The 2020 S. Joseph Nemetz Memorial Lecture
A virtual program with three distinguished psychoanalysts who offer distinct and nuanced perspectives on the nature of psychoanalytic process. Each of our panelists will prepare a brief paper representing their views on process, to be distributed in advance of the conference. Click the banner for more information.
The 2020 Beata Rank Lecture
During these stark months of pandemic and quarantine, we all have turned to screens and the pervasive digital world for work, leisure, and sanity. This is true for adults and also for children and adolescents who navigate school, play, and connections through a digital lens. Although necessary in this period of crisis and isolation, the prevalence of screens and their overuse has been an ever-increasing concern.
Moving Through and Being Moved By: Embodiment in Development and in the Therapeutic Relationship
Psychoanalytic thinking has moved far beyond the neutral analyst and now encompasses the mutual influence between patient and therapist. Click the banner for more information.
"A Separation: Breaking Up Is Hard to Do", an article by this month's BPSI author, Judith A. Yanof. Click the banner to read an excerpt of the content.
BPSI Psychoanalysts and Psychotherapists provide treatment in offices located throughout the Boston, north shore, south shore and metro west area.
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