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Jeanne Wolf Bernstein
Harold P. Blum
Eva D. Papiasvili
Rosine J. Perelberg
(Čeština) René Fischer
PhDr. Iva Andrejsová was born in Prague, she studied psychology and social sciences at FFUK (Faculty of Arts, Charles University) and defended her PhDr. specialization of psychology at FFUK. She immigrated to France in 1985, and since 1989 she has dual citizenship: Czech and French. She lives and works mostly in Paris, she is often in Prague. In 1989, she completed her studies in clinical and pathological psychology with a diploma at the University of Paris V. In the 1990s she underwent a personal and didactic analysis of Lacanian orientation. She has completed three years of the theoretical and clinical training in family and group analysis (Collège de psychanalyse groupale et familiale) and five years of supervision of practicing individual analyses. She is a member of the Espace analytique in Paris, one of the leading Lacanian societies in France, which appointed her analyste praticienne (a psychoanalyst). She is also a member of the Psychanalyse actuelle association and the Regard Qui Bat Association (Cinematography and Psychoanalysis). She actively participates in seminars and conferences and has publication activities. She has clinical experience in health and social institutions in Prague and Paris, since 1998 she has private psychoanalytic practice in the Paris area and Paris. She is interested in anthropology, ethnology, music, poetry, translations and sports.
Psychologist, psychoanalyst and member of the Czech psychoanalytic society, individual and group psychoanalytic psychotherapist. Psychoanalytical training (2003-2015), group psychoanalytical training (1998-2003). External lecturer University of Komenskeho, Bratislava (2005- ), External lecturer University UPJS Kosice (2017-), working in his private practice as psychoanalyst.
Training and Supervising Analyst, Institute for Psychoanalytic Education affiliated with New York University, School of Medicine. Distinguished Fellow, American Psychiatric Association. Executive Director Emeritus, Sigmund Freud Archives. President, Psychoanalytic Research and Development Fund. Past Editor-in-Chief, Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. Past Vice President, International Psychoanalytical Association. Author of more than one hundred seventy psychoanalytic papers and several books. Recipient of numerous awards and lectureships including the inaugural Sigourney Award, Mahler, Hartmann, and Lorand Prizes; S. Freud lectures in New York, London, Vienna, and Frankfurt; A. Freud, Hartmann, Brill, Friend, and Sperling Lectures, two plenary addresses to the American Psychoanalytic Association; Robert Waelder Memorial Lecture, Philadelphia. Chair of Five Symposia on Psychoanalysis and Art, Florence, Italy
Training Analyst of the British Psychoanalytic Society and also a Past President. He is a consultant psychiatrist at the Tavistock where he directs a specialist unit (the Fitzjohns Unit) for serious/enduring complex disorders. In 2012-13 he was Visiting Professorial Fellow at Birkbeck College London. His writing and lecturing interests include the development of psychoanalytic concepts, psychosis and borderline states. Throughout his professional career he has been deeply involved in the relation between psychoanalysis and other disciplines: literature, philosophy, culture and socio-political issues and has published extensively in these areas. Publications include Paranoia, Psychoanalysis and Culture, Reason and Passion, Living on the Border. He is one of the UKs leading psychiatric experts in asylum and human rights. His discussion of Othello with Simon Russell Beale and Terry Hands is now available as a DVD, 'Iago on the Couch’.
(Čeština) Lékařská fakulta University Karlovy v Praze do 1962. Nemocnice Vejprty do r. 1966, Kabinet architektury a životního prostředí Akademie věd ČR v oblasti enviromentální epidemiologie, Výzkumný ústav psychiatrický Praha (psychiatrická epidemiologie). Druhá atestace z psychiatrie 1973. Psychoanalytický výcvik u MUDr Bohodara Dosužkova 1973 - 1979, supervize prim. MUDr Otokar Kučera, Dr. Vera Ligeti). Mimořádný, později řádný přímý člen IPA. V r.1991 půlroční stáž na Sigmund Freud Institut Frankfurt a.M. Výcvikový a supervisní analytik České psychoanalytické společnosti. V létech 2007-14 vedoucí trénikového výboru. Zvl. zájmy: regresivní módy myšlení.
Psychoanalyst (Czech Psychoanalytical Society), Chartered Psychologist and Associate Fellow (British Psychological Society), senior lecturer in psychoanalysis (Anglo-American University), psychology lecturer (University of New York in Prague), environment and sustainability editor for the journal Psychoanalysis, Culture, Society. Author of the book 'Psychoanalysis and Ecology at the Edge of Chaos' (Dodds 2011, Routledge). Current research focuses on the emerging field of neuropsychoanalysis, and the affective, unconscious, aesthetic, and psycho-social dynamics of climate change.
(Čeština) Narozena v Praze, absolventka lékařské fakulty UK, do r. 1969 asistentka Psychiatrické kliniky UK v Praze . Od r. 1969 žije v Německu , od r. 1978 členem Německé Psychoanalytické Společnosti ( DPV ) , čestná členka České psychoanalytické společnosti. Dlouholetá členka Anna Freud Institut , Frankfurt/M., spoluzakladatelka Psychoanalytického Institutu DPV v Mainz ( Mohuč ).
(Čeština) Narozen v Praze , absolvent lékařské fakulty UK v Praze , do r. 1969 vědecky pracovník Psychiatrické kliniky UK v Praze , od r. 1969 žije v Německu , od r. 1970 – 1995 vědecky pracovník Sigmund Freud Institut , Frankfurt/M. Člen Německé psychoanalytické společnosti ( DPV ) od r. 1973 , čestný clen České psychoanalytické společnosti. Mnoholetý aktivní pracovník Evropské PSA Federace , spoluzakladatel Psychoanalytického Institutu DPV Maine ( Mohuč ).
Faculty and supervising analyst at the New York University Postdoctoral Program in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, and at the Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California. She is the author of Gender as Soft Assembly (2005) and with Steven Botticell the coeditor of First Do Not Harm: the Paradoxical Encounters of Psychoanalysis, Warmaking and Resistance (Routledge, 2010). She and Lewis Aron edit the Routledge Relational Book Series, including most recently Innovation and Expansion (2005) abd Evolution of Process (2011). In 2015 she published The Legacy of Sandor Ferenczi: From Ghost to Ancestor, coedited with Steven Kuchuck. With Lew Aron and Jeremy Safron, she opened the Sandor Ferenczi Center at the New School University, a center devoted to the work and reputation of Sandor Ferenczi and of the revival of psychoanalytic work in Central Europe.
Psychiatrist, candidate of the Czech psychoanalytic society, group and couple psychoanalytic psychotherapist. Trained in psychoanalytic group (1992-1998), couple (2008-2010) and individual psychotherapy (1997-2004), he has been a candidate of psychoanalytic training (IPA) since 2006. External reader in the Faculty of Social Studies, Masaryk University, Brno and Institute for Medical Humanities, 1st Medical Faculty Charles University, Prague. Former editor in Chief and co-founder of the Review of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy journal (Revue psychoanalytická psychoterapie, in Czech). Working in his private practice and Psychosomatic Clinic in Prague and as Consultant Psychiatrist in the United Kingdom.
Co-Chair for North America, Inter-Regional Co-Chair, and a Chief Methodologist of the IPA Inter-Regional Encyclopedic Dictionary of Psychoanalysis;Senior Clinical Faculty in the Doctoral program, Clinical Psychology Dept., Columbia University in New York; Training and Supervising Analyst of several psychoanalytic institutes in New York (ORI, IPPS)Founder and Chair of the Psychoanalysis, Art and Creativity,www.psychartcreativity.org, an Affiliate of the International Association for the Arts and Psychology; Editorial Board member of the International Journal for Group Psychotherapy; a Guest Editor and Reader for the International Forum for Psychoanalysis and for the Psychoanalytic Inquiry. Dr. Papiasvili’s many international publications and edited volumes cover a wide range of issues, e.g. psychosomatic medicine, psychohistory, analytic process groups; sibling transference; attachment and postpartum depression; trauma; interpretation; conflict; dynamic dimensions of creativity, and others. In August 2013, together with Harold Blum, she co-chaired the historic Post-IPA International Symposium “Psychological Birth and Infant Development” in Sigmund Freud’s birthplace, proceeds of which are published in the monograph volume “Freud in Pribor” in the International Forum for Psychoanalysis, 2015, 24, I, which she co-edited. (She was also the contributing Issue editor of the Psychoanalytic Inquiry’s January 2016 volume on “Interpretation” with the participation of Stefano Bolognini, Otto Kernberg, Werner Bohleber, André Haynal, Harold Blum, Joseph Lichtenberg, and others; and an invited contributing author and the Guest editor of the 2017 special issue of the International Forum of Psychoanalysis of the papers presented at the November 2015 “Paris International Symposium on Infant Parent Disturbance”.) Member of the American Psychoanalytic Association; American Psychological Association and its Divisions for Psychoanalysis; International Psychoanalytical Association; and International Group Psychotherapy Association; Honorary Member of the Czech Psychoanalytic Society, and an Honorary Member of the American College of Psychoanalysts. Originally from the Czech Republic, she lives and works in New York. Her full time private practice in New York City and Westchester is in psychoanalysis, psychotherapy, and supervision.
Fellow of the British Psychoanalytic Society, Visiting Professor in the Psychoanalysis Unit at University College London and Corresponding Member of the Paris Psychoanalytical Society. Her books include Psychoanalytic Understanding of Violence and Suicide (1997), Female Experience: Four Generations of British Women Psychoanalysts on Work with Women (1998, 2008) (with Joan Raphael-Leff), Freud: A Modern Reader (2006), Time and Memory (2007), Dreaming and Thinking (2000) and The Greening of Psychoanalysis (2017, with Gregorio Kohon). She is the author of Time, Space and Phantasy (2008) and Murdered Father, Dead Father: Revisiting the Oedipus Complex (2015). Psychic Bisexuality: A British- French Dialogue will be published in the New Library of Psychoanalysis later in 2017. In 2007, she was named one of the ten women of the year by the Brazilian National Council of Women.
Theoretical Psychoanalysis, psychoanalysis researcher and clinical psychologist in Budapest. In her works she often goes back to the traditions of the Budapest and French psychoanalytical schools. Her professional fields: psychological changes caused by globalization and the infocommunication era, various psychoanalytic explanations of transgenerational trauma theories, and today’s psychoanalytical approaches to different sexual orientations. She is the founder and leader of the LGBTQ Section of the Hungarian Psychological Association, and the Hungarian representative of APA International Network on LGBTI Issues in Psychology. She has a private practice in Budapest.
Psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, training and supervising analyst (Vienna Psychoanalytic Institute and Austrian Association for Group Psychotherapy), assistant professor emeritus (Department of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, Medical University of Vienna), staff member of the former Psychoanalytic Institute of Eastern Europe (PIEE) and of the European Psychoanalytic Institute (EPI), member of the Infant Observation Group Vienna. Working in private practice.
(Čeština) Vedoucí Ústavu lékařské etiky a humanitních základů medicíny 2. LF UK, kde věnuje se filosofii, v aplikaci i lékařské etice. K hlavnímu svému oboru, filosofii, se vrátila až po listopadu 1989. Do té doby pracovala po rozšíření studia na jednooborovou psychologii jako dětská klinická psycholožka. Její specializací je filosofie, klinická psychologie (především psychosomatika) a dětská klinická psychologie, psychoterapie (zvláště u dětí a psychosomatických klientů Pracuje také ve své soukromé klinicko-psychologické praxi, působí jako soudní znalec. Filosofie je jí oporou v ordinaci a díky psychologii má blíže ke klinice a medikům. Co ji těší je možno najít v malé knížce, která vychází její pozdní disertace :“ Hra, sen, báseň“, a k tomu : 2 děti a aktuálně 4 vnoučata.
(Čeština) Vědecký pracovník Historického ústavu AV ČR, v.v.i.; věnuje se především politickým, sociálním a církevním dějinám českých zemí ve 20. století v evropském kontextu; je autorem nebo spoluautorem 8 monografií a více než 90 odborných studií, které vedle České republiky vyšly v České republice, Rakousku, Německu a Itálii; současně pravidelně spolupracuje s Českým rozhlasem a Českou televizí.
Training and supervising analyst of the Czech Psychoanalytic Society, former President twice elected, former director of the Psychoanalytic Institute of the Czech Psychoanalytical Society, former member of the international board of the journal Psychoanalytic Inquiry (1993 – 2010). Secretary of the IPA President D. Widlocher for Europe - in years 2000-2002. Erikson Scholar of the Erikson Institute of the Austen Riggs Centre in Stockbridge, MA. in 1999. Since 1995 training activities for the Han Groen Prakken Institute for Eastern Europe. Since 2013 member of the Sponsoring Committee of the IPA for the Moscow Group of Psychoanalysis.
Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Virginia, an Emeritus Training and Supervising Analyst at the Washington Psychoanalytic Institute. He is a former President of the Turkish-American Neuropsychiatric Society, the International Society of Political Psychology, the Virginia Psychoanalytic Society, and the American College of Psychoanalysts and the Emeritus President of the International Dialogue Initiative. He was a member of the International Negotiation Network under the directorship of the former President Jimmy Carter (1989-2000); a member of the Working Group on Terror and Terrorism, International Psychoanalytic Association; a Temporary Consultant to the World Health Organization (WHO) in Albania and Macedonia, an Inaugural Yitzak Rabin Fellow, Rabin Center for Israeli Studies, Tel Aviv, Israel and a Fulbright/Sigmund Freud-Privatstiftung Visiting Scholar of Psychoanalysis in Vienna, Austria. He is a recipient of Nevitt Sanford, Elise Hayman, Bryce Boyer, Hans Strupp, and Sigmund Freud (given by the city of Vienna) and Mary Sigourney (2015) awards and Margaret Mahler Literature Prize. He gave the keynote address in Cape Town, South Africa in 2006, celebrating Archbishop Desmond Tutu’s life and the 10th anniversary of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s activities. He was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for five times; letters of support were sent from 27 countries. Dr. Volkan holds Honorary Doctorate degrees from Kuopio University (now called the University of Eastern Finland), Finland, from Ankara University, Turkey, and the Eastern European Psychoanalytic Institute, Russia. Dr. Volkan is the author, coauthor, editor or coeditor of over fifty psychoanalytic and psychopolitical books some of which has been translated into Finnish, German, Greek, Japanese, Russian, Serbian, Spanish and Turkish. He has written hundreds of published papers and book chapters. He has served on the editorial boards of sixteen national or international professional journals.
Trained in the early 80s as a Music Therapist at the Academy for Music and Performing Arts in Vienna. He first worked as a Music Therapist with autistic children and with psychosomatic patients in Berlin (West), where he completed a group analytic training and a Psychoanalytic Infant Observation. In 1991 he moved to London where he first trained as a Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist at the Tavistock Clinic and then as a Psychoanalyst at the Institute of Psychoanalysis. From 1991 to 2006 he worked as Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services in the British Nation Health System (NHS). He also lectured part time at the Tavistock Clinic London. Since his move back to Germany in 2006, he has worked as a Psychoanalyst with adults, first in Stuttgart in a psychosomatic-psychotherapeutic day hospital and since 2013 in private practice in Tübingen. He lectures at the 'Psychoanalytische Arbeitsgemeinschaft Stuttgart-Tübingen' (component Institute of the DPV) and is a supervisor at the 'Psychoanalytisches Institut Stuttgart e.V.' He also supervises and is consultant to the 'Verein für Psychoanalytische Sozialarbeit', an organisation which runs a children's home and offers clinical services to psychotic children and adolescents along psychoanalytic lines. Reiner Winkler, M.A., M.Psych.Psych. is a member of the British Psychoanalytical Society (BPAS), the German Psychoanalytic Association (DPV) and the International Psychoanalytic Association (IPA).
(Čeština) Narozen v Praze , absolvent lékařské fakulty UK v Praze , do r. 1969 vědecky pracovník Psychiatrické kliniky UK v Praze , od r. 1969 žije v Německu , od r. 1970 – 1995 vědecky pracovník Sigmund Freud Institut , Frankfurt/M. Člen Německé psychoanalytické společnosti ( DPV ) od r. 1973 , čestný clen České psychoanalytické společnosti. Mnoholetý aktivní pracovník Evropské PSA Federace , spoluzakladatel Psychoanalytického Institutu DPV Maine (Mohuč).