 $ 60 Optional Pre-Conference Workshops: (Select One) A. Intersubjective Systems Theory C Self and Orientation: When Orientations Differ B. Art, Creativity and Self Psychology F. The Infancy of the Father-Mother-Child Triangle: . A Developmental Systems View - Part I OPTIONAL PRE-CONFERENCE COURSE REGISTRATION FEES Postmarked Postmarked By Sept. 26 After Sept. 26 If taken with Main Conference $135 $160 Student*, if taken with Main Conference $ 70 $ 80 Pre-Conference Only $160 $185 Pre-Conference Only - Student $ 90 $100 Pre-Conference Courses (Select one): 1. Introductory Course 3. Couples Therapy Course 2. Advanced Course 4. Group Therapy Course PRE-CONFERENCE ADVANCED COURSE IN SELF PSYCHOLOGY If you are registering for the Pre-Conference Advanced Course (Clinical Case Consultation Track), please indicate your choices for the Master Classes (small supervisory groups) in order of preference from 1-10. YOU MUST ATTEND THE GROUP TO WHICH YOU ARE ASSIGNED. Assignments will be made strictly on a first-come, first-served basis. _____William J. Coburn, PhD, PsyD _____Wolfgang E. Milch, MD/Jeffrey J. Mermelstein, PhD _____James M. Fisch, MD _____Andrew P. Morrison, MD _____Paula B. Fuqua, MD _____Carol A. Munschauer, PhD _____Jill R. Gardner, PhD/Salee A. Jenkins, PhD _____Donna M. Orange, PhD, PsyD _____Andrea Harms, PhD, PsyD/Franz Herberth, MD _____Tessa M. Philips, MA _____Jane C. Jordan, LCSW _____Maxwell S. Sucharov, MD *Student registrations MUST be accompanied by a letter from the training director verifying full-time status; photocopies of student ID will not be accepted. MAIN CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FEES Postmarked By Sept. 26 Postmarked After Sept. 26 Professional $330 $360 Student* $200 $220 *Student registration MUST be accompanied by a letter from the Training Director verifying full-time status, photocopies of student ID will not be accepted. Because meeting room capacities are limited by local fire laws, maximum capacities will be strictly adhered to for the concurrent sessions. We regret that we are unable to make exceptions. To avoid disappointment, we urge you to register early to be assured of attending your preferred sessions. ORIGINAL PAPERS AND WORKSHOPS SESSION A: Saturday Afternoon 2:15 - 3:45 PM 1st Choice No._____ 2nd Choice No._____ 3rd Choice No._____ 4th Choice No._____ SESSION B: Saturday Afternoon 4:15 - 5:45 PM 1st Choice No._____ 2nd Choice No._____ 3rd Choice No._____ 4th Choice No._____ SESSION C: Sunday Morning 8:30 -10:00 AM 1st Choice No._____ 2nd Choice No._____ 3rd Choice No._____ 4th Choice No._____ OPTIONAL SATURDAY LUNCHEON FOR CONFERENCE PARTICIPANTS An optional luncheon will be held on Saturday beginning at 12:15 PM. The fee for the lunch and continuing education credit will be $40 U.S. in advance, $45 U.S. at the conference (based on space availability). OPTIONAL SATURDAY EVENING CONFERENCE RECEPTION A light Dinner Buffet followed by music and dancing. The fee for conference registrants and guests is $40 U.S./each in advance, $45 U.S./each at the conference. GUEST MEAL TICKETS AND TRANSLATED PAPER (ITALIAN ONLY) Guest tickets may be purchased for the Saturday Luncheon, the Saturday Evening Reception and for the Continental Breakfasts and Reception combined. In Advance At the Conference Registrant Luncheon Ticket $40 $45 Registrant Reception Ticket $40 $45 Guest Reception Ticket $40 $45 Guest Breakfasts & Reception Tickets $65 $70 Guest Luncheon Ticket $40 $45 TRANSLATED PANEL PAPERS (Italian only) $25/set Guest's Name_______________________________________________________ Will you need any special assistance at the conference? Please list your needs: ____________________________________________________________________________________ Fee Totals: Optional Pre-Conference Workshop Fee $_________ Optional Pre-Conference Course Fee $_________ Main Conference Fee $_________ Optional Luncheon for Registrants $_________ Optional Reception for Registrants $_________ Optional Guest Tickets $_________ Translated Panel Papers $_________ TOTAL AMOUNT DUE $_________ A check is enclosed payable to Self Psychology Fund. Bill my: VISA MasterCard Account #___________________________________________________________Exp. Date__________________ Signature______________________________________________________________________________________ (as it appears on the card) _______________________________________________________________________________________________ Street Address on Credit Card Billing Statement _______________________________________________________________________________________________ City, State or Province Country Zip/Postal Code Mail to: Self Psychology Conference 7916 Convoy Court San Diego, CA 92111-1212 USA Phone: 858-565-9921 Fax: 858-565-9954 A $25.00 U.S. fee will be assessed for returned checks. NOTE: Please make hotel reservations directly with the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel. Attention California Psychologists Effective January 1, 2002, courses that are sponsored by an American Psychological Association approved sponsor will be accepted for continuing education credit by the California Psychological Association Accrediting Agency. Additionally, Continuing Medical Education (CME) courses specifically relevant to the practice of psychology and that are accredited by the California Medical Association (CMA), or the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), will be accepted for continuing education credit by the California Psychological Association. Licensed California psychologists who receive credit for this program will be responsible for submitting verification of this credit, using the MCEP Credit Reporting form, and the $35 participant reporting fee directly to the MCEP Accrediting Agency. Hours will not be reported by the Self Psychology Conference office. For further information regarding the new guidelines or to obtain the MCEP Credit Reporting Form, visit CPA’s web site at: www.calpsychlink.org/accrediting_agency.