Synonyms for psychoanalytic or Related words with psychoanalytic
Examples of "psychoanalytic"
services to her practice after completing analytic training with the San Francisco
Society in 1955 and the American
Association in 1959.
SOCE often causes psychological pain by reinforcing internalized homophobia.
In Germany Benedek was a member of the Berlin
Society. In the United States she belonged to national and international
organizations and served as president of the Chicago
Society from 1958 to 1959.
Society and Institute is a
research, training, education facility that is affiliated with the American
Association and the International
Association. There were no
societies devoted to Sigmund Freud in Boston prior to his visit to Worcester, Massachusetts in 1909, though after 1909 there were individuals interested in Freud's writings, including James Jackson Putnam, L. Eugene Emerson, Isador Coriat, William Healy, and Augusta Bronner. The present society and institute (abbreviated BPSI) was founded by psychoanalyst Franz Alexander only after 1931. The BPSI is the third oldest
institute in the United States; only the New York
Institute and Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis are older.
She has also written numerous papers in academic journals such as "
Psychology", "International Journal of Psychoanalysis", "The Journal of the American
Review" and "Studies in Gender and Sexuality"
Eitingon was cofounder and president from 1920 to 1933 of the Berlin
Polyclinic. He was also director and patron of the Internationaler Psychoanalytischer Verlag (1921-1930), president of the International
Association (1927-1933), founder and president of the International Training Committee (1925-1943), and founder of the Palestine
Society (1934) and of the
Institute of Israel.
The American Academy of Psychoanalysis was founded in 1956. At that time, the American
Association, which was the dominant
organization in North America, set standards for training
institutes and certified individual psychoanalysts and institutes as well. The seventy-six Charter members who founded the Academy were concerned that focus on certification associated with a rigid Freudian framework inhibited free and open discourse about basic
concepts. They wanted to establish a forum for open discussion and debate but not an organization that would certify psychoanalysts or
institutes. The guiding philosophy of this new organization was expressed by its first President, Janet Rioch:
The New York
Society and Institute — founded in 1911 by Dr. Abraham A. Brill — is the oldest
organization in the United States.
His psychohistory honors include being an “Invited Participant” of the American
Association’s Interdisciplinary Colloquium on “Problems of the
Theory of Aggression” from 1979-1996.
The Internationale Zeitschrift für Psychoanalyse () was a German-language
journal, which was published from 1913 to 1937 and from 1939 to 1941 by the International
Psychodynamic psychiatry is a new discipline that has emerged from a fusion of
psychology, neuroscience and academic psychiatry.
Jacob Arlow (1912–2004) was an American teacher, scholar, and clinician who served as president of the American
Association and the New York
Curtis, R. C. (1999). The organization of experience in
practice: Review of Working Intersubjectively by D. Orange, R. Stolorow, & G. Atwood.
Psychology, 16, 303–308.
His article "Freud and the
Situation on the Screen" stressed the difficulties of representing the
setting in cinematic terms.
Kris dedicated the last years of his life to the
theory, ego psychology, early childhood development and a theory of
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Association (APsaA) was founded.
The organisation currently sees itself as a vibrant professional association of analysts representing a diversity of theories that comprise contemporary
inquiry. The NPAP's diverse membership is active in research, publication, legislation, public education, and cultural affairs, thus ensuring a
contribution to the community at large. The NPAP also publishes the highly respected and internationally recognized journal "The
Review", the oldest continuously published
journal in the United States.
conceptions of language refers to the intersection of
theory with linguistics and psycholinguistics. Language has been an integral component of the
framework since its inception, as evidenced by the fact that Anna O. (pseud. for Bertha Pappenheim), whose treatment via the cathartic method influenced the later development of
therapy, referred to her method of treatment as the "talking cure" (Freud & Breuer, 1895; de Mijolla, 2005).
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