BPSI Events: Video Recordings
Available to general public – click on the video image to watch:
|The 2019 BPSI S. Joseph Nemetz Memorial Lecture “A Tribute to Tony Kris: Scholar, Teacher, Mentor and Analyst. His contributions to Psychoanalysis and the BPSI Community” recorded on October 5, 2019.|
|The 2019 BPSI Early Childhood Conference “Working with Immigrant Families with Young Children – Promoting Resiliency in the Face of Trauma, Loss, and Fear”. In English, with Spanish sub-titles. Recorded on May 18, 2019.|
|The 2016 BPSI Child Care Conference “Child Development: What Really Matters?” with Jerome Kagan, PhD, and Alexandra Harrison, MD. Recorded on May 7, 2016.|
|The 2014 Solange Skinner Lecture “Three Critics on Freud’s “Remembering, Repeating, and Working Through” with Stephen Greenblatt, Joseph Koerner, Wendy Lesser, and Adam Phillips. Recorded on April 26, 2014.|
|The 2012 BPSI Academic Lecture “Mourning as a Psychological Principle” with Tony Kris, MD, Lucinda DiDomenico, MD, and Rafael Ornstein, MD. Recorded on September 13, 2012.|
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A video recording of the Silberger Paper Prize Award Program Brother’s Keeper: Artist Robert Smithson’s Manifestations of the Replacement Child Experience with the 2020 Award Recipient, Suzaan Boettger, PhD (presenter), Jane Hanenberg, EdD (discussant), and Murray M. Schwartz, PhD (moderator) recorded on May 11, 2021 via ZOOM is available to BPSI members and partners upon request.
A video recording of the lecture Fantasy, Creativity and the World We Live In: Responses to Freud’s ‘Creative Writers and Daydreaming’ (1908) In Honor of Christopher Bullock, MD with with Lucy LaFarge, MD, Patricia Townsend, PhD, John Rosegrant, PhD, and Murray Schwartz, PhD held on Feb 27, 2021 via Zoom is available to BPSI members, partners, researchers, and registered event participants upon request.
A video recording of the 2021 Corneel Lecture, Personality Diagnosis in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy: A Roadmap for Treatment with Jonathan Shedler, PhD and Benjamin Herbstman, MD, MHS held on Feb 3, 2021 via Zoom is available to BPSI members and partners upon request.
Video recording of the 2020 Boston Change Process Study Group Lecture in honor of Jeremy P. Nahum, MD, Moving Through and Being Moved By: Embodiment in Development and in the Therapeutic Relationship held on Dec 5, 2020 via Zoom, is available to BPSI members, partners, researchers, and registered event participants upon request.
Video recording of the 2020 Beata Rank Lecture A Look at Phantasy in the World of Virtual Reality with Susan L. Donner, MD, Richard Frankel, PhD, and Lawrence J. Brown, PhD, held via ZOOM on Nov 21, 2020, is available to BPSI members, partners, and researchers upon request.
Video recording of the 2020 Nemetz Lecture The Place Where We Live: How Do We Think About Psychoanalytic Process with Christine Anzieu-Premmereur, MD, Peter Goldberg, PhD, Michael Parsons, MBBS, and Steven Cooper, PhD on Oct 31, 2020, is available to BPSI members, partners, and researchers upon request.
Video recording of the Explorations in Mind course “Is It Responsible for Mental Health Professionals to Comment on the Mental Fitness or Mental Health of the President in the Public Media?” with Leonard Glass, MD, MPH; Lance Dodes, MD; Michael Robbins, MD; John Martin-Joy, MD, held on Oct 19, 2020, is available to BPSI members, partners, researchers, and registered course participants upon request.
Video recording of the 2019 Skinner Lecture “Ghosts in the Nursery”, in Contemporary Clinical Work, and in Culture with James Herzog, MD; Stephen Seligman, DMH; Maria Tatar, PhD; and Ann Epstein, MD, held at BPSI on April 27, 2019, is available to BPSI members, partners, and researchers upon request.
The 2005 BPSI Workshop “Elvin Semrad: His Principles for Diagnostic Interviews and Therapy” with Max Day, MD, Dan Buie, MD, Sanford Gifford, MD, David Mobley, LICSW. Recorded on May 14, 2005 and published on PEP Web. Follow this link to watch (PEP subscription is required).
Enid Balint’s 1989 visit to BPSI, Peter Fonagy’s 1997 lecture The Changing Aims of Psychoanalysis, Otto Kernberg’s and James Herzog’s 2000 talk on aggression are among our recently digitized event recordings. Some of our video and audio recordings are available only upon request. Check out our lists of recorded BPSI Events and Oral History Interviews and firstname.lastname@example.org to request access to any audio or video ﬁles.