The BPSI Bulletin publishes news of our organization, as well as articles by member contributors on wide ranging topics from within and outside of psychoanalysis. Our Fall/Winter and Spring/Summer Issues document the vibrant life of our community, and the intersection of personal, professional and psychoanalytic perspectives with the social, political and cultural worlds in which we live. In each issue, we hope to illuminate the mission of BPSI as an organization that encourages its members to express individuality, to nurture curiosity, and to illuminate the complexity and value of psychoanalysis in the Boston area and beyond.
LATEST BPSI BULLETIN & ARCHIVES
- In this issue: Psychoanalysis Meets #MeToo, How Can a Democracy Die?, Skinner Program: Race and Emancipation
- In this issue: Up Close and Personal: The Voice of Experience; John Terry Maltsberger: Contributions to the Development of Studies of Suicide and Self-Attack; The Imperfect is Our Paradise; Conversations with People who Hate Me; Implicit Bias, Psychoanalysis, and Racial Bias
- In this issue: Family Values, Dispatching Gum, Reading “On Transience”, There is a Show Tune for Every Occasion, I Am Not Your Negro, 25th Anniversary of the BPSI Child Care Conference
- In this issue: Graduation Requirements from a Pioneer of British Psychoanalysis, Hello Dalí: Notes on the Intersection of Art and Psychoanalysis, Notes on Curating: Reflections on the Practices of Art and Psychoanalysis, Deathbed Wisdom: Conversation and Collaboration
- In this issue: Expanding the Field, Listening & Learning, Teaching Experience, Soul Food, Talking Psychoanalysis in the Midnight Hour
- In this issues: Free Association (Anna Ornstein), “Mounting up the Hill” at BPSI, Couples Therapy Illuminates, Am I Just Playing Baseball?
- In this issue: Comfort Food, Free Association (Axel Hoffer), Self Disclosures and Unknown Passions (Michele Baker), The Psychology of Babies – A Talk by Lynne Murray, The Psychoanalyst in the Classroom, Fox Catcher
- In this issue: Minefields in Their Hearts: The Mental Health of Children in War and Communal Violence (Michele Baker interviews Roberta Apfel and Bennett Simon), Erotic Revelations: Clinical Applications and Perverse Scenarios, The IPA Comes to Boston
- In this issue: PiP Goes to New York, Conversations with Community Trustees Martha Kleinman and Barry Korobokin, Creating a Psychoanalytic Mind: A Psychoanalytic Method and Theory
- In this issue: Conversations with Community Board Members Fred Schultz and Phil Burling, Treating Patients with Eating Disorders, The Patient’s Impact on the Analyst,
- In this issue: The ATP Story: A Personal Take, PiP Goes to New York, Between Winnicott and Lacan: A Clinical Engagement
- In this issue: Writing About Writing, Psychoanalysis in China, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Research: Evidence-Based Practice and Practice-Based Evidence
- In this issue: Boundary Violations, History of 15 Commonwealth Avenue, Early Analysts Located in the Back Bay, Individualizing Gender and Sexuality: Theory and Practice
- In this issue: Building News, PiP Program, Outreach to Schools of Social Work, A Disturbance in the Field: Essays on Transference-Countertransference, The Writing Experience