Saturday, December 7th
The target audience for this program is trainees and early career clinicians.
A Special Clinical Program: Race and the Sociopolitical in Clinical Practice
The BPSI Training Outreach Committee is very pleased to invite you to a special post-conference discussion group designed for those who are in training in clinical settings, early career clinicians, academics, and those interested in learning more about psychoanalytic ideas applied in clinical and social settings. The group will be led by current BPSI candidates and aimed at fostering a conversation about the issues raised in the morning program.
The complex issues raised by Celia Brickman and Francisco Gonzalez have important implications for both everyday life and clinical practice. Questions that arise include: How do we wrestle with the unconscious and conscious racism inherent in many of the foundational ideas and texts of psychoanalysis? What have we traditionally subjected to analytic scrutiny and what has been left out? And how does engagement with these issues change what psychoanalysis is and can be?
The discussion group will run from 12:15pm-1:30pm, and lunch will be served.
Jane E. Keat, DPhil, PsyD is a psychologist in private practice in Cambridge, MA, a clinical consultant to nonprofit organizations, and a candidate in adult psychoanalysis at BPSI.
Milay Lemos, LMHC is a counselor in private practice in Cambridge, MA, with a clinical focus on race, gender, and sexuality. She is a candidate in adult psychoanalysis at BPSI, from where she also graduated from the Advanced Training Program (ATP) in psychodynamic psychotherapy.
Cecil R. Webster, Jr., MD is a child, adolescent, and adult psychiatrist in Boston. He is a lecturer in psychiatry at McLean Hospital and Harvard Medical School, and a consultant for diversity health outreach programs at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is a candidate in child and adult psychoanalysis at BPSI.
Laura Werner Larsen, PhD, LICSW is a clinical social worker in full-time private practice in Cambridge, MA. In addition to publishing numerous articles, she has co-edited two books on the relation of feminism to the history of philosophy, German Idealism, philosophy of literature, and philosophy of film. She is a candidate in adult psychoanalysis at BPSI.
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