Research and Writing Opportunities

Call For Papers
2019 AAPCSW Conference

Submission Deadline: 03/10/2018

Download: Paper Guidelines
Dates: March 28-31, 2019
Location: Durham Marriott City Center/Durham Convention Center, Durham, NC

In these multilayered and challenging professional times, how can we sustain excellence in clinical theory and practice? Our challenge is in safeguarding core values -- individual dignity, respect for diversity, social justice advocacy -- as we embrace innovations in psychoanalytic knowledge. Holding this complexity in mind, the conference aims to provide a space to explore the human condition in health and illness. We will view these ideas in relation to clinical experience, based on understanding the intersection of the inner and outer world. We will also continue to build our legacy for the next generation. Join us in our efforts at facing our challenges, and promoting depth and breadth in our insights about contemporary clinical practice.

 

Call For Papers
2018 IAPSP Conference

The 41st Annual IAPSP International Conference:

“Vienna – Kohut – Self Psychology: Searching for Creativity in Times of Crisis”

will be held in Vienna, AUSTRIA from Wednesday, October 17 – Saturday, October 20, 2018.

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The Call for Papers for the 41st Annual International Conference on The Psychology of the Self is now open.

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The 41st Annual IAPSP International Conference: “Vienna-Kohut-Self Psychology: Searching for Creativity in Times of Crises” will be held in Vienna, Austria, Europe from Wednesday, October 17 – Saturday, October 20, 2018.

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Hope and Dread: Therapists and Patients in an Uncertain World

In the spirit of the title of this conference, derived from Stephen Mitchell’s book “Hope and Dread”, Relational Psychoanalysis continues to reinvent itself and acquire new meanings as it contends with the ongoing social and political upheaval around the world. How do our theories and our various clinical styles make room for national and international crises that profoundly alter our surroundings and fellow humans? What is the relationship between the political consequences of a national maelstrom and the analytic dyad that attempts to make sense of and process what is going on around them? How do our respective individual histories interact with large-scale historical events that are unfolding in real time as we traverse the mental landscape in the consulting room?

CALL FOR PAPERS (closed)
IARPP 2018