BPSI Training and Supervising Analyst, Fred Busch, PhD, appeared on a recent episode of the IPA’s On and Off the Couch podcast to discuss wisdom, enthusiasm, affection, and encouragement that the older generation of psychoanalysts conveys to the future generation in Dear Candidate (Routledge, 2020), the first-kind-of-a-book he had edited. Click on the link below to listen to the program on the IPA podcast web page.

Fred Busch, PhD, is the author of many important books: A Fresh Look at Psychoanalytic Technique (forthcoming from Routledge on Aug 24, 2021), The Analyst’s Reveries: Explorations in Bion’s Enigmatic Concept (2019), Creating a Psychoanalytic Mind (2013), Rethinking Clinical Technique (1998), The Ego at the Center of Clinical Technique (1995).

Members and partners can borrow Dear Candidate: Analysts from around the World Offer Personal Reflections on Psychoanalytic Training, Education, and the Profession (2020) and other books by Fred Busch from the BPSI library.

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