An Introduction to Psychoanalysis Seminars organized by our association are open to psychiatrists and psychiatric assistants, psychologists, psychological counselors, psychology undergraduate and graduate students, who are interested in studying primary psychoanalysis texts, and integrating the psychoanalytical approach to their own individual or institutional practice.
The principal objective of these seminars is to study the emergence of psychoanalytical concepts directly through the reading of psychoanalytic texts. However, psychoanalytic concepts do not exist on their own, independent of practice. To facilitate the observation of the application of concepts in practice and how they materialize in cases, the seminars will be complemented with case studies.
Introducing a psychoanalytical approach to psychiatric consultations, psychological counseling, and psychoanalytic psychotherapy initiatives is another objective of the program.
Seminars will take place from October 2009 to May 2010 each Monday between 8 p.m. - 10 p.m.
Venue: Psike İstanbul
Süleyman Nazif Sokak, Park Apt. No: 5/12 4th Floor
Valikonağı - Şişli -İstanbul
2009-2010 SEMINAR PROGRAM
HOW WAS PSYCHOANALYSIS BORN?
Between 1895 and 1900, Freud cast aside hypnosis and catharsis and developed the foundation of the theory and technique that would lead to psychoanalysis. The texts in this section will explore the early fundamental concepts and cases in psychoanalysis.
October 5th, Monday
Introduction to Seminars
The Pre-Psychoanalytical Age (hypnosis, catharsis, Breuer)
October 12th, Monday
Seduction-Trauma Theory and Freud’s Disappointment (Emma Case  and the concept of “après-coup”)
October 19th, Monday
Studies on Hysteria (1895)
October 26th, Monday
PRINCIPAL CONCEPTS IN PYSCHOANALYSIS
The texts in which Freud elaborates on his fundamental psychoanalytical discoveries were written between 1900-1906. It is argued that during this time Freud transformed the theory of neuroses to the theory of psyche. The texts in this section will explore principal concepts such as the unconscious, transference, the libido, neurotic symptoms.
November 2nd, Monday
Işın Sayın Tamerk
The Psychopathology of Everyday Life (1901)
November 9th, Monday
November 16th, Monday
The Interpretation of Dreams (1900)
(Dream work, the unconscious and symbolization)
November 23rd, Monday
Jokes and their Relation to the Unconscious (1905)
December 7th, Monday
Aslı Day Korkmaz
Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality (1905)
(Libido, the epistemophilic instinct, deferral as a symptom of neurotic inhibition)
December 14th, Monday
The Case of Dora (1905)
(Neurotic symptoms and transference)
December 21st, Monday
December 28th, Monday
Case Study-How do we work with concepts?
THE CHILD AND CHILHOOD FROM THE PSYCHOANALYTICAL PERSPECTIVE
This section will explore the early masters of child psychoanalysis and their texts, while also introducing psychoanalytic approach to childhood relations and sexuality.
January 4th, Monday
Freud and Little Hans (1909)
January 11th, Monday
January 18th, Monday
January 25th, Monday
Wolf Man (1918)
March 1st, Monday
March 8th, Monday
Donald W. Winnicott
PSYCHOANALYSIS AND PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
In this section the psychoanalytical concepts which were explored in the previous seminars will be discussed and analyzed through Freud’s famous case studies.
March 15th, Monday
Rat Man (1909)
March 22nd, Monday
Mourning and Melancholia (1917)
A Contribution to the Psychogenesis of Manic Depressive States (M. Klein, 1935)
March 29th, Monday
April 5th, Monday
PSYCHOANALYSIS AND SOCIOLOGY
This section will explore the early examples of applied psychoanalysis and the resonance of psychoanalysis in cultural fields.
April 12th, Monday
Nayla de Coster
The Future of an Illusion (1927)
Totem and Taboo (1912-1913)
Moses and Monotheism (1939)
April 26th, Monday
Civilization and Its Discontents (1930)
May 25th, Monday
Seminar dates in the program are subject to change. Please check our website to reconfirm before the seminar.
Participants: Psychologist, psychiatrists, psychological counselors, social workers, psychology and counseling undergraduate and graduate students and psychiatric assistants may participate in the seminars.
Psike İstanbul guest members, students and assistants: 500 TL; Others: 580 TL
- Please deposit the seminar registration fee to the following account:
Account name: Istanbul Psikanaliz Eğitim, Araştırma ve Geliştirme Derneği
Bank: Garanti Bankasi, Erenkoy Branch (Branch Code: 150)
Account no: 6299074 IBAN: TR420006200015000006299074
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