Outreach activities held at the University of Turin (Postgraduate School of Specialization in Clinical Psychology and School of Doctorate in Human Sciences, Department of Psychology) in 2010-2011

Outreach activities held at the University of Turin (Postgraduate School of Specialization in Clinical Psychology and School of Doctorate in Human Sciences, Department of Psychology) in 2010-2011(*)

 

 

2010

29-30/01/2010 Dott. J. B. Frankel

 

“Identification with the aggressor: its different aspects in normal and pathological conditions”

“Critique of relational psychoanalysis”

“Play: Its developmental and therapeutic value”

Supervision on clinical material presented by one of the students of the School of   Specialization in Clinical Psychology

 

  • 16-17/04/2010 Prof. S. Sirigatti

 

“The Q-Sort in clinical research”

            “The MMPI-RF” (Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory Restructured Form)

 

  • 23/04/2010 Dott.ssa D. Vallino

 

“Reflections on clinical work with parents and children: The Participatory Consultation

Supervision on clinical material presented by one of the students of the School of     Specialization in Clinical Psychology

 

  • 03-04/05/2010 Prof. H. Kächele

 

“Single case study: Amalia X”

“Empirical research on psychotherapy outcome”

Supervision on research and clinical material brought by a doctoral student

 

  • 07/05/2010 Prof. R. Speziale-Bagliacca

 

As I was sayingNew psychoanalytic approaches

 

  • 08/06/2010 Prof. P. Rudnytsky

 

            “In praise of Nina Coltart”

Supervision on clinical material presented by one of the students of the School of     Specialization in Clinical Psychology

 

  • 15/04/2010 – 10/09/2010 – 11/09/2010

Prof. A. Granieri, Dott. A. Narracci and Dott. F.V. Borgogno

 

Three presentations on psychoanalytic multifamiliar groups conducted in Casale Monferrato with the citizens affected by mesotelioma cancer and their parents.

 

2011

  • 28-29/01/2011 Dott. L. Martin Cabrè

 

Ferenczi’s influence on the bi-personal field theory and the psychoanalytic setting”               

Supervision on clinical material presented by one of the students of the School of     Specialization in Clinical Psychology

 

 

  • 09/04/2011 Dott. A. Seganti

 

            “Pathogenic adaptive structures and therapeutic action”

Supervision on clinical material presented by one of the students of the School of     Specialization in Clinical Psychology

 

  • 28/05/2011 Dott. G. Downing

 

“The role of the body and the word in psychotherapy: A mandatory connection”

Supervision on clinical material presented by one of the students of the School of     Specialization in Clinical Psychology

 

Planned activities for 2012

 

2012

  • 27-28/01/2012 Prof. B. Rosenbaum

 

“My Psychoanalytic Vocation and Journey”,

“Developmental psychopathology, psychoanalytic concepts and psychosis”

“Severe traumatisation and thinking”

Supervision on clinical material presented by one of the students of the School of     Specialization in Clinical Psychology

 

  • 24-26/02/2012 Dott. G. Downing

 

“Transference and Countertransferance in Adult Psychotherapy”

Supervision on clinical material presented by one of the students of the School of     Specialization in Clinical Psychology

 

  • 25/02/2012 Dott. J. Ulnik

 

“Reflections on skin disease: A Psychoanalytic Psychosomatic approach”

 

  • 18/1/2013 – 19/1/2013 Dott. Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber

Programme to be defined

 

  • 1/2/2013 – 2/2/2013 Dott. Rob Wille

        “My Psychoanalytic Vocation and Journey”

“Existential shame”

“The analyst’s trust in psychoanalysis and the communication of that trust in the initial interviews” 

“Slow Psychoanalysis, Interpretation as a Process”

Supervision on clinical material presented by one of the students of the School of     Specialization in Clinical Psychology

 

(*)These activities are open, besides than to the present and past students of the School of Specialization in Clinical Psychology of the University of Turin, to the professors of Turin University, to IPA members and candidates of the Società Psicoanalitica Italiana, to the psychiatrists, psychotherapists, clinical psychologists involved in Piedmont Region, and to others.