BPSI's Commitment to Anti-Racism
Our Anti-Racism pledge is a public commitment to acknowledge the history of race and racism as a shared problem that must be addressed by psychoanalysis, as a fundamental issue of human rights, and to give sustained attention to values, priorities, and efforts to achieve meaningful change.
BPSI Bulletin (Spring/Summer 2020)
A biannual publication featuring the writing of BPSI members. (Click on 'BPSI Bulletin' under the 'Who We Are' tab above to read previous editions.)
"The Intergenerational Transmission of Holocaust Trauma: A Psychoanalytic Theory Revisited", an article by this month's BPSI author, Robin Gomolin. Click the banner to read an excerpt of the content.
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