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Presented by Willy APOLLON, Danielle BERGERON and Lucie CANTIN

3/9/2017

Presented in collaboration with the California Circle of the Freudian School of Quebec, with the participation of the American Lacanian Forum

 

Anglo-American object relations theories have emphasized subject-object distinctions and the constitution of the whole object for a successful passage through adolescence. But there are other perspectives regarding the stakes and contours of adolescence.

The thinking of the psychoanalysts Willy Apollon, Danielle Bergeron and Lucie Cantin, from the post-Lacanian Freudian School of Quebec (EFQ), starts from the premise that the Oedipus complex does not (and cannot, for structural reasons) operate past childhood. Thus adolescence as the place where things need to be worked out is emphasized both theoretically and in the work of the clinic. During adolescence, the free drives (which cannot be bound within any culture) re-emerge. While the parents could stand up for the child, the adolescent has to find his or her own solutions for this experience (“death of the father”).

This conference is a rare opportunity for all of us to gain exposure to a unique way of thinking about questions of adolescence in the psychoanalytic clinic. In close collaboration with the GIFRIC (Interdisciplinary Freudian Group for Research and for Clinical and Cultural Interventions), analysts from the EFQ have been working with psychotic young adults for over thirty years. The richness of their clinical experience has led to a revitalization of the Freudian practice through the trajectory laid out by Jacques Lacan. Their concepts of masculinity and femininity serve as a framework for the challenges that confront all adolescents today.

Thursday, March 9, 2017 Apollon, Bergeron and Cantin present a post-Lacanian model to approach the many crises of adolescence. Drawing on 35 years of psychoanalytic work with young psychotic adults, the presenters develop the concepts of masculinity and femininity as a framework for thinking about challenges that today’s adolescents confront when entering adulthood.

Learning Objectives

As a result of attending this session, participants should be able to:

• Explain the role of fantasies for a successful passage through adolescence, and how these are evident in the clinic population

• Apply the concepts of masculinity and femininity, beyond issues of identity formation, in their clinical work with adults

Friday, March 10 and Saturday, March 11, 2017 Associates of the EFQ present clinical vignettes as a basis for the analysts to work through the conference theme. Each day includes an additional 1½ hours of teachings in the afternoon.

Learning Objectives As a result of attending this session, participants should be able to:

• Utilize the understanding, gained through the observation of and participation in the supervision of clinical cases presented in the seminar, of the masculine (in both men and women) as that part which takes responsibility for the “beyond language” in their clinical work with patients

• Utilize the understanding, gained through the observation of and participation in the supervision of clinical cases presented in the seminar, of the feminine (in both men and women) as that part which cannot be addressed to another in their clinical work with patients

• Describe how to work with the “phallic ideals” that attempt to regulate the excess of free drives (not bound by culture) and reaffirm the coupling of the Symbolic and the Real in the clinic • Describe how to work with the supplementary strategies that deal with the fractures that emerge in the colonization of the Real by the Symbolic in the clinic

Willy Apollon, Danielle Bergeron and Lucie Cantin, psychoanalysts of the EFQ and the GIFRIC (Interdisciplinary Freudian Group for Research and for Clinical and Cultural Interventions), are co-authors of Traiter la psychose (1990), of La Cure analytique du psychotique: enjeux et strategies (2008), and of Un avenir pour le psychotique – Le dispositif du traitement psychanalytique (2013), published by GIFRIC, and of After Lacan: Clinical Practice and the Subject of the Unconscious (2002), at Suny University Press. They have also widely published on a variety of topics, including psychosis, the formation of analysts, the psychoanalytic clinic, perversion, aesthetics, family, and the analysis of cultural, social and political practices (W. Apollon); on psychoanalytic treatment of psychosis and neuroses, ethical questions and their impacts on humanity, the analyst facing aesthetics, and the Thing, femininity, science and psychoanalysis (D. Bergeron); on psychoanalytic treatment of psychosis, the clinic of neurosis, on mysticism, femininity, masculinity and perversion (L. Cantin).

Program coordinators: Bettina Soestwohner, Ph.D., Michael Nee, LMFT, and Apurva Shah, M.D.

Three-Day All Conference Participation Pre-registration: $275 Student rate: $90

Maximum CE credits for all Conference participation: 14 CE Credits

Includes Continental Breakfast: 9:00-9:30 AM on Friday and Saturday and a closing reception on Saturday

Thursday, March 9, 2017, 8 PM-10 PM • 2 CE Credits $20 with CE Credits • Free attendance without CE Credits

Friday, March 10 and Saturday, March 11, 2017, 9:30 AM-5:00 PM with lunch break

6 CE/CME Credits each day Registration $145 per day • student rate $50 per day paid at the door

 

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT

 

IMPORTANT DISCLOSURE INFORMATION FOR ALL LEARNERS: None of the planners and presenters of these CME/CE programs have any relevant financial relationships to disclose.

 

PHYSICIANS: CME

These activities have been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint sponsorship of the American Psychoanalytic Association and the New Center for Psychoanalysis. The American Psychoanalytic Association is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The American Psychoanalytic Association designates these Live Activities for the maximum of 14 hours of AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

 

PSYCHOLOGISTS: CE

The New Center for Psychoanalysis is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. New Center for Psychoanalysis maintains responsibility for its programs and content. Full attendance is required for psychologists to receive credit; partial credit may not be awarded based on APA guidelines. For the psychologists’ records, certificates of attendance are provided at the completion of the course.

 

SOCIAL WORKERS AND MARRIAGE AND FAMILY THERAPISTS: CE

The New Center for Psychoanalysis is an approved provider for continuing education credits for LCSWs and MFCCs/MFTs (provider # PCE 674). These courses meet the qualifications for 14 continuing education credit for MFTs and/or LCSWs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. Please see the individual program for the number of CE credits awarded for each course. Only the actual number of hours spent in the educational activity may be claimed for credit.

 

NURSES: CE

The New Center for Psychoanalysis is an accredited provider approved by the

California Board of Registered Nursing (Provider #CEP1112). Registered Nurses may

claim only the actual number of hours spent in the educational activity for credit.

 

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