Lawrence Brown’s Interview with New Books in Psychoanalysis

Posted in History, Library Corner

Lawrence J. Brown, PhD, a BPSI faculty member and supervising child analyst, was interviewed by Philip Lance, PhD, a clinical psychologist and a candidate at The Psychoanalytic Center of California about Brown’s recent book Transformational Processes in Clinical Psychoanalysis: Dreaming, Emotions and the Present Moment (Routledge, 2019). The interview was recorded for, and published by, the New Books in Psychoanalysis (NBiP) webcast...

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Ellen Pinsky’s Interview with New Books in Psychoanalysis

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Ellen Pinsky, PsyD, a BPSI faculty member, was recently interviewed by Tracy Morgan, psychoanalyst and founding editor of the webcast, New Books in Psychoanalysis, about her recent book Death and Fallibility in the Psychoanalytic Encounter: Mortal Gifts (Routledge, 2017). Follow this link to listen to the interview (the audio player also appears at the bottom of this page). Below is a small excerpt from Tracy Morgan’s introductory...

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Book Review of Anything is Possible by Elizabeth Strout

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Random House Shari Thurer, ScD, Member of BPSI’s Library Committee. Her remarks below originally appeared in the Fall 2017 issue of the Hann Sachs Library Newsletter, which can be read here. Review of Anything is Possible by Elizabeth Strout, Random House, 2017, 272 pp. In Elizabeth’s Strout’s Anything Is Possible, a farmer watches his barns burn down in a fire possibly set by the town’s public masturbator, whom he exonerates....

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The Analyst’s Reveries

Posted in Library Corner, Recent Work

While the use of the analyst’s own reveries in work with patients has increased in recent times, there has been little critical inquiry into its value, and the problems it may lead to. A new book by our member Fred Busch The Analyst’s Reveries: Explorations in Bion’s Enigmatic Concept (Routledge, 2019) finds increasing veneration for the analyst’s use of their reveries, while revealing important differences amongst post-Bionians in...

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Book Review of Asymmetry by Lisa Halliday

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Simon & Schuster Shari Thurer, ScD, Psychotherapist Member of BPSI. Her remarks below originally appeared in the Spring 2018 issue of the Hann Sachs Library Newsletter, which can be read here. Review of Asymmetry by Lisa Halliday, Simon & Schuster, 2018, 288 pp. “Tell all the truth,” wrote Emily Dickenson, “but tell it slant.” Author Lisa Halliday took her advice. In her much-praised novel Asymmetry, Halliday...

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