Charles Hanly, Prof. Emeritus University of Toronto, and President, International Psychoanalytical Association (IPA London UK), welcomes keynote speakers Werner Bohleber, Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber, Paul Denis and Antonino Ferro to commemorate the historic occasion of the 100th Anniversary of the founding of the IPA. The theme is "Implicit and Explicit Theories of the Analyst" and will highlight psychoanalysts' contributions to historical reality and to history, for example, during efforts to de-Nazify Germany.
Robin Roger, Associate Editor of the Literary Review of Canada, will be presenting a paper on the memoirs of one of Freud's patients, and Judith Hamilton will be speaking on "Shakespeare's Women".
World-famous Canadian historian Cyril Levitt is also on the program, as well as historian Elisabeth Young-Bruehl, who will present her impressive work on developing a time-line of psychoanalytic theory around the globe.
The congress will feature well-funded European empirical research on the prevention of delinquency and depression in children and adolescents. In addition, our keynote speakers will supply a differential comparison of clinical techniques currently found efficacious in psychotherapy.
Numerous small group papers on topics of interest to historians, psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, physicians, and psychoanalysts along with other events of cultural interest will round out the event.
The conference takes place in Toronto, Canada, June 3-6, 2010 at the Hotel Meridien King Edward. Simultaneous translation in English and French provided.
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